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Details on Acronym:   EIS
   EIS (ESO Imaging Survey) ***** Avoid the usage of EIS, prefer [ZHM99] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   [ZHM99]
   [ZHM99] (Zaggia+Hook+Mendes+, 1999)= (EIS) Write:<<[ZHM99] EIS VLM NN>>
<<[ZHM99] EIS VLMB NN>>
<<[ZHM99] EIS VLMI NN>>
<<[ZHM99] EIS WD NN>>
<<[ZHM99] EIS QSO NN>>
<<[ZHM99] EIS QSOB NNN>>
<<[ZHM99] EIS QLZ NN>> N: 18+22+14+32+70+126+48 Object:* + QSO  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of Unknown Nature) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:Preliminary list of potential interesting point-like sources in the EIS (ESO Imaging Survey) survey, near the SGP. Tables 2, 3, 4: very low-mass candidates (VLM), with B-dropout (VLMB), detected in I (VLMI). Table 5: WD candidates. Tables 6, 7, 8: QSO candidates (QSO), with B-dropout (QSOB), with low redshift (QLZ) See also EIS. Ref:=1999A&AS..137...75Z byZAGGIA S. , HOOK I., MENDEZ R., DA COSTA L., OLSEN L.F., NONINO M., WICENEC A., BENOIST C., DEUL E., ERBEN T., GUARNIERI M.D., HOOK R., PRANDONI I., SCODEGGIO M., SLIJKHUIS R., WICHMANN R. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 137, 75-81 (1999) ESO Imaging Survey. IV. Multicolor analysis of point-like objects toward the South Galactic Pole. oTable 2: <[ZHM99] EIS VLM NN> (Nos 1-18). Table 3: <[ZHM99] EIS VLMB NN> (Nos 1-22). Table 4: <[ZHM99] EIS VLMI NN> (Nos 1-14). Table 5: <[ZHM99] EIS WD NN> (Nos 1-32). Table 6: <[ZHM99] EIS QSO NN> (Nos 1-70). Table 7: <[ZHM99] EIS QSOB NNN> (Nos 1-126). Table 8: <[ZHM99] EIS QLZ NN> (Nos 1-48). =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+AS/137/75 Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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