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

Details on Acronym:   K
   K (Kiso obs.) ***** Avoid the usage of K, prefer KUV Originof the Acronym: L (1986AJ.....91..139W)
Details on Acronym:   KUV
   KUV (Kiso obs., UV-excess obj.)= (K) Write:<<KUV HHMMm+DDMMA>>
<<KUV FFFF-NNNA>> N: 1186 Object:UV Obj. + WD + UV Exc. Obj.  (SIMBAD class: UV = UV-emission Source) Note:Rounded (not truncated) 1950 coord.
Proper motions for N=81 KUV objects in 1982PASJ...34..407N.
Spectral types of 959 objects in the KUV survey are given in several ref.: 1985AJ.....90.1511W, 1986AJ.....91..139W, 1987AJ.....94.1271W, 1988AJ.....96.1933W, 1990AJ.....99..330W, 1990AJ....100.1274W, 1993AJ....105..660W, 1993AJ....106..390W, 1994AJ....108.2025D.
Identif. charts are in ref. 1984AnTok..20..130K. Ref:=1980AnTok..18...55N byNOGUCHI T. , MAEHARA H., KONDO M. Ann. Tokyo Astron. Obs., 18, 55-70 (1980) A search for ultraviolet-excess objects. oN=588 KUV in 22 fields oTable 2: <KUV HHMMm+DDMM> = <KUV FFFF-NNN>, N=588 Ref:=1984AnTok..20..130K byKONDO M. , NOGUCHI T., MAEHARA H. Ann. Tokyo Astron. Obs., 20, 130-189 (1984) A search for ultraviolet-excess objects. II. oFinding charts of KUV in 1980AnTok..18...55N. oTable 2: <KUV HHMMm+DDMM> = <KUV FFFF-NN>, N=598 =E=Catalogue in electronic form as II/106 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)