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

Details on Acronym:   FJJ
   FJJ (Ford+Jacoby+Jenner) Write:<<FJJ NGC 147 N>>
<<FJJ NGC 147 a>>
<<FJJ NGC 147 R>>
<<FJJ NGC 185 N>>
<<FJJ NGC 185 a>>
<<FJJ NGC 185 R>> N: 5+6+4+5+7+8 Object:Obj.  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of Unknown Nature) Note:Table 2: format 'NGC 147 N', N=5 PN, format 'NGC 147 a', N=6 ref. * (Nos a-f). Table 3: format 'NGC 185 N', N=5 PN, format 'NGC 185 a', N=7 ref. * (Nos a-g). Table 9: format 'NGC 185 R', N=8 GCl (Nos I-VIII), format 'NGC 147 R', N=4 GCl (Nos I-IV). see also Ford in source:NGC 185 in source:NGC 147 Ref:=1977ApJ...213...18F byFORD H.C. , JACOBY G., JENNER D.C. Astrophys. J., 213, 18-26 (1977) Planetary nebulae in local group galaxies. IV. Identifications, positions and radial velocities of nebulae in NGC 147 and NGC 185. oFJJ NGC 185 g NOT = AGK3 +48 660 in SIMBAD oTable 2: <FJJ NGC 147 N> N=5, <FJJ NGC 147 a> N=6. Table 3: <FJJ NGC 185 N> N=5, <FJJ NGC 185 a> N=7. Table 9: <FJJ NGC 185 R> N=8, <FJJ NGC 147 R> N=4 Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature