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  Galactic HII regions. I. Stellar distances (Foster+, 2015)
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1.J/AJ/150/147/table2(c)Final velocities, distances with uncertainties, number of stars and mean total reddening calculated for each HII region (110 rows)
2.J/AJ/150/147/table1(c)HII regions, HI and 12CO velocities, distances with fractional uncertainties, and photometric and spectroscopic information for stars identified as candidates for association with the region (380 rows)
3.J/AJ/150/147/notesNotes (comments on ionizing star(s)) (380 rows)

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Column  Constraint Explain   (UCD)
  (ALL)recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  (1)A (char) [A] Additional HII region beyond Canadian Galactic Plane Survey (CGPS; Taylor et al. 2033, cat. VI/128) (Note 1)   (meta.code)
   (ALL)HII (char) Identifier of the HII region (;meta.main)
  (1+2)OName (char) Other name for Sh2-208 (Wat 1) (
  (1+2)GLON deg [90.23/197.8] Galactic Longitude (pos.galactic.lon)
  (1+2)GLAT deg [-6.29/8] Galactic Latitude (
  (1+2)vCO km/s (n) [-103.7/25.6] Final systemic 12CO velocity (spect.dopplerVeloc)
  (1+2)vHI km/s (n) [-102.46/23.68] Final systemic HI velocity (spect.dopplerVeloc)
  (1)r kpc [0.6/10.58] Final heliocentric stellar distance (pos.distance;;pos.heliocentric)
  (1)dr kpc [0.04/1.99] Uncertainty in the mean distance to the HII region (dr=σ*/(n*)0.5) (Note 2)   (stat.error)
  (1)Ns   [1/13] Number of associated stars identified (meta.number)

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  (1)Ne  (n) [1/4] Number of excluded stars (meta.number)
  (1)<E(B-V)> mag [0.27/2.415] Mean total reddening (phot.color.excess)
  (1)SimbadName (char) Designation understandable by the Simbad data-base (
  (1+2)_RA.icrs deg (n)(i) Right Ascension (ICRS, epoch 2000) computed by CDS (pos.eq.ra)
  (1+2)_DE.icrs deg (n)(i) Declination (ICRS, epoch 2000) computed by CDS (pos.eq.dec)
  (2)n_vCO (char) Note for grouped objects (Note 1)   (meta.note)
  (2)n_vHI (char) Name of association (CAS OB4, CAS OB7, CEPOB4, Cep OB2, NGC 1893) (meta.note)
  (2)vHa km/s (n) [-98.9/24.2] The Hα velocity (from Fich et al., 1990AJ.....99..622F) (spect.dopplerVeloc)
  (2)<r> kpc (n) [0.6/10.58] Mean distance or location (pos.distance;pos.heliocentric)
  (2)f_<r> (char) [exc.] Excluded star (do not contribute to the final distance calculation) (meta.code)
  (2)dr/<r>  (n) [0.01/0.33] Fractional distance uncertainty ΔDr/<r> (stat.error)
  (2)E(B-V) mag (n) [0.128/2.415] The (B-V) color excess (phot.color.excess)
  (2)Vmag mag (n) [5.06/17.53] The V band magnitude (phot.mag;em.opt.V)

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  (2)B-V mag (n) [-0.06/2.11] The (B-V) color index (phot.color;em.opt.B;em.opt.V)
  (2)SpT (char) Spectral type (src.spType)
  (2)LC (char) Luminosity class (Ia, Iab, Ib, II, III, IV, V, or (V)=assumed LCV) (src.class.luminosity)
  (2)E(B-V)0 mag (n) [-0.33/-0.13] Reddening corrected (B-V) color excess (phot.color.excess)
  (2)VMag mag (n) [-6.9/-0.9] Reed (2003AJ....125.2531R) absolute V band magnitude (phys.magAbs;em.opt.V)
  (2+3)N   [1/380] Note identification number (2) (Note)   (meta.note)
  (3)f_Note (char) [r] Flag - Spectral type of star in literature probably wrong; Radio/IR ratio method indicates significantly different spectral type of ionizing source (meta.note)
  (3)Note (char) Additional comments on ionizing star(s) (meta.note)

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