VizieR Online Data Catalog: The B[e] phenomenon. VII. AS 386 follow-up (Khokhlov+, 2018)

S. A. Khokhlov, A. S. Miroshnichenko, S. V. Zharikov, N. Manset, A. A. Arkharov, N. Efimova, S. Klimanov, V. M. Larionov, A. V. Kusakin, R. I. Kokumbaeva, C. T. Omarov, K. S. Kuratov, A. K. Kuratova, R. J. Rudy, E. A. Laag, K. B. Crawford, T. K. Swift, R. C. Puetter, R. B. Perry, S. D. ChojnowskiA. Agishev, D. B. Caton, R. L. Hawkins, A. B. Smith, D. E. Reichart, V. V. Kouprianov, J. B. Haislip

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Optical photometry of the field in the Johnson-Cousins system was obtained on 12 nights at a 1m telescope of the Tien-Shan Observatory (TShAO) of the Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Kazakhstan in 2016 April-December. Additionally, four UBV observations of the object's field were taken in 2016 December and 2017 August/September at a 40cm telescope of the Dark Sky Observatory (DSO, near Boone, NC). See Table 1. Near-IR JHK photometry was taken with the 1.1m telescope AZT-24 at Campo Imperatore (Italy) in 2008-2017 with an imager/spectrometer SWIRCAM. See Table 2. Twenty-seven high-resolution optical spectra of AS 386 with spectral resolving powers of R=18000-65000 and an average signal-to-noise ratio of ~100 were obtained between 2009 November and 2017 November (see Table 3). The observations were carried out using the 2.1m telescope of the Observatorio Astronomico Nacional San Pedro Martir (OAN SPM, Baja California, Mexico) with an R=18000 REOSC spectrograph, the 2.7m Harlan J. Smith telescope of the McDonald Observatory (Texas, USA) with the R=60000 Tull coude spectrograph TS2, the 3.6m Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (CFHT, Maunakea, HI, USA) with the R=65000 ESPaDOnS spectropolarimeter, and the 3.5m Astrophysical Research Consortium telescope at the Apache Point Observatory (APO, New Mexico, USA) with the R=31500 ARCES spectrograph. Three low-resolution optical and near-IR spectra of AS 386 were taken at the 3m telescope of the Lick Observatory (USA, 0.46-2.5um, R~700) in 2010, 2016, and 2017 (see Table 3) with the Aerospace Corporation's Visible and Near Infrared Imaging Spectrograph (VNIRIS). (4 data files).
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Feb 2019

Publication series

NameVizieR On-line Data Catalog: J/ApJ/856/158. Originally published in: 2018ApJ...856..158K


  • Stars: emission
  • Photometry: UBV
  • Photometry: infrared
  • Radial velocities
  • Equivalent widths
  • Line Profiles


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