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Details on Acronym:   HS
   HS (Henden+Stone) (Not yet in Simbad) ***** Avoid the usage of HS, prefer FASTT Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   HS
   HS (Hintzen+Scott) (Not yet in Simbad) ***** Avoid the usage of HS, prefer [HS79] Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   HS
   HS (Haze (misprint for Gaze)+Shajn) Note:Ref. 1955IzKry..15...11G, erroneous translit. Haze for Gaze ***** Avoid the usage of HS, prefer [GS55]
Details on Acronym:   HS
   HS (Hamburg Schmidt survey) Write:<<HS HHMM+DDMMA>> Object:(Opt)  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of unknown nature) Note:Only specific first references are given:
1988A&A...195...15H: First ref. from the Hamburg Schmidt survey, N=1.
1995A&AS..111..195H: description of the HS survey.
1998A&AS..128..507E: 1st list of N=121 QSO.
1999A&AS..135..511U: 1st list of N=70 G. Ref:=1988A&A...195...15H byHAGEN H.-J. , GROOTE D., ENGELS D., TOUSSAINT F., REIMERS D. Astron. Astrophys., 195, 15-20 (1988) A new supergiant HII region in galaxy HS 1227+4758. oFirst ref. from this survey. In this ref. <HS HHMM+DDMMA> N=1 Ref:=1998A&AS..128..507E byENGELS D. , HAGEN H.-J., CORDIS L., KOEHLER S., WISOTZKI L., REIMERS D. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 128, 507-523 (1998) The Hamburg Quasar Survey. II. A first list of 121 quasars. o(Erratum) Erratum vol. 131, p. 196 oTables 2, 3, 4: <HS HHMM+DDMM> N=121 Ref:=1999A&AS..135..511U byUGRYUMOV A.V. , ENGELS D., LIPOVETSKY V.A., HAGEN H.-J., HOPP U., PUSTIL'NIK S.A., KNIAZEV A.Y., RICHTER G., IZOTOV Y.I., POPESCU C.C. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 135, 511-529 (1999) The Hamburg/SAO Survey for Emission-Line Galaxies. I. A First List of 70 Galaxies. oTables 1-5: <HS HHMM+DDMMA> N=70+4+7+111. Ref:=1999A&AS..137..299P byPUSTILNIK S.A. , ENGELS D., UGRYUMOV A.V., LIPOVETSKY V.A., HAGEN H.-J., KNIAZEV A.Y., IZOTOV Y.I., RICHTER G. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 137, 299-304 (1999) The Hamburg/SAO survey for emission-line galaxies. II. The second list of 128 galaxies. oTables 2-6: <HS HHMM+DDMMA> N=128. Ref:=2000A&AS..142..417H byHOPP U. , ENGELS D., GREEN R.F., UGRYUMOV A.V., IZOTOV Y.I., HAGEN H.-J., KNIAZEV A.Y., LIPOVETSKY V.A., PUSTILNIK S.A., BROSCH N., MASEGOSA J., MARTIN J.-M., MARQUEZ I. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 142, 417-423 (2000) The Hamburg/SAO survey for emission-line galaxies. III. The third list of 81 galaxies. oTables 2-6: <HS HHMM+DDMMA> N=81. Ref:=2001A&A...366..771K byKNIAZEV A.Y. , ENGELS D., PUSTILNIK S.A., UGRYUMOV A.V., KNIAZEVA T.F., PRAMSKY A.G., BROSCH N., HAGEN H.-J., HOPP U., IZOTOV Y.I., LIPOVETSKY V.A., MASEGOSA J., MARQUEZ I., MARTIN J.-M. Astron. Astrophys., 366, 771-787 (2001) The Hamburg/SAO survey for emission-line galaxies. IV. The fourth list of 119 galaxies. oTables 3-8: <HS HHMM+DDMMA> N=119. Ref:=2001A&A...374..907U byUGRYUMOV A.V. , ENGELS D., KNIAZEV A.Y., GREEN R.F., IZOTOV Y.I., HOPP U., PUSTILNIK S.A., PRAMSKY A.G., KNIAZEVA T.F., BROSCH N., HAGEN H.-J., LIPOVETSKY V.A., MASEGOSA J., MARQUEZ I., MARTIN J.-M. Astron. Astrophys., 374, 907-913 (2001) The Hamburg/SAO survey for emission-line galaxies. V. The fifth list of 161 galaxies. oTables 3-7: <HS HHMM+DDMMA> N=161. Ref:=2005A&A...442..109P byPUSTILNIK S.A. , ENGELS D., LIPOVETSKY V.A., KNIAZEV A.Y., PRAMSKIJ A.G., UGRYUMOV A.V., MASEGOSA J., IZOTOV Y.I., CHAFFEE F., MARQUEZ I., TEPLYAKOVA A.L., HOPP U., BROSCH N., HAGEN H.-J., MARTIN J.-M. Astron. Astrophys., 442, 109-116 (2005) The Hamburg/SAO survey for emission-line galaxies. VI. The sixth list of 126 galaxies. oTables 3-7: <HS HHMM+DDMMA> N=126. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+AS/128/507 =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+AS/135/511 =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+AS/137/299 =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+AS/142/417 =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+A/366/771 =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+A/374/907 =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+A/442/109 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   HS
   HS (Hodge+Sexton) Rem:Identif. charts ***** Avoid the usage of HS, prefer [HS66] Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   HS
   HS (Hoag+Smith) ***** Avoid the usage of HS, prefer [HS77] Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
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   HS (Humphreys+Sandage) Originof the Acronym: L (1998ApJ...505..793M)
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   HS (Henize, Star) ***** Avoid the usage of HS, prefer LHA 115-S Originof the Acronym: L (2002ApJS..141...81M)
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   HS (Henize, Star) ***** Avoid the usage of HS, prefer LHA 120-S Originof the Acronym: L (2002ApJS..141...81M)
Details on Acronym:   HS
   HS (Hot Spot) ***** Avoid the usage of HS, prefer [LSB2000] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   HS
   HS (Hot Spot) ***** Avoid the usage of HS, prefer [MRD82] Originof the Acronym: L (1992AJ....104.1525D)
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 6637 HS
   Cl* NGC 6637 HS (Hartwick+Sandage) Write:<<Cl* NGC 6637 HS 1-NN>>
<<Cl* NGC 6637 HS 2-NNN>>
<<Cl* NGC 6637 HS 3-NNN>>
<<Cl* NGC 6637 HS 4-NN>> N: 492 Object:*inCl Rem:Table 1: photographic sequence stars, format '1-NN', N=45

Table 2: format '2-NNN', with the first digit 'N' standing fot
quadrant I to IV.

Table 3: format '3-NNN', with the first digit 'N' standing fot
quadrant I to IV.

Table 4: field stars, format '4-NN', N=98 Ref:=1968ApJ...153..715H byHARTWICK F.D. , SANDAGE A. Astrophys. J., 153, 715-722 (1968) The color-magnitude diagram for the abnormally strong-line globular cluster M 69. oTable 1: <Cl* NGC 6637 HS 1-NN> (NN: 1 to 45). Table 2: <Cl*NGC 6637 HS 2-NNN> (NNN: 101-149, 201-253, 301-339, 401-443). Table 3: <Cl* NGC 6637 HS 3-NNN> (NNN: 101-144, 201-250, 301-346, 401-448). Table 4: <Cl* NGC 6637 HS 4-NN> (NN: 1 to 98).
Details on Acronym:   Cl* Palomar 1 HS
   Cl* Palomar 1 HS (Hartwick+Sargent) Write:<<Cl* Palomar 1 HS N>> N: 3 Object:*inCl Ref:=1978ApJ...221..512H byHARTWICK F.D.A. , SARGENT W.L.W. Astrophys. J., 221, 512-520 (1978) Radial velocities for outlying satellites and their implications for the mass of the galaxy. oTable 1, Fig. 1: <Cl* Palomar 1 HS N> (Nos 1-3), <Cl* Palomar 3 HS N> (Nos 1, 3), <Cl* Palomar 11 HS N> (Nos 1-3), <Cl* Palomar 12 HS N> (Nos 3, 5), <Cl* Palomar 13 HS N> (Nos 1-2). Table 6: <Cl* Palomar 14 HS NN> (Nos 1-62).
Details on Acronym:   Cl* Palomar 11 HS
   Cl* Palomar 11 HS (Hartwick+Sargent) Write:<<Cl* Palomar 11 HS N>> N: 3 Object:*inCl Ref:=1978ApJ...221..512H byHARTWICK F.D.A. , SARGENT W.L.W. Astrophys. J., 221, 512-520 (1978) Radial velocities for outlying satellites and their implications for the mass of the galaxy. oTable 1, Fig. 1: <Cl* Palomar 1 HS N> (Nos 1-3), <Cl* Palomar 3 HS N> (Nos 1, 3), <Cl* Palomar 11 HS N> (Nos 1-3), <Cl* Palomar 12 HS N> (Nos 3, 5), <Cl* Palomar 13 HS N> (Nos 1-2). Table 6: <Cl* Palomar 14 HS NN> (Nos 1-62).
Details on Acronym:   Cl* Palomar 12 HS
   Cl* Palomar 12 HS (Hartwick+Sargent) Write:<<Cl* Palomar 12 HS N>> N: 5 Object:*inCl Ref:=1978ApJ...221..512H byHARTWICK F.D.A. , SARGENT W.L.W. Astrophys. J., 221, 512-520 (1978) Radial velocities for outlying satellites and their implications for the mass of the galaxy. oTable 1, Fig. 1: <Cl* Palomar 1 HS N> (Nos 1-3), <Cl* Palomar 3 HS N> (Nos 1, 3), <Cl* Palomar 11 HS N> (Nos 1-3), <Cl* Palomar 12 HS N> (Nos 3, 5), <Cl* Palomar 13 HS N> (Nos 1-2). Table 6: <Cl* Palomar 14 HS NN> (Nos 1-62).
Details on Acronym:   Cl* Palomar 13 HS
   Cl* Palomar 13 HS (Hartwick+Sargent) Write:<<Cl* Palomar 13 HS N>> N: 2 Object:*inCl Ref:=1978ApJ...221..512H byHARTWICK F.D.A. , SARGENT W.L.W. Astrophys. J., 221, 512-520 (1978) Radial velocities for outlying satellites and their implications for the mass of the galaxy. oTable 1, Fig. 1: <Cl* Palomar 1 HS N> (Nos 1-3), <Cl* Palomar 3 HS N> (Nos 1, 3), <Cl* Palomar 11 HS N> (Nos 1-3), <Cl* Palomar 12 HS N> (Nos 3, 5), <Cl* Palomar 13 HS N> (Nos 1-2). Table 6: <Cl* Palomar 14 HS NN> (Nos 1-62).
Details on Acronym:   Cl* Palomar 14 HS
   Cl* Palomar 14 HS (Hartwick+Sargent) Write:<<Cl* Palomar 14 HS NN>> N: 62 Object:*inCl Ref:=1978ApJ...221..512H byHARTWICK F.D.A. , SARGENT W.L.W. Astrophys. J., 221, 512-520 (1978) Radial velocities for outlying satellites and their implications for the mass of the galaxy. oTable 1, Fig. 1: <Cl* Palomar 1 HS N> (Nos 1-3), <Cl* Palomar 3 HS N> (Nos 1, 3), <Cl* Palomar 11 HS N> (Nos 1-3), <Cl* Palomar 12 HS N> (Nos 3, 5), <Cl* Palomar 13 HS N> (Nos 1-2). Table 6: <Cl* Palomar 14 HS NN> (Nos 1-62).
Details on Acronym:   Cl* Palomar 3 HS
   Cl* Palomar 3 HS (Hartwick+Sargent) Write:<<Cl* Palomar 3 HS N>> N: 3 Object:*inCl Ref:=1978ApJ...221..512H byHARTWICK F.D.A. , SARGENT W.L.W. Astrophys. J., 221, 512-520 (1978) Radial velocities for outlying satellites and their implications for the mass of the galaxy. oTable 1, Fig. 1: <Cl* Palomar 1 HS N> (Nos 1-3), <Cl* Palomar 3 HS N> (Nos 1, 3), <Cl* Palomar 11 HS N> (Nos 1-3), <Cl* Palomar 12 HS N> (Nos 3, 5), <Cl* Palomar 13 HS N> (Nos 1-2). Table 6: <Cl* Palomar 14 HS NN> (Nos 1-62).

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