Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects

 lectrically measured stars.    Tapia as added (Nos 27-34, 30C, 34C)    Format 'NNN' for photographically measured stars (1st star = No. 101)    not numbered in Appendix, added later in literature
   Ref:=1961PUSNO..17..343H
     byHOAG A.A.
, JOHNSON H.L., IRIARTE B., MITCHELL R.I., HALLAM K.L., SHARPLESS S.
 Publ. U.S. Naval Obs. Second Serie, 17, 343-542 (1961)

    Photometry of stars in galactic cluster fields.

oFormat 'NN' for photoelectrically measured stars, Format 'NNN' for    photographically measured stars (1st star = No. 101).
oCatalogue: <IC NNNN NN> or <Cl* IC NNNN Hoag NN> or <NGC NNNN NN> or    <Cl* NGC NNNN Hoag NN> or <Cl Trumpler 2 NN> or <Cl* Trumpler 35 Hoag    NN>. Appendix: <Cl* NGC NNNN Hoag NNN> (Nos 101-NNN). For NGC 7128:    Catalogue: <Cl* NGC 7128 HJ NNN> (Nos 1-25), Appendix: <Cl* NGC 7128    HJP NNN> (Nos 1-NNN)
   Ref:=1991MNRAS.253..649T
     byTAPIA M.
, COSTERO R., ECHEVARRIA J., ROTH M.
 Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 253, 649-661 (1991)

    Near-infrared and Stromgren photometry of the open clusters NGC 663,
    NGC 1502 and NGC 1893.
oTable 2: <Cl* NGC 663 Hoag NNW> (Nos 25-57, 48N, 48S). Table 3: <Cl* NGC 1502    Hoag NNc> (Nos 27-34, 30c, 34c). Table 4: <Cl* NGC 1893 Hoag NN> (Nos 34-47).

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