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1991ApJS...76.1043P THE CASE LOW-DISPERSION NORTHERN SKY SURVEY. XII. A REGION IN SOUTHERN CANES VENATICI PETER PESCH, N. SANDULEAK, AND C. B. STEPHENSON Warner and Swasey Observatory, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH 44106 Received 1990 November 26; accepted 1991 February 13 ABSTRACT Positions, estimated magnitudes, and finding charts (when necessary) are provided for 194 blue and/or emission-line galaxies, 15 H II regions in seven galaxies, 157 unresolved blue and/or emission-line objects, including QSO candidates, and 32 known and suspected blue stars in a 107 deg^2^ region in Canes Venatici encompassed by 12_h_15_m_ < R.A. < 14_h_00_m_ and +33^deg^<Decl.<+38^deg^(1950). The objects, whose blue magnitudes are mostly within the range 15-18, were identified on low- dispersion objective-prism plates taken with the Burrell Schmidt telescope at Kitt Peak. Subject headings: galaxies: general - quasars - stars: faint blue ======================================================================== 1996ApJS..102B.435P ERRATA In the paper "The Case Low-Dispersion Northern Sky Survey. XII. A Region in Southern Canes Venatici" by Peter Pesch, N..Sanduleak, and C. B. Stephenson (ApJS, 76,1043(1991]), the finding chart (Fig. 4, Pl. [43]) for CG 1064 has the wrong object marked. CG 1064 is the bright galaxy due west of the object marked.
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