NOTES TO TABLE 1
789: Weis (1984) reported V=14.25, (R-I)K = 1.28 and a photometric
parallax of 0.054.
791: Weis (1984) reported V=14.12, (R-I)K = 1.20 and a photometric
parallax of 0.037.
792: Weis (1984) reported V=14.36, (R-I)K = 1.34 and a photometric
parallax of 0.064.
794: Astrometric binary with a period around 22 years; perturbation does not
appear in our 5 years of data.
797/798: Filt/Emul = 59 (64.9-84.0), 27 (84.7-89.0). Quoted photometry based on
3 photoelectric measures of the combined light, which gave V=11.99+/-0.01
and B-V=1.88+/-0.04, along with a single CCD measure of the magnitude
differences, Delta(V)=0.455 and Delta(B)=0.434.
801/802: Filt/Emul = 13, with 801 behind the dimming spot and 802 clear of the
spot. 801 is an astrometric binary with a period around 50 years;
perturbation does not appear in our 5 years of data.
806: Weis (1984) reported V=13.73, (R-I)K = 1.32 and a photometric
parallax of 0.083.
807/808: Filt/Emul = 59 (65.8-84.1), 10 (84.7-86.9). Quoted photometry based on
4 photoelectric measures of the combined light which gave V=10.79+/-0.01
and B-V=1.18+/-0.01, along with a single CCD measure of the magnitude
differences, Delta(V)=1.315 and Delta(B)=0.019.
815: Astrometric binary with a period around 14 years; perturbation does appear
in our data, and quadratic terms are required.
816: Photometry adopted from Bright Star Catalogue (Hoffleit 1982).
820: Filt/Emul = 69 (70.1-84.2), 27 (85.0-90.2).
821: Weis (1984) reported V=12.79, (R-I)K = 1.08 and a photometric
parallax of 0.048.
822: Weis (1984) reported V=11.25, (R-I)K = 0.92 and a photometric
parallax of 0.061.
823/824: Filt/Emul = 69 (65.8-69.2), 79 (72.1-80.2), 49 (80.8-84.2), 27
(84.8-89.2). 824 is a close pair of late-type degenerates with V approx.
0.3 mag. (Harrington et al. 1981), which yields V(A)=15.25, V(B)=15.55,
MV(A)=14.98, and MV(B)=15.28
825: Photometry adopted from Bright Star Catalogue (Hoffleit, 1982).
826: Weis (1984) reported V=11.83, (R-I)K = 0.93 and a photometric
parallax of 0.049.
835: Filt/Emul = 49 (81.3-86.1), 27 (84.1-89.3).
836: Filt/Emul = 49 (75.2-86.2), 27 (84.3-89.3).
837: No indication of a perturbation in our data.
840: Filt/Emul = 38 (78.0-86.4), 10 (84.1-89.3)
841: No indication of a perturbation in our data.
844: This is the faint cpm companion (Sep.=13", PA=352) to BD+14:2513
(=LP495-170) and was suggested as a red subluminous star by Eggen (1969)
who measured V=16.55, B-V=1.43, and U-B=0.78. Present CCD photometry is
based on 3 V measures and 2 B measures and also yielded V=9.87+/-0.01 and
B-V=0.68+/-0.03 for the brighter component. 3 single channel measures of
the A component gave V=9.89+/-0.01, B-V=0.66+/-0.00, and U-B=0.12+/-0.00.
850: Photometry adopted from Bright Star Catalogue (Hoffleit, 1982).
No indication of a perturbation in our data.
854: No indication of a perturbation in our data.
856/857: Filt/Emul = 49 (80.4-83.5), 27 (84.2-90.5).
861: Weis (1984) reported V=11.75, (R-I)K = 1.07 and a photometric
parallax of 0.074.
862: Weis (1984) reported V=13.16, (R-I)K = 1.20 and a photometric
parallax of 0.055.
869: Filt/Emul = 49 (73.5-86.5), 27 (84.4-88.4).
872: Weis (1984) reported V=12.67, (R-I)K = 1.12 and a photometric
parallax of 0.056.
876: Filt/Emul = 38 (72.3-84.6), 10 (84.3-90.5).
877: Quoted V photometry for A component derived from 3 photoelectric measures
of the combined light which gave V=4.03+/-0.00 along with a magnitude
difference of Delta(V)=1.79 from Bright Star Catalogue (Hoffleit 1982);
quoted B-V and U-B values are combined light values from 3 measures.
878: Photometry adopted from Bright Star Catalogue (Hoffleit, 1982).
882: Photometry adopted from Bright Star Catalogue (Hoffleit, 1982).
885: Filt/Emul = 49 (72.4-86.5), 27 (84.4-86.7). Uses plates from earlier
solution reported in Harrington et al. (1983); hence, not independent of,
but supersedes earlier solution.
886: Quoted photometric values are for maximum light from A Supplement to the
Bright Star Catalogue (Hoffleit et al. 1983).
888: Photometry adopted from Bright Star Catalogue (Hoffleit 1982).
891: Photometry adopted from Bright Star Catalogue (Hoffleit, 1982).
892/893: Filt/Emul = 49 (72.5-86.5), 27 (84.4-89.8).
895: Weis (1984) reported V=13.51, (R-I)K = 1.14 and a photometric
parallax of 0.041.
897: Slight indication of a perturbation in our 2+ years of data,
but quadratic terms do not improve the errors.
898: No indication of a perturbation in our data.
899: Weis (1984) reported V=12.13, (R-I)K = 1.03 and a photometric
parallax of 0.054.
903: Quoted CCD photometry based on 3 V measures and a single B measure.
904: Weis (1984) reported V=11.99, (R-I)K = 1.26 and a photometric
parallax of 0.127.
Emulsion/filter code (CD) = XY,
where X=emulsion (1=Hypersensitized IIIaJ, 2=Hypersensitized IIIaF,
3=IIaO or 103aO, 4=IIaD or 103aD, 5=IIG or 103aG),
and Y=filter (0=GG385 with no mag. comp., 1=GG385 with 2.25 mag.comp.,
2=GG385 with 3.75 mag.comp., 3=GG385 with 6.00 mag. comp.,
4=GG385 with 7.60 mag. comp, 5=GG385 with 10.00 mag. comp.,
6=GG385 with 12.25 mag. comp., 7=OG550 with no mag. comp.,
8=GG13 with no mag. comp., 9=GG14 with no mag. comp.).