Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects (Last update: 24-Jan-2023)
Result of query: info cati PSO$
Details on Acronym: PS1 PS1 (Pan-STARRS Telescope #1)
***** Avoid the usage of PS1, prefer PSOOriginof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature Details on Acronym: PSO PSO (Pan-STARRS Object)= (PS1)
N: about 1010Object:? (SIMBAD class: Optical = Optical Source)
Note:The Pan-STARRS project has deployed the PS1 telescope, and will deploy the full PS4 system by 2011. The project will detect billions of objects over 3π steradian and will visit each patch of the sky hundreds of times resulting in a huge database. The Pan-STARRS project is currently surveying the sky north of Dec -30 and will produce an astrometric/photometric catalog with more than 10 billion entries. There will be an eventual database name, but this designation will offer a shorter, consistent nomenclature for discoveries off of Pan-STARRS images. See http://pan-starrs.ifa.hawaii.eduRef:=arXiv:1612.05560
, et al.
yCat, 2349, 0 (2017)
The Pan-STARRS release 1 (PS1) Survey - DR1.
o<PSO JDDD.dddd+DD.dddda> N=1919106885. TONRY J.
=E=Catalogue in electronic form as <II/349/>
Originof the Acronym: p = Pre-registered to IAU Comm.5 Details on Acronym: Cl* Berkeley 59 PSO Cl* Berkeley 59 PSO (Pandey+Sharma+Ogura+)
Write:<<Cl* Berkeley 59 PSO NNNN>>
, SHARMA S., OGURA K., OJHA D.K., CHEN W.P., BHATT B.C., GHOSH S.K.
Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 383, 1241-1258 (2008)
Stellar contents and star formation in the young star cluster Be 59.
oTable 2: <Cl* Berkeley 59 PSO NNNN> (Nos 1-5944). Table 3: <Cl* Berkeley 59 PSOHA NN> (Nos 1-48).
=E=Catalogue in electronic form as <J/MNRAS/383/1241/>