Discovery of a New Nearby Star

@article{Teegarden2003DiscoveryOA,
  title={Discovery of a New Nearby Star},
  author={Bonnard J. Teegarden and Steven H. Pravdo and M. D. Hicks and Stuart Shaklan and Kevin R. Covey and Oliver J. Fraser and Suzanne L. Hawley and Thomas McGlynn and I. N. Reid},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={589}
}
We report the discovery of a nearby star with a very large proper motion of 505 ± 003 yr-1. The star is called SO 025300.5+165258 and referred to herein as a high proper motion star (HPMS). The discovery came as a result of a search of the SkyMorph database, a sensitive and persistent survey that is well suited for finding stars with high proper motions. There are currently only seven known stars with proper motions greater than 5'' yr-1. The spectrum and measured tangential velocity indicate… 
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