Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati H86b]$

Details on Acronym:   [H86b]
   [H86b] (Hawkins, 1986)= (HA) = (HB) = (MH) Write:<<[H86b] ANN>>
<<[H86b] BNN>> N: 41 Object:(UVX)  (SIMBAD class: UV = UV-emission Source) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:N=11 UVX objects in sample A, (Nos A1-A11). N=37 UVX objects in sample B, (Nos B1-B37). Some cross-id. between the two samples A and B are: A1 = B1, A2 = B2, A3 = B3, A4 = B4, A8 = B5, A9 = B6, A10 = B7, (A8 is erroneously named A7 in Table 2). Ref:=1986MNRAS.219..417H byHAWKINS M.R.S. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 219, 417-426 (1986) On the nature of objects detected as faint long-term variables. oTable 2: A8 is erroneously named A7. [H86b] A8 = [H86b] B5 oTable 2: <[H86b] ANN> and <[H86b] BNN> N=41 Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   HA
   HA (Hawkins, sample A) ***** Avoid the usage of HA, prefer [H86b] Originof the Acronym: L (Veron)
Details on Acronym:   HB
   HB (Hawkins, sample B) ***** Avoid the usage of HB, prefer [H86b] Originof the Acronym: L (Veron)
Details on Acronym:   MH
   MH (M. Hawkins) ***** Avoid the usage of MH, prefer [H86b] Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature