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Details on Acronym:   [PKB99]
   [PKB99] (Prosser+Kennicutt+Bresolin+, 1999) Write:<<[PKB99] CNN>>
<<[PKB99] VNN>>
<<[PKB99] xxx.xx-yyy.yy>> N: 19+130+17 Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Note:HST WFPC2 observations of NGC 1326A
Table 5: (Nos C1-C19), N=19 cepheids
Tables 9-11: Secondary standard stars. Table 12: (Nos V1-V17), N=17 candidate V*
Figs 3, 4: Maps and Finding Charts. See also: [FHM94], [HST94], [KIF96], [FFH96], [SHM96], [GPF97], [RMM97], [FBK98], [HHH98], [PSF98], [TFS98], [GHS99], [KIS99], [SHF99], [GFF99], [MHS99], [SFK99], [GSF2000], [MHS2000] in source:NGC 1326A Ref:=1999ApJ...525...80P byPROSSER C.F. , KENNICUTT R.C.Jr, BRESOLIN F., SAHA A., SAKAI S., FREEDMAN W.L., MOULD J.R., FERRARESE L., FORD H.C., GIBSON B.K., GRAHAM J.A., HOESSEL J.G., HUCHRA J.P., HUGHES S.M., ILLINGWORTH G.D., KELSON D.D., MACRI L., MADORE B.F., SILBERMANN N.A., STETSON P.B. Astrophys. J., 525, 80-104 (1999) The Hubble space telescope key project on the extragalactic distance scale. XXII. The discovery of cepheids in NGC 1326A. oTable 5: <[PKB99] CNN> (Nos C1-C19). Tables 9-11: <[PKB99] xxx.xx-yyy.yy> N=52+58+20. Table 12: <[PKB99] VNN> (Nos V1-V17). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database