2003A&A...402..541C


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2003A&A...402..541C - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 402, 541-547 (2003/5-1)

Photometric parallaxes of Southern high proper motion stars. I.

COSTA E. and MENDEZ R.A.

Abstract (from CDS):

Photometric distances derived from VRI photometry are given for 44 high proper motion stars from the Cerro El Roble proper motion surveys of Wroblewski & Torres (1991A&AS...91..129W, 1997A&AS..122..447W) and Wroblewski & Costa (2001A&A...367..725W). The observations were carried out with the main purpose of estimating the distance of selected members of the above survey that are likely to be nearby. We have discovered 13 stars closer than 25 pc, the classical limit of the Catalogs of Nearby Stars (see e.g. Gliese & Jahreiss, 1991, Cat. V/70) and the NASA/NSF NStars Project. Those stars of the sample whose photometric distances are less than ∼25pc, or have proper motions in excess of 0.50arcsec/year, are either currently being targeted by the Cerro Tololo Parallax Investigation (CTIOPI) or will be targets of a forthcoming expansion of this survey.

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Journal keyword(s): astrometry - stars: kinematics - techniques: photometric

CDS comments: Table 1 : WT 233b = WT 233, WT 1760b = WT 1760.

Simbad objects: 43

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Number of rows : 43

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2021
#notes
1 L 442-72 PM* 02 42 56.2512954318 -38 56 12.186901348   14.8 13.2 12.734   M3.5 17 0
2 LP 993-119 PM* 02 45 59.4340434064 -40 24 54.643309133   15.498 14.006 12.64   M2.5 10 0
3 LP 771-55 PM* 02 57 52.5996858778 -15 13 16.297999420     16.181     ~ 5 0
4 LP 772-18 PM* 03 12 50.4701906841 -15 10 12.540835357     13.916 14.65   ~ 6 0
5 WT 1356 PM* 03 13 19.7015177536 -16 38 45.753895148     16.080     M4.5V 4 0
6 WT 110 PM* 03 20 12.0170309130 -65 41 09.163496662   17       ~ 3 0
7 CD-33 1180 PM* 03 20 43.5674224128 -33 27 53.589987700   12.15 11.60     ~ 17 0
8 2MASS J03312515-6439111 PM* 03 31 25.1591834761 -64 39 10.987887093   16       ~ 3 0
9 LP 888-32 PM* 03 35 28.9573293725 -32 18 02.734148650     12.776 12.305   ~ 10 0
10 LP 888-33 PM* 03 35 30.3713823535 -32 18 25.717523253   15.5       ~ 9 0
11 L 177-19 PM* 04 01 13.8074715534 -55 57 27.912401915     13.012     ~ 8 0
12 WT 133 PM* 04 02 13.9133496086 -43 25 26.543709503   16.5 16.030 14.665 12.962 M4.5V 8 0
13 WT 135 LM* 04 11 27.1785130632 -44 18 09.247118061   15       M3.0VI 11 0
14 2MASS J04242013-5539367 PM* 04 24 20.1298114407 -55 39 36.747165758   17       ~ 6 0
15 LP 892-16 PM* 05 11 51.0156851406 -29 39 07.244313885     14.544     ~ 7 0
16 LP 717-20 PM* 05 16 40.0248543760 -13 50 06.328583287       15.91   ~ 5 0
17 WT 178 PM* 05 37 39.7696147699 -61 54 43.678084053   15.5 14.919 13.70   M4.5 11 0
18 2MASS J05415232-3617537 PM* 05 41 52.3474769309 -36 17 54.086631247   14.0       M0 4 0
19 2MASS J05571361-3648174 PM* 05 57 13.6294524892 -36 48 17.751367426   16.0       ~ 3 0
20 LP 779-35 PM* 06 15 16.2796506256 -20 47 13.081987851     13.622     ~ 5 0
21 LP 895-21 PM* 06 36 48.8384268721 -27 27 48.150842993     14.903     ~ 7 0
22 L 597-18 PM* 06 43 40.6603115686 -26 24 40.970091852   14.487 12.866 12.581   M3 15 0
23 LP 839-33 PM* 06 48 10.2596493056 -26 09 53.275239657     16.882     ~ 6 0
24 WT 1542 PM* 07 07 10.861632 -26 55 29.60328       13.69   ~ 2 0
25 LTT 2856 PM* 07 26 29.0491038671 -70 49 40.580661086     12.574 12.178   ~ 7 0
26 WT 233 EB* 07 56 13.4118959135 -67 05 20.572944030   15.0 16.225 15.324 14.422 M0V 8 0
27 G 161-23 PM* 09 24 14.1885273232 -09 48 22.038945908   12.38 11.240 10.859 9.56 M0V 12 0
28 LAWD 30 WD* 09 29 07.9843415144 -71 33 58.992364872   15.615 15.44 14.97 14.83 DA5.9 28 0
29 LP 788-20 PM* 09 41 21.2172516156 -20 34 40.977659943     12.600 12.167   M2.5 12 0
30 LP 788-49 PM* 09 51 23.3274135291 -17 44 24.482631653   13.29 11.840 10.83 9.55 M2 13 0
31 LTT 3632 PM* 09 52 19.6724674238 -71 32 56.916695545     12.952 12.582   ~ 6 0
32 WT 2461 PM* 09 54 34.5918405119 -33 49 09.222114090   16.5       ~ 5 0
33 WT 2462 PM* 09 56 18.380400 -34 53 57.58008       14.81   ~ 4 0
34 WT 2463 PM* 09 57 27.4464802896 -33 05 34.780880397   16.5       ~ 4 0
35 LTT 3725 PM* 10 11 09.4791162111 -32 02 33.125879218     15.650     ~ 2 0
36 WT 1759 WD* 10 12 01.8719072393 -18 43 33.273367265     15.446 15.55 14.92 DZ7 26 1
37 WT 1760 EB* 10 12 06.1393037958 -28 51 37.666840287     16.164     M4V 4 0
38 L 464-6 PM* 10 12 59.6102150194 -35 43 58.936207755   14.6 12.95     M3.5 18 0
39 CE 148 PM* 10 19 51.2607094668 -41 48 46.174395638   14.07 11.637 11.204 9.60 M2 15 0
40 CE 149 PM* 10 19 53.710176 -41 48 59.80212   14.78 13.16 12.82 10.47 M3.5 12 0
41 L 752-53 PM* 10 21 08.0978843196 -17 43 37.896137464   12.87 11.261 10.873 9.36 M0.5Vk: 16 0
42 WT 2475 PM* 10 24 19.1077456802 -34 41 11.996624187   16.0       ~ 4 0
43 CD-33 7042 PM* 10 31 59.4237088851 -34 16 36.333866715   12.70 11.06     K6.5V 13 0

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