This work is based upon α(16)A(9)-photometry fot 2 Planets, 11 Wolf-Rayet stars and 7 Planetary Nebulae. The results show anomalous α(16) and A(9)-indices for these objects. Thus, they are photometrically peculiar in this system. The main results are:
1) Callisto, Jupiter IV, shows ot(16) and A(9)-indices which can be considered as excellent representatives of solar type stars (G2 V).
2) Uranus and Neptune have anomalous A(9)-index, because of a spectral feature in absorption around λ 7805 Å, most likely due to a carbon compound. Thus, they are off the main sequence in the a(16)A(9)-array.
3) The Hα-line is possibly stronger in Uranus (marginal) and Neptune than in the Sun.
4) Wolf-Rayet stars have anomalous α(16)-inder, because of an extremely wide He II-line (λ 6560 Å), lack of hydrogen and the presence of spectral emission features that fall in the continuum used to determine this index.
5) Most WC stars have anomalous A(9)-index, because the presence of spectral emission features in the short wavelength continuum that defines this index.
6) Some W-R stars show variations in the strength of He II-line (λ 6560 Å).
7) Most WC stars are separated from WN stars in the α(16)A(9)-array.
8) Planetary Nebulae have anomalous α(16)-index, because the continuum around the hydrogen line is probably contaminated by [N II]-lines at λ 6548 Å and λ 6583 Å.
9) Planetary Nebulae have anomalous A(9)-index, because the short wavelength continuum is heavily contaminated by the [Ar III]-line at λ 7751 Å.
10) Planetary Nebulae lie far apart from all kind of stellar objects in the α(16)A(9)-diagram.