Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Details on Acronym:   LS
   LS (Luminous *)= (LSI) = (LSII) = (LSIII) = (LSIV) = (LSN) = (NLS) = (LSV) = (LSVI) Write:<<LS R +DD NNN>> N: 7425 Object:Northern OB*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:Luminous stars in the Northern hemisphere. The roman numeral in the format stands for the volume (I to VI) of the reference. Identif. charts in Hamburger Sternwarte, Warner and Swasey Obs. for vol. II, IV, VI. See also LS NNNN, LS in the Southern hemisphere. Ref:=1959LS....C01....0H byHARDORP J. , ROHLFS K., SLETTEBAK A., STOCK J. Hamburger Sternw., Warner & Swasey Obs., 1, 0 (1959) Luminous stars in the Northern Milky Way. Part I. o<LS I +DD NNN> N=1910. Ref:=1960LS....C02....0S bySTOCK J. , NASSAU J.J., STEPHENSON C.B. Hamburger Sternw., Warner & Swasey Obs., 2, 0 (1960) Luminous stars in the Northern Milky Way. o<LS II +DD NNN> N=1095. Ref:=1964LS....C03....0H byHARDORP J. , THEILE I., VOIGT H.H. Hamburger Sternw., Warner & Swasey Obs., 3, 0 (1964) Luminous Stars in the Northern Milky Way o<LS III +DD NNN> N=1800. Ref:=1963LS....C04....0N byNASSAU J.J. , STEPHENSON C.B. Hamburger Sternw., Warner & Swasey Obs., 4, 0 (1963) Luminous Stars in the Northern Milky Way o<LS IV +DD NNN> N=800. Ref:=1965LS....C05....0H byHARDORP J. , THEILE I., VOIGT H.H. Hamburger Sternw., Warner & Swasey Obs., 5, 0 (1965) Luminous Stars in the Northern Milky Way o<LS V +DD NNN> N=1320. Ref:=1965LS....C06....0N byNASSAU J.J. , STEPHENSON C.B., MacCONNELL D.J. Hamburger Sternw., Warner & Swasey Obs., 6, 0 (1965) Luminous Stars in the Northern Milky Way o<LS VI +DD NNN> N=500. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as III/15 =E=Catalogue in electronic form as III/76
Details on Acronym:   LS
   LS (Luminous *)= LSS = (LSSMW) = (SLS) = (SS) Write:<<LS NNNN>> N: 5132 Object:Southern OB*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:Luminous stars in the Southern hemisphere. See also LS R +DD NNN, LS in the Northern hemisphere. Ref:=1971PW&SO...1a...1S bySTEPHENSON C.B. , SANDULEAK N. Publ. Warner & Swasey Obs., 1, part no 1, 1 (1971) Luminous stars in the Southern Milky Way. oTable I: <LS NNNN> (Nos 1-5132) =E=Catalogue in electronic form as III/43
Details on Acronym:   LS
   LS (L. Smith) ***** Avoid the usage of LS, prefer LSWR
Details on Acronym:   LS
   LS (Line Source) ***** Avoid the usage of LS, prefer [MSB86] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   LSI
   LSI (Luminous *, 1st) ***** Avoid the usage of LSI, prefer LS
Details on Acronym:   LSII
   LSII (Luminous *, 2nd) ***** Avoid the usage of LSII, prefer LS
Details on Acronym:   LSIII
   LSIII (Luminous *, 3rd) ***** Avoid the usage of LSIII, prefer LS
Details on Acronym:   LSIV
   LSIV (Luminous *, 4th) ***** Avoid the usage of LSIV, prefer LS
Details on Acronym:   LSN
   LSN (Luminous *, Northern) ***** Avoid the usage of LSN, prefer LS
Details on Acronym:   LSS
   LSS (Luminous *, Southern) ====>Equivalent to: LS
Details on Acronym:   LSSMW
   LSSMW (Luminous *, Southern Milky Way) ***** Avoid the usage of LSSMW, prefer LS
Details on Acronym:   LSV
   LSV (Luminous *, 5th) ***** Avoid the usage of LSV, prefer LS
Details on Acronym:   LSVI
   LSVI (Luminous *, 6th) ***** Avoid the usage of LSVI, prefer LS
Details on Acronym:   NLS
   NLS (Northern Luminous *) ***** Avoid the usage of NLS, prefer LS Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   SLS
   SLS (Southern Luminous *) ***** Avoid the usage of SLS, prefer LS
Details on Acronym:   SS
   SS (Stephenson+Sanduleak) ***** Avoid the usage of SS, prefer LS
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 3201 LS
   Cl* NGC 3201 LS (Layden+Sarajedini) Write:<<Cl* NGC 3201 LS NNNNN>> N: 10944 Object:*inCl Ref:=2003AJ....125..208L byLAYDEN A.C. , SARAJEDINI A. Astron. J., 125, 208-223 (2003) Photometry of the globular cluster NGC 3201 and its variable stars. oTable 2: <Cl* NGC 3201 LS NNNNN> (Nos 1-10944).

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