Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects (Last update: 29-Mar-2023)
Result of query: info cati D75b] Star$
Details on Acronym: D D (Dolidze)
***** Avoid the usage of D, prefer [D75b]Originof the Acronym: L (1999A&AS..134..255K) Details on Acronym: [D75b] [D75b] (Dolidze, 1975)= (D)
Write:<<[D75b] Star NN>>
<<[D75b] Em* HH+NNN>>
<<[D75b] Cl* NN>>
<<[D75b] G NN>>
Object:* + Cluster of * + G (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of Unknown Nature)
Note:Table 4: N=91 S, C, and MS stars, (Nos 1-91). Table 5: N=1174 Em*. In the format, the '+' sign is used for emission objects already known (with a cross-id.), the'-' sign for new objects, without other id. Table 8: N=11 probable cluster of stars. Table 9: N=13 emssion galaxies. Finding charts coordinates and cross-id. in 2001IBVS.5185....1S.
Byull. Abastumanskaya Astrofiz. Obs., 47, 3-144 (1975)
The lists of S, C, MS stars and emission objects revealed in red light observations.
oTable 4: <[D75b] Star NN> (Nos 1-91). Table 5: <[D75b] Em* HH+NNN> N=1174. Table 8: <[D75b] Cl* NN> (Nos 1-11). Table 9: <[D75b] G NN> (Nos 1-13).
=E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/other/IBVS/5185Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database