Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Details on Acronym:   CG
   CG (Compact G) ***** Avoid the usage of CG, prefer ACG Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   CG
   CG (Case univ., G) ***** Avoid the usage of CG, prefer CasG Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
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   CG (Cometary Globule) Write:<<CG NNA>>
<<CG NNW>>
<<CG NNAN>> N: 47 Object:RFN  (SIMBAD class: ComGlob = Cometary Globule) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:Most of the CG objects have tails pointing directly away from Centre 1 (08h15m - 44deg 30') or Centre 2 (07h46m - 46deg 30') In 1992JApA...13..217S, 1950 coordinates are remeasured for head and tail-end of most of CG Nos 1-38 (and subdivisions format NNA and NNAN). Ref:=1976MNRAS.175p..19H byHAWARDEN T.G. , BRAND P.W.J.L. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 175, part no 16, 19-22 (1976) Cometary globules and the structure of the Gum Nebula. o<CG NN> (Nos 1-12) Ref:=1976MNRAS.177p..69S bySANDQVIST A. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 177, part no 16, 69-71 (1976) Four more cometary globules in the Gum Nebula. o<CG NN> (Nos 13-16) Ref:=1983ApL....23..119Z byZEALEY W.J. , NINKOV Z., RICE E., HARTLEY M., TRITTON S.B. Astrophys. Lett., 23, 119-131 (1983) Cometary globules in the Gum-Vela complex. o<CG NNA> (Nos 17-30, 32-36, and 31A, B, C) Ref:=1983A&A...117..183R byREIPURTH B. Astron. Astrophys., 117, 183-198 (1983) Star formation in Bok globules and low-mass clouds. o<CG NNA> (Nos 37, 38) and 31D, E. <GDC N> (Nos 1-7) Ref:=1992JApA...13..217S bySRIDHARAN T.K. J. Astrophys. Astron., 13, 217-239 (1992) Kinematics of the Cometary Globules in the Gum Nebula. o<CG NNA> and <CG NNAN> Nos 32A, B, Nos 22B1, 22B2 Ref:=1995A&A...301..522L byLEFLOCH B. , LAZAREFF B. Astron. Astrophys., 301, 522-536 (1995) Cometary globules. II. Observational tests of radiation-driven implosion: the case of CG7S. oCG 7S is a new CG located South of CG 7. o<CG 7S> N=1. Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
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   CG (1st COS B, Gamma) ***** Avoid the usage of CG, prefer 1CG
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   CG (2nd COS B, Gamma) ***** Avoid the usage of CG, prefer 2CG
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   CG (Case univ., G) Write:<<NAME CG HHMM+DD>> N: 3 Object:G  (SIMBAD class: Galaxy) Note:CG 1432+53 = CasG 474, CG 1457+42 = CasG 598, CG 1517+39 = CasG 684. Ref:=1987ApJ...314L..33M byMOODY J.W. , KIRSHNER R.P., MacALPINE G.M., GREGORY S.A. Astrophys. J., 314, 33-37 (1987) Emission-line galaxies in the Bootes Void. o<NAME CG 1432+53>, <NAME CG 1457+42>, <NAME CG 1517+39> Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
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   CG (Catalog General) ***** Avoid the usage of CG, prefer PLX Originof the Acronym: L (1965Obs....85..202K)
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   CG (Cesco+Gibson) ***** Avoid the usage of CG, prefer Y-C
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   CG (Compact Group) ***** Avoid the usage of CG, prefer [TC2003] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
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   CG (Compact Group) ***** Avoid the usage of CG, prefer [WTK99] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
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   CG (Cesco+Gibson) ***** Avoid the usage of CG, prefer YC

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