Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati S84b]$

Details on Acronym:   S
   S (Sandage) ***** Avoid the usage of S, prefer [S84b] Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   [S84b]
   [S84b] (Sandage, 1984)= (S) Write:<<[S84b] Ho IX NN>>
<<[S84b] M 81 NNNa>>
<<[S84b] M 81 RNNNN>>
<<[S84b] M 81 RNNNNF>>
<<[S84b] M 81 IN>>
<<[S84b] A>> m 81%f I8 N: 41+31+21 Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Note:Table II: bright * in Ho IX, format 'Ho IX NN', (Nos 1-41), identical to [GTK91] NN (Nos 1-41)
Table III: brightest blue * in M 81, format 'M 81 NNNa', N=31 among N>607
Table III: brightest red * in M 81, format 'M 81 RNNNF', N=21 among N>1258
Table III: blue variables * in M 81, format 'M 81 IN' N=8, and format 'M 81 B' N=1.
Other variables form M 81 are found in list Sandage (cited in 1988ApJ...332L..63F).
See also: [SK76], [S83], [S84c], [SC85], [SC85b], [S86], [SC88], [SCK96], and outside the series: [HS80] and [SC82] in source:Holmberg IX in source:M 81 = NGC 3031 Ref:=1984AJ.....89..621S bySANDAGE A. Astron. J., 89, 621-629 (1984) The brightest stars in nearby galaxies. III. The color-magnitude diagram for the brightest red and blue stars in M 81 and Holmberg IX. oTable II: <[S84b] Ho IX NN> N=41. Table III: <[S84b] M 81 NNNa> N=31, <[S84b] M 81 RNNNF> N=21, <[S84b] M 81 IN> N=8, <[S84b] M 81 B> N=1 Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database