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Result of query: info cati RB73b] 3C 465$



Details on Acronym:   [RB73b]
   [RB73b] (Riley+Branson, 1973) Write:<<[RB73b] 3C 382 A>>
<<[RB73b] 3C 452 A>>
<<[RB73b] 3C 465 A>> N: 4+3+8 Object:Radio component  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio Source) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:For 3C 465 see also [R75b]. in source:3C 382 in source:3C 452 in source:3C 465 = 4C 26.64 Ref:=1973MNRAS.164..271R byRILEY J.M. , BRANSON N.J.B.A. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 164, 271-287 (1973) New observations of 3C 382, 3C 452 and 3C 465 at 2.7 and 5 GHz. oTable I, Fig.1: <[RB73b] 3C 382 A> (Nos A-D). Table II, Fig.3: <[RB73b] 3C 452 A> (Nos A-C). Table IV, Fig.6: <[RB73b] 3C 465 A> (Nos A-E). Ref:=1975MNRAS.170...53R byRILEY J.M. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 170, 53-79 (1975) The structure and properties of 4C radio sources in Abell clusters -I. oTable II: <[R75b] 4C DD.NN A> N=34, <[R75b] 4C 26.64 A> = <[RB73b] 3C 465 A> (Nos A-H), (Nos F-H) added. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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