Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Details on Acronym:   MaC
   MaC (MacConnell) ***** Avoid the usage of MaC, prefer MacC Originof the Acronym: L (1998A&AS..133...81T)
Details on Acronym:   MacC
   MacC (MacConnell, 1968)= (MaC) Write:<<MacC AN>>
<<MacC WWNa>>
<<MacC NN>>
<<MacC HNN>>
<<MacC sHNN>>
<<MacC vNN>>
<<MacC svNN>>
<<MacC A>> N: 5+27+44+24+20+10+10+10 Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Note:Table 1: standard stars, format 'AN' (Nos A1-A5), or format 'WWNa' N=27
Table 3: N=44 stars, (Nos 1-44), supersedes [BW59]
Table 4A: N=24 Em*, format 'HNN', (Nos H1-H24), H stands for H-alpha
Table 4B: N=20 suspected Em*, format 'sHNN', (Nos sH1-sH20)
Table 6A: N=10 V*, format 'vNN', (Nos v1-v10)
Table 6B: N=10 suspected V*, format 'svNN', (Nos sv1-sv10)
Table 8: N=10 central stars of RfN, format 'A', (Nos A-J)
Identif. charts, See also ref. 1976ApJ...210..365C in source:NAME Cepheus IV Ref:=1968ApJS...16..275M byMacCONNELL D.J. Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 16, 275-298 (1968) A study of the Cepheus IV association. oTable 1: <MacC AN> (Nos A1-A5), <MacC WWNa> N=27, Table 3: <MacC NN> (Nos 1-44), superseded [BW59], Table 4A: <MacC HNN> (Nos H1-H24), Table 4B: <MacC sHNN> (Nos sH1-sH20), Table 6A: <MacC vNN> (Nos v1-v10), Table 6B: <MacC svNN> (Nos sv1-sv10), Table 8: <MacC A> (Nos A-J) Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature