New Catalogue of Suspected Variable Stars

New Catalogue of Suspected Variable Stars

El New Catalogue of Suspected Variable Stars (en inglés Nuevo Catálogo de presumibles estrellas variables) es un catálogo estelar que contiene 14.811 estrellas; estas estrellas, aunque se piensa que pueden ser variables, no recibieron denominación de estrellas variables antes de 1980. Los datos del catálogo incluyen posiciones, magnitudes, tipos de variabilidad, designaciones alternativas y referencias bibliográficas. El catálogo fue publicado en 1982[1] y un suplemento posterior, incluyendo 11.206 estrellas más, se publicó en 1998.[2]

Las estrellas se designan de de la forma NSV nnnnn, siendo nnnnn un número entre 1 y 26.206. Así, 109 Virginis recibe la designación NSV 6794, Praecipua (46 LMi) es NSV 4999 y 1 Centauri es NSV 19951.

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Referencias

  1. New Catalogue of Suspected Variable Stars: The Improved Version, B. V. Kukarkin et al., Institute of Astronomy of Russian Academy of Sciences and Sternberg State Astronomical Institute of the Moscow State University
  2. Kazarovets, E. V.; Samus, N. N.; Durlevich, O. V. (1998). «New Catalogue of Suspected Variable Stars. Supplement - Version 1.0». Information Bulletin on Variable Stars 4655 (1). http://cdsads.u-strasbg.fr/cgi-bin/nph-bib_query?1998IBVS.4655....1K&db_key=AST&nosetcookie=1. 

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