Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati AHB74] V$


Details on Acronym:   [AHB74]
   [AHB74] (Akyol+Hidajat+Balazs+, 1974) (Not yet in Simbad) Write:<<[AHB74] Red NN>>
<<[AHB74] M NNN>>
<<[AHB74] C NN>>
<<[AHB74] V NN>> N: 492 Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Note:Appendix I to IV: Spectral survey of IR stars,
N=37 reddened early type stars, format 'Red NN', (format 'App I NN' for the authors),
N=369 M type stars, format 'M NNN', (format 'App II NNN' for the authors),
N=54 Carbon stars, format 'C NN', (format 'App III NN' for the authors),
N=32 Variable stars, format 'V NN'. (format 'App IV NN' for the authors), Ref:=1974A&AS...18..427A byAKYOL M.U. , HIDAJAT B., BALAZS L.G., VOELCKER K. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 18, 427-445 (1974) A photographic search for red stars in Aquila-Cygnus. o= 1974CoBos.55 Authors use formats 'App I NNN' to 'App IV NNN' whe re App stands for Appendix, instead of those used in SIMBAD. oAppendix I: <[AHB74] Red NN> (Nos 1-37). Appendix II: <[AHB74] M NNN> (Nos 1-369). Appendix III: <[AHB74] C NN> (Nos 1-54). Appendix IV: <[AHB74] V NN> (Nos 1-32). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database