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Result of query: info cati SBSG$

Details on Acronym:   BSS
   BSS (Biurakan obs., Second Survey) ** catalog: use SBSG Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   MrkII
   MrkII (Markarian, 2nd Biurakan obs. Survey) ***** Avoid the usage of MrkII, prefer SBSG Originof the Acronym: L (1997A&A...323...31K)
Details on Acronym:   SBS
   SBS (Second Biurakan obs., Survey) ** catalog: use SBSG Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   SBSG
   SBSG (Second Biurakan obs. Survey, G)= MrkII Write:<<SBSG HHMM+DDdA>>
<<SBSG JHHMM+DDdA>> Object:QSO, Blue G  (SIMBAD class: Galaxy) Note:The results of the SBS in successive papers are given in separate tables for 'peculiar objects or galaxies' (Table 1), and 'blue stars' (Tables 2) with the same acronym SBS. The format is not sufficient to discriminate the objects (e.g. SBS 1210+537 in 1988Afz....29..247S is present twice for two differents tables), so that we urge to use respectively SBSS (S for Star) and SBSG (G for Galaxy). N=1286 galaxies in the whole SBS
Identif. charts Ref:=1980ATsir1141....1M byMARKARIAN B.E. , STEPANIAN J.A., LIPOVETSKIJ V.A. Astron. Tsirk., 1141, 1-3 (1980) New quasi-stellar objects. I. o<SBSG HHMM+DDd> N=7 Ref:=1983Afz....19...29M byMARKARIAN B.E. , LIPOVETSKY V.A., STEPANIAN J.A. Astrofizika, 19, 29-43 (1983) The second Byurakan spectral sky survey. I. Quasistellar and Seyfert objects. oDon't use the 'NN' format in the 1st column of tables oTables 1, 2: <SBSG HHMM+DDdA> N=21+10 Ref:=1983Afz....19..639M byMARKARIAN B.E. , STEPANIAN J.A. Astrofizika, 19, 639-654 (1983) The second Byurakan spectral sky survey. I. The results of the area centred on α = 11h 30 m, δ = 59 00. oDon't use the 'NNN' format in the 1st column of tables oTable 1: <SBSG HHMM+DDdA> N=107. Table 2: <SBSS HHMM+DDd> N=11 Ref:=1984Afz....20...21M byMARKARIAN B.E. , STEPANIAN J.A. Astrofizika, 20, 21-34 (1984) The second Byurakan spectral sky survey. II. The results of the area centred on α = 09h 50m, δ = +55 00. oDon't use the 'NNN' format in the 1st column of tables oTable 1: <SBSG HHMM+DDdA> N=110. Table 2: <SBSS HHMM+DDd> N=24 Ref:=1984Afz....20..513M byMARKARIAN B.E. , STEPANIAN J.A. Astrofizika, 20, 513-524 (1984) The second Byurakan spectral sky survey. III. The results of the area centred on α = 08 00, δ = +59 00. oDon't use the 'NN' format in the 1st column of tables oTable 1: <SBSG HHMM+DDdA> N=94. Table 2: <SBSS HHMM+DDd> N=12 Ref:=1985Afz....23..439M byMARKARIAN B.E. , STEPANIAN J.A., ERASTOVA L.K. Astrofizika, 23, 439-450 (1985) The second Byurakan spectral sky survey. IV. The field α = 12h 22, δ = +55 00. oDon't use the 'NNN' format in the 1st column of tables oTable 1: <SBSG HHMM+DDdA> N=106. Table 2: <SBSS HHMM+DDd> N=12 Ref:=1988Afz....29..247S bySTEPANIAN J.A. , LIPOVETSKY V.A., ERASTOVA L.K. Astrofizika, 29, 247-259 (1988) The second Byurakan spectral sky survey. VI. The results of the area centered on α = 09 h 47 m, δ = +51 00'. oDon't use the 'NNN' format in the 1st column of tables oTable 1: <SBSG HHMM+DDdA> N=120. Table 2: <SBSS HHMM+DDd> N=30 Ref:=1997A&AS..124..405D byDOUBLIER V. , COMTE G., PETROSIAN A., SURACE C., TURATTO M. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 124, 405-424 (1997) Multi-spectral study of a new sample of blue compact dwarf galaxies. I. B and R surface photometry of 23 objects from the Byurakan lists. oNote that in table 1, the 9 SBS HHMM+DDd galaxies have coordinates in B1950 and NOT in 2000... o<SBSG JHHMM+DDdA> N=9 Ref:=2000A&AS..147..169B byBICAY M.D. , STEPANIAN J.A., CHAVUSHYAN V.H., ERASTOVA L.K., AYVAZYAN V.T., SEAL J., KOJOIAN G. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 147, 169-173 (2000) Accurate optical positions for 2978 objects from the Second Byurakan Survey (SBS) with the Digitized Sky Survey. oTable 1: <SBSG HHMM+DDdA> N=1401. Table 2: <SBSS HHMM+DDdA> N=1577. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+AS/147/169 Originof the Acronym: D = Assigned by the Dictionary of Acronyms
Details on Acronym:   SBSSS
   SBSSS (Second Biurakan obs., Spectral Sky Survey) ** catalog: use SBSG Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature

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