UVES POP tables

Choose your favorite POP star

Select one of the available stars from the scroll down menu (single plot)


List of available POP stars


Or search in the database using the searching boxes tooverplot up to five stars on the same plot
NB: The search tool is not intended to allow users toperform complex searches. In particular, be aware that the strings I, *I, and I* are strictly equivalent to the string *I* for the search algorithm. In addition space, comma and semi-colon characters are all interpreted as separators for name search.


POP star name AND
POP star spectral type AND
POP star peculiarities
(e.g. Rigel, HD ####, bright = all bright stars, field = all field stars,IC2391 = all stars of cl. IC2391,NGC6475 = all stars of cl. NGC6475   (e.g. O*,*V*, BII*, WCN ...)   See below

Pecularities should be chosen among the following (NB case sensitive!):
agb asymptotic giant branch star; c carbon star; ceph cepheid; cl member of a cluster; d double/multiple; el shows emission lines; ebAgl eclipsing binary of Algol type
ellipsoidal variable; f O star with He and NIII emission; G-CN G and CN-Band; He-s helium strong; He-w helium weak; hpm high proper motion; m magnetic; MetA metallic A Star; mp metal poor; n diffuse line; pagb post-asympotic giant branch star; pv pulsating variable; S S star; sb Spectroscopic binary; Si Eu Sr Cr Fe (or any element) Si, Eu, Sr, Cr, Fe (or any element) strong star; she shell; v used when SIMBAD defines a star as variable without specifying the variability type, otherwise we use the variability type instead of; v. List of abbreviated variability types used in the tables; bCep Beta Cephi variable; BYDra BY Draconis variable; dSct delta Scuti variable; MirCet Mira Ceti variable nova nova; rsCVn RS Canes Venatici variable; srp Semi-Regular Pulsating variable wr Wolf-Rayet star
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