Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
(Last update: 22-Oct-2021)

Result of query: info cati WSTB$
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 Auth.:SAZONOV S.Y.+
=E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+AS/129/1

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   W (Wood) ***** Avoid the usage of W, prefer WBP Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
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   W (Weinberger) ***** Avoid the usage of W, prefer Weinberger
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   W (Weistrop) ***** Avoid the usage of W, prefer Weis
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   W (Willmer+) Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature byWILLMER C.N.A. , FOCARDI P., CHAN R., PELLEGRINI P.S., DA COSTA L.N. Astron. J., 101, 57-65 (1991) Studies of nearby poor clusters: A3574 and S753. oTable 1 : <[WFC91] ACO 3574 NNN> N=108. Table 2: <[WFC91] ACO S 753 NNN> N=114
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   W (Wichmann+) ***** Avoid the usage of W, prefer [WKS96] Originof the Acronym: L (1999A&A...346..878M)
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   W (Wol) f ***** Avoid the usage of W, prefer Wolf Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
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   W (Wray) ***** Avoid the usage of W, prefer Wray
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   W (Westerbork radio telescope) ***** Avoid the usage of W, prefer WSRTGP
Details on Acronym:   WO'D
   WO'D (Walker O'Donoghue) Auth.:HARRIS D.E.+
Details on Acronym:   14W
   14W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 14) Write:<<WSTB 14WNNNA>> N: 145 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:Table II to X: sources 14W (Nos 1-145) in clusters ACO 401, 1446, 1452, 1775, 2220, 2250, 2255, and 2306. Fig. 1 to 11: contour maps of a few extended sources. Ref:=1980A&AS...39..215H byHARRIS D.E. , KAPAHI V.K., EKERS R.D. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 39, 215-233 (1980) Westerbork synthesis observations of 8 clusters of galaxies which contain tailed radio galaxies. oTable II to X: <WSTB 14WNNNW> (Nos 1-145) N=150 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   15W
   15W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 15) Write:<<WSTB 15WNN>> N: 12 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:PhD Thesis, 1980 Auth.:KOTANYI C.G. Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   16W
   16W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 16) Write:<<WSTB 16WNNA>> N: 11 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Ref:=1979A&A....74..156K byKOTANYI C.G. Astron. Astrophys., 74, 156-160 (1979) Radio observations of NG C 3665: an elliptical galaxy with a dust lane. oTable 4: <WSTB 16WNNA> (Nos 1-11) N=13 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   17W
   17W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 17) Write:<<WSTB 17WNN>> N: 12 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:Table 1: (Nos 1-12) Table 2: identif. of sources 17W with galaxy Fig. 2: finding charts of the 12 detected galaxies Ref:=1979A&A....72....1G byGAVAZZI G. Astron. Astrophys., 72, 1-11 (1979) A Westerbork Survey of rich clusters of galaxies. oTable 1: <WSTB 17WNN> (Nos 1-12). Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   18W
   18W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 18) Write:<<WSTB 18WNN>> N: 24 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:Fig.3: Finding charts Ref:=1980A&A....84..228G byGAVAZZI G. , PEROLA G.C. Astron. Astrophys., 84, 228-236 (1980) A Westerbork survey of rich clusters of galaxie s. XII. Observations of A 2197 and A 2199 at 610 MHz. oTable 2: <WSTB 18WNN> (Nos 1-24) Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   19W
   19W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 19) Write:<<WSTB 19WNNN>> N: 123 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:Detected sources near the galactic Centre at 1415MHz. 19W 32 = PN G359.2+01.2 = PK 359+01 3. 19W 43 is a poss. PN in 1992, Acker+ catalog Ref:=1979A&AS...36..323W byWOUTERLOOT J.G.A. , DECKER E. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 36, 323-330 (1979) The detection of planetary n TGERT J.K. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+A/35/393 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   20W
   20W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 20) Write:<<WSTB 20WNN>> N: 33 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Ref:=1979A&A....73...54P byPEROLA G.C. , VALENTIJN E.A. Astron. Astrophys., 73, 54-66 (1979) A Westerbork Survey of rich clusters of galaxies. IX. The radio luminosity functio n of the Hercules Supercluster at 610 MHz. oTable 2 misprint 3C 390.1 is 309.1 oTable 4: <WSTB 20WNNa> (Nos 1-33) N=36 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   [W2001]
   [W2001] (Walter, 2001)= [W2001a] Write:<<[W2001] NNN>> N: 33 Object:(X)  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of unknown nature) Note:HST WFPC2 observations of the field of RX J1856.5-3754. See also CMS and WWN. Ref:=2001 ApJ...549..433W byWALTER F.M. Astrophys. J., 549, 433-440 (2001) The proper motion, parallax, and origin of the isolated neutron star RX J185635-3754. oTable 2 : Sources I and J = WWN I,J. oTable 2: <[W2001] NNN> (Nos 100-133, 120 missing). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   [W2001a]
   [W2001a] (Walter, 2001) (Westerbork radio telescope, list 23) Note:Table 1: (Nos 1-90), ν = 1415MHz, Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   24W
   24W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 24) Write:<<WSTB 24WNN>> 24W14 N: 14 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Ref:=1980A&A....82..207V byVIALLEFOND F. , ALLEN R.J., DE BOER J.A. Astron. Astrophys., 82, 207-220 (1980) Radio continuum and H I observations of the interacting galaxies NGC 4490/85. oTable 3: <WSTB24W NN> (Nos 1-14) Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   26W
   26W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 26) Write:<<WSTB 26WNNA>> N: 61 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:Table 2: (Nos 1-60), ν = 610MHz. Fig. 3a and b: maps of sources near the cluster center. in source:ACO 754 Ref:=1980A&A....90..283H byCOSTAIN C.H. , STROM R.G., PINEDA F.J., DELVAILLE J.P., SCHNOPPER H.W. Astron. Astrophys., 90, 283-289 (1980) Radio and X-ray observations of Abell 754. oTable 2: <WSTB 26WNNW> (Nos 1-33, 34S-34N, 35-60) N=61 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   64W2
   64W2 (Westerbork radio telescope, 2nd list 64) Write:<<64W2 64W2NNNA>>
<<64W2 64W2NNN*>> Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:WSRT 327MHz observations. (Nos 2001-2652). Ref:=1993BICDS..43...17W byWIERINGA M.H. Bull. Inf. Centre Donnees Stellaires, 43, 17-25 (1993) Catalogues from a deep 327MHz Westerbork Survey. oCa talogue: <WSTB 64W2NNNA>, <WSTB 64W2NNN>, (Nos 2001-2652), N=706, <WSTB 69WNNNNA> (Nos 1-1186), N=1199, <WSTB 70WNNNA> (Nos 1-545) N=595, <WSTB 75WNNNA> (Nos 1-755) N=806, <WSTB 76WNNNA> (Nos 1-839) N=851. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as VIII/19 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   27W
   27W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 27) Write:<<WSTB 27WNNN>> N: 220 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Ref:=1980AA....89. .234V byVALENTIJN E.A. Astron. Astrophys., 89, 234-238 (1980) A westerbork survey of clusters of galaxies. oTable 2: <WSTB 27WNNN> (Nos 1-220) Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   28W
   28W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 28) Write:<<WSTB 28WNN>> N: 56 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Ref:=1980A&A....88..267M byMATTHEWS H.E. , GOSS W.M. Astron. Astrophys., 88, 267-272 (1980) Aperture synthesis observations of the NGC 7000/IC 5070 complex at 610 MHz. oTable 1: <WSTB 28WNN> (Nos 1-56). Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   29W
   29W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 29) Write:<<WSTB 29WNN>> N: 40 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:Table III: discrete sources at 0.6 GHz. No maps. Ref:=1980A&AS...41..421K byKOTANYI C.G. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 41, 421-432 (1980) A radio continuum survey at 1.4 GHz of the galaxies in the Virgo region. oAnonymous galaxies not in Simbad. oTable II: <WSTB 30WNN> (Nos 1-41). Table III: <WSTB 29WNN> (Nos 1-40). Table IV: <WSTB31W NN> (Nos 1-34). =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+AS/41/421 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   W2PM
   W2PM (WISE-2MASS Proper Motion) (Not yet in Simbad) Write:<<W2PM JHHMM+DDMM>> N: about 400 Object:PM*  (SIMBAD class: PM* = High proper-motion Star) Note:I have identified several hundred new proper motion stars and brown dwarfs by selecting from the WISE and 2MASS surveys. (Many of these were previously overlooked due to crowding in the Galactic Plane, the general incompleteness of the southern sky, or being merged with background stars at the POSS1 epoch.) The full WISEP names are unwieldy and not . I suggest W2PM which alludes to the WISE and 2MASD surveys and Proper Motion selection.
Note that I do NOT intend to rename previously known stars; these are new discoveries. (Although of course they have 2MASS, WISE, DENIS, USNO, etc. etc. survey designations.)
I intend to submit the catalog soon as a paper to ApJ Supplement soon.
A letter on two early discoveries, where I did not use this proposed designation, is here: http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2011ApJ...736L..34G Auth.:John Gizis

University of Delaware Originof the Acronym: p = Pre-registered to IAU Comm.5
Details on Acronym:   W2R
   W2R (WISE/2MASS/RASS) We find that sources with S_IX < 0 have a t95% likelihood of being an AGN (defined in this paper as a Seyfert 1, quasar or blazar). This statistic was then applied to the full WISE/2MASS/RASS dataset, including the final WISE data release, to yield the "W2R" sample of 4,316 sources with S_IX < 0. Only 2,209 of these sources are currently in the Veron-Cetty and Veron (VCV) catalog of spectroscopically confirmed AGN, indicating that the W2R sample contains nearly 2,000 new, relatively bright (J ≲ 16) AGN.
We utilize the W2R sample to quantify biases and incompleteness in the VCV catalog. We find it is highly complete for bright (J < 14), northern AGN, but the completeness drops below 50% for fainter, southern samples and for sources near the Galactic plane. This approach also led to the spectroscopic identification of 10 new AGN in the Kepler field, more than doubling the number of AGN being monitored by Kepler. This has identified ∼1 bright AGN every 10 square degrees, permitting construction of AGN samples in any sufficiently large region of sky. <p>There are 23 cases where HHMM+DD yields the same identifier for two sources. We will designate these as HHMM+DDa and HHMM+DDb. We may want to add sources to this list if there is a new release of the WISE survey, but no changes are currently anticipated. Ref:=2012ApJ...751...52E byEDELSON R. , MALKAN M. Astrophys. J., 751, 52 (2012) Reliable identifications of active galactic nuclei from the WISE, 2MASS, and ROSAT all-sky surveys.

University of Maryland =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <J/ApJ/751/52/>
Details on Acronym:   3W
   3W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 3)= (LBDS) = (WSRT) Write:<<3W HHMM+DDWNA>> N: 238 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:First Westerbork format, modified Parkes format, W for Westerbork Ref:=1975 A&A....38...87K byKATGERT P. Astron. Astrophys., 38, 87-104 (1975) A third 1415MHz survey with the Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope: the 5C2 region (Part I). o<3W HHMM+DDWNA> N=238 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   30W
   30W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 30) Write:<<WSTB 30WNN>> N: 41 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:Table II: discrete sources in full-synthesis fields at 1.4 GHz. No maps. Ref:=1980A&AS...41..421K byKOTANYI C.G. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 41, 421-432 (1980) A radio continuum survey at 1.4 GHz of the galaxies in the Virgo region. oAnonymous galaxies not in Simbad. oTable II: <WSTB 30WNN> (Nos 1-41). Table III: <WST B 29WNN> (Nos 1-40). Table IV: <WSTB31W NN> (Nos 1-34). =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+AS/41/421 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   31W
   31W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 31) Write:<<WSTB 31WNN>> N: 34 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:Table IV: parameters of discrete sources other than the galaxies in strip. No maps. Ref:=1980A&AS...41..421K byKOTANYI C.G. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 41, 421-432 (1980) A radio continuum survey at 1.4 GHz of the galaxies in the Virgo region. oAnonymous galaxies not in Simbad. oTable II: <WSTB 30WNN> (Nos 1-41). Table III: <WSTB 29WNN> (Nos 1-40). Table IV: <WSTB31W NN> (Nos 1-34). Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s) =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+AS/41/421
Details on Acronym:   32W
   32W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 32) Write:<<WSTB 32WNN>> N: 73 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:Table III, 1st col. are BG source. Others sources: 'A' for structures related to the BG source, and Greek letter for small scale components. Fig. 3: contour maps of extended sources. Ref:=1981A&AS...43....1F byFANTI C. , MANTOVANI F., TOMASI P. Astron. Astrophys., Supp l. Ser., 43, 1-17 (1981) New galactic sources in the BG catalogue: search at 1.4 GHz with the Westerbork synthesis radiotelescope. oTable III, col. (ID): <WSTB 32WNN> (Nos 1-73) =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+AS/43/1 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   33W
   33W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 33) Write:<<WSTB 33WNN>> N: 22 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:λ = 21 cm. Fig. 1: continuum map near NML Cygnus. Ref:=1982AA. ..108..412H byHABING H.J. , GOSS W.M., WINNBERG A. Astron. Astrophys., 108, 412-414 (1982) An HII region near NML Cygnus. oTable 1: <WSTB 33WNN> (Nos 1-22) Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   35W
   35W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 35) Write:<<WSTB 35WNN>> N: 60 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:ν = 1415MHz. Fig. 1 to 6: contour maps of extended sources. Ref:=1981A&AS...43..405I byISAACMAN R. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 43, 405-419 (1981) A radio search for planetary nebulae near the G alactic Center. IV: Survey data. oTable III: <WSTB 35WNNN> (Nos 1-60) Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   36W
   36W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 36) Write:<<WSTB 36WNNN>> N: 392 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Ref:=1984A&AS...56..245B byBYSTEDT J.E.V. , BRINKS E., DE BRUYN A.G., ISRAEL F.P., SCHWERING P.B.W., SHANE W.W., WALTERBOS R.A.M. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 56, 245-280 (1984) Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s) 38W33 N: 33 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Ref:=1980JApA....1..189G byGOSS W.M. , MORRIS D. J. Astrophys. Astron., 1, 189-None (1980) No detectable supernova remnant near the pulsar PSR 1930+22. oTable 1: <WSTB 38WNN> (Nos 1-33)
Details on Acronym:   39W
   39W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 39) Write:<<WSTB 39WNN>> N: 26 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Ref:=1982A&A...111..299H byHARRIS D.E. , ROBERTSON J.G., DEWDNEY P.E., COSTAIN C.H. Astron. Astrophys., 111, 299-305 (1982) Radio and X-ray galaxies in Abell 566. oTable 2: <WSTB 39WNN> (Nos 1-26) Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   4W
   4W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 4)= (LBDS) = (WSRT) Write:<<4W HHMM+DDWNNa>> N: 139 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-sourc) 981) Synthesis observations of the radio continuum radiation of the HII region NGC 7822 (W1). oTable 2: <WSTB 40W NN> (Nos 1-30) Auth.:HARTEN R.H.+ Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   41W
   41W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 41) Write:<<WSTB 41WNNNA>> N: 213 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:Table II: (Nos 1-202), sources in UMa area Ref:=1985A&AS...61..517K byKATGERT-MERKELIJN J.K. , ROBERTSON J.G., WINDHORST R.A., KATGERT P. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 61, 517-535 (1985) A Westerbork survey of Einstein X-ray Observatory deep survey areas. I. The 0.6 and 1.4 GHz catalogues, source counts and s pectral index distributions. oTable II: <WSTB 41WNNNA> (Nos 1-202) N=213, <WSTB 42WNNNA> (Nos 1-183) N=189, <WSTB 43WNNNA> (Nos 1-87) N=100, <WSTB 44WNNNA> (Nos 1-216) N=227. Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   42W
   42W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 42) Write:<<WSTB 42WNNNA>> N: 189 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:Table II: (Nos 1-183), sources in Boo area Ref:=1985A&AS...61..517K byKATGERT-MERKELIJN J.K. , ROBERTSON J.G., WINDHORST R.A., KATGERT P. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 61, 517-535 (1985) A Westerbork survey of Einstein X-ray Observatory deep survey areas. I. T he 0.6 and 1.4 GHz catalogues, source counts and spectral index distributions. oTable II: <WSTB 41WNNNA> (Nos 1-202) N=213, <WSTB 42WNNNA> (Nos 1-183) N=189, <WSTB 43WNNNA> (Nos 1-87) N=100, <WSTB 44WNNNA> (Nos 1-216) N=227. Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   43W
   43W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 43) Write:<<WSTB 43WNNA>> N: 100 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:Table II: (Nos 1-87), sources in CrB area Ref:=1985A&AS...61..517K byKATGERT-MERKELIJN J.K. , ROBERTSON J.G., WINDHORST R.A., KATGERT P. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 61, 517-535 (1985) A Westerbork survey of Einst ein X-ray Observatory deep survey areas. I. The 0.6 and 1.4 GHz catalogues, source counts and spectral index distributions. oTable II: <WSTB 41WNNNA> (Nos 1-202) N=213, <WSTB 42WNNNA> (Nos 1-183) N=189, <WSTB 43WNNNA> (Nos 1-87) N=100, <WSTB 44WNNNA> (Nos 1-216) N=227. Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   44W
   44W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 44) Write:<<WSTB 44WNNNA>> N: 227 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:Table II: (Nos 1-216), sources in Dra area Ref:=1985A&AS...61..517K byKATGERT-MERKELIJN J.K. , ROBERTSON J.G., WINDHORST R.A., KATGERT P. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 6 1, 517-535 (1985) A Westerbork survey of Einstein X-ray Observatory deep survey areas. I. The 0.6 and 1.4 GHz catalogues, source counts and spectral index distributions. oTable II: <WSTB 41WNNNA> (Nos 1-2 02) N=213, <WSTB 42WNNNA> (Nos 1-183) N=189, <WSTB 43WNNNA> (Nos 1-87) N=100, <WSTB 44WNNNA> (Nos 1-216) N=227. Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   45W
   45W (We) sterbork radio telescope, list 45 Write:<<WSTB 45WNN>> N: 86 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:sources in Onsala 1 field. Ref:=1983A&A...126..433M byMATTHEWS H.E. , SPOELSTRA T.A.T. Astron . Astrophys., 126, 433-437 (1983) Observations of the ON 1 and ON 2 HII regions at 610 MHz. oTable 2: <WSTB 45WNN> (Nos 1-86). Table 3: <WSTB 46WNN> (Nos 1-25) Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   4
   4 pe, list 47 Write:<<WSTB 47WNN>> N: 27 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:ν = 1412.0MHz. Table 2: radio-sources with optical identif. Table 3: unidentified radio-sources. Fig. 1: map of a few sources. Ref:=1982A&A...111...50B byBIJLEVELD W. , VALENTIJN E.A. Astron. Astrophys., 111, 50-57 (1982) Radio and X-ray observations of the Abell 2241 galaxy clusters. oTables 2,3: <WSTB 47WNN> (Nos 1-27) Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   48W
   48W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 48) Write:<<WSTB 48WNN>> N: 23 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s) pe, list 53
Details on Acronym:   WSTB
   WSTB Write:<<WSTB 53WNNA>> N: 108 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:(Nos 1-92) N=108, in Hercules field Ref:=1984A&AS...58....1W byWINDHORST R.A. , VAN HEERDE G.M., KATGERT P. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 58, 1-37 (1984) A deep Westerbork survey of areas with multicolor Mayall 4 m plates. I. The 1412 MHz catalogue, source counts and angular size statistics. oTable VII: <WSTB 52WNNA> (Nos 1-58) N=62, <WSTB 53WNNA> (Nos 1-92) N=108, <WSTB 54WNNA> (Nos 1-90) N=105, <WSTB 55WNNA> (Nos 1-231) N=261 2318+08W2B N: 1075 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:First Westerbork format, modified Parkes format, W for Westerbork Ref:=1976A&AS...25..453W byWILLIS A.G. , OOSTERBAAN C.E., DE RUITER H.R. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 25, 453-505 (1976) A Westerbork 1415MHz survey of background radio sources. I. The catalogue. o<6W HHMM+DDWNNA> N=1075 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   60W
   60W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 60) Write:<<WSTB 60WNNNA>> N: 123+15 oTables 3, 4: <WSTB 60WNNN> (Nos 1-123) N=138. Auth.:OORT M.J.A.+ Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   [W60]
   [W60] (Westerlund, 1960)= [W60a] = (Wd) Write:<<[W60] {A|B|C|D}NNN>> N: 105+117+24+57 Object:Red *  (SIMBAD class: Star) Note:Table 4a: red * in region A, format 'ANNN', (Nos A1-A105). Table 4b: red * in regi n NGC 2092, format '5-NN'.
Table 6: stars in NGC 2100, format '6-NN'.
Table 7: stars in 30 Dor, format '7-NN'.
Table 8: stars in region a, format '8-NN'.
Table 9: stars in NGC 1962, 1965, 1966, 1970, format '9-NN'.
Table 10: stars in NGC 1983, format '10-NN'.
Table 11: stars in NGC 1984, format '11-NN'.
Table 12: stars in NGC 1994, format '12-NN'.
Table 13: stars in region b1, format '13-NN'.
Table 14: stars in region b2, format '14-NN'.
Table 15: stars in region b3, format '15-N 021 in source:NGC 2074 in source:NGC 2081 in source:NGC 2092 in source:NGC 2100 Ref:=1961UppAn...5a...1W byWESTERLUND B. Uppsala Astron. Obs. Ann., 5, part no 1, 1-None (1961) Population I in the Large Magellanic Cloud. o1961, Band 5, No. 1 o<W61 NN-NNN> first 'NN' for tables 3 to 28, N about 450 Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   61W
   61W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 61) Write:<<WSTB 61WNN>> N: 41 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:Point sources in the field of Star in source:Magellanic Clouds:LMC:30 Dor Nebula = 30 Dor Nebula in source:NGC 1962 in source:NGC 1965 in source:NGC 1966 in source:NGC 1970 in source:NGC 1983 in source:NGC 1984 in source:NGC 1994 in source:NGC 2004 in source:NGC 2011 in source:NGC 2014 in source:NGC 2021 in source:NGC 2074 in source:NGC 2081 in source:NGC 2092 in source:NGC 2100 Ref:=1961UppAn...5a...1W byWESTERLUND B. Uppsala Astron. Obs. Ann., 5, part no 1, 1-None (1961) Population I in the Large Magellanic Cloud. o1961, Band 5, No. 1 o<W61 NN-NNN> first 'NN' f or tables 3 to 28, N about 450 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   [W61b]
   [W61b] (Westerlund, 1961)= (W) Write:<<[W61b] NGC NNNNa NNN>>
<<[W61b] Field NN>> N: 83+28+54+157+91 Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Note:Table 2: format 'NGC 456 NN', (Nos 1-83). Table 3: format 'NGC 460a NN', (Nos 1-28). Table 4: format 'NGC 460b NN', (Nos 1-54). Table 5: for mat 'NGC 465 NNN', (Nos 1-157). Table 6: format 'Field NN', (Nos 1-91). Identif. charts in source:Magellanic Clouds:SMC = SMC in source:NGC 456 in source:NGC 460 in source:NGC 465 Ref:=1961UppAn...5b...1W byWESTERLUND B. Uppsala Astron. Obs. Ann., 5, part no 2, 1-None (1961) The distribution of stars in an outlying part of the Small Magellanic Cloud. oTable 2: <[W61b] NGC 456 NN> (Nos 1-83), Table 3: <[W61b] NGC 460a NN> (Nos 1-28), Table 4: <[W61b] NGC 460b NN> (Nos 1-54), Table 5: <[W61b] NGC 465 NNN> (Nos 1-157), Table 6: <[W61b] Field NN> (Nos 1-91) Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   [W61c]
   [W61c] 1-840) Auth.:WESTERLUND B.E.
Details on Acronym:   65W
   65W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 65) Write:<<WSTB 65WNNN>> N: 349 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:Fig 1. and 2: full resolution and low resolutions maps Fig 4: contour plots of extended sources. Ref:=1987A&AS...71..221O byOORT M.J.A. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 71, 221-243 (1987) A deep WSRT 21 cm survey down to 0.1 mJy in the Lynx area. oTable 2: <WSTB 65WNNN> (Nos 1-349) =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+AS/71/221 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   [W65]
   [W65] <[W65] NNN> (Nos 1-302), <[W65] cNN> (Nos c1-c25). Auth.:WESTERLUND B.E.
Details on Acronym:   66W
   66W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 66) Write:<<WSTB 66WNN>> N: 69 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Ref:=1987A&AS...71...25O byOORT M.J.A. , VAN LANGEVELDE H.J. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 71, 25-38 (1987) A WSRT 21 cm deep survey of tw 28.09.00 Ref:=1996ApJ...460..744H byHOWARD E.M. , PIPHER J.L., FORREST W.J., DE PREE C.G. Astrophys. J., 460, 744-761 (1996) A near-infrared study of the K3-50 regi 26.02.01 Ref:=2010ApJ...714.1015S bySAMAL M.R. , PANDEY A.K., OJHA D.K., GHOSH S.K., KULKARNI V.K., KUSAKABE N., TAMURA M., BHATT B.C., THOMPSON M.A., SAGAR R. Astrophys. J., 714, 1015-1036 (2010) A multiwavelength study of star formation in the vicinity of galactic H II region Sh 2-100. oFigs 1, 9: <[W69] AN> (Nos E-F, A1-A2, B2-B4, E1-E3, F1-F3) added. oIRAS-B is 2MASX J 7 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:First Westerbork format, modified Parkes format, W for Westerbork Ref:=1976A&A....49..179J byJAFFE W.J. , PEROLA G.C., VALENTIJN E.A. Astron. Astrophys., 49, 179-192 (1976) A Westerbork survey of rich clusters of galaxies. III. Observations of the Coma cluster at 610 MHz. o<7W HHMM+DDWNN> N=27 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   70W
   70W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 70) Write:<<WSTB 70WNNNA>> 1-755) N=806, <WSTB 76WNNNA> (Nos 1-839) N=851. Auth.:WIERINGA M.H. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as VIII/19 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   [W70]
   [W70] (Wendker, 1970) Write:<<[W70] GLL.l+B.b>> N: 78 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad in source:NAME Cyg X Ref:=1970A&A.....4..378W byWENDKER H.J. Astron. Astrophys., 4, 378-386 (1970) The Cygnus X region. VI. A new 2695 MHz continuum survey. oTable 2: <[W70] GLL.l+B.b> N=78. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   71W
   71W (Westerbork radio telescope, list 71) Write:<<WSTB 71WNN>> N: N> (Nos 1-9). Auth.:WEEDMAN D.W. Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   [W71b]
   [W71b] (Westerlund, 1971) Write:<<[W71b] NNN-NN>> N: 1124 Object:Carbon *  (SIMBAD class: C* = Carbon Star) Note:In the format 'NNN-NN' the first 'NNN' is the number of the chart in the Atlas of the Southern Milky Way, charts (Nos 1-159) Ref:=1971A&AS....4...51W byWESTERLUND B.E. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 4, 51-74 (1971) A catalogue of carbon stars in the Southern Milky Way. oTable 1: <[W71b] NNN-NN> N=1124 axies. oFig.2: <[WSM2000] SGMC N> (No. 0) added. Fig.2: <[HV86] NNA> (No. 13N) added. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/ApJ/599/1 d Write:<<NAME WSR N>> N: 1 Object:PN  (SIMBAD class: PN = Planetary Nebula) Note:N=1 new PN = IRAS 08355-4027, found by Wolstencroft+ (1991), cataloged in the 'First supplement to the Strasbourg-ESO catalogue of galactic Planetary Nebulae', PN. Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   [WSR2004]
   [WSR2004] (Wiersema+Starling+Rol+, 2004) Write:<<[WSR2004] Host G>> N: 1 Object:G  (SIMBAD class: Galaxy) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:VLT FORS2 observations.
Host galaxy of GRB 040924. Ref:=2004GCN..2800....1W byWIERSEMA K. , STARLING R.L.C., ROL E., VREESWIJK P., WIJERS R.A.M.J. GRB Coordinates Network, Circular Service, 2800, 1-None (2004) GRB 040924: VLT spectroscopy. o<[WSR2004] Host G> N=1. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   [WSR83]
   [WSR83] (Weistrop+Shaffer+Reitsema+, 1983) Write:<<[WSR83] PKS 1400+162 A>> N: 10 Object:G  (SIMBAD class: Galaxy) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:N=10 galaxies in group, associated with PKS 1400+162. in source:NAME PKS 1400+162 GROUP Ref:=1983ApJ...271..471W byWEISTROP D. , SHAFFER D.B., REITSEMA H.J., SMITH B.A. Astrophys. J., 271, 471-478 (1983) CCD photometry of the BL Lacertae object 1400+162 and the associated group of galaxies. o<NAME PKS 1400+162 GROUP>. Fig.1, Table 1: <[WSR83] PKS 1400+162 A> (Nos A-I). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   WSRT
   WSRT (Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope) ***** Avoid the usage of WSRT, prefer [BB2006] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   WSRT
   WSRT (Westerbork Radio Telescope) ***** Avoid the usage of WSRT, prefer 1W Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   WSRT
   WSRT (Westerbork Radio Telescope) ***** Avoid the usage of WSRT, prefer 2W Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   WSRT
   WSRT (Westerbork Radio Telescope) ***** Avoid the usage of WSRT, prefer 3W Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   WSRT
   WSRT (Westerbork Radio Telescope) ***** Avoid the usage of WSRT, prefer 4W Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   WSRT
   WSRT (Westerbork Radio Telescope) ***** Avoid the usage of WSRT, prefer 5W Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   WSRT
   WSRT (Westerbork Radio Telescope) ***** Avoid the usage of WSRT, prefer 6W Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   WSRT
   WSRT (Westerbork Radio Telescope) ***** Avoid the usage of WSRT, prefer 7W Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   WSRT
   WSRT (Westerbork Radio Telescope) ***** Avoid the usage of WSRT, prefer WSTB Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   WSRT-CVn
   WSRT-CVn (Kovac+Oosterloo+van der Hulst, 2009) ***** Avoid the usage of WSRT-CVn, prefer [KOV2009] Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   WSRTGP
   WSRTGP (Westerbork Radio Telescope, Galactic Plane)= (W) Write:<<WSRTGP HHMM+DDMMA>> N: 3983 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:Catalogue of small diameter sources, using the WSRT, N=3983. Among them, N=119 have an IRAS identification, and are named [TGC96] in SIMBAD. Ref:=1996ApJS..107..239T byTAYLOR A.R. , GOSS W.M., COLEMAN P.H., VAN LEEUWEN J., WALLACE B.J. Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 107, 239-254 (1996) A Westerbork synthesis radio telescope 327 MHz survey of the galactic plane. oTables 1, 2: <[TGC96] HHMM+DDMMA> N=119. Catalogue: <WSRTGP HHMM+DDMMA> N=3983. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/ApJS/107/239 Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   [WSS89]
   [WSS89] (Woody+Scott+Scoville+, 1989)= (MM) Write:<<[WSS89] DR 21(OH) MM NA>> N: 2+2 Object:(mm)  (SIMBAD class: Radio(mm) = millimetric Radio-source) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad in source:DR 21 (OH) Ref:=1989ApJ...337L..41W byWOODY D.P. , SCOTT S.L., SCOVILLE N.Z., MUNDY L.G., SARGENT A.I., PADIN S., TINNEY C.G., WILSON C.D. Astrophys. J., 337, 41-44 (1989) Interferometric observations of 1.4 millimeter continuum sources. oTable 1: <[WSS89] DR 21(OH) MM N> (Nos 1-2) Ref:=1992ApJ...388..467M byMANGUM J.G. , WOOTTEN A., MUNDY L.G. Astrophys. J., 388, 467-488 (1992) Synthesis imaging of the DR 21 (OH) cluster. II. Thermal ammonia and water maser emission. oTable 2: <[RSK89] DR 21(OH) W-A>, <[RSK89] DR 21(OH) W-B>, N=2. Table 2: <[WSS89] DR 21(OH) MM 1A> (Nos 1A-1B). Table 3: <[MWM92] NN> (Nos 1-11) Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   WSTB
   WSTB (Westerbork)= (WSRT) Write:<<WSTB NNWNNNA>>
<<WSTB NNWNNNW>>
<<WSTB 64W2NNNA>> Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:In SIMBAD only. To find the designation as in the literature, drop the first word (WSTB). First Westerbork format is 'NW HHMM+DDWNA' used for 1W to 7W Ref:=1977A&A....60...27H byHARRIS D.E. , BAHCALL N.A., STROM R.G. Astron. Astrophys., 60, 27-38 (1977) Radio and optical observations in the fields of five unidentified X-ray sources at high latitudes. oTable 2: <WSTB 10WNNNW> (Nos 1-249) N=262 Ref:=1977A&A....61...93G byGOSS W.M. , SCHWARZ U.J., SIDDESH S.G., WEILER K.W. Astron. Astrophys., 61, 93-98 (1977) A high-resolution investigation of the shell source G 55.7+3.4 at 610 and 1415 MHz. oTable 1: <WSTB 12WNN> (Nos 1-37) Ref:=1978A&AS...34..117H byHARRIS D.E. , MILEY G.K. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 34, 117-128 (1978) Westerbork observations of five fields centered on Abell clusters of galaxies. oTables 2-6: <WSTB 13WNNNW> (Nos 1-327) N=328 Ref:=1980A&AS...39..215H byHARRIS D.E. , KAPAHI V.K., EKERS R.D. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 39, 215-233 (1980) Westerbork synthesis observations of 8 clusters of galaxies which contain tailed radio galaxies. oTable II to X: <WSTB 14WNNNW> (Nos 1-145) N=150 Ref:=1979A&A....74..156K byKOTANYI C.G. Astron. Astrophys., 74, 156-160 (1979) Radio observations of NGC 3665: an elliptical galaxy with a dust lane. oTable 4: <WSTB 16WNNA> (Nos 1-11) N=13 Ref:=1979A&A....72....1G byGAVAZZI G. Astron. Astrophys., 72, 1-11 (1979) A Westerbork Survey of rich clusters of galaxies. oTable 1: <WSTB 17WNN> (Nos 1-12). Ref:=1980A&A....84..228G byGAVAZZI G. , PEROLA G.C. Astron. Astrophys., 84, 228-236 (1980) A Westerbork survey of rich clusters of galaxies. XII. Observations of A 2197 and A 2199 at 610 MHz. oTable 2: <WSTB 18WNN> (Nos 1-24) Ref:=1979A&AS...36..323W byWOUTERLOOT J.G.A. , DECKER E. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 36, 323-330 (1979) The detection of planetary nebulae near the Galactic Center at radio wavelengths. oTable A1: <WSTB 19WNNN> (Nos 1-123) Ref:=1979A&A....73...54P byPEROLA G.C. , VALENTIJN E.A. Astron. Astrophys., 73, 54-66 (1979) A Westerbork Survey of rich clusters of galaxies. IX. The radio luminosity function of the Hercules Supercluster at 610 MHz. oTable 2 misprint 3C 390.1 is 309.1 oTable 4: <WSTB 20WNNa> (Nos 1-33) N=36 Ref:=1979A&AS...37..397W byWILLIS A.G. , MILEY G.K. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 37, 397-402 (1979) A 6cm source survey with the Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope I: the data. oTable 2: <WSTB 21WNN> (Nos 1-43) Ref:=1979A&A....76..109G byGISLER G.R. , MILEY G.K. Astron. Astrophys., 76, 109-119 (1979) 610 MHz observations of the Perseus cluster of galaxies with the Westerbork synthesis radio telescope. oTable 2: <WSTB 22WNN> (Nos 1-50) Ref:=1994AJ....108.1137R byRHEE G. , BURNS J.O., KOWALSKI M.P. Astron. J., 108, 1137-1146 (1994) X-ray emission associated with radio galaxies in the Perseus cluster. oTable 1: <WSTB 22WNN> (Nos 51-53) added Ref:=1980A&A....81..316H byHUMMEL E. Astron. Astrophys., 81, 316-322 (1980) Radio sources in the vicinity of bright galaxies. oTable 1, col.2: <WSTB 23WNNa> (Nos 1-3, 4a-4b, 5-90) N=91. Ref:=1980A&A....82..207V byVIALLEFOND F. , ALLEN R.J., DE BOER J.A. Astron. Astrophys., 82, 207-220 (1980) Radio continuum and H I observations of the interacting galaxies NGC 4490/85. oTable 3: <WSTB24W NN> (Nos 1-14) Ref:=1980A&A....90..283H byHARRIS D.E. , COSTAIN C.H., STROM R.G., PINEDA F.J., DELVAILLE J.P., SCHNOPPER H.W. Astron. Astrophys., 90, 283-289 (1980) Radio and X-ray observations of Abell 754. oTable 2: <WSTB 26WNNW> (Nos 1-33, 34S-34N, 35-60) N=61 Ref:=1980A&A....89..234V byVALENTIJN E.A. Astron. Astrophys., 89, 234-238 (1980) A westerbork survey of clusters of galaxies. oTable 2: <WSTB 27WNNN> (Nos 1-220) Ref:=1980A&A....88..267M byMATTHEWS H.E. , GOSS W.M. Astron. Astrophys., 88, 267-272 (1980) Aperture synthesis observations of the NGC 7000/IC 5070 complex at 610 MHz. oTable 1: <WSTB 28WNN> (Nos 1-56). Ref:=1980A&AS...41..421K byKOTANYI C.G. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 41, 421-432 (1980) A radio continuum survey at 1.4 GHz of the galaxies in the Virgo region. oAnonymous galaxies not in Simbad. oTable II: <WSTB 30WNN> (Nos 1-41). Table III: <WSTB 29WNN> (Nos 1-40). Table IV: <WSTB31W NN> (Nos 1-34).

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