- Table 1:
Basic properties of the two galaxies surveyed, taken from:
NASA Extragalactic Database (NED) - 1, van den Bergh (2000) - 2,
Lee et al. (1993b) - 3, Han et al. (1997) - 4, and
Mateo (1998) - 5.
- Table 2:
Observing log, the exposure times were the same for both galaxies.
- Table 3:
Star counts for sample 2 of both galaxies and the mean
properties of the C star candidates identified in Fig. 4.
- Table A.1:
Example for the NGC 185 results, extracted from the full table, which
is available via CDS. Column 1 gives an ID number for every star, while Cols. 2 and 3 list the coordinates (J2000.0) in the form hhmmss.sss and
ddmmss.ss, respectively. A special flag F is given in Col. 4, which
denotes in which region of Fig. 4 the star falls ( c for
carbon stars, o for oxygen-rich stars, r for the rest), if it is
member of sample 2. If the flag F is u (for
unclassified), the star is from sample 1 and not included in the
smaller sample 2, which means it has only Vi-photometry. Columns
5-7 list the photometric results, i, V-i, TiO-CN.
The astrometric data may be afflicted with a systematic error of
introduced by the accuracy limits of the GSC reference stars
(Taff et al. 1990), the mean uncertainty of the MIDAS astrometric
solution is 0.05
rms (with a maximum of 0.11