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A& A Supplement series, Vol. 121, February 1997, 247-253

Received February 2; accepted March 26, 1996

UBV photometry of galactic foreground and LMCmember stars

II. Galactic foreground stars (supplement)giftex2html_wrap_inline923gif

H.-G. Grothuestex2html_wrap941 - M.O. Oestreichertex2html_wrap943 - J. Gochermanntex2html_wrap945 - C. Tapperttex2html_wrap947 - A. Zaumtex2html_wrap949 - H.R. Bruggertex2html_wrap951 - Th. Schmidt-Kalertex2html_wrap953

Send offprint request: H.-G. Grothues

tex2html_wrap955  Astronomisches Institut der Ruhr-Universität, D-44780 Bochum, Germany
tex2html_wrap957  Optikzentrum NRW, Universitätsstraße 142, D-44799 Bochum, Germany
tex2html_wrap959  Dep. Astrofisica, Pontifica Universidad Catolica de Chile, Casilla 104, Santiago 22, Chile
tex2html_wrap961  Garglasweg 39, CH-7220 Schiers, Switzerland


In addition to the list of UBV photometries of 955 galactic foreground stars in the direction to the Large Magellanic Cloud published by Gochermann et al. (1993a), a supplement of 545 stars is presented, which have been measured with the same photometric accuracy. Moreover, less reliable photometries of 379 further foreground stars are listed in a separate table. The homogeneous data base of more than tex2html_wrap_inline929 high accuracy photometries represented by these stars has been used to construct a reddening distribution map of the galactic foreground towards the LMC by Oestreicher et al. (1995).

keywords: catalogues -- Galaxy: stellar content -- galaxies: Magellanic Clouds

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