coord 13 36 46.08 -20 31 40.1 (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 - 2018.05.28CEST11:47:16

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 2MASX J13365304-2031045 104.13 AGN 13 36 53.046 -20 31 04.51   16.73   15.65   ~ 3 0
2 ESO 577-13 181.63 G 13 36 58.279 -20 32 40.31   15.71   14.56   ~ 2 0
3 LEDA 840196 187.21 G 13 36 58.5 -20 32 48           ~ 1 0
4 LEDA 840870 248.08 G 13 36 29.8 -20 30 04           ~ 1 0
5 2MASS J13365807-2027265 304.54 blu 13 36 58.08 -20 27 26.5   17.2   17.5   ~ 1 0
6 NVSS J133712-203337 388.27 Rad 13 37 12.42 -20 33 37.9           ~ 1 0
7 2MASS J13371052-2034431 389.17 * 13 37 10.53 -20 34 43.2   13.64   12.73   ~ 1 0
8 BD-19 3706 400.08 * 13 36 40.4193 -20 25 08.003   11.36 10.21     ~ 0 0
9 LEDA 841941 406.23 G 13 36 33.7 -20 25 33           ~ 1 0
10 LEDA 839249 440.21 G 13 37 08.2 -20 36 52           ~ 1 0
11 TYC 6130-735-1 466.78 * 13 36 13.830 -20 33 32.75   12.63 11.97     ~ 0 0
12 LEDA 840634 480.91 G 13 37 20.2 -20 31 01           ~ 1 0
13 6dFGS gJ133720.0-203326 487.96 G 13 37 19.99 -20 33 26.1   17.39   16.08   ~ 1 0
14 2MASS J13365300-2041268 594.71 * 13 36 53.01 -20 41 26.8   13.508 12.420 11.75   ~ 2 0
15 TYC 6134-477-1 597.04 * 13 37 13.8387 -20 39 12.342   12.70 12.19     ~ 0 0

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