coord 01 03 18.04 -60 05 50.1 (ICRS, J2000, 2000.0), radius: 10 arcmin

Gaia DR2: For now, Gaia DR2 data are not in SIMBAD, it is available in Vizier. The CDS will perform a cross-identification of Gaia DR2 with the astronomical objects in the SIMBAD bibliographic database. This will be done with very strict criteria in order to avoid erroneous cross-identifications. Especially, only the 6.5 milllions objects with subarseconds coordinates will be searched in Gaia DR2. Expected to be ready on June 30, 2018.



C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.6 - 2018.05.23CEST22:35:48

Number of rows : 15

N Identifier dist(asec) Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1998 - 2018
#notes
1 HD 6334 0.95 *i* 01 03 17.930 -60 05 50.58   7.29 6.82     F6/8III/IV 3 1
2 TYC 8842-1777-1 1.33 PM* 01 03 17.903 -60 05 50.95   8.00 7.52     ~ 1 0
3 CCDM J01033-6005AB 1.34 ** 01 03 17.90163 -60 05 50.9540   7.29 6.81     F5 3 0
4 CPD-60 72B 3.83 *i* 01 03 18.340 -60 05 53.21   7.3 6.8     ~ 0 1
5 TYC 8842-1777-2 5.01 PM* 01 03 18.430 -60 05 54.17   8.08 7.62     ~ 0 0
6 UCAC3 60-2229 188.50 * 01 02 53.714 -60 06 39.66   13.228 12.138 11.96 11.15 ~ 1 0
7 2MASS J01025678-6008321 226.90 HB* 01 02 56.78 -60 08 32.1   15.7 15.6 15.900   ~ 2 0
8 LEDA 366470 263.49 G 01 02 48.3 -60 03 29           ~ 1 0
9 TYC 8842-1037-1 349.47 * 01 02 36.2861 -60 03 13.545   12.374 11.369     ~ 1 0
10 UCAC3 60-2268 362.39 PM* 01 03 51.012 -60 01 24.77   14.57 13.37 13.17 11.95 ~ 0 0
11 LEDA 366780 462.09 G 01 02 30.0 -60 01 00           ~ 1 0
12 [TGC2005] 85 481.74 HB* 01 04 18.9 -60 03 13   18.2 18.0     ~ 2 0
13 TYC 8842-345-1 505.30 * 01 03 56.0124 -60 12 48.412   12.88 12.20     ~ 0 0
14 LEDA 364946 537.34 G 01 03 09.9 -60 14 44           ~ 1 0
15 TYC 8842-460-1 570.81 * 01 02 18.4940 -60 11 48.075   12.492 11.504     ~ 1 0

    Equat.    Gal    SGal    Ecl

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