Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati MCJ93]$

Details on Acronym:   [MCJ93]
   [MCJ93] (McMillan+Ciardullo+Jacoby, 1993) Write:<<[MCJ93] NGC NNNN NNN>>
<<[MCJ93] NGC NNNN a>> N: 105+19+72+11+47+9 Object:PN + *  (SIMBAD class: PlanetaryNeb = Planetary Nebula) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:NGC 1316, Table 3: PN (Nos 1-105), Table 7: Stars (Nos a-s). NGC 1399, Table 4: PN (Nos 1-72), Table 7: Stars (Nos a-k). NGC 1404, Table 5: PN (Nos 1-47), Table 7: Stars (Nos a-i). See also: Ford, [JCF89], [CJF89], [JCF90], [CJH91], [JCH96], [FCJ97], [CJF98] in source:NGC 1316 = For A in source:NGC 1399 in source:NGC 1404 Ref:=1993ApJ...416...62M byMcMILLAN R. , CIARDULLO R., JACOBY G.H. Astrophys. J., 416, 62-73 (1993) Planetary nebulae as standard candles. IX. The distance to the Fornax cluster. o<[MCJ93] NGC 1316 NNN> N=105, <[MCJ93] NGC 1316 a> N=19, <[MCJ93] NGC 1399 NN> N=72, <[MCJ93] NGC 1399 a> N=11, <[MCJ93] NGC 1404 NN> N=47, <[MCJ93] NGC 1404 a> N=9 =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/ApJ/416/62 Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database