Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati EAD2007] SDSS$


Details on Acronym:   [EAD2007]
   [EAD2007] (Estrada+Annis+Diehl+, 2007) Write:<<[EAD2007] SDSS +DDD.d+DD.d+z.zz>>
<<[EAD2007] SDSS +DDD.ddd+DD.ddd+z.zz>>
<<[EAD2007] Arc Na>> N: 27+3+2 Object:Cluster of G + Grav. lensed image  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of Unknown Nature) Note:SDSS J014656.00-092952.5 cluster lens system: the giant Hall's Arc is divided in several arcs. in source:NAME Hall's Arc Ref:=2007ApJ...660.1176E byESTRADA J. , ANNIS J., DIEHL H.T., HALL P.B., LAS T., LIN H., MAKLER M., MERRITT K.W., SCARPINE V., ALLAM S., TUCKER D. Astrophys. J., 660, 1176-1185 (2007) A systematic search for high surface brightness giant arcs in a Sloan Digital Sky Survey cluster sample. oTable 1 : SDSS have a format DDD.ddd+DD.d+z (RA and Dec in °.) which has been translated by the SIMBAD team into the correct designations. Ex : SDSS +239.6+27.2+0.11 = SDSS J155832.09+271050.9. oTables 1-3: <[EAD2007] SDSS +DDD.ddd+DD.d+Z.zz> N=20+6+1. Tables 4, 5: <[EAD2007] Arc Na> (Nos 1-3, 1a-1b). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database