Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects (Last update: 29-Sep-2022)
Result of query: info cati StKM$
Details on Acronym: Stephenson Stephenson (Stephenson)
***** Avoid the usage of Stephenson, prefer StKMOriginof the Acronym: L (1997AJ....114..388H) Details on Acronym: StKM StKM (Stephenson, K and M *) (Not yet in Simbad)Write:<<StKM 1-NNNNaA>>
Object:* in ** (SIMBAD class: Star)
Note:Suffix A added in SIMBAD to all original formats for components of multiple star systems.
Details on Acronym: StKM StKM (Stephenson, K and M *)= (Stephenson)
Object:Dw. * (SIMBAD class: Star)
Note:1986AJ.....91..144S: (Nos 1-2201), format '1-NNNN' 1986AJ.....92..139S: (Nos 1-1888), format '2-NNNN', the stars are not numbered in the paper, the numbering is assigned by SIMBAD. In both lists, a letter "a" or "b" was assigned in cases where Stephenson gives a spectral type for both components of a pair.
Astron. J., 91, 144-159 (1986)
Dwarf K and M stars of small proper motion found in a large spectroscopic survey.
oStKM 1- 621 had a typo resulting in a -30m RA error in the source paper .
oTable I: <StKM 1-NNNN> (Nos 1-1 to 1-2201)
Astron. J., 92, 139-165 (1986)
Dwarf K and M stars of high proper motion found in a hemispheric survey.
oTable I: the stars are not numbered here, the numbering is assigned by SIMBAD.
oTable I: <StKM 2-NNNN> (Nos 2-1 to 2-1888)
=E=Catalogue in electronic form as III/123Originof the Acronym: D = Assigned by the Dictionary of Acronyms