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

Details on Acronym:   ESO
   ESO (European Southern Obs.) ***** Avoid the usage of ESO, prefer Ruiz Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   Ruiz
   Ruiz (Ruiz)= (ESO) Write:<<Ruiz FFF-NNNA>>
<<Ruiz FFF-NNNW>> Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Note:Since 1988 (see 1988Msngr..53...36R), the authors use the ESO survey plates, and in the format, 'FFF' stands for ESO areas. We take 3 ref. in literature as examples of this designation. Ref:=1988ApJ...335L..15R byRUIZ M.T. , MAZA J. Astrophys. J., 335, 15-17 (1988) ESO 439-162/163: a common proper motion binary formed by a magnetic DQ and a DC type white dwarf. o<Ruiz FFF-NNN>, N=2: Ruiz 439-162, Ruiz 439-163 Ref:=1990AJ.....99..995R byRUIZ M.T. , MAZA J. Astron. J., 99, 995-1003 (1990) Proper-motion survey. I. Common-proper-motion systems in ESO areas 439 and 440. oTable I: <Ruiz FFF-NNNA> N=32 Ref:=1993AJ....106.2575R byRUIZ M.T. , TAKAMIYA M.Y., MENDEZ R., MAZA J., WISCHNJEWSKY M. Astron. J., 106, 2575-2579 (1993) Proper motions in the southern ESO areas 207, 439, and 440. oTables 2, 3, 4: Don't use numbering in col.(1) oTables 2, 3, 4, col. (2): <Ruiz FFF-NNN> Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database