Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Details on Acronym:   SW
   SW (Supper+White) ***** Avoid the usage of SW, prefer [K99] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   SW
   SW (Sramek+Weedman) ***** Avoid the usage of SW, prefer KP Originof the Acronym: L (1982ApJ...262..460E)
Details on Acronym:   SW
   SW (Sarg+Wramdemark) Write:<<SW NNN>> N: 150 Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Ref:=1970A&AS....2..251S bySARG K. , WRAMDEMARK S. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 2, 251-259 (1970) Photoelectric photometry of early-type stars in a Milky Way field in Cepheus. o<SW NNN> (Nos 1-150). Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 1850 SW
   Cl* NGC 1850 SW (Sebo+Wood) Write:<<Cl* NGC 1850 SW NNNNN>> N: >10753 Object:*inCl in source:NAME LMC Ref:=1995ApJ...449..164S bySEBO K.M. , WOOD P.R. Astrophys. J., 449, 164-177 (1995) Variable stars in Magellanic Cloud clusters. II. NGC 1850. o<Cl* NGC 1850 SW NNNNN> N≥10753 =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <J/ApJ/449/164/>
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 330 SW
   Cl* NGC 330 SW (Sebo+Wood) Write:<<Cl* NGC 330 SW NNNN>> Object:*inCl Ref:=1994AJ....108..932S bySEBO K.M. , WOOD P.R. Astron. J., 108, 932-943 (1994) Variable stars in and around the SMC cluster NGC 330. oTables 1, 2: <Cl* NGC 330 SW NNNN> N=50 among 8192. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <J/AJ/108/932/>
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 4147 SW
   Cl* NGC 4147 SW (Sandage+Walker) ====>Equivalent to: NGC 4147
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 6341 SW
   Cl* NGC 6341 SW (Sandage+Walker) ====>Equivalent to: NGC 6341
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 6341 SW
   Cl* NGC 6341 SW (Sandage+Walker) Write:<<Cl* NGC 6341 SW xNN>> N: 22 Object:*inCl Rem:Table 1: numbering system from earlier studies, given here
for the first time. Ref:=1966ApJ...143..313S bySANDAGE A. , WALKER M.F. Astrophys. J., 143, 313-326 (1966) Three-color photometry of the bright stars in the globular cluster M 92. oTables 1, 2, 3: <NGC 6341 NN>, <NGC 6341 NNNN>, <NGC 6341 NNNNN> N=147. Table 1: <Cl* NGC 6341 SW XNN> (Nos X1-X22).
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 6356 SW
   Cl* NGC 6356 SW (Sandage+Wallerstein) Write:<<Cl* NGC 6356 SW A>>
<<Cl* NGC 6356 SW NNN>> N: 25+166 Object:*inCl Ref:=1960ApJ...131..598S bySANDAGE A. , WALLERSTEIN G. Astrophys. J., 131, 598-609 (1960) Color-magnitude diagram for the disk globular cluster NGC 6356 compared with halo clusters. oTable 1: <Cl* NGC 6356 SW A> (Nos A-Y). Table 2: <Cl* NGC 6356 SW NNN> (Nos 1-166).
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 7006 SW
   Cl* NGC 7006 SW (Sandage+Wildey) Write:<<Cl* NGC 7006 SW R-NNN>> N: 108+61 Object:*inCl Rem:* in ring II and ring III.
Format can also be written 'NNNN' with 4 digits,
ex.: Cl* NGC 7006 SW II-1 = Cl* NGC 7006 SW 2001 Ref:=1967ApJ...150..469S bySANDAGE A. , WILDEY R. Astrophys. J., 150, 469-482 (1967) The anomalous color-magnitude diagram of the remote globular cluster NGC 7006. oTable 2: <Cl* NGC 7006 SW II-NNN> (Nos II-1 to II-108), Cl* NGC 7006 SW III-NN> (Nos III-1 to III-61).

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