Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati RASSCALS SRGaNNN$



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 . Not. R. Astron. Soc., 442, 196-206 (2014)
    Star formation in the massive cluster merger Abell 2744.

oThe good reference for Owers 2012 is 2012ApJ...750L..23O. COSMOS-CL1 is not    in Simbad (not enough information).
oTable 1: <[RAE2014b] HLS JHHMMSS+DDMMSS> N=22, <[RAE2014b] MIP JHHMMSS+DDMMSS>    N=4, <[RAE2014b] GLX JHHMMSS+DDMMSS> N=27.
 Auth.:RAWLE T.D.+

Details on Acronym:   RAFGL
   RAFGL (Revised Air Force Geophys. Lab.)= (AF) = AFGL = AFCRL = CRL = (GL) Write:<<RAFGL NNNN>>
<<RAFGL NNNNS>> N: 5625+2477 Object:(IR)  (SIMBAD class: IR = Infra-Red source) Note:1972, AFCRL-TR-0588 and private communication, Walker and Price, Preliminary results, format 'NNN-NNNN' not used.
1973, AFCRL-TR-73-0371, Low, Ground-b ased infrared measurements: final report.
Sometimes found as 'UOA' (University of Arizona).
1975, AFCRL-TR-75-0373, Walker and Price, Research Laboratory Infrared Sky Survey, vol. 1: (AFCRL). Followed and improved by the catalog AFGL, most of the sources have been later confirmed in the AFGL catalogue.
1976, AFGL-TR-76-0208, Price and Walker, The AFGL Four Color Infrared SKY Survey: (AFGL). Contains most of the AFCRL with the same number, and 306 new sources of the southern hemisphere, numbered 4001 to 4306.
1977, AFGL-TR-77-0160, Price, The AFGL four color infrared sky survey: supplemental catalogue. format 'NNNNS' where 'S'

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