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Result of query: info cati CJH91]$

Details on Acronym:   [CJH91]
   [CJH91] (Ciardullo+Jacoby+Harris, 1991) Write:<<[CJH91] NGC 1023 NNN>>
<<[CJH91] NGC 891 NN>>
<<[CJH91] NGC 1023 a>>
<<[CJH91] NGC 891 a>> N: 110+33+25+11 Object:PN + *  (SIMBAD class: PlanetaryNeb = Planetary Nebula) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:Table 2: N=110 PN in NGC 1023 Table 3: N=33 PN in NGC 891 Table 5: N=25 standard stars (Nos a-y) in NGC 1023, and N=11 standard stars (Nos a-k) in NGC 891 See also: Ford, [JCF89], [CJF89], [JCF90], [MCJ93], [JCH96], [FCJ97], [CJF98] in source:NGC 1023 in source:NGC 891 Ref:=1991ApJ...383..487C byCIARDULLO R. , JACOBY G.H., HARRIS W.E. Astrophys. J., 383, 487-497 (1991) Planetary nebulae as standard candles. VII. A test versus Hubble type in the NGC 1023 group. oTables 2, 3, 5 not in SIMBAD oTable 2: <[CJH91] NGC 1023 NNN> (Nos 1-110). Table 3: <[CJH91] NGC 891 NN> (Nos 1-33). Table 5: <[CJH91] NGC 1023 a> (Nos a-y), <[CJH91] NGC 891 a> (Nos a-k). =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/ApJ/383/487 Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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