Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati S86]$

Details on Acronym:   [S86]
   [S86] (Sandage, 1986)= ([S86a]) Write:<<[S86] Pegasus A>>
<<[S86] Pegasus AA>>
<<[S86] Pegasus NN>>
<<[S86] Pegasus PMN>>
<<[S86] Leo A SNN>>
<<[S86] Leo A NN>> N: 25+50+3+15+91 Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Note:Table I: standards in the field of Pegasus dwarf G
format 'Pegasus A' and 'Pegasus AA', N=24 among (Nos A-Z) and No. AA
Table II: bright * in Pegasus dwarf G
format 'Pegasus NN', N=50 among (Nos 1-52)
format 'Pegasus PMN', N=3 Proper Motion * (Nos PM1-PM3)
No. 126 = [HM82] 126
Table IV: standards in the field of Leo A galaxy
format 'Leo A SNN', where S stands for Standard, as in Plate 43
N=15 among (Nos S1-S27)
Table V: bright * in Leo A galaxy
format 'Leo A NN', N=91 among (Nos 1-98)
Maps in Plates 42 to 44
See also: [SK76], [S83], [S84b], [SC84c], [SC85], [SC85b], [SC88], [SCK96], and outside the series: [HS80] and [SC82] in source:NAME Pegasus Galaxy in source:NAME Leo A Ref:=1986AJ.....91..496S bySANDAGE A. Astron. J., 91, 496-506 (1986) The brightest stars in nearby galaxies. VII. The Pegasus and Leo A Im V dwarfs. oTable I: No. 126 = [HM82] 126 oTable I: <[S86] Pegasus A>, <[S86] Pegasus AA> N=24 among (Nos A-Z) and No. AA. Table II: <[S86] Pegasus NN> N=50 among (Nos 1-52), <[S86] Pegasus PMN> (Nos PM1-PM3). Table IV: <[S86] Leo A SNN> N=15 among (Nos S1-S27). Table V: <[S86] Leo A NN> N=91 among (Nos 1-98) Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   [S86a]
   [S86a] (Sandage, 1986) ***** Avoid the usage of [S86a], prefer [S86] Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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