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  Parameters of OB stars & their bow shock nebulae (Kobulnicky+, 2019)
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1.J/AJ/158/73/catalogMeasured and adopted parameters (table 1), kinematic data (table 2) and derived parameters (table 3) for stars and their bow shock nebulae (70 rows)

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  recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  ID   [1/709] Identifier from Kobulnicky et al. (2016, J/ApJS/227/18) (
  n_ID (char) [a] Note on ID (Note 1)   (meta.note)
  Alias (char) Common name (
  Name (char) Generic identifier in Galactic coordinates (GLLL.llll+BB.bbbb) (;meta.main)
  SpType (char) Spectral classification (src.spType)
  Teff K [3800/41500] Adopted effective temperature (Note 2)   (phys.temperature.effective)
  R* Rsun [4.3/50] Stellar radius based on spectral classification using the theoretical scale of Martins et al. (2005A&A...436.1049M) (phys.size.radius)
  Mass Msun [1.1/58] Adopted stellar mass (phys.mass)
  Vinf km/s (n) [500/3000] Adopted terminal wind velocity from Mokiem et al. (2007A&A...473..603M) (phys.veloc.expansion)
  Dist pc [112/5295] Adopted distance (Note 3)   (pos.distance)

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  R01 arcsec [1.9/299] Standoff distance in arcsec (pos.angDistance)
  R02 pc [0.015/1.905] Standoff distance in pc (Note 4)   (pos.distance)
  Peak70 10+7Jy/sr [8/764] Peak 70 µm surface brightness above adjacent background (;em.IR.60-100um;stat.max)
  l arcsec [6/277] Angular diameter of the nebula defined by a chord intersecting the location of the peak surface brightness (phys.angSize)
  Obs (char) Source(s) of spectroscopy (Note 5)   (meta.code)
  L*/LIR   [0/22422] Ratio of stellar to infrared nebular luminosity L*/LIR (phys.luminosity;arith.ratio)
  Source  Gaia DR2 identifier (Cat. I/345) (
  HRV km/s (n) [-108/71] Heliocentric radial velocity measured or adopted, as described in the Appendix (spect.dopplerVeloc;pos.heliocentric)
  Plx mas [148/8910] Gaia DR2 parallax (pos.parallax)
  e_Plx mas [26/785] Uncertainty in Plx (stat.error;pos.parallax)
  pmRA mas/yr [-7909/15260] Gaia DR2 proper motion in RA (pmRA*cosDE) (;pos.eq.ra)
  e_pmRA mas/yr [29/1377] Uncertainty in pmRA (stat.error;;pos.eq.ra)
  pmDE mas/yr [-12128/24790] Gaia DR2 proper motion in DE (;pos.eq.dec)

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  e_pmDE mas/yr [39/1206] Uncertainty in pmDE (stat.error;;pos.eq.dec)
  Lum 10+4Lsun [0.005/87] Stellar luminosity (computed from the effective temperature and radius in Table 1) (phys.luminosity)
  U 10+2 [0/338] Dimensionless ratio of the radiant energy density (in erg/cm3) from the star to the mean interstellar radiant energy density estimated by Mathis et al. (1983A&A...128..212M) (phys.density;arith.ratio)
  jv 10-13Jy/sr/cm2 [0/302] Dust emission coefficient jv (in 10–13 Jy/sr/cm2 per nucleon) following Draine & Li (2007ApJ...657..810D), after scaling by the factor fj (phys.emissMeasure)
  fj   [1.6/4.48] Scale factor, fj, for dust emission coefficients on account of the harder radiation field near OB stars, as described in the text (arith.factor)
  na cm-3 [4/2111] Computed ambient interstellar number density, following Equation (5) of Kobulnicky et al. (2018ApJ...856...74K) (meta.number;phys.density;meta.modelled)
  Vtot km/s [5/78.1] Peculiar velocity in the star's local standard of rest (Note 1)   (phys.veloc)
  e_Vtot km/s [0.1/14.3] Uncertainty in Vtot (stat.error)
  M 10-10Msun/yr(n) [3/197923] Computed mass-loss rate (phys.mass.loss)
  e_M 10-10Msun/yr(n) [1/72806] Uncertainty in M (Note 2)   (stat.error)
  DlogM [-] (n) [-2.05/4.04] The base 10 logarithm of our derived mass-loss rate minus the logarithm of the theoretical Vink et al. (2001A&A...369..574V) mass-loss rate, Δlog(M) (Note 3)   (phys.mass.loss)
  SimbadName (char) Designation understandable by the Simbad data-base (
  _RA deg (i) Position from Simbad name (right ascension part) (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
  _DE deg (i) Position from Simbad name (declination part) (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)

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