either use the existing MAPS designations or if new acronyms are used, the designations should follow a similar format, namely MAPS-AA PFFF-NNNNNNN or MAPS-AAA PFFF-NNNNNNN or MAPS-AAAA PFFF-NNNNNNN where the POSS-I field number and O-emulsion "starnum" ID are used. The AA, AAA, or AAAA refers to the nature of the subfield, type of object, or to the initials of the authors' last names (and is unique - i.e. it does not already appear in the Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects). It is recommended that any such new acronyms be pre-registered with the IAU, using the form at http://cdsweb.u-strasbg.fr/viz-bin/DicForm.
, HUMPHREYS R.M., BEERS T.C.
Astron. J., 127, 1567-1578 (2004)
The asymmetric thick disk: a star-count and kinematic analysis. II. The kinematics.
oTable 4: <MAPS AFFF-NNNNNNN> N=741.
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