Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati AO$

Details on Acronym:   AO
   AO (Arecibo obs., Occultation) Write:<<AO HHMM+DDA>> N: 35 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio Source) Note:Identif. charts. Ref:=1967ApJ...148..669H byHAZARD C. , GULKIS S., BRAY A.D. Astrophys. J., 148, 669-688 (1967) Lunar occultation studies of 5 weak radio sources of small angular size. oTable 1: <AO HHMM+DDA> N=6 Ref:=1968ApJ...154..413H byHAZARD C. , GULKIS S., SUTTON J. Astrophys. J., 154, 413-422 (1968) Occultation studies of weak radio sources: list 2. oTable 1: <AO HHMM+DDA> N=12 Ref:=1969ApJ...157.1047G byGULKIS S. , SUTTON J., HAZARD C. Astrophys. J., 157, 1047-1053 (1969) Arecibo occultation studies: list 3. oTable 1: <AO HHMM+DDA> N=11 Ref:=1970ApJ...160...17L byLANG K.R. , SUTTON J., HAZARD C., GULKIS S. Astrophys. J., 160, 17-23 (1970) Additional occultation studies of weak radio sources at Arecibo Observatory: list 4. oTable 1: <AO HHMM+DDA> N=10 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   AO
   AO (Allegheny Obs.) ***** Avoid the usage of AO, prefer Gat
Details on Acronym:   AO
   AO (Adaptative Optics) ***** Avoid the usage of AO, prefer [SCB99] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)

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