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Result of query: info cati H29] ANN$


Details on Acronym:   H
   H (Hubble) ***** Avoid the usage of H, prefer [H29] Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   [H29]
   [H29] (Hubble, 1929) Note:Tables I, II, III: (Nos 1-50), often quoted VNN in the literature. ***** Avoid the usage of [H29], prefer BASW
Details on Acronym:   [H29]
   [H29] (Hubble, 1929)= (H) = (Hubble) Write:<<[H29] NNN>> N: 100 Object:Nova  (SIMBAD class: Nova) Note:Tables IV, V: Format 'ANN': (N1-N86), 'N' for Nova. Nos 26, 36, 39 are rejected as novae, and the following omitted on the grounds that the preceding unobserved intervals are excessive: Nos 12, 13, 15, 24, 25, 38, 46, 47, 48, 53, and 73. in source:M 31 = NGC 224 Ref:=1929ApJ....69..103H byHUBBLE E. Astrophys. J., 69, 103-157 (1929) A spiral nebula as a stellar system, Messier 31. oTables I, II, III: [H29] VNN use <BASW NN> (Nos 1-50). Tables IV, V: <[H29] ANN> N=63 among (Nos N1-N86). Ref:=1931PASP...43..217M byMAYALL N.U. PASP, 43, 217 (1931) Recent novae in the Great Spiral Nebula in Andromeda (M 31). oTable 2: <[H29] ANNN> (Nos N87-N100) added. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   Hubble
   Hubble (Hubble) ***** Avoid the usage of Hubble, prefer [H29] Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature

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