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

Details on Acronym:   PFP
   PFP (Pierce+Frew+Parker+) Write:<<PFP N>> N: 1 Object:PN  (SIMBAD class: PlanetaryNeb = Planetary Nebula) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:Imaging and spectroscopy of a previously unknown highly evolved PN, PFP 1 = PN G222.1+03.9 Ref:=2004PASA...21..334P byPIERCE M.J. , FREW D.J., PARKER Q.A., KOEPPEN J. Publications - Astron. Soc. Australia, 21, 334-343 (2004) PFP 1 : a large planetary nebula caught in the first stages of ISM interaction. o<PFP N> (No. 1). Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 6712 PFP
   Cl* NGC 6712 PFP (Paltrinieri+Ferraro+Paresce+) Write:<<Cl* NGC 6712 PFP NNNNN>> N: 113 Object:*inCl Ref:=2001AJ....121.3114P byPALTRINIERI B. , FERRARO F.R., PARESCE F., DE MARCHI G. Astron. J., 121, 3114-3126 (2001) VLT observations of the peculiar globular cluster NGC 6712. III. The evolved stellar population. oPar. 2.3 : PG 1528, 2213 and 2331 are respectively PG 1528+062, 1528+062, 2213-006 and 2331+055. In reflist, ref. Sandage & Smith, 1966, 866 misprint for 886 (1966ApJ...144..886S). oTable 2, col(1): <Cl* NGC 6712 BSS NNN> (Nos 1-108), <Cl* NGC 6712 EBSS N> (Nos 1-5) = Table 2, col(2): <Cl* NGC 6712 PFP NNNNN> N=113 among about 30000. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <J/AJ/121/3114/>