Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Details on Acronym:   SC2
   SC2 (Sandage+Carlson, 2nd paper) ***** Avoid the usage of SC2, prefer [SC85] Originof the Acronym: L (1994A&A...287..371P)
Details on Acronym:   [SC85]
   [SC85] (Sandage+Carlson, 1985)= (SC2) Write:<<[SC85] SNN>>
<<[SC85] NN>>
<<[SC85] a>>
<<[SC85] VNN>> N: 15+76+14+10 Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Note:Table I: Standards in the field of Sextans B
format 'SNN' where S stands for Standard,as in Plate 81
N=15 among (Nos S2-S50)
Table II: program * in Sextans B, format 'NN', N=76 among (Nos 1-85)
Table IV: comparison *, format 'a', (Nos a-o), j missing
Table V, VI, Plate 83: V* in Sextans B, (Nos V1-V10)
Maps in Plates 81-83
See also: [SK76], [S83], [S84b], [SC84c], [SC85b], [SC86], [SC88], [SCK96], and outside the series: [HS80], [SC82], [PCP94] in source:Sextans B = DDO 70 Ref:=1985AJ.....90.1019S bySANDAGE A. , CARLSON G. Astron. J., 90, 1019-1026 (1985) The brightest stars in nearby galaxies. V. Cepheids and the brightest stars in the dwarf galaxy Sextans B compared with those in Sextans A. oTable I: <[SC85] SNN> N=15 among (Nos S2-S50). Table II: <[SC85] NN> N=76 among (Nos 1-85). Table IV: <[SC85] a> (Nos a-o), j missing. Table V: <[SC85] VNN> (Nos V1-V10) Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database