Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati GCD95]$

Details on Acronym:   [GCD95]
   [GCD95] (Gaume+Claussen+De Pree+, 1995)= (Sgr) Write:<<[GCD95] ASS.sss>> N: 24 Object:HII  (SIMBAD class: HIIReg = HII Region) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:The authors used a new format which combine the old format used in [BJ84] with a new naming scheme: format ' ASS.sss', the letter 'A' as the same convention as the previous lettering, and 'SS.sss' are the seconds of right ascension of the source. For ex.: a newly detected component near the Sgr B2 F region ([BJ84] F) having a right ascension of 17h44m10.27 would have a format of 'F10.27'. See [BJ84] in source:NAME Sgr B2 Ref:=1995ApJ...449..663G byGAUME R.A. , CLAUSSEN M.J., DE PREE C.G., GOSS W.M., MEHRINGER D.M. Astrophys. J., 449, 663-673 (1995) The Sagittarius B2 star-forming region. I. Sensitive 1.3 centimeter continuum observations. oTable 2: <[BJ84] K6> N=1 added. Table 2: <[GCD95] ASS.ss> N=23 Ref:=1998ApJ...500..847D byDE PREE C.G. , GOSS W.M., GAUME R.A. Astrophys. J., 500, 847-852 (1998) Ionized gas in Sagittarius B2 main on scales of 0.065 arcsecond (600 AU). oTable 1: <[GCD95] F10.38> N=1 added. Table 1: <[BJ84] FNa> (Nos F1a-F1g, F2a-F2d, F3a-F3e, F4a-F4c). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   Sgr
   Sgr (Sagittarius) ***** Avoid the usage of Sgr, prefer [GCD95] Originof the Acronym: L (1999PASP..111.1049G)