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

Details on Acronym:   CJF
   CJF (Caltech-Jodrell bank Flat spectrum) Write:<<CJF BHHMM+DDd>> N: 293 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio Source) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:Table 1: format 'BHHMM+DDd' given in 1950 eq. coord., and then col.(2) and (3) 2000 coordinates Ref:=1996ApJS..107...37T byTAYLOR G.B. , VERMEULEN R.C., READHEAD A.C.S., PEARSON T.J., HENSTOCK D.R., WILKINSON P.N. Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 107, 37-68 (1996) A complete flux-density-limited VLBI survey of 293 flat-spectrum radio sources. oTable 1: <CJF BHHMM+DDd> N=293 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 330 CJF
   Cl* NGC 330 CJF (Carney+Janes+Flower) Write:<<Cl* NGC 330 CJF A>>
<<Cl* NGC 330 CJF NNNN # 4 digits>> N: 19+108+104+118+99 Object:*inCl Rem:T.III: always a 4 digits format, the first digit stands for
quadrant 1 to 4. Ref:=1985AJ.....90.1196C byCARNEY B.W. , JANES K.A., FLOWER P.J. Astron. J., 90, 1196-1210 (1985) The young SMC cluster NGC 330. oTable I: <Cl* NGC 330 CJF A> (Nos A-S). Table III: <Cl* NGC 330 CJF NNNN> Nos among (Nos 1001-1108, 2053-2104, 3000-3118, 4051-4099).