Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser. 139, 555-558
Catalogue and bibliography of the UV Cet-type flare stars
and related objects in the solar vicinity
R.E. Gershberg 1 - M.M. Katsova 2 - M.N. Lovkaya 1 - A.V. Terebizh 1 - N.I. Shakhovskaya 1
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1 - Crimean Astrophysical Observatory,
Nauchny Crimea 334413, Ukraine
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2 - Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, Moscow State University,
119899 Moscow, Russia
Received July 1, 1998; accepted August 26, 1999
This new catalogue of flare stars includes 463 objects. It
contains astrometric, spectral and photometric data as well
as information on the infrared, radio and X-ray properties and
general stellar parameters. From the total reference list of about
3400 articles, partial lists selected by objects, authors, key words
and by any pairs of these criteria can be obtained
Key words: stars: flare -- catalogue
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