Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Details on Acronym:   B
   B (Barnard) ***** Avoid the usage of B, prefer Barnard Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   Barn
   Barn (Barnard) ====>Equivalent to: Barnard Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   Barnard
   Barnard (Barnard)= (B) = Barn Write:<<Barnard NNNA>> N: 370 Object:Dark Cloud  (SIMBAD class: DarkNeb = Dark Cloud (nebula)) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:(Nos 1-370), but some numbering 'NNNA' (or 'NNNa' in literature) are inserted in RA. Ref:=1919ApJ....49....1B byBARNARD E.E. Astrophys. J., 49, 1-24 (1919) On the dark markings of the sky, with a catalogue of 182 such objects. o(Erratum) + erratum vol. 49, p. 360 oCatalogue: <Barnard NNNA> (Nos 1-175), N=182. Ref:=1927Barn..C......0B byBARNARD E.E. Carnegie Inst. Washington D.C. Publ.,1927, 0-None (1927) A photographic Atlas of selected regions of the Milky Way. o<Barnard NNNA> N=349 among (Nos 1-370). Ref:=1988ApJ...324..311H byHEYER M.H. Astrophys. J., 324, 311-320 (1988) The magnetic evolution of the Taurus molecular clouds. II. A reduced role of the magnetic field in dense core regions. o(Erratum) + erratum vol. 329, 1039 oTable 2: <HCl 2A> (Nos 2A-2F), <HCl 2GN> Nos 2G1, 2G2, <Barnard NNNA> (Nos 217A-217G) and (Nos 18A-18I) Ref:=2013MNRAS.432.1424K byKIRK J.M. , WARD-THOMPSON D., PALMEIRIM P., ANDRE Ph., GRIFFIN M.J., HARGRAVE P.J., KONYVES V., BERNARD J.-P., NUTTER D.J., SIBTHORPE B., DI FRANCESCO J., ABERGEL A., ARZOUMANIAN D., BENEDETTINI M., BONTEMPS S., ELIA D., HENNEMANN M., HILL T., MEN'SHCHIKOV A., MOTTE F., NGUYEN-LUONG Q., PERETTO N., PEZZUTO S., RYGL K.L.J., SADAVOY S.I., SCHISANO E., SCHNEIDER N., TESTI L., WHITE G. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 432, 1424-1433 (2013) First results from the Herschel Gould Belt survey in Taurus. o<Barnard NNNA> (No. 18J) added. Figs 5: <[KWP2013] NNN> (Nos 1-115). =E=Catalogue in electronic form as VII/220 Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature