Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati CS62] E1$


Details on Acronym:   [CS62]
   [CS62] (Cousins+Stoy, 1962)= (E) Write:<<[CS62] EN NNN>>
<<[CS62] EN A>>
<<[CS62] EN a>> N: 1140 Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:Study of stars in the E1 to E9 regions. Formats 'EN NNN' N=801, 'EN A' N=55, and 'EN a' N=90 The format 'ENNNN' is also used instead of 'EN NNN' in literature. in source:NAME E1 Region in source:NAME E2 Region in source:NAME E3 Region in source:NAME E4 Region in source:NAME E5 Region in source:NAME E6 Region in source:NAME E7 Region in source:NAME E8 Region in source:NAME E9 Region Ref:=1962RGOB...49....3C byCOUSINS A.W.J. , STOY R.H. R. Obs. Bull., 49, 3-None (1962) Standard magnitudes in the E regions. o<[CS62] EN NNN> N=801, <[CS62] EN A> N=3, <[CS62] EN a> N=60. <NAME E1 REGION> to <NAME E9 REGION> N=9 Ref:=1982PASP...94..244G byGRAHAM J.A. Publ. Astron. Soc. Pac., 94, 244-265 (1982) UBVRI standard stars in the E-regions. oobject I(tableIII) not [CS62] E2 I oTables II-X: <[CS62] EN A> N=52 are new, <[CS62] EN a> N=30 are new =E=Catalogue in electronic form as II/222 =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <J/PASP/94/244/> Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   E
   E (E region) ***** Avoid the usage of E, prefer [CS62] Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature