Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati RLM94] HHMM+DDdA$



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Details on Acronym:   [RLM94]
   [RLM94] (Rottgering+Lacy+Miley+, 1994)= (USS) Write:<<[RLM94] HHMM+DDd>>
<<[RLM94] HHMM+DDdA>>
<<[RLM94] HHMM+DDd N>>
<<[RLM94] HHMM+DDd Nc>> N: 605+1155 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:'[RLM94] HHMM+DDd' is the source name, N=605
Component designators: 'HHMM+DDdA': a letter indicates that the object is a bright serendipitous source visible in the VLA map in a 4'x4' region surrounding the source. 'HHMM+DDd N': a number indicates that the component belongs to the main central radio-source. 'HHMM+DDd Nc': The letter 'c' (format not used in SIMBAD) indicates that the 'Nc' component is the likely core component. Ref:=1994A&AS..108...79R byROETTGERING H.J.A. , LACY M., MILEY G.K., CHAMBERS K.C., SAUNDERS R. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 108, 79-141 (1994) Samples of ultra-steep spectrum radio sources. o<[RLM94] HHMM+DDd>, <[RLM94] HHMM+DDdA>, <[RLM94] HHMM+DDd N>, <[RLM94] HHMM+DDd Nc>, N=605. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+AS/108/79 Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   USS
   USS (Ultra-Steep Spectrum) ***** Avoid the usage of USS, prefer [RLM94] Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature

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