LMC V0008 SiO maser.
LMC V0012 MinII 13.4.
LMC V0013 MinII 15.0.
LMC V0028 The star RA=04 46.2 DE=-68 40.7 (1875.0).
LMC V0029 [A/H]=-0.09. Innes 7 = 7.1937 = BV1525.
LMC V0033 [A/H]=-0.09.
LMC V0043 The star RA=04 49.0 DE=-69 34.4 (1875.0).
LMC V0057 The star RA=04 49.8 DE=-69 20.0 (1875.0).
LMC V0059 The star RA=04 50.0 DE=-69 23.0 (1875.0).
LMC V0067 Alternative P value is 791d.
LMC V0073 The star RA=04 50.5 DE=-69 36.4 (1875.0).
LMC V0079 In the region of the nebula LHa 120-N3.
LMC V0083 MinII 16.1.
LMC V0097 [A/H]=0.15.
LMC V0129 The star RA=04 52.5 DE=-68 25 (1875.0).
LMC V0146 According to [170], CEP(B):, P0 - see Table (semiamplitude 0.35B),
P1/P0=0.69 (semiamplitude corresponding to P1 is 0.14B).
LMC V0160 The star RA=04 52.9 DE=-66 30.7 (1875.0).
LMC V0202 MinII 16.2. The elements satisfy the published moments of
Min after JD 2427000.
LMC V0204 IR excess.
LMC V0210 IR excess.
LMC V0213 [Fe/H]=-0.20.
LMC V0215 P var. Min=2426572.63+65.69xE (JD 2413800 - 28000); since
JD 2428000 - see Table. Alternative P=20.94d: [035].
LMC V0230 In the region of the cluster NGC 1751 (V2).
LMC V0242 P var. Max=2426444+34.348010xE (1910 - 1950); (1966 - 1978) -
see Table. The observations in [076] (JD 2441574 - 927)
contradict the tabulated elements.
LMC V0244 Blazhko effect?
LMC V0251 In the cluster NGC 1747.
LMC V0253 In the region of the cluster NGC 1747, in the nebula LHa 120-N9.
SB2, O6-7n-nn+WN5-6A, Porb=1.99010d. The comparison star
used in [485] is Sk-67 17 = V0251.
LMC V0255 IRAS 04553-6825.
LMC V0256 B-V: +0.44, +1.01.
LMC V0270 P var? [Fe/H]=+0.19.
LMC V0273 Delta S=5.6.
LMC V0286 Superposition of variations with P ~3.3h.
LMC V0304 According to [170], CEP(B):, P0=2.629441d (semiamplitude 0.62B),
P1/P0=0.71 (semiamplitude corresponding to P1 is 0.30B).
LMC V0321 Multiple; the nucleus of the association LH9 in the nebula
LHa 120-N11 (A 12.61m, O9.5II; B 13.14m, WC5-6, 1".4,
192 deg; 11 components more).
LMC V0336 Delta S=9.6.
LMC V0348 P slightly exceeding 1d? P=1d/N? P=0.25d?
LMC V0356 [A/H]=0.31.
LMC V0360 Delta S=5.9.
LMC V0362 MinII 14.00.
LMC V0364 The star RA=04 57.5 DE=-68 44 (1875.0).
LMC V0365 [A/H]=0.15.
LMC V0370 Blazhko effect?
LMC V0379 B-V: +0.46, +0.75.
LMC V0398 No period was found in [035].
LMC V0418 [A/H]=-0.11. P var. Max=2423737.848+23.2959xE (1910 - 1950)
[008]; since 1966 - see Table.
LMC V0421 Blazhko effect?
LMC V0427 Delta S=9.7.
LMC V0431 -0.04 <= B-V <= +0.10.
LMC V0439 MinII 15.7.
LMC V0440 Possibly identical with V0450.
LMC V0441 [A/H]=-0.01.
LMC V0444 The star RA=04 59.0 DE=-69 09.9 (1875.0).
LMC V0450 P < 1d?
LMC V0452 According to [170], CEP(B):, P0 - see Table (semiamplitude
0.43B), P1/P0=0.71 (semiamplitude corresponding to P1 is 0.13B).
LMC V0461 P=309d is possible.
LMC V0462 Blazhko effect?
LMC V0464 BLBOO type? A star of the Galaxy? By ~1m brighter than RR
stars in NGC 1786. M-m > 0.35P.
LMC V0467 According to [088], Max=2445640.809+0.36258xE (1983 - 1984).
LMC V0471 P=150d is possible.
LMC V0472 [A/H]=0.03.
LMC V0474 [A/H]=0.10. P var. Before JD 2423000 P=17.2476d; Max=2423486.545+
17.2566xE (JD 2423000 - 39000) [008]; since JD 2439000 - see
Table.
LMC V0485 VB A (B 2"N).
LMC V0494 Blazhko effect?
LMC V0495 In the cluster NGC 1783. Alternative P=1.918d.
LMC V0504 VB A (B 3"NE).
LMC V0509 VB B (A 2"E). B-V=-0.15.
LMC V0511 Delta S=7.2.
LMC V0514 Alternative P=241d. According to [035], Max=2439300:+(350:)xE.
LMC V0523 Variability not found in [035].
LMC V0529 The P value and the variability of the star are not confirmed
by photoelectric observations [093].
LMC V0532 In the nebula LHa 120-N186. The spectrum resembles that of
eta Car. Blue continuum, weak TiO bands; similarity to
VV Cep was noticed.
LMC V0538 MinII 14.4.
LMC V0543 P var. Max=2423740.790+3.075930xE (1910 - 1966); since 1966 -
see Table.
LMC V0545 P var. Max=2431107.354+31.81641xE (1910 - 1950); since 1966 -
see Table. [A/H]=-0.12.
LMC V0567 P var. Max=2423682.875+133.583xE (1910 - 1950); since 1966 -
see Table. Halpha in emission.
LMC V0570 Delta m and(or) phase var from cycle to cycle.
LMC V0575 Delta S=5.3.
LMC V0580 In the region of the cluster HS 83.
LMC V0582 [Fe/H]=-0.76, Delta S=3.3. Delta m var.
LMC V0586 The star RA=05 01.0 DE=-69 18.2 (1875.0).
LMC V0598 MinII 16.6.
LMC V0607 P var, quadratic term -0.000054dxExE. [A/H]=-0.15.
LMC V0614 MinII 16.3.
LMC V0624 Blazhko effect?
LMC V0625 May be identical with the X-ray source HRI 8. Vr var, P ~4d?,
Delta V ~100 km/s [099].
LMC V0637 Blazhko effect?
LMC V0643 P var? Has decreased in the interval JD 2416800 - 24000? Since
JD 2424000 - see Table.
LMC V0654 Blazhko effect?
LMC V0676 P var? Max=2423681.879+14.66551xE (1910 - 1950) [008]; since
1966 - see Table.
LMC V0681 May be identical with the X-ray source HRI 9 [099].
LMC V0684 Blazhko effect?
LMC V0685 B-V: +0.73, +0.91.
LMC V0693 P var. Slight, probably abrupt, increase of P after JD 2416800.
LMC V0709 P var. Max=2430646.367+3.419856xE (1910 - 1950) [008]; since
JD 2439000 - see Table.
LMC V0737 VB A (B p, 6"). Both components var? [016].
LMC V0741 MinII 15.5.
LMC V0743 According to [483], P=308d.
LMC V0747 P var. Max=2414639.708+9.49895xE (1910 - 1950) [008]; since
JD 2439000 - see Table.
LMC V0752 P var? Max=2413894.749+4.184775xE (1910 - 1950) [008]; since
1966 - see Table.
LMC V0753 P var. Max=2427660.599+23.9611xE (1910 - 1950) [008]; since
JD 2435000 - see Table. [A/H]=0.02.
LMC V0754 Blazhko effect?
LMC V0768 Blazhko effect? P var? During JD 2440827 - 41312 - see Table.
LMC V0770 P var irregularly.
LMC V0788 P var, quadratic term -5.6dx10^(-8)xExE.
LMC V0810 P var. P decreased by ~0.00005d between JD 2416000 and 2433000,
probably gradually.
LMC V0817 [A/H]=0.10.
LMC V0829 GRV 0503-6731? According to
[445], Mira type?, 14.0-17.0I, P=900d.
LMC V0831 The star RA=05 04.3 DE=-68 40.7 (1875.0).
LMC V0835 B-V: +0.61, +1.28.
LMC V0852 According to [445], P=660d.
LMC V0854 In the region of the cluster NGC 1820.
LMC V0858 The co-ordinates in [037] are completely wrong.
LMC V0872 P var. Max=2431524.315+9.04748xE (1910 - 1950) [008]; since
JD 2439000 - see Table.
LMC V0893 MinII 15.3.
LMC V0899 The star RA=05 05.0 DE=-68 00.0 (1875.0).
LMC V0907 The light curve shape var?
LMC V0912 MinII 17.0.
LMC V0915 The star RA=05 05.5 DE=-69 06.6 (1875.0).
LMC V0926 The star RA=05 05.5 DE=-68 15 (1875.0).
LMC V0947 According to [170], CEP(B): with the main period Pp (see Table)
corresponding to the first overtone (semiamplitude 0.24B) and
the secondary period P0 corresponding to the fundamental mode
(P0/Pp=1.433, semiamplitude 0.08B).
LMC V0951 P var, slightly decreased after JD 2413000.
LMC V0966 Co-ordinates, magnitude, spectrum are from [491] (Var 9).
LMC V0968 MinII 15.4.
LMC V0977 P ~3.5062 d is possible (M-m ~0.3) [059].
LMC V0994 Red. Besides slow changes, variations ~1m B in several hours.
LMC V1006 P=60d-120d.
LMC V1022 [Fe/H]=-0.06. P var?
LMC V1025 According to [170], CEP(B):, P0 - see Table (semiamplitude 0.24B),
P1/P0=0.70 (semiamplitude corresponding to P1 is 0.10B).
LMC V1032 [A/H]=0.06.
LMC V1055 MinII 17.0.
LMC V1059 B-V: +0.64, +1.06. [A/H]=-0.12.
LMC V1073 MinII 15.5.
LMC V1074 VB.
LMC V1080 [A/H]=0.28.
LMC V1089 P var. Abrupt decrease from 47.5195d to 47.5174d near JD 2424500.
Max=2432882.314+47.52xE (before 1950) [008]; since JD 2434600 -
see Table. B-V:+0.64, +1.28.
LMC V1097 B-V: +0.59, +1.33.
LMC V1109 B-V: +0.60, +1.09.
LMC V1111 In the centre of LHa 120-N100.
LMC V1112 In the region of the cluster NGC 1846.
LMC V1114 MinII 16.1.
LMC V1125 Accepted to be identical with No.10 [002].
LMC V1134 P var. Max=2426573.635+26.6736xE-3.4x10^(-5)xExE (1910-1950)
[008]; since JD 2434700 - see Table. B-V: +0.34, +1.09.
LMC V1137 According to [170], CEP(B):, P0 - see Table (semiamplitude 0.43B),
P1/P0=0.71 (semiamplitude corresponding to P1 is 0.18B).
LMC V1145 MinII 16.7.
LMC V1148 Variability was not confirmed by photoelectric observations
[031]. V=13.88, B-V=+0.04.
LMC V1167 Sometimes P =~2.7d.
LMC V1177 According to [170], CEP(B):, P0 - see Table (semiamplitude 0.56B),
P1/P0=0.71 (semiamplitude corresponding to P1 is 0.12B).
LMC V1196 P var? P probably slightly increased in the interval JD 2413900 -
23000. [A/H]=-0.08.
LMC V1202 P var? [019,039].
LMC V1210 The star RA=05 09 DE=-68 18 (1875.0).
LMC V1243 In the region of the cluster NGC 1856.
LMC V1245 B-V: +0.54, +1.01.
LMC V1252 In the cluster NGC 1856. Blue.
LMC V1268 MinII 15.9.
LMC V1270 P var. Max=2412724.621+37.5881xE+6.28x10^(-5)xExE [008]
(1910 - 1950); since JD 2435000 - see Table. B-V: +0.49, +1.09.
LMC V1282 In the region of the cluster NGC 1856.
LMC V1288 MinII 14.7. The epoch is given on the base of [068], the epoch
from [008] is in disagreement with these data.
LMC V1289 Blue.
LMC V1291 In the cluster NGC 1856.
LMC V1296 In the cluster NGC 1856.
LMC V1298 In a nebula.
LMC V1304 In the region of the cluster NGC 1856.
LMC V1305 MinII 16.0.
LMC V1311 In the region of the cluster NGC 1856.
LMC V1332 In the cluster SL 281.
LMC V1333 P var. Max=2436608.421+1.9720722xE (JD 2413800 - 28000); since
JD 2428000 - see Table.
LMC V1338 MinII 10.46y at the phase 0.80.
LMC V1341 Previous outburst: Max JD 2440207.
LMC V1346 MinII 14.4.
LMC V1359 P var? Max=2428758.570+3.429241xE [008] (1910 - 1950); during
JD 2442600 - 43500 - see Table. B-V: +0.66, +0.72.
LMC V1366 [A/H]=0.13.
LMC V1379 P var. P= 40.566 (JD 2413900 - 26000) [008]; during JD 2427000-
37000 - see Table, the quadratic term +0.00030dxExE ([059],
based on the epochs of Max from [046]). According to [035], CEP,
15.0-15.8B, Max=2439140.00+17.39xE.
LMC V1381 Identification uncertain [016].
LMC V1382 The identification with HV 2341 is erroneous.
LMC V1394 Min ~ JD 2425500. The recovery from Min took ~8000d.
LMC V1421 MinII 16.7.
LMC V1456 According to [170], CEP(B): with the main period Pp (see Table)
corresponding to the first overtone (semiamplitude 0.25B) and
the secondary period P0 corresponding to the fundamental mode
(P0/Pp =1.468, semiamplitude 0.13B).
LMC V1457 In the region of the cluster NGC 1866.
LMC V1467 MinII 14.3.
LMC V1469 In the region of the cluster NGC 1866.
LMC V1481 VB A (B 8" nf, C 7" np).
LMC V1484 P=600d-900d [036], P=520d: [035], P=409d (800d, 1000d)[445].
LMC V1486 VB A (B 5", 120deg, Delta m ~1).
LMC V1506 In the cluster NGC 1866. P var? During 1910-1950 Max=2425946.477+
3.143815xE [008]; since 1950 Max=2433309.34+3.14370xE [059].
According to [484], P const. B-V: +0.45, +0.71.
LMC V1513 In the cluster NGC 1866. B-V: +0.36, +0.63.
LMC V1514 P var. Quadratic term +4.9dx10^(-9)xExE. In the cluster NGC 1866.
B-V: +0.47, +0.71.
LMC V1522 P > 2.5d.
LMC V1524 In the cluster NGC 1866.
LMC V1531 The chart in [499] is wrong. B-V: +0.54, +0.69.
LMC V1535 In the cluster NGC 1866.
LMC V1548 B-V: +0.58, +0.76.
LMC V1549 B-V: +0.59, +0.67.
LMC V1553 In the cluster NGC 1866.
LMC V1554 In the cluster NGC 1866. B-V: +0.36, +0.61.
LMC V1555 Waves with P ~ 400 - 600d, Delta m ~0.5 are superimposed on
variations with P ~2500d, Delta m ~1.5.
LMC V1557 In the cluster NGC 1866.
LMC V1558 In the region of the cluster NGC 1866.
LMC V1559 In the cluster NGC 1866.
LMC V1567 In the region of the cluster NGC 1871.
LMC V1569 In the region of the cluster NGC 1869.
LMC V1571 In the cluster NGC 1866. B-V: +0.29, +0.65.
LMC V1572 MinII 16.1.
LMC V1582 P var? Max=2423737.848+48.28702xE before JD 2435000 [046];
since JD 2435000 - see Table. B-V: +0.60, +1.30. [A/H]=0.00.
LMC V1585 In the region of the cluster NGC 1871.
LMC V1599 In the region of the cluster NGC 1866.
LMC V1612 SB (O+M2Ia).
LMC V1639 IR excess.
LMC V1648 According to [170], CEP(B):, P0 - see Table (semiamplitude 0.60B),
P1/P0=0.72 (semiamplitude corresponding to P1 is 0.20B).
LMC V1649 MinII 15.9. dII=0.08P.
LMC V1660 MinII 15.6.
LMC V1665 According to [445], P=743d.
LMC V1668 VB B (A 5"n).
LMC V1691 [A/H]=0.06.
LMC V1699 The identification with HV 6102 is erroneous.
LMC V1711 P var. Before JD 2432000 Max=2436567.392+2.788345xE [036];
since JD 2432000 - see Table.
LMC V1749 P var? [059]. B-V: +0.39, +0.53:.
LMC V1754 The star RA=05 15.5 DE=-65 55 (1875.0).
LMC V1770 VB (10", 120deg, Delta m=0).
LMC V1785 P var. Max=2423736.780+30.2993xE (JD 2423465 - 24408); more
irregular during JD 2424408 - 29855; Max=2430372.330+30.2993xE
(JD 2429855 - 31870); during JD 2432011 - 941 - see Table.
LMC V1836 MinII 16.1.
LMC V1839 Small erratic variations of P.
LMC V1845 MinII 14.6.
LMC V1862 According to [445], P=169d:.
LMC V1873 P=(0.641d)xN [004].
LMC V1874 Epoch of Max is given.
LMC V1877 P var. P=41.235d (JD 2426400 - 29600); during JD 2429600-
33600 - see Table.
LMC V1879 The cycle is 200d-300d.
LMC V1925 MinII 16.1.
LMC V1936 MinII 16.4.
LMC V1948 In the cluster Anon.2.
LMC V1955 Sp G5I [028], A5Ia [057].
LMC V1959 P var? During 1910 - 1950 Max=2427799.532+10.92454xE [008];
since JD 2436000 - see Table.
LMC V1970 VB A (B 12m.1, 13"). In the region of the clusters NGC 1910,
SL 360; in the nebula LHa 120-N119. Deep Min: 1891, 1900, 1930,
1940, 1955, 1964.
LMC V2007 IR excess.
LMC V2012 MinII 16.1.
LMC V2015 B-V: +0.75, +1.05.
LMC V2028 MinII 16.9.
LMC V2050 Sp WC6+O5-6V-III:. VB B (A 11.3m; B 9" sp). Associated with
the nebula LHa 120-N120.
LMC V2064 P var. P=118.445d (JD 2412000 - 27000) [059]; Max=2428157.556+
118.639xE (JD 2428000 - 33000) [008]; since JD 2434600 -
see Table. B-V: +1.11, +1.34.
LMC V2077 P var. P=17.616d (JD 2413000 - 27000); P=17.568d (JD 2427000-
31400); during JD 2431400 - 34750 - see Table.
LMC V2093 Alternating bright and faint Maxima.
LMC V2097 MinII 15.5.
LMC V2120 [A/H]=-0.16.
LMC V2122 MinII 14.9.
LMC V2128 According to [170], CEP(B):, P0=7.98951d (semiamplitude 0.41B),
P1/P0=0.71 (semiamplitude corresponding to P1 is 0.20B). B-V:
+0.46, +0.95.
LMC V2162 [Fe/H]=-0.53.
LMC V2189 Lx/Lopt ~500. P=6.38h [448]; P=8.15h [551].
LMC V2198 MinII 15.7.
LMC V2200 P var? [059]. [A/H]=-0.01.
LMC V2203 VB (10.3m+12m, 0.65").
LMC V2204 P var. P=11.476d (JD 2413000 - 17000); P=11.458d (JD 2423000-
27000); since JD 2427000 - see Table.
LMC V2210 Alternative P value is 483d:.
LMC V2239 VB A (B n, var? [001]).
LMC V2251 MinII 15.9.
LMC V2302 IR excess. In the nebula LHa 120-N44.
LMC V2329 The data probably refer not to the star marked as HV 12326 in
the chart in [016]. The adopted co-ordinates are based on the
information from [180].
LMC V2340 During 1910 - 1950 Max=2426219.342+2.844786xE [008]; P var? [059].
LMC V2370 [A/H]=0.01.
LMC V2374 Probably the star designated HV12326 in [004, 008] and in several
other studies, marked in the chart in [016] and identical with
A98182 [443] does not coincide with the star studied in [180].
See V2329.
LMC V2395 Not red [037]. P < 100d?
LMC V2404 Not red.
LMC V2414 According to [180], Mira type, P=552.5d.
LMC V2426 The star RA=05 25.2 DE=-69 53.0 (1875.0).
LMC V2443 MinII 16.8.
LMC V2471 Alternative P value is 167d:.
LMC V2478 P var. Max=2412717.0+47.823xE (JD 2411000 - 29500); Max=2429598.5+
47.970xE (JD 2429500 - 35500); since JD 2441000 - see Table.
The light curve shape var? B-V: +0.54, +1.14. [Fe/H]=-0.47.
LMC V2480 MinII 15.5.
LMC V2487 The co-ordinates refer to the star XII according to the chart
from [023], not identical with HV 12593=V2493, but it is not
excluded that the chart is wrong and HV 12593 was in fact studied.
LMC V2492 HV 2501 is close.
LMC V2493 See V2487.
LMC V2513 B-V: +0.51, +0.99.
LMC V2521 The central star of the planetary nebula WS 26=LHa 120-N141.
LMC V2532 In the region of the cluster NGC 1958.
LMC V2534 In the region of the cluster SL 460.
LMC V2536 A gamma-ray burst source and an X-ray pulsar. The star 3, with
multicomponent structure, in the error box may be variable in
the range 14.8m-16m:B [117]. In the field 20"x80" optical
flares up to 8.7m vis were found [118], and in the field of
30" diameter there was possibly a flare to 7.2V [186]. In the
region of the nebula HDE 271255=LHa 120-N49.
LMC V2541 Sp G2Ib-II Ba2. P var. P=32.622d (JD 2413000 - 30000); since
JD 2430000 - see Table. IR excess. The light curve shape var.
According to [116], RV type is possible.
LMC V2558 In the region of the cluster NGC 1958.
LMC V2562 SB2, Porb=3.03269d. In the cluster NGC 1955.
LMC V2577 VB. The northern star is variable?
LMC V2583 The light curve shape varies strongly.
LMC V2588 Not red [037]. P < 100d?
LMC V2593 The depth of MinII is 0.06pg.
LMC V2612 Sp (OB+M)ea.
LMC V2615 MinII 16.6.
LMC V2618 SB2, Porb=1.91674d. Sp WC4+O6V-III.
LMC V2630 (b-y) var: -0.24, -0.09.
LMC V2636 VB (<4", 15deg, Delta m=1).
LMC V2640 Sp B3Ip+WN3. In the region of the nebula LHa 120-N144. According to
[485], SB1 with P=30.18d: also found photometrically, but with
V2626 as the comparison star.
LMC V2643 Pulsations, P=625.00d; 175.44d; 36.90d [486].
LMC V2653 In the region of the clusters NGC 1968, 1974.
LMC V2654 In the region of the nebula LHa 120-N144.
LMC V2657 Alternative P value is 431d:.
LMC V2673 Identical with A85231; according to [443], Mira type,
Max=2446001+390xE.
LMC V2682 MinII 13.2.
LMC V2693 Bright only on one plate.
LMC V2704 MinII 16.1. According to [008], red, const, and the data in
[011] refer to V2855.
LMC V2710 V2713 is close.
LMC V2713 V2710 is close. Identical with A84068; according to [443],
Max=2446105+(210:)xE.
LMC V2717 B-V: +0.46, +1.00. [A/H]=0.06.
LMC V2719 In the region of the clusters NGC 1968, 1974.
LMC V2728 Not red.
LMC V2738 VB (AB <= 3", 0deg; AC 3", 160deg, Delta m=0).
LMC V2756 Sp B1epq+WN9.
LMC V2759 Sp (M0.5 - M2.5)I:.
LMC V2765 MinII 16.3.
LMC V2766 According to [445], P=252d or 450d.
LMC V2772 In the region of the cluster NGC 1984.
LMC V2779 The time scale of the variability is about a year.
LMC V2790 VB A (B 6", 145deg, Delta m=1.5).
LMC V2815 P<20d.
LMC V2832 Epoch of Max is given.
LMC V2846 According to [004], P=(2000d)xN.
LMC V2849 The star RA=05 29 DE=-67 20 (1875.0).
LMC V2851 P var? P may be decreasing very slightly.
LMC V2855 MinII 15.5.
LMC V2865 VB A (B 3", 260deg, Delta m=0, blue).
LMC V2867 In the region of a nebula.
LMC V2881 P=267d is possible. Sp M5.5/S1.
LMC V2883 MinII 16.0.
LMC V2886 B-V: +0.48, +0.95.
LMC V2888 B-V: +0.56, +0.91.
LMC V2889 Sp M0.5I: - M5.
LMC V2892 In the region of the cluster NGC 2001.
LMC V2897 Sp M6.5 - M8. According to [443], Max=2445954+632xE.
LMC V2898 In the region of the cluster NGC 2001.
LMC V2905 Sp M0.5 - M3.5. Vr =+26.4 km/s.
LMC V2910 MinII 15.8.
LMC V2912 In the region of the cluster NGC 2001.
LMC V2914 VB A (B ~10", 50deg, Delta m=0.5).
LMC V2924 MinII 17.1. RR type with a twice shorter P?
LMC V2925 P var. Quadratic term +1.2dx10^(-6)xExE.
LMC V2933 Epoch of Max is given.
LMC V2934 MinII 16.7.
LMC V2937 B-V: +0.43, +0.81. P var?
LMC V2944 B-V: +0.60, +1.33. P var. Before JD 2437000 Max=2431683.579+
26.0846xE; since JD 2442000 - see Table.
LMC V2946 In the region of the cluster NGC 2004.
LMC V2947 VB A (B 10", 180deg, Delta m=0.5).
LMC V2957 Also possible is P=2285d :.
LMC V2963 MinII 15.0.
LMC V2968 In a small cluster.
LMC V2977 W Dor (V2983) is close.
LMC V2978 Alternative P value is 801d.
LMC V2979 VB (B 6"f).
LMC V2983 The star RA=05 30.4 DE=-66 44 (1875.0) [173]. HV 12435
(V2977) is close.
LMC V2989 In the region of the cluster NGC 2004.
LMC V3010 VB A (B 6"p).
LMC V3018 A wrong star marked in the chart [016].
LMC V3022 According to [004], type I, 16.7 - 17.4 pg (LMV 1172).
LMC V3023 P var? Has decreased slightly between JD 2423000, 2432000?
LMC V3032 In the cluster NGC 2010.
LMC V3037 In the region of the cluster NGC 2004.
LMC V3055 VB A (B 9", 270deg, Delta m=0.5; C 7", 20deg,
Delta m=1).
LMC V3056 In the cluster NGC 2010.
LMC V3072 The discovery of two probable Cepheids, V3 and V4 in the cluster
NGC 2010, was announced in [526]. According to [525], V3 has
P=3.43d, =15.8, Delta V=0.57. It is not clear to which of
the two stars, with our numbers V3072 and V3074, these data refer.
LMC V3073 MinII 14.8.
LMC V3074 See V3072.
LMC V3075 MinII 16.5.
LMC V3082 2 stars?
LMC V3087 Erroneously named 232 in Table 1 of [110].
LMC V3116 In the region of the nebula LHa 120-N57.
LMC V3131 In the region of the nebula LHa 120-N148.
LMC V3135 VB A (B 8", 30deg, Delta m=0.5, blue).
LMC V3144 P var? [059]. Max=2430058.323+52.271xE [008] (1910 - 1950).
LMC V3145 MinII 14.7.
LMC V3147 Alternative P value is 191d:.
LMC V3148 In the region of the nebula LHa 120-N148.
LMC V3155 P var?
LMC V3159 Probably erroneously marked in [016].
LMC V3162 VB A (B 8", 330deg, Delta m=1.5).
LMC V3177 B-V: +1.83, +1.90.
LMC V3181 VB B (A 6", 20deg, Delta m=-0.5).
LMC V3184 VB A (B 4", 90deg, Delta m =0; A VB?).
LMC V3191 VB A (B p, 10"). Late supergiant? [077].
LMC V3195 In the region of the cluster NGC 2014. Possible short-period
changes superimposed on variability with P >1 year.
LMC V3205 A probable misprint in [008] (P=2.480646d).
LMC V3206 B-V: +1.79, +1.89.
LMC V3212 Possible Ps according to [445]: 400d; 800d; 1000d.
LMC V3213 Sp O8III-V. Lx/Lopt ~5x10^(-4). In ~25"SE from D35 (chart [034]).
The Table gives the elements of the ellipsoidal variability,
MinII 14.08. Highly variable, outbursting, eclipsing (P=Popt)
X-ray source. During the outbursts, X-ray pulses are observed
with P=13.525s-13.544s, dP/dt=(-3.4+-1.2)x10^(-3)s/yr [192].
The X-ray source shows alternating "on" (~60% of time) and "off"
states, Xmax=2443393.66+(30.40)xN. During the "off" states of the
X-ray source the amplitude of the ellipsoidal variability
decreases from 0.20B to 0.07B.
LMC V3216 MinII 15.2.
LMC V3222 VB A (B 7", 130deg, Delta m=0.5; B is blue).
LMC V3227 MinII 15.2.
LMC V3243 Not red.
LMC V3245 B-V: +0.56, +1.16.
LMC V3246 Erroneously called HV 5923 in [004].
LMC V3253 HV 13039.
LMC V3256 In the region of the cluster NGC 2021.
LMC V3261 MinII 14.8.
LMC V3262 MinII 15.6.
LMC V3270 VB A (B 14"SE). MinII 15.8.
LMC V3274 In the region of the cluster Anon 3.
LMC V3276 The depth of MinII is 0.3.
LMC V3336 Sp B1.5III-V. MinII 15.13. P var? [480]. Min=2431740.496+
3.662789xE (JD 2413000 - 32000) [008].
LMC V3347 According to [180], log P=0.673. Misidentification?
LMC V3356 A=12+-8% (lambda=12mm). IRAS 05346-6949.
LMC V3375 A misprint (C.V.331) in [007].
LMC V3377 In the nebula LHa 120-N56. Const 14.66V [079]. Photographic
brightness estimates may be influenced by the nebula.
LMC V3395 Red.
LMC V3401 Red.
LMC V3405 According to [445], P=223d or 450d.
LMC V3418 Delta m >= 0.4 I.
LMC V3423 MinII 16.2.
LMC V3427 VB. In the region of the nebula LHa 120-N157.
LMC V3428 VB A (B 16.5:B, 7", 300deg).
LMC V3434 Sp B2IIIe (Min) - B9Ieq (Max). Max: Lx/Lopt > 1. In the region
of the cluster NGC 2034. Alternating "off" states up to 1 yr
duration (absence of outbursts), and "on" states with periodic
outbursts (see Table) simultaneously in the optical and in the
X-ray range. The duration of an outburst is from 0.1d to 15d.
During outbursts the X-ray pulsar has been observed, P=0.06921166s
(t0=JD 2444590.4792, dP/dt=5.01x10^(-10)) [137]. During the "on"
state, the amplitude of optical outbursts gradually decreases
[200]. No periodicity has been found in optics outside outbursts.
An increase of linear optical polarization during outburst has
been noted. The B component probably undergoes shell events
when outbursts occur during the passages of the neutron star
through the periastron of the high-eccentricity orbit (e=0.7,
Porb =16.7).
LMC V3436 IR excess. Surrounded with a nebula. Spectrum description [138].
LMC V3439 Alternative P value is 319d :.
LMC V3443 Red.
LMC V3448 VB A (B 6", 150deg, Delta m=-0.5; C 10", 340deg,
Delta m=0.5.
LMC V3452 B-V: +0.38, +0.89. [A/H]=-0.09. P var. Max=2413896.571+30.427xE+
3.2x10^(-5)xExE (JD 2413000 - 35000) [008]; since JD 2435000 -
see Table.
LMC V3453 VB A (B 14.96, B0V, 3", 318 deg; C 15.82, B1.5V, 1".7, 110
deg; D 19m, 1.9", 222deg; etc.). B var? [218]. Combined
pre-outburst brightness V=12.24, B-V=+0.04, U-B=-0.65; Sp B3I.
Pre-outburst brightness of the A component V=12.3. Pre-outburst
variability has not been definitely found (11.8-12.5pg, 1934-1959
[221]). To JD 2446849.601 - .945 the neutrino observations refer,
their interpretation being not straightforward (a review in
[139]). The star was (7.5 vis on JD 2446849.89; first found at
mpv=4.5 on JD 2446850.833. The light curve is unusual for SN II,
showing very slow development of the outburst and presumably
anomalously low luminosity at maximum. According to the combined
light curve [142], V=2.97 in Max. The minimal brightness in the
Table refers to continuing decline, July 1991. Radiobursts
(JD 2446852, 100mJy, 1 GHz; 2446969 - 972, 500 mJy, 22 GHz).
Since June 1987 there is hard X-ray and gamma radiation. Since
March 1987, features at different distances from the SN, attributed
to light echo, are being registered. In 1990 an elliptical ring -
a nebula around the SN - was detected by the Hubble Space
Telescope.
LMC V3454 Close are V3455, V3475.
LMC V3457 [Fe/H]=-0.75. P var. Max=2413952.072+24.4115xE-3.37x10^(-5)xExE
(JD 2413000 - 27000) [008]; since JD 2427000 - see Table.
LMC V3465 Red.
LMC V3477 Red.
LMC V3480 Red.
LMC V3484 In the region of the nebula LHa 120-N157.
LMC V3487 In the region of the nebula LHa 120-N157.
LMC V3514 Alternative P value is 191d:.
LMC V3517 SB1, Porb=3.0032d.
LMC V3522 Red.
LMC V3523 Red.
LMC V3526 B-V: +0.55, +1.10.
LMC V3527 Identical with the planetary nebula W35=LHa 120-N66. Red.
LMC V3532 Red.
LMC V3534 According to [445], P=489d.
LMC V3538 In the cluster NGC 2042. VB A (B n).
LMC V3549 Red.
LMC V3559 Red.
LMC V3561 Identical with the star A49198 which has, according to [443],
P =423d:.
LMC V3585 Red.
LMC V3600 VB (11.5m - 11.7m, 3", 307deg, 1954). In a nebula
3.5"x4.5".
LMC V3611 Red.
LMC V3614 Red.
LMC V3615 B-V: +0.58, +0.70.
LMC V3618 Red.
LMC V3620 Red.
LMC V3632 Red.
LMC V3640 Red.
LMC V3641 MinII 15.2.
LMC V3661 MinII 16.3.
LMC V3663 Red.
LMC V3664 Red.
LMC V3666 Red.
LMC V3677 VB A (B n, var? [001]).
LMC V3684 Red.
LMC V3688 Red.
LMC V3690 Red.
LMC V3695 Red.
LMC V3698 VB A (B 5", 0deg, Delta m=-0.5; C 5", 300deg, Delta
m=-0.5; B,C are blue).
LMC V3702 Sp B1I+WCE/WN3. SB, Porb=4.3092d [485] (WR star around an
unseen companion).
LMC V3711 B-V: +0.33, +0.69.
LMC V3723 Red.
LMC V3726 Red.
LMC V3735 MinII 13.3.
LMC V3737 Red.
LMC V3746 Red.
LMC V3747 Red.
LMC V3758 Lx/Lopt ~100. SB1 (K=235 km/s). The epoch of Min which coincides
with the exterior conjunction of the X-ray source is given.
Long-period X-ray variability: Max=2443733+197.8xE [552]. The
ellipsoidal variability with the depths of MinI ~ 0.20 - 0.23,
MinII ~0.17 V is accompanied by changes of the mean brightness
level with P=197.8.
LMC V3790 Red.
LMC V3791 Red.
LMC V3792 VB A (B 9", 90deg, Delta m=0.5; C 6", 280deg, Delta
m=1.5; B,C are blue).
LMC V3796 Red.
LMC V3797 Red.
LMC V3800 In the region of 30 Dor. A compact group of stars, the amplitude
of the combined light is given. VB, SB. R140a1: Sp WC5 (+O?),
the northern, brighter component; R140a2: Sp WN6+O(SB1), the
southern, fainter component which causes the photometric
variability. R140b: Sp WN6, the star most to the south, rho(ab)
~2". The depth of MinI is 0.03m; that of MinII, 0.02m.
LMC V3803 In the region of 30 Dor. SB1 (Porb=52.7d) [485].
LMC V3804 VB (0".5, 220deg). SB2 (WN6+O3-4); Porb=4.377d? Porb=1.2955d?
[164]. Const? [164]. In the centre of 30 Dor. Further components
are detectable at the limit of resolution. Possibly the cluster core.
LMC V3811 In the region of the nebula LHa 120-N157.
LMC V3814 Identical with V3816 (HV 12629)? [016].
LMC V3816 Identical with V3814 (HV 2734)? [016].
LMC V3819 In the region of the nebula LHa 120-N157.
LMC V3831 SB1, Porb=25.17d:. In the region of the nebula LHa 120-N157.
LMC V3855 B-V: +0.97, +1.48.
LMC V3862 Red.
LMC V3886 [A/H]=0.11. B-V: +0.71, +1.29.
LMC V3895 Red.
LMC V3896 MinII 15.7.
LMC V3911 Red.
LMC V3918 MinII 15.07.
LMC V3924 Red.
LMC V3935 Also possible is P=1265d:.
LMC V3954 In the young SN remnant SNR 0540-69. The radiation 3200 - 7500 A
in the 4.6" aperture is modulated (with an amplitude of +-2% of
the nebula radiation) with sine shape pulses having a slight
(10-20%) dip near Max light. P=50.2812856ms, dP/dt=44.8 ns/d
(JD 2445941.3659).
LMC V3961 [Fe/H]=-0.54.
LMC V3980 VB A (B Delta m=1, 4", 320deg).
LMC V3985 MinII 15.7.
LMC V3998 Epoch of Min is given.
LMC V4021 Red.
LMC V4026 P var? Slightly decreased since JD 2413000?
LMC V4048 B-V: +0.49, +0.72. During 1910 - 1950 Max = 2416820.567+
3.205323xE.
LMC V4066 MinII 15.5.
LMC V4071 P=186 is possible.
LMC V4075 Red.
LMC V4091 Alternative P value is 2800d.
LMC V4109 [A/H]=-0.07.
LMC V4110 B-V: +0.71, +1.33. [A/H]=0.15. P var. In 1910 - 1950 P was
increasing, Max=2428041.643+19.18428xE. According to [072],
M-giant.
LMC V4112 The identification with HV 6002 is wrong.
LMC V4116 B-V: +0.44, +0.69. P var? [059]. During 1910 - 1950
Max=2426571.611+3.651906xE.
LMC V4132 According to [170], CEP(B):, P0 - see Table (semiamplitude 0.30 B),
P1/P0=0.71 (semiamplitude corresponding to P1 is 0.17 B).
LMC V4133 VB A (B Delta m=0.5, 6", 290deg). In the region of the
cluster NGC 2100.
LMC V4141 VB A (B Delta m=0.5, 4", 210deg).
LMC V4146 P var. Quadratic term -3.06dx10^(-8)xExE.
LMC V4164 P=1218d is possible.
LMC V4176 According to [170], CEP(B):, P0 - see Table (semiamplitude 0.54 B),
P1/P0=0.72 (semiamplitude corresponding to P1 is 0.16 B).
LMC V4180 The designation GR 22 is wrong.
LMC V4191 P var. Increased by ~10^(-3)d after JD 2416800.
LMC V4203 B-V: +0.43, +0.55. During 1910-1950 Max=2424902.831+1.810933xE.
LMC V4215 MinII 15.5.
LMC V4216 B-V: +1.05, +1.38. Sp M: [020]. Late supergiant? [077].
P var, increased from 78.58d to 79.78d, probably abruptly [008].
LMC V4218 1E 0543.8-6823. Porb=0.93036d? Lx/Lopt ~1.
P=69d (precessional?) is also possible. According to [454],
Porb=1.0436d, brightness variations with P ~2h are also noted.
In general optical brightness variations are irregular.
LMC V4225 According to [454], eclipsing.
LMC V4226 MinII 15.0.
LMC V4263 According to [486], 13.55 - 14.13 V outside deep minima;
periods of 59.52d, 116.28d, 54.35d, ~700d are found.
LMC V4273 [Fe/H]=-0.40.
LMC V4297 B-V: +0.77, +1.47. [A/H]=0.11.
LMC V4306 The co-ordinates (measured by us) correspond to the
identifications of the chart in [132]; however, the
co-ordinates given in [132] refer to an inversed (see V4308)
identification, and it is not clear which identification corresponds
to the rest of the data in [132, 133].
LMC V4308 The co-ordinates (measured by us) correspond to the
identifications of the chart in [132]; however, the
co-ordinates given in [132] refer to an inversed (see V4306)
identification, and it is not clear which identification corresponds
to the rest of the data in [132, 133].
LMC V4317 MinII 15.6.
LMC V4322 B-V: +0.57, +0.60.
LMC V4341 Epoch of Max is given.
LMC V4354 B-V: +0.77, +1.25. [A/H]=0.29.
LMC V4382 MinII 19.2: (depth var, phi ~0.45).
LMC V4383 P var? [059]. During 1910-1950 Max=2429594.386+4.520796xE [008].
LMC V4389 B-V: +0.59, +0.83.
LMC V4395 P var? [059]. During 1910-1950 Max=2427800.377+4.391238xE [008].
LMC V4403 Red.
LMC V4441 According to [075], Max=2431729.6037+(2.204417:)xE.
LMC V4460 According to [170], CEP(B):, P0 - see Table (semiamplitude 0.24 B),
P1/P0=0.71 (semiamplitude corresponding to P1 is 0.21 B).
LMC V4470 B-V: +0.59, +0.97.
LMC V4476 P=3.6296d is possible.
LMC V4531 P var irregularly.
LMC V4532 [Fe/H]=-0.64. Delta m var; Blazhko effect? LMC member
according to Vr.
LMC V4539 Alternative P value is 2.333d.
LMC V4560 MinII 15.1.
LMC V4565 Sp M3.5/S4 - M9.
LMC V4572 In the region of the cluster NGC 2136.
LMC V4573 In the region of the cluster NGC 2136.
LMC V4588 Alternative P value is 0.962d.
LMC V4615 P var. Quadratic term 1.27dx10^(-8)xExE.
LMC V4625 B-V: +0.42, +0.58.
LMC V4629 B-V: +0.64, +0.99.
LMC V4665 The identification with HV 12703 is erroneous.
LMC V4671 HV 12703=HV 12866.
LMC V4687 HV 11097=HV 12252.
LMC V4688 B-V: +0.09, +0.36. In the region of the cluster NGC 2210.
LMC V4689 VB A (B 19m, 2" nf). In the region of the cluster NGC 2210.
LMC V4690 Not all published observations are satisfied by the elements.
In the region of the cluster NGC 2210.
LMC V4691 Alternative P values are 0.400d, 0.659d. In the region of the
cluster NGC 2210.
LMC V4692 B-V: +0.30, +0.41. In the region of the cluster NGC 2210.
LMC V4693 In the region of the cluster NGC 2210.
LMC V4694 B-V: +0.19, +0.36. In the region of the cluster NGC 2210.
LMC V4695 B-V: +0.31, +0.50. RRC, Max=2445763.35+0.359xE? [059]. In the
region of the cluster NGC 2210.
LMC V4696 B-V: +0.39, +0.45. In the region of the cluster NGC 2210.
LMC V4700 Delta V>0.7m. In the region of the cluster NGC 2214.
LMC V4705 In the region of the cluster NGC 2231.
LMC V4706 In the region of the cluster NGC 2231.
LMC V4709 In the region of the cluster NGC 2231.
LMC V4721 P decreases. P=0.54215d (JD 2440975 - 43214) [195]; P=0.542120d
(JD 2447204 - 215).
LMC V4725 Alternative P value is 0.47d:.
LMC V4733 Red.
LMC V4734 Alternative P value is 0.410304d. P ~0.732d has also been
noted. Only marginal evidence for periodicity in the interval
0.54d - 0.58d. According to [460], P1=0.410320d; P2=0.697160d
(var); less significant P3=0.422504d; P4=0.732357d.
LMC V4736 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4737 In the cluster NGC 2257. P var?
LMC V4738 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4740 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4741 In the cluster NGC 2257. P var. Before JD 2437200 Max=
2437167.996+0.310016xE; since JD 2440000 - see Table.
LMC V4742 In the cluster NGC 2257. P var? Before JD 2444000 Max=
2435043.036+0.378306xE; since JD 2444000 - see Table.
LMC V4743 In the cluster NGC 2257. P var. Before JD 2442500 Max=
2436254.43+0.505659xE; since JD 2442500 - see Table.
LMC V4744 In the cluster NGC 2257. P var. Before JD 2437500 Max=
2434732.348+0.375599xE [059]; since JD 2441000 - see Table.
LMC V4745 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4746 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4747 In the cluster NGC 2257. P var. Before JD 2442000 Max=
2434732.133+0.741179xE; since JD 2442000 - see Table.
LMC V4748 In the cluster NGC 2257. Delta m var; Blazhko effect? [195].
The epoch Max 2447208.67 derived from [460] does not satisfy
the elements.
LMC V4749 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4750 In the cluster NGC 2257. Co-ordinates in [195] refer to another
star.
LMC V4751 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4752 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4754 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4755 In the cluster NGC 2257. P var? [460].
LMC V4756 In the cluster NGC 2257. Delta m var; Blazhko effect? [195].
LMC V4757 In the cluster NGC 2257. The light curve with numerous
discrepancies; the elements need confirmation [059]. According
to [460], const.
LMC V4758 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4759 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4760 In the cluster NGC 2257. According to [460], const.
LMC V4761 In the cluster NGC 2257. P var? Max=2435043.138+0.343278xE
(JD 2434000 - 45000).
LMC V4762 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4763 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4764 In the cluster NGC 2257. P1 - see Table. P0 =0.544656? [195].
P1 var. Before JD 2442000 Max=2435043.029+0.406481xE;
since JD 2442000 - see Table.
LMC V4765 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4766 In the cluster NGC 2257. P var. Before JD 2442500 Max=
2436239.394+0.685654xE; since JD 2442500 - see Table.
LMC V4767 In the cluster NGC 2257. P var irregularly [215].
LMC V4768 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4769 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4770 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4771 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4772 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4773 In the cluster NGC 2257. P var. Before JD 2447200 Max=
2435043.288+0.540409xE [195]; Max=2440992.007+0.540383xE
(JD 2441000 - 45000); the Table presents current elements.
LMC V4774 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4775 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4776 In the cluster NGC 2257. P var. P(t)=0.319635+94.6x10^(-10)x
(t-2441785) [215]. The elements need confirmation [059].
LMC V4777 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4778 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4779 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4780 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4781 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4782 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4783 In the cluster NGC 2257. Delta m var. P var. Max=2436239.538+
0.674108xE (JD 2434000 - 37500); during JD 2440900 - 45000 -
see Table.
LMC V4785 In the cluster NGC 2257.
LMC V4800 Alternative P values: 0.340517d; 0.52d; 1.07d. According to
[460], not RR.
SMC V0004 B-V: +0.58, +0.73. According to observations from [273], double
Max, Max I (phi ~0.18), Min (phi ~0.76), Max II (14.49V,
B-V: +0.39, phi ~0.98) (phases calculated with the elements
from [203]).
SMC V0022 Delta S=7.3.
SMC V0029 A probable member of the globular cluster 47 Tuc.
SMC V0034 Very red.
SMC V0035 [Fe/H] ~ -1.2, Delta S=5.
SMC V0041 Sometimes P=165d.
SMC V0046 B-V: +0.35,+0.67.
SMC V0051 An eclipse-like fading by 1.4V, 1.2B was observed on JD 2435658.66.
SMC V0057 A probable member of the globular cluster 47 Tuc.
SMC V0061 A probable member of the globular cluster 47 Tuc.
SMC V0069 V11 (47 Tuc).
SMC V0070 Marked V11 in the finding chart in [228], in error.
SMC V0077 A probable member of the globular cluster 47 Tuc.
SMC V0081 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0082 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0083 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0087 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0089 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0090 **-=2.2. In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0091 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0092 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0094 Delta m >= 1. In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0095 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0096 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0098 [Fe/H]=-1.35. In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0099 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0100 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0101 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0103 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121. Delta S=9.8.
SMC V0104 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121.
SMC V0106 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121. Red.
SMC V0107 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121. Red.
SMC V0108 In the region of the globular cluster NGC 121. Red.
SMC V0111 A probable member of the globular cluster 47 Tuc.
SMC V0112 Delta S=9.5 - 11.8.
SMC V0118 [Fe/H]=-1.7.
SMC V0129 Delta S=8.2. In the case of SMC membership may belong to the BLBOO
type.
SMC V0132 Red.
SMC V0136 B-V: +0.27, +0.47.
SMC V0141 Delta S=6.8. In the case of SMC membership may belong to the BLBOO
type.
SMC V0152 Red.
SMC V0160 Delta S=6.0. In the case of SMC membership may belong to the BLBOO
type.
SMC V0161 Red.
SMC V0164 In the case of SMC membership may belong to the BLBOO type.
SMC V0166 P=0.33839d is possible.
SMC V0168 P=0.28082d is possible.
SMC V0170 Very red.
SMC V0171 Red.
SMC V0172 B-V: +0.37, +0.59.
SMC V0175 B-V: +0.49, +0.86.
SMC V0176 In the cluster HW 8.
SMC V0181 P var [212].
SMC V0191 B-V: +0.43, +0.76.
SMC V0193 B-V: +0.39, +0.94.
SMC V0194 Due to a misprint, two different P values are given in [209]:
5.794683d, 5.794863d.
SMC V0196 B-V: +0.35, +0.61.
SMC V0201 MinII 16.7.
SMC V0204 B-V: +0.38, +0.80. [A/H]=-0.8. P var. Max=2416692.242+18.89116xE
(JD 2414000 - 25000); Max=2425494.756+18.90332xE (JD 2425000 -
- 34000); since JD 2434000 - see Table.
SMC V0205 B-V: +0.47, +0.57.
SMC V0206 In the region of the cluster HW 14.
SMC V0207 In the region of the cluster K 15.
SMC V0212 In the region of the cluster HW 14.
SMC V0218 B-V: +0.49, +0.93.
SMC V0231 In the region of the cluster K 20.
SMC V0233 B-V: +0.89, +1.08. [A/H]=-0.1. P var?
SMC V0235 B-V: +0.48, +0.76. [A/H]=-0.6.
SMC V0239 B-V: +0.44, +0.70.
SMC V0283 In accordance with the remarks in [198,212], the Table gives
the elements for the star designated "HV1387" in [209];
confusion with V285 is possible.
SMC V0284 B-V: +0.51, +1.05.
SMC V0285 In accordance with the remarks in [198,212], the Table gives
the elements for the star designated "HV1386" in [209];
confusion with V283 is possible.
SMC V0316 B-V: +0.43, +0.60.
SMC V0319 Due to a misprint, two different P values are given in [209]:
1.914638d, 1.914368d.
SMC V0345 In the nebula LHa 115-N12A.
SMC V0347 In the region of the cluster N 5.
SMC V0352 B-V: +0.24, +0.46.
SMC V0353 Might be identical with V356=HV 824.
SMC V0354 Due to a misprint, two different P values are given in [209]:
1.603654d, 1.603564d.
SMC V0356 B-V: +0.53, +1.16. P var? Max=2429871.460+65.798xE (JD 2410000-
40000) [209]; since JD 2440000 - see Table.
SMC V0363 B-V: +0.53, +0.80. [A/H]=-0.6.
SMC V0364 MinII 16.5.
SMC V0374 Red.
SMC V0392 Suspected variability in V-R, V-I.
SMC V0398 Red.
SMC V0400 Red.
SMC V0403 Red.
SMC V0405 MinII 16.4.
SMC V0412 B-V: +0.85, +0.66.
SMC V0414 B-V: +0.54, +0.93. [A/H]=-0.4.
SMC V0434 Red.
SMC V0438 [A/H]=-0.2.
SMC V0462 Red.
SMC V0464 Due to a misprint, two different P values are given in [209]:
2.022102d, 2.022012d.
SMC V0466 [A/H]=-0.1.
SMC V0474 Red.
SMC V0477 Delta S=1.8.
SMC V0480 Red.
SMC V0505 Red.
SMC V0508 Red.
SMC V0510 According to [209], Max=2429585.264 + 2.105760xE, M-m=0.19.
SMC V0514 Red.
SMC V0521 Sp SC4:/8+e.
SMC V0528 Red.
SMC V0534 Sp SC3:/8+e.
SMC V0550 Delta S=1.8.
SMC V0557 VB B (A 3" f).
SMC V0587 B-V: +0.38, +0.44.
SMC V0591 MinII 15.6.
SMC V0594 B-V: +0.48, +0.77.
SMC V0596 VB (A=HV 1483, B p var [212]).
SMC V0599 Doubt was expressed in [212] whether the data in [209] refer
to the original HV 1488 [001].
SMC V0607 VB (A 16.8B; B s, 17.7B).
SMC V0623 The data refer to the star marked in the chart in [211]; it is
assumed that the sign of the y co-ordinate in [211] is wrong.
SMC V0624 MinII 17.5.
SMC V0627 Red.
SMC V0641 MinII 17.1.
SMC V0655 Red.
SMC V0661 MinII 14.4.
SMC V0662 B-V: +0.71, +0.97. [Fe/H]=-0.62. P var; square term -0.00598dxExE.
SMC V0669 Red.
SMC V0676 B-V: +0.38, +1.06. In the region of the cluster L40.
SMC V0682 MinII 18.0:.
SMC V0687 Red.
SMC V0704 Red.
SMC V0713 In the region of the cluster N 19.
SMC V0724 MinII 17.8.
SMC V0741 Var (U-B)?
SMC V0746 B-V: +0.56, +0.84. [A/H]=-0.4.
SMC V0747 VB A (B s, var?, rho=5" [001]).
SMC V0750 Table 3 of [209] gives P=1.558969d.
SMC V0757 Red.
SMC V0778 B-V: +0.69, +1.00.
SMC V0784 Red.
SMC V0786 Red.
SMC V0793 In the region of the cluster N 6.
SMC V0797 In the region of the cluster N 1.
SMC V0802 MinII 17.5.
SMC V0807 [A/H]=+0.1.
SMC V0809 VB A (B 2" sf, ~18V).
SMC V0813 Due to a misprint, two different P values are given in [209]:
4.284600d, 4.282600d.
SMC V0815 MinII 16.6.
SMC V0828 B-V: +0.73, +1.18. [A/H]=-0.6.
SMC V0829 Red.
SMC V0835 Red.
SMC V0836 In the region of the cluster N 2.
SMC V0854 Before JD 2438000 Max=2429843.597+7.350077xE [209]. P var? [059].
SMC V0857 P var. Max=2424497.453+12.54021xE (JD 2414000 - 25500); since
JD 2425500 - see Table.
SMC V0862 Sp M1e/S2 - M7.
SMC V0867 MinII 17.5.
SMC V0876 Red.
SMC V0880 MinII 16.7.
SMC V0884 Red.
SMC V0888 In the region of the cluster N 15.
SMC V0890 Red.
SMC V0895 In the region of the cluster N 20.
SMC V0900 From photometry: Sp B+K? VB A (B 8").
SMC V0913 B-V: +0.52, +1.04.
SMC V0922 MinII 16.8.
SMC V0926 MinII 16.4.
SMC V0943 In the region of the cluster N 8.
SMC V0944 [A/H]=-0.2. P var? Max =2424408.793+68.9085xE [209]. SB.
SMC V0952 Red.
SMC V0958 In the region of the cluster K 31.
SMC V0959 MinII 16.9.
SMC V0960 MinII 16.7.
SMC V0963 The co-ordinates in [497] are wrong.
SMC V0968 Nebular emission in the spectrum [120].
SMC V0975 Delta S=-0.2.
SMC V0996 Red.
SMC V1004 Red.
SMC V1015 In the region of the cluster N 16.
SMC V1026 [Fe/H]=-0.40. P var. Max=2411531.386+73.4717xE (JD 2411000-
26000); Max=2426519.611+73.6744xE (JD 2426000 - 41000);
since JD 2441000 - see Table.
SMC V1032 P var? [059]. Max=2434299.274+1.985652xE [209].
SMC V1042 Not red?
SMC V1049 Red.
SMC V1052 Red.
SMC V1054 [A/H]=-0.7.
SMC V1059 MinII 17.1.
SMC V1075 Symbiotic Sp? B0:e + G-K. Sp var. Strong UV continuum.
SMC V1084 Due to a misprint, two different P values are given in [209]:
3.243647d, 3.243687d.
SMC V1088 Red.
SMC V1091 MinII 17.1.
SMC V1097 Red.
SMC V1105 B-V: +0.38, +0.87.
SMC V1108 Red.
SMC V1125 MinII 14.79. Sp O9III-V.
SMC V1129 Not red?
SMC V1131 In the region of the cluster N 17.
SMC V1138 VB A (B p, var?).
SMC V1144 VB (both components var?).
SMC V1160 CV 18 [211, 244]. According to [244], E, P=0.496686d, Max 16.0,
MinI 17.0, MinII 16.9 pg.
SMC V1165 P var? [059]. Max=2429778.637+8.126580xE [209].
SMC V1166 B-V: +0.53, +0.68.
SMC V1184 Red? [213]. According to data from [198], not red.
SMC V1213 MinII 17.0. According to [212], the star was erroneously
designated HV 11345 in a number of papers.
SMC V1214 MinII 16.2.
SMC V1218 In the region of the cluster NGC 330.
SMC V1227 It is accepted that HV 11345 is the star marked with a square
in the sketch in [212], p.66.
SMC V1230 B-V: +0.36, +0.69.
SMC V1234 [A/H]=-0.4. P var. Before JD 2441000 Max=2412233.163+42.6368xE;
since JD 2441000 - see Table.
SMC V1235 The star I-f=B 24 (NGC 330) [276,045]. MinII 15.22. Sp B1III-V.
SMC V1240 P var. Gradual increase of P from ~70d to ~115d during the
recent decades with overlapping intervals of irregular
behaviour [278].
SMC V1246 Nebular emission in the spectrum [120].
SMC V1273 Probable member of the cluster NGC 330; the star A57 [045].
SMC V1279 In the region of the cluster NGC 330.
SMC V1295 VB A (B f).
SMC V1296 B-V: +0.54, +0.86. P var. Before JD 2426000 Max=2414199.909+
14.59886xE; since JD 2426000 - see Table.
SMC V1318 Sp M1/S3 - M2/S4-M3.
SMC V1323 According to [209], the published period is not verified.
SMC V1333 [A/H]=-1.2.
SMC V1339 The star marked as HV 1707 in [212] is identical with the
possible planetary nebula No.323 [234] and with the nebula LHa
115-N60 [058]. Strong UV continuum with Balmer emission lines
up to H delta. According to [289], the identification of HV 1707
suggested in [212] is not the only possible. According to [012],
CEP, P=1.66d.
SMC V1342 P var.
SMC V1357 [A/H]=-0.6.
SMC V1362 P var. Before JD 2432000 Max=2428040.420+3.368013xE; since
JD 2432000 - see Table.
SMC V1374 Both components var. P applies to the western component? [212].
SMC V1383 MinII 17.3.
SMC V1384 MinII 17.6.
SMC V1391 [A/H]=-0.6.
SMC V1396 VB A (B sp var? [001]).
SMC V1398 VB (Delta m ~0.5, ~2").
SMC V1406 Before JD 2438000 Max=2432852.341+1.505709xE [209]; P var? [059].
SMC V1420 MinII 16.0.
SMC V1435 The epoch in the Table has been derived from [297,298]; the
epoch given in [209] is JD 2428065.290.
SMC V1444 Sp M6-8/S1.
SMC V1454 B-V: +0.24, +0.42.
SMC V1478 According to [209], the period from [205] was not verified.
SMC V1481 B-V: +0.26, +0.54.
SMC V1484 The depth of MinII is 0.27m. In the nebula LHa 115-N66.
Sp WN4+O7I.
SMC V1499 Nebular emission in the spectrum [120].
SMC V1505 [A/H]=-1.4.
SMC V1550 According to [209], the published period was not verified.
SMC V1552 According to [272], 15.3 - 16.7 B, Max=2439128.19+4.9234xE;
log P=0.524 [243]. Wrong identification?
SMC V1564 According to [212], it is not excluded that the given P value
goes with V1566=HV 13017.
SMC V1566 See V1564.
SMC V1578 Sp K5Iae - M2.
SMC V1590 Red.
SMC V1597 VB A (B s, 10", var? [001]).
SMC V1600 P var?
SMC V1602 According to [212], the P value in [209] may refer to V1611=
HV 12944.
SMC V1605 MinII 17.4.
SMC V1611 According to [212], the P value in [209] may refer to V1602=
HV 11419.
SMC V1618 P var. Before JD 2430000 Max=2429566.245+27.057009xE [209]
(large scatter). Since JD 2430000 - see Table. [A/H]=-0.5.
SMC V1624 MinII 16.8.
SMC V1626 The light curve shape var? M-m=0.37P according to the data
from [210].
SMC V1627 [A/H]=-0.8.
SMC V1632 P=120 - 300d .
SMC V1637 Nebular emission in the spectrum [120].
SMC V1642 P var.
SMC V1644 P=110 - 210d.
SMC V1645 Nebular emission in the spectrum [120].
SMC V1656 MinII 17.6.
SMC V1661 In the region of the cluster NGC 361.
SMC V1667 [A/H]=-0.6.
SMC V1668 See V1730.
SMC V1670 HV 213.
SMC V1676 In [209, Table 3] P=1.932495d.
SMC V1679 MinII 15.5.
SMC V1682 Nebular emission in the spectrum [120].
SMC V1685 E8 [250]. In the region of the cluster NGC 361.
SMC V1689 [A/H]=-0.1.
SMC V1697 [A/H]=-1.4.
SMC V1701 According to [243], log P=0.178:, m(med)=16.8m, A > 0.6m.
SMC V1704 In the region of the cluster N12.
SMC V1712 HV 205.
SMC V1713 P var.
SMC V1717 P=90 - 180d.
SMC V1730 Earlier was erroneously identified with SS Tuc=HV 1877.
SMC V1740 HV 215. P ~ 1/3d is possible. Delta S=5.0.
SMC V1751 Nebular emission in the spectrum [120].
SMC V1752 HV 209.
SMC V1757 HV 208. P > 1d is possible.
SMC V1760 HV 216. A possible member of NGC 362. In the case of SMC
membership the BLBOO type is possible.
SMC V1762 HV 218.
SMC V1766 Red.
SMC V1768 Red.
SMC V1769 P=180 - 400d.
SMC V1780 HV 217.
SMC V1784 V8 (NGC 362). Probable SMC member.
SMC V1789 B-V: +0.48, +0.70.
SMC V1799 Sp WN3+O7Ia.
SMC V1800 Delta S=6.8.
SMC V1804 HV 207. Delta S=5.0.
SMC V1809 P=200 - 360d.
SMC V1813 P var? [059]. Max=2423824.400+1.455729xE [209].
SMC V1814 Sp WN3p:+OB, Pptm =Porb. Epoch of Min is given.
SMC V1816 HV 211.
SMC V1822 [A/H]=-0.3.
SMC V1829 Red.
SMC V1836 Red.
SMC V1840 [A/H]=-0.8. VB A (B var?[273]). Mean brightness var? [273].
SMC V1844 Nebular emission in the spectrum [120].
SMC V1851 V10 (NGC 362). SMC member?
SMC V1867 MinII 15.4.
SMC V1869 In the region of the cluster HW 46.
SMC V1870 Sp G2Ib - M0-1. [A/H]=+0.3. P var?
SMC V1872 [A/H]=-1.2.
SMC V1875 Red.
SMC V1876 P var. Before JD 2422000 Max=2411647.298+29.1597xE; since
JD 2422000 - see Table.
SMC V1883 Nebular emission in the spectrum [120].
SMC V1889 Nebular emission in the spectrum [120]. VB A (B 9").
SMC V1901 One long maximum in August, 1968.
SMC V1909 Sp M3 - M5/S2.
SMC V1914 According to [212], the data in [209] probably refer to V1919=
HV 1977.
SMC V1919 See V1914.
SMC V1922 Red.
SMC V1923 In the cluster IC 1624.
SMC V1926 In the cluster IC 1624.
SMC V1934 MinII 15.7.
SMC V1956 P=120 - 270d.
SMC V1970 P=130 - 220d .
SMC V1972 Red.
SMC V1974 P=130 - 240d.
SMC V1980 [A/H]=-1.3.
SMC V1982 MinII 14.8.
SMC V1996 B-V: +0.36, +0.64. [A/H]=-1.1.
SMC V1997 Red.
SMC V1999 According to [212], CEP?
SMC V2016 The identification with HV 2041 suggested in [248] is wrong.
SMC V2021 In the region of the cluster HW 55.
SMC V2022 [A/H]=-0.6.
SMC V2023 In the region of the cluster HW 55.
SMC V2028 In the region of the cluster K 56. The identification with
TV Tuc is wrong, see V2016.
SMC V2043 [A/H]=-0.4.
SMC V2048 B-V: +0.51, +0.98. [A/H]=-0.5.
SMC V2050 B-V: +0.38, +0.75.
SMC V2059 B-V ~ +4.
SMC V2061 B-V: +0.31, +0.75. [A/H]=-0.7.
SMC V2063 P var.
SMC V2064 B-V: +0.57, +1.03. [A/H]=-0.5.
SMC V2069 [A/H]=-0.3.
SMC V2075 [A/H]=-0.4.
SMC V2078 In the region of the cluster K 58.
SMC V2080 In the region of the cluster NGC 419.
SMC V2084 In the region of the cluster NGC 419.
SMC V2086 In the region of the cluster NGC 419. B-V=+2.7.
SMC V2098 MinII 16.6.
SMC V2110 B-V: +0.57, +0.76.
SMC V2112 In the region of the cluster NGC 419. No.196(V) [258].
SMC V2113 In the region of the cluster NGC 419. B-V= +3.6.
SMC V2128 P var, alternative value is 1.390556d.
SMC V2129 [209] notes that P var and gives two alternative P values
(1.828382d, 1.828214d).
SMC V2136 [A/H]=-0.2.
SMC V2146 In the region of the cluster NGC 419.
SMC V2235 Due to a misprint, two P values are given in [209] (3.169060d,
3.169090d).
SMC V2256 Due to a misprint, two P values are given in [209], 3.500543d
and 3.500453d. [304] gives Sp M (star 25 in the field A3).
SMC V2262 B-V: +0.44, +0.78.
SMC V2282 B-V: +0.42, +1.18. [Fe/H]=-0.45.
SMC V2293 B-V: +0.42, +0.87. [A/H]=-0.4.
SMC V2296 In the region of the cluster NGC 465.
SMC V2305 MinII 15.62:.
SMC V2310 B-V: +0.56, +0.87.
SMC V2312 The elements for the eclipsing variability are given in the
Table. The period of the X-ray pulsar is 0.71748s (JD 2441114) -
0.7132089s (JD 2443986); dP/dt=(-1.35+-0.32)x10^(-10) [306].
The depth of minima of the eclipsing variability: MinI 0.12m,
MinII 0.10m V. Lx/Lopt ~ 1.2.
SMC V2318 P var.
SMC V2320 B-V: +0.44, +0.74. [A/H]=-0.7.
SMC V2331 MinII 16.4.
SMC V2333 VB A (B 14.28m, 10" n). B-V: +0.43, +0.90.
SMC V2337 B-V: +0.61, +0.83. The elements need confirmation. According to
[202], Max=2436736.5+9.6xE.
SMC V2339 Ap SrEu(Cr). Delta m < 0.05 (V, B) [270]. P=21d (somewhat
more probable) or 1.05d [290] satisfy the variations of the
peculiarity index a.
SMC V2342 P =~ 1d - 2d.
SMC V2343 B-V: +0.63, +1.04.
SMC V2344 The depth of MinII 0.50m.
SMC V2345 B-V: +0.57, +0.98.
SMC V2347 [A/H]=-0.2.
SMC V2348 B-V: +0.35, +0.94. [A/H]=-0.6.
SMC V2351 Sp B5:I+KI.
SMC V2353 B-V: +0.66, +1.17. [A/H]=-0.3.
SMC V2355 In the region of the cluster NGC 602.
SMC V2359 Due to a misprint,two P values are given in [209] (7.037199d,
7.033122d).
SMC V2362 B-V: +0.36, +0.89. [A/H]=-0.8.
SMC V2380 B-V: +0.65, +1.06.
SMC V2391 SB1, Porb =18.379d.
SMC V2393 B-V: +0.51, +0.99.
SMC V2394 [308] considers a possible misprint (5.00 instead of the
correct magnitude 6.00) in the photoelectric magnitude from
[309] as a cause for the large disagreement among published
magnitudes.
M31 V0011 UG? [332]; QSO? [333].
M31 V0016 MinII - MinI=0.44P.
M31 V0040 MinII 21.4. Irregular changes in Max light are possible.
M31 V0047 MinII 22.1.
M31 V0048 MinII 19.4.
M31 V0052 MinII 20.9.
M31 V0056 MinII 22.1.
M31 V0061 MinII 21.9.
M31 V0076 Found on a single photograph.
M31 V0119 The light curve shape var.
M31 V0122 P > 500d.
M31 V0123 MinII 21.9. MinII - MinI=0.65P:.
M31 V0147 VB ( both components var), see V0149.
M31 V0149 VB ( both components var), see V0147.
M31 V0153 MinII 21.4.
M31 V0166 2 flares: JD 2440480 16.8m; 2440861 - 863 17.0m [332].
V=17.9, B-V=-0.5, U-B=-0.5 [333].
M31 V0173 MinII 21.3.
M31 V0224 MinII 20.2.
M31 V0234 VB (A=V0235, B=V0234, 0.9").
M31 V0235 VB (A=V0235, B=V0234, 0.9").
M31 V0248 MinII 21.9.
M31 V0276 MinII 21.4.
M31 V0288 MinII 21.4.
M31 V0336 MinII 22.5.
M31 V0359 MinII 21.6.
M31 V0362 d=0.12P. MinII 19.4.
M31 V0366 Marked twice in the chart (see V0539); it is not known to
which star the data refer. Epoch of Min is given.
M31 V0409 Marked twice in the chart (see V0536); it is not known to
which star the data refer. Type I is also possible.
M31 V0410 Light curve with large scatter.
M31 V0448 MinII 21.3.
M31 V0469 No.62 [342]. According to [342], Max=2433571.794+28.5625xE.
M31 V0470 Marked twice in the chart (see V0552); one of the two stars -
SR:,21.8-22.9 pg, Max=2433860+(240.0:)xE, another one - E, 22.0-
23.3 pg, Min=2433590.67+4.2303xE, D=0.12P.
M31 V0489 d=0.12P. MinII 21.8.
M31 V0506 MinII 21.3. MinII-MinI=0.66P.
M31 V0529 MinII 21.2.
M31 V0533 Found on a single photograph.
M31 V0536 See V0409.
M31 V0539 See V0366.
M31 V0544 Found on a single photograph.
M31 V0552 See V0470.
M31 V0573 MinII 20.5.
M31 V0575 MinII 21.7.
M31 V0593 Found on a single photograph.
M31 V0602 MinII 21.7.
M31 V0609 Two outbursts were observed: JD 2439349, 16.4 pg; JD 2440154,
17.7 pg.
M31 V0618 MinII 20.2:.
M31 V0630 A long-period eclipsing star? Min 2433900.
M31 V0665 Previous outburst: JD 2424681 (1926) (Nova 62, [338]).
M31 V0687 Blue.
M31 V0691 Blue.
M31 V0706 Cycles 30d - 100d.
M31 V0735 (18.4B (JD 2447121.283) [509].
M31 V0745 Remained in Max in 1924 - 1928. Not seen in 1967 - 1988.
M31 V0750 Max 19.27 m(Ha).
M31 V0762 According to [509], (18.6m on 7 photographs, JD 2445316-323.
M31 V0775 Blue.
M31 V0805 Red.
M31 V0810 N4 [339].
M31 V0827 See V0829.
M31 V0829 Co-ordinates are close to those of V827=Nova 35 [338]. If
identical, the object is not a classical Nova.
M31 V0835 Co-ordinates close to those of V838=Nova 136 [355].
M31 V0838 See V0835. Found on a single photograph.
M31 V0845 Max 16.92 m(Ha).
M31 V0855 Single photograph with a brightening, JD 2435398. Blue.
M31 V0889 Nova 13 [361].
M31 V0892 Nova 8 [361].
M31 V0909 Found on a single photograph.
M31 V0921 Erroneously identified in [349] with Nova 12 [339]=V0860.
M31 V0927 See V0942.
M31 V0933 Secondary Max JD 2434924, 18.0 pg.
M31 V0936 Found on a single photograph.
M31 V0942 In [349] identified with Nova 12 [339]=V927; the identification
is probably erroneous.
M31 V0954 Found on a single photograph.
M31 V0965 Might be identical with V0966.
M31 V0966 Might be identical with V0965.
M31 V0976 Observed in Max for 5.5 years. Possibly belongs to SDOR type [408].
M31 V0979 Outbursts: Max JD 2438288, 17.8 pg; JD 2440125, 17.3 pg.
M31 V0989 Found on a single photograph.
M31 V1006 See V1007.
M31 V1007 Indentical with V1006. Unusually large amplitude; variations
of Vr by 390 km/s in 8h have been noted.
M31 V1008 Max 17.94 m(Ha).
M31 V1009 Found on a single photograph.
M31 V1039 Max 18.34 m(Ha).
M31 V1048 V1050=N9 [361] is close.
M31 V1065 Nova 2 [339].
M31 V1067 Found on a single photograph.
M31 V1071 According to [384],this is not a Nova but a field M 31 star;
however, in the given position there is only a ~20m pg star [059].
M31 V1081 It is assumed that in [348] the magnitude for JD 2426146
should be (18.0 pg. Found on a single photograph.
M31 V1093 Max 17.42 m(Ha).
M31 V1096 The identification with Nova 7 [328], suggested in [349], is wrong.
M31 V1112 Found on a single photograph. According to [509], not present on
photographs taken on the same date and on the previous one, (19.0B.
M31 V1115 The coordinates we give, based on rectangular co-ordinates from
[346], are in contradiction with the direction to the star
marked in the chart in [346].
M31 V1120 Found on a single photograph.
M31 V1126 The co-ordinates in Vol.I of the GCVS (4th ed.) are wrong.
M31 V1127 According to [331], const.
M31 V1151 MinII 24.4. Located 14 mm below V1 in the chart [389, Fig. 2].
M31 V1152 Alternative P=0.570d.
M31 V1153 Alternative P=0.495d.
M31 V1193 The co-ordinates in the NSV catalogue are wrong.
M31 V1194 z=0.134.
M31 V1197 Found on a single photograph.
M33 V0004 Hubble's [313] V4 is identified in [318] with the variable
Q10954; however, our co-ordinate determinations for the
variables from [313, 323] show that Q10954 is most probably
identical with V49.
M33 V0006 Co-ordinates are uncertain [059].
M33 V0010 May be identical with 151red [324]: ****-=2.05.
M33 V0014 According to [320], DCEP, Max=2424349.991+46.35xE.
M33 V0018 Max=2424057.0+34.00xE (JD 2418560 - 24414); during 1982-1985 -
see Table. P var?
M33 V0025 P=13.510d is possible. P var?
M33 V0030 Identical with Var 79 [323].
M33 V0031 P var? Max=2424084.0+37.33xE (JD 2418560 - 24414).
M33 V0035 The observations from [323] do not satisfy the elements and
may be represented by the value P=6.267d [059].
M33 V0044 Apparently a neighbouring star is marked on the photograph in
[323]. Moreover, the observations from [323] cannot be represented
with the elements [313] or with the value P=42d given in [323];
the best light curve is given by the value P=9.600d [059].
M33 V0045 The value P=78.88985d given in [319] is due to a misprint.
M33 V0046 Red. Cycles ~2 yrs. A flare on JD 2440858 - 865.
M33 V0049 See V0004. Data for Q10954 from [318]: CEP, P=27.24d.
M33 V0052 Blue.
M33 V0055 =+3.0.
M33 V0058 Red.
M33 V0059 B-V =~ 0. May be identified [394] with the diffuse object H20 [399].
M33 V0067 Blue.
M33 V0068 It is unclear if the data in [314] (V=17.2, B-V=-0.1, U-B=-0.4)
refer to B338=V68 or to B378.
M33 V0076 Two different stars are marked in the charts (Fig.1 and Fig.3c)
in [323]; the co-ordinates correspond to Fig.3c.
M33 V0077 According to [323], Table 4, 18.4 - 18.7V, slow; this is in
contradiction with the individual observations in Table 3.
Blue. According to [540],const (1973 - 1989). See V0359.
M33 V0079 Red. Cycles 1-2 yrs.
M33 V0081 The two finding charts in [323] (Fig.2 and Fig.3c) show different
stars, the second one coinciding with V73. The coordinates in
the Table refer to Fig.2.
M33 V0083 The value Max 9.5R seems doubtful [059]. 85 photographic estimates
(1982 - 1985) do not confirm the variability [394].
M33 V0085 Red.
M33 V0088 Red.
M33 V0096 IR excess; in 1985-1986 - Sp M3, practically without emissions
(besides Halpha), not typical for SDOR stars [396].
M33 V0124 Red.
M33 V0125 Red.
M33 V0127 The identification with E17 [326] suggested in [318] is doubtful.
M33 V0130 Red.
M33 V0145 Red.
M33 V0148 Red.
M33 V0153 Red.
M33 V0176 Very red.
M33 V0192 Red.
M33 V0193 Multiple.
M33 V0194 Red.
M33 V0197 Red.
M33 V0200 Fuzzy images in B, V light.
M33 V0201 Red.
M33 V0206 Red.
M33 V0213 Red.
M33 V0214 Red.
M33 V0219 Very red.
M33 V0227 Red.
M33 V0228 Red.
M33 V0241 Red.
M33 V0245 Suggested identification with V44 [318] is wrong.
M33 V0247 Red.
M33 V0250 Red.
M33 V0256 Red.
M33 V0257 Red.
M33 V0258 Red.
M33 V0259 Red.
M33 V0262 Red.
M33 V0265 17.2m (1955); (22m (1977).
M33 V0274 Red.
M33 V0275 Red.
M33 V0276 Red.
M33 V0281 In the chart [315] the star is marked unclearly. The coordinates
refer to the position considered most probable by the authors
of the catalogue. Wrong identification in [401] is possible.
M33 V0285 Red.
M33 V0290 Red.
M33 V0295 Red.
M33 V0296 Red.
M33 V0298 Red.
M33 V0300 Red.
M33 V0301 Red.
M33 V0307 Red.
M33 V0310 Red.
M33 V0312 Red.
M33 V0313 Red.
M33 V0315 Red.
M33 V0325 Red.
M33 V0335 Red.
M33 V0340 According to [399], the object has non-stellar appearence; the
chart in [399] shows 2 objects, it is not clear which of them
the name c21 refers to. According to [374], var in V light.
B-V = 0.62.
M33 V0341 Red. It is difficult to identify the star using the chart in [318].
M33 V0348 Red.
M33 V0354 Red.
M33 V0356 Red.
M33 V0359 Close to V0077; however, the identification with that star
suggested in [318] seems to be wrong.
M33 V0361 It is difficult to identify the star using the chart in [318].
M33 V0362 Very red.
M33 V0363 Red.
M33 V0364 Red.
M33 V0365 Red.
M33 V0368 Very red.
M33 V0371 Red.
M33 V0372 Red.
M33 V0377 Red.
M33 V0383 Red.
M33 V0384 Red.
M33 V0396 Red.
M33 V0402 Red.
M33 V0405 Red.
M33 V0408 Red.
M33 V0410 Red.
M33 V0412 The two stars treated as different stars in [318] are most
probably identical.
M33 V0420 Red.
M33 V0421 The co-ordinates are very uncertain. 6.6' sf from the nucleus
of M 33.
M33 V0428 Red.
M33 V0435 Red.
M33 V0438 Red.
M33 V0441 Red.
M33 V0442 Red.
M33 V0443 Red.
M33 V0459 Red.
M33 V0463 Red.
M33 V0465 Red.
M33 V0470 Red.
M33 V0478 Red.
M33 V0480 Red.
M33 V0483 Red.
M33 V0487 Red.
M33 V0489 Red.
M33 V0491 Red.
M33 V0492 Red.
M33 V0499 Red.
M33 V0500 Red.
M33 V0501 A single plate with a brightening (JD 2423078). According to
[394], the variability can not be confirmed.
M33 V0504 Red.
M33 V0516 Red.
M33 V0526 Red.
M33 V0528 Red.
M33 V0530 Red.
M33 V0535 Red.
N0147 V0001 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given. Twice longer P is possible [059].
N0147 V0002 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0003 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0004 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0005 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0006 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0007 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0008 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
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N0147 V0010 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0011 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
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N0147 V0016 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
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N0147 V0020 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0021 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0022 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given. MinII 25.1.
N0147 V0023 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given. Possibly RRC, P ~0.35d.
N0147 V0024 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0025 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0026 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0027 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0028 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0029 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0030 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0031 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0032 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0033 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0034 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0035 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0036 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0037 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0038 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0039 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given. Possibly RRC, P ~0.35d.
N0147 V0040 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0041 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0042 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0147 V0043 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
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N0185 V0001 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
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N0185 V0011 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
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N0185 V0014 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0185 V0015 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given. P > 2d is possible.
N0185 V0016 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
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N0185 V0027 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0185 V0028 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0185 V0029 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
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N0185 V0031 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0185 V0032 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
N0185 V0033 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
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N0185 V0036 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
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N0185 V0046 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given.
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N0205 V0013 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given. M - m < 0.2P.
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N0205 V0021 g (Gunn) magnitudes are given. MinII 25.7.
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N0205 V0055 The position is given according to [391].
N0300 V0015 =0.01. Epoch of Max is given.
SclG V0025 [Fe/H]=-1.93, Delta S=10.0.
SclG V0026 [Fe/H]=-1.8, Delta S=9.0 - 9.5.
SclG V0119 [Fe/H]=-2.2, Delta S=10.7 - 13.1.
SclG V0474 No co-ordinates and no finding chart in [029].
I1613 V0012 The light curve shape var.
I1613 V0046 VB A (B p).
I1613 V0057 MinII 20.4.
E356-4 V0001 P=209.7d is possible.
E356-4 V0007 P=239d is possible.
E356-4 V0009 P=179.6d is possible.
E356-4 V0047 Red.
E356-4 V0074 Probably [059] the brightness estimate 18.5V [422] refers to
a brighter star in =~ 6" to the N of the star marked in the
chart.
N1466 V0002 Delta m var [545].
RetS V0011 P1 - see Table. P0 =0.4706d?
P19441 V0009 MinII 19.1.
N2366 V0001 A faint star, (21.5m. It was brighter than usual by 1m on
one plate in 1951.
N2403 V0012 SN 1954J; bright outburst in 1954.
N2403 V0027 Erroneously marked as V22 in the chart in [453], Fig. 13.
N2403 V0034 VB B (A =~ 22.8m, 2").
N2403 V0051 The chart [453, Fig. 13] is wrong; correct charts: [453,
Figs 5, 6].
N2403 V0055 MinII 22.4.
N2403 V0056 Stellar image on V plates, diffuse image on B plates.
N2403 V0069 Red.
HolII V0006 Very red.
HolII V0007 Very red.
HolII V0010 Very red.
LeoA V0003 Erroneously marked in the chart, the correct position is in
10"W and 3"S from that shown.
N3109 V0013 VB (1").
N3109 V0034 Unclearly marked in the chart, co-ordinates need confirmation.
N3109 V0046 According to [458], const. Erroneously marked in the chart in
[459]? V5 [459]=V79 [458]?
LeoI V0010 Alternative P=1.7601456d:.
N5128 V0001 21.04 - (21.3 m(Ha).
N5128 V0002 19.25 - (21.3 m(Ha).
N5128 V0003 20.92 - (21.3 m(Ha).
N5128 V0004 20.47 - (21.3 m(Ha).
N5128 V0005 17.88 - (21.3 m(Ha).
N5128 V0006 19.69 - (21.3 m(Ha).
N5128 V0007 20.43 - (21.3 m(Ha).
N5128 V0008 20.40 - (21.3 m(Ha).
N5128 V0009 20.24 - (21.3 m(Ha).
N5128 V0010 19.49 - (21.3 m(Ha).
N5128 V0011 19.38 - (21.3 m(Ha).
N5128 V0012 18.55 - (21.3 m(Ha).
N5128 V0013 20.12 - (21.3 m(Ha).
N5128 V0014 19.77 - (21.3 m(Ha).
N5128 V0015 18.82 - (21.3 m(Ha).
N5128 V0016 19.86 - (21.3 m(Ha).
U09749 V0003 Alternative P=0.278d.
U09749 V0014 Red.
U09749 V0030 Alternative P ~0.25d.
U09749 V0039 Delta m var? [418].
U09749 V0056 The light curve shape var? [419].
U09749 V0057 According to [417], more probably Max=2445912.746+0.404924xE.
U09749 V0065 According to [417], P is wrong.
U09749 V0074 Very red. Epoch of Min is given.
U09749 V0080 The Table gives elements of the eclipsing variability.
DII >= 0.06, MinII - MinI=0.47P. One of the components is RRC,
Max=2436340.846+0.499436xE, M-m=0.50P, 20.0 - 20.4B (without
the contribution of the satellite to the combined brightness).
[417] attributes the star to the BLBOO type, 19.3 - 19.6B,
Max=2445904.785+0.498746xE, M-m =0.40P; however, minima predicted
by the ephemeris from [419] are not covered with observations
in [417].
U09749 V0094 Blue.
U09749 V0095 Alternative P=0.234d; P=0.305d. According to [419], Max=
2435277.774+0.233615xE, M-m=0.50P.
U10822 V0011 P1 - see Table, A1 =0.6m; P0 =0.550971d, A0 =0.3m.
U10822 V0016 Delta m var.
U10822 V0023 P=0.61789d [392] is possible.
U10822 V0034 Blazhko effect?
U10822 V0037 Delta m var.
U10822 V0039 Delta m var.
U10822 V0041 Delta m var.
U10822 V0072 P1 - see Table, A1 =0.5d; P0 =0.545986d, A0 =0.3.
U10822 V0075 Possibly RR(B), P1 =0.3757d, P0 - see Table.
U10822 V0083 P1 - see Table, A1 =0.6m; P0 =0.537229d, A0 =0.4.
U10822 V0096 P var. Max=2434598.662+0.58275xE (JD 2434596 - 34635); during
JD 2434896 - 35012 - see Table.
U10822 V0112 P1 - see Table, A1 =0.5; P0 =0.57442d [541], A0 =0.3. According
to [398], Max=2442605.711:+0.77077xE.
U10822 V0123 Delta m var, phase jumps. The elements in the Table are valid
for JD 2434981 - 35011.
U10822 V0128 Large light curve scatter.
U10822 V0129 Delta m var.
U10822 V0138 P1 - see Table, A1 =0.6m; P0 =0.546841d, A0 =0.2m.
U10822 V0143 P1 - see Table, A1 =0.5m; P0 =0.540103d, A0 =0.2m. P=0.397580d
is possible.
U10822 V0144 P var. During JD 2434597 - 34635 - see Table; Max=2434900.925+
0.58834xE (JD 2434897 - 35012).
U10822 V0145 Increased light curve scatter, possible P=0.397376d.
U10822 V0147 Delta m var.
U10822 V0149 P=0.402670d is possible.
U10822 V0156 P1 - see Table, A1=0.6m; P0=0.548637d, A0=0.3m.
U10822 V0165 P1 - see Table, A1=0.5m; P0=0.480671d, A0=0.3m.
U10822 V0169 P1 - see Table, A1=0.6m; P0=0.540509d, A0=0.3m.
U10822 V0170 Possible periods: 0.694275d; 0.678492d; 0.409364d; 0.403752d;
0.290215d.
U10822 V0190 P1 - see Table, A1=0.7m; P0=0.531533d, A0=0.3m.
U10822 V0196 Delta m var.
U10822 V0203 Blue.
N6822 V0006 P var.
N6822 V0007 Phase shifts, +-0.15P.
N6822 V0008 According to [464], DCEP, Max=2423972.0+20.72xE.
N6822 V0009 According to [464], DCEP, Max=2423971.0+16.86xE.
N6822 V0010 Variations on 5d timescale are superimposed. According to [464],
CEP, P=16.5d +-.
N6822 V0011 According to [464], DCEP, Max=2424003.0+11.77xE.
N6822 V0013 P var.
N6822 V0016 Usually below the plate limit. Maxima, on average, occur every 8d.
N6822 V0019 MinII 19.8.
N6822 V0020 Usually below the plate limit. Maxima once in ~10d.
N6822 V0025 P=13.33d is possible.
N6822 V0035 Red.
N6822 V0037 Red.
N6822 V0040 Red.
U12613 V0030 Very blue.
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