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Result of query: info cati PKP2003]$

Details on Acronym:   [PKP2003]
   [PKP2003] (Pustilnik+Kniazev+Pramskij+, 2003)= (SAO) Write:<<[PKP2003] SAO 0822+3545>>
<<[PKP2003] SAO 0822+3545 SN>>
<<[PKP2003] SAO 0822+3545 a>>
<<[PKP2003] HS 0822+3542 a>> N: 1+2+9+6 Object:G + Part of G  (SIMBAD class: PartofG = Part of a Galaxy) Note:SAO RAS and NOT telescopes observations of the field around HS 0822+3542.
Discovery of a very blue LSB dwarf irregular galaxy named 'SAO 0822+3545' by the authors.
In the image of SAO 0822+3545: N=9 knots a to i, and N=2 faint objects S1 and S2, probably background galaxies.
In the image of HS 0822+3542: N=6 knots a to f. Ref:=2003A&A...409..917P byPUSTILNIK S.A. , KNIAZEV A.Y., PRAMSKIJ A.G., UGRYUMOV A.V., MASEGOSA J. Astron. Astrophys., 409, 917-932 (2003) Starburst in HS 0822+3542 induced by the very blue LSB dwarf SAO 0822+3545. oFig. 1 : Anon J0825+3534 = 2MASX1 J0825440+353459. oTable 5: <[PKP2003] SAO 0822+3545> N=1. Fig.3: <[PKP2003] SAO 0822+3545 SN> (Nos S1-S2), <[PKP2003] SAO 0822+3545 a> (Nos a-i). Fig.5: <[PKP2003] HS 0822+3542 a> (Nos a-f>. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   SAO
   SAO (Smithsonian Astrophysical Obs.) ***** Avoid the usage of SAO, prefer [PKP2003] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)

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