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Result of query: info cati EM96]$

Details on Acronym:   [EM96]
   [EM96] (Escalera+MacGillivray, 1996) Write:<<[EM96] OA>>
<<[EM96] COS-NNNN>> N: 3+25+19+267 Object:Region + super Cl + Cluster of G  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of Unknown Nature) Note:Table 11: N=3 voids, (Nos OA-OC). Table 12: the format 'COS-NNNN' is a numerotation of the authors, where 'COS' stands for Coordinates and Sizes' N=25 very large structures (among which N=6 ultra large) (Nos 0001-0025). N=19 superclusters, (Nos 0101-0119). N=267 cluster-sized structures, (Nos 1001-1267). among which N=134 compact cluster or association, N=91 ClG, and N=42 elongated intermediate structures. Ref:=1996A&AS..117..519E byESCALERA E. , MacGILLIVRAY H.T. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 117, 519-555 (1996) Detection of structures on multiple scales around the South Galactic Pole. A two-dimensional analysis of the COSMOS/UKST Southern Sky Galaxy Catalogue. oTable 11: <[EM96] OA> (Nos OA-OC). Table 12: <[EM96] COS-NNNN>, (Nos 0001-0025), (Nos 0101-0119), (Nos 1001-1267) =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+AS/117/519 Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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