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Details on Acronym:   And
   And (Andromeda) Write:<<And R>> N: 33 Object:G  (SIMBAD class: Galaxy) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:(Nos I-XXXIII), dwarf galaxies companions of M 31.
And V and And VI were discovered in 1998 by Armandroff. And X was discovered by Zucker in 2006. Ref:=1972ApJ...171L..31V byVAN DEN BERGH S. Astrophys. J., 171, 31-33 (1972) Search for faint companions to M 31. o<And R> (Nos I-IV). Ref:=1998AJ....116.2287A byARMANDROFF T.E. , DAVIES J.E., JACOBY G.H. Astron. J., 116, 2287-2296 (1998) A survey for low surface brightness galaxies around M 31. I. The newly discovered dwarf Andromeda V. o<And R> (No. V) added. Ref:=1999A&A...341..355K byKARACHENTSEV I.D. , KARACHENTSEVA V.E. Astron. Astrophys., 341, 355-356 (1999) New probable companions to M31 found on the POSS-II. oNames 'Cassiopeaia dwarf' and 'Pegasus dwarf' used by authors are not used in SIMBAD. There is another 'NAME PEGASUS DWARF' used in SIMBAD, which is not 'And VI'. oText: <And R> (No. VI) added. Table 1: <[KK99] FFF.N> N=4. Ref:=1999ApJ...511L.101G byGREBEL E.K. , GUHATHAKURTA P. Astrophys. J., 511, 101-105 (1999) Properties of two new M31 dwarf spheroidal companions from Keck imaging. o<And R> (No. VII) added. Ref:=2003ApJ...596L.183M byMORRISON H.L. , HARDING P., HURLEY-KELLER D., JACOBY G. Astrophys. J., 596, 183-186 (2003) Andromeda VIII: a new tidally distorted satellite of M31. o<And R> (No. VIII) added. Ref:=2004ApJ...612L.121Z byZUCKER D.B. , KNIAZEV A.Y., BELL E.F., MARTINEZ-DELGADO D., GREBEL E.K., RIX H.-W., ROCKOSI C.M., HOLTZMAN J.A., WALTERBOS R.A.M., ANNIS J., YORK D.G., IVEZIC Z., BRINKMANN J., BREWINGTON H., HARVANEK M., HENNESSY G., KLEINMAN S.J., KRZESINSKI J., LONG D., NEWMAN P.R., NITTA A., SNEDDEN S.A. Astrophys. J., 612, 121-124 (2004) Andromeda IX: a new dwarf spheroidal satellite of M31. o<And R> (No. IX) added. Ref:=2006ApJ...645.1054G byGNEDIN N.Y. , KRAVTSOV A.V. Astrophys. J., 645, 1054-1061 (2006) Fossils of reionization in the Local Group. oParagr.2.2: EGB 0427 = EGB 0427+63, LGC 3 = [FS90] Leo 3. oText: > <And X> first citation. Ref:=2006MNRAS.371.1983M byMARTIN N.F. , IBATA R.A., IRWIN M.J., CHAPMAN S., LEWIS G.F., FERGUSON A.M.N., TANVIR N., McCONNACHIE A.W. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 371, 1983-1991 (2006) Discovery and analysis of three faint dwarf galaxies and a globular cluster in the outer halo of the Andromeda galaxy. oTable 1: <And R> (Nos XI to XIII) added. Table 1: <[MII2006] GC> N=1. Ref:=2007ApJ...668L.123M byMARTIN N.F. , IBATA R.A., IRWIN M. Astrophys. J., 668L, 123-126 (2007) Galactic halo stellar structures in the Triangulum-Andromeda region. oFig.1: <And R> (Nos XV, XVI) added. Ref:=2007ApJ...670L...9M byMAJEWSKI S.R. , BEATON R.L., PATTERSON R.J., KALIRAI J.S., GEHA M.C., MUNOZ R.R., SEIGAR M.S., GUHATHAKURTA P., GILBERT K.M., RICH R.M., BULLOCK J.S., REITZEL D.B. Astrophys. J., 670L, 9-12 (2007) Discovery of Andromeda XIV: a dwarf spheroidal dynamical rogue in the Local Group? o<And R> (No. XIV) added. Ref:=2008ApJ...676L..17I byIRWIN M.J. , FERGUSON A.M.N., HUXOR A.P., TANVIR N.R., IBATA R.A., LEWIS G.F. Astrophys. J., 676L, 17-20 (2008) Andromeda XVII: a new low-luminosity satellite of M31. o<And R> (No. XVII) added. Ref:=2008ApJ...688.1009M byMcCONNACHIE A.W. , HUXOR A., MARTIN N.F., IRWIN M.J., CHAPMAN S.C., FAHLMAN G., FERGUSON A.M.N., IBATA R.A., LEWIS G.F., RICHER H., TANVIR N.R. Astrophys. J., 688, 1009-1020 (2008) A trio of new local group galaxies with extreme properties. Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   And
   And (Andromeda) Write:<<And HHMM+DDd>> N: 23 Object:Blue  (SIMBAD class: Blue = Blue object) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Ref:=1993ApJ...411..650M byMcCAUSLAND R.J.H. , CONLON E.S., DUFTON P.L., FITZSIMMONS A., IRWIN M.J., KEENAN F.P. Astrophys. J., 411, 650-654 (1993) A search for young stars in the halo of M 31. o<And HHMM+DDd> N=23 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)

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