Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Details on Acronym:   [S83]
   [S83] (Sandage, 1983)= ([S83a]) Write:<<[S83] BNNN>>
<<[S83] RNNN>> N: 26+12 among 244 Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Note:Palomar 5m reflector observations.
Tables I, III: In the format, the letter 'B' stands for Blue stars (N=26 among Nos B2-B191), 'R' for Red stars (N=12 among Nos R1-R244).
These stars are part of the same list, but always found with a letter before NNN in the format.
Fig. 1: Identif. charts.
See also: [SK76], [S84b], [S84c], [SC85], [SC85b], [S86], [SC88], [SCK96], and outside the series: [HS80] and [SC82] in source:M 101 = NGC 5457 Ref:=1983AJ.....88.1569S bySANDAGE A. Astron. J., 88, 1569-1578 (1983) The brightest stars in nearby galaxies. II. op. 1572: <[ST74] VNN> No. 10. Tables I. III: <[S83] BNNN> N=26 among (Nos B2-B191), [S83] RNNN> N=12 among (Nos R1-R244) Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   [S83a]
   [S83a] (Sandage, 1983) ***** Avoid the usage of [S83a], prefer [S83] Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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