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VII/61A             Catalogue of Markarian Galaxies    (Markarian+ 1967-81)

Catalogue of Markarian Galaxies Markarian, B. E. <Astrofizika 3, 55 (1967)> <Astrofizika 5, 443 (1969)> <Astrofizika 5, 581 (1969)> Markarian, B. E., Lipovetskii, V. A. <Astrofizika 7, 511 (1971)> <Astrofizika 8, 155 (1972)> <Astrofizika 9, 487 (1973)> <Astrofizika 10, 307 (1974)> <Astrofizika 12, 389 (1976)> <Astrofizika 12, 657 (1976)> Markarian, B. E., Lipovetskii, V. A., Stepanian, Dzh. A. <Astrofizika 13, 225 (1977)> <Astrofizika 13, 397 (1977)> <Astrofizika 15, 201 (1979)> <Astrofizika 15, 363 (1979)> <Astrofizika 15, 549 (1979)> <Astrofizika 17, 619 (1981)>
ADC_Keywords: Galaxies, Markarian; Galaxy catalogs Description: Markarian galaxies have a moderate to strong ultraviolet continuum as detected by an objective-prism survey at Byurakan Observatory from 1965 to 1978. The survey was done with a 40-inch Schmidt telescope with a dispersion of 2500 angstroms/millimeter at H-alpha. The catalog contains no galaxies brighter than mag 13.0 or fainter than mag 17.5. The catalog fields are Markarian Identification number; S(eyfert) or Q(uasar) flag; cross identifications to other catalogs; B1950 positions; major and minor axis (arcsec); magnitude and spectral types, including a code for the strength of the UV continuum. This catalogue is superseded by the First Byurakan Survey (see the "See Also"(?) section below) The original documentation was by Robert S. Hill and Lee E. Brotzman in the "adc.doc" file (From the CD-ROM "Selected Astronomical Catalogs" Vol. 1 (1992), directory "nonstell/galaxies/mkn") File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file adc.doc 80 448 Documentation from the CD-ROM catalog.dat 74 1525 The Catalogue
See also:
The document above follows the rules of the Standard Description for Astronomical Catalogues.From this documentation it is possible to generate f77 program to load files into arrays or line by line

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