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Re: Reliable Stellar Data

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Posted by Kip Crawford on September 16, 1999 20:33:07 UTC

What you are asking for is a really big list. I have seen star list with RA/DEC coordinates but only to the 4th magnitude. If you were to go to only 2nd magnitude, the list is in the hundreds. SEDS web site may have star charts and some of the Universities have websites on star charts. Many planetaruim progrmas The Sky, Redshift 3, Starry Night etc...have RA/DEC coords. just by clicking on a star with the name included. I could find the web sites, they're out there. Just keep hunting. You'll find them.

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