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These identifiers correspond to the ESO/Uppsala Survey of the ESO(B) Atlas (1982). The identifier column (ESO) is associated with the following note: Note (1) : ESO designation is written FFF-oooNNN, where FFF = Field (plate) number, see file "plates.dat" ooo = Object class with * = star ** = double or multiple star SC = star cluster N = nebula A = ...


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An excellent page to get most or all names for a star is Simbad which also happens to know the Kepler IDs (KID). Ont the other hand, every of the RV data files contains info on the star's identifier it belongs to in the header, e.g: \STAR_ID='HD 4628' So using Simbad you should be able to do a cross-matching. SimBad allows scripted query and includes ...


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