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

Details on Acronym:   Cohen
   Cohen (Cohen) ***** Avoid the usage of Cohen, prefer RNO
Details on Acronym:   R
   R (Red nebulous obj.) ***** Avoid the usage of R, prefer RNO Originof the Acronym: L (1999A&AS..139..257L)
Details on Acronym:   RNO
   RNO (Red Nebulous Obj.)= (Cohen) = (R) Write:<<RNO NNNa>>
<<RNO NNNA>> N: 150+28 Object:Red Neb. Obj.  (SIMBAD class: ISM = Interstellar Medium Object) Note:(Nos 1-150). When more than one star is present, format NNNb and f denote Brighter and fainter component, N and S are similarly used to distinguish between stars in pairs. No identif. charts
Accurate positions, photographs and proper motions are given in ref. 1984AJ.....89.1404J Northern POSS. Ref:=1980AJ.....85...29C byCOHEN M. Astron. J., 85, 29-35 (1980) Red and nebulous objects in dark clouds: a survey. oTables I,II: <RNO NNN> (Nos 1-150), <RNO NNNb>, <RNO NNNf>, <RNO NNNW> N=13 Ref:=1984AJ.....89.1404J byJONES B.F. , COHEN M., SIRK M., JARRETT R. Astron. J., 89, 1404-1407 (1984) The proper motions of Herbig-Haro objects. IV. RNO 40 and 43. o<RNO NNa> (Nos 43a to 43d) added Ref:=1991A&A...244L..13S bySTAUDE H.J. , NECKEL Th. Astron. Astrophys., 244, 13-16 (1991) RNO 1B - a new FUor in Cassiopeia. o<RNO NNNA> Nos 1B and 1C Ref:=1993ApJ...411..767W byWEINTRAUB D.A. , KASTNER J. Astrophys. J., 411, 767-772 (1993) The exciting young stellar object for the molecular outflow at the core of L 1287. oEmbedded YSO is later designated as RNO 1G (2007ApJ...658..487Q). oFig.1: <RNO 1A> (Nos 1D, 1F) added. Ref:=2007ApJ...658..487Q byQUANZ S.P. , HENNING T., BOUWMAN J., LINZ H., LAHUIS F. Astrophys. J., 658, 487-497 (2007) Deeply embedded objects and shocked molecular hydrogen: the environment of the FU Orionis stars RNO 1B/1C. oTable 2: <[QHB2007] RNO1 IRAC N> (Nos 1-3). Table 2: <RNO 1A> (No. 1G) added.