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Astron. Astrophys. 338, L91-L94 (1998)

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1. Introduction

In this work we present spectroscopic observations of the emission line star SPH 2, first recognized as an H[FORMULA] emission object after a objective prism survey of Schwartz et al., 1990. The equatorial coordinates of SPH 2 are [FORMULA](1950.0) = 07h 18m [FORMULA] and [FORMULA](1950.0) = [FORMULA]. Finding chart is found in Schwartz et al. (1990). This star was discovered as a new nitrogen Wolf-Rayet (WN) star in the framework of the spectroscopy survey of some H[FORMULA] emission line objects in the southern hemisphere. This survey aims to analyze and classify emission-line stars not yet spectroscopically observed. The V magnitude was derived convolving the calibrated spectra with a V filter profile, giving 15.0.

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Online publication: September 17, 1998
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