Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Details on Acronym:   SRN
   SRN (* in Reflection Nebula) ***** Avoid the usage of SRN, prefer VDB
Details on Acronym:   VDB
   VDB (Van den Bergh) Write:<<Cl VDB NNN>> N: 9 Object:OCl  (SIMBAD class: OpCl = Open (galactic) Cluster) Note:N=9, Cl VDB 1, 80, 83, 85, 92, 130, 150, 152.
'Cl VDB 1' also named 'CV Mon cluster' or 'Anonymous VDB cluster', appears for the 1st time in the literature in Van Den Bergh, 1957ApJ...126..323V, then in Arp, 1960ApJ...131..322A, and in Lynga, Catalogue of open cluster, 1979 (C nomenclature).
Other clusters have been found associated with a Van Den Bergh reflexion nebula (ref. 1966AJ.....71..990V), and they have the same numbering as the associated 'VDB NNN'. Auth.:VAN DEN BERGH S.
Details on Acronym:   VDB
   VDB (Van Den Bergh) ***** Avoid the usage of VDB, prefer [V64] Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   VDB
   VDB (Van Den Bergh) Write:<<VDB NNN>> N: 159 Object:RFN  (SIMBAD class: RfNeb = Reflection Nebula) Note:The number 'NNN' identifies the nebula around a BD of CD star. Ref:=1966AJ.....71..990V byVAN DEN BERGH S. Astron. J., 71, 990-998 (1966) A study of reflection nebulae. oTable I: <VdB NNN> (Nos 1-158) Ref:=1968AJ.....73..233R byRACINE R. Astron. J., 73, 233-245 (1968) Stars in reflection nebulae. oWhen there is one star in the nebula, they are the same object 'VdB NNN' in SIMBAD. When there are several stars 'VdB NNNa' in the nebula 'VdB NNN', we try to separate them. oTable II: <VdB NNN> (No. 159) added, <VdB NNNA> N=188. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as VII/21
Details on Acronym:   VDB
   VDB (Van Den Bergh)= (SRN) Write:<<VDB NNN>>
<<VDB NNNa>> N: 188 Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Note:Table II (and Identif. charts, fig. 5, p. 244) introduces stars in the nebulae, format NNN when there is just one star in the nebula, format NNNa when there are several stars in the nebula. Ref:=1968AJ.....73..233R byRACINE R. Astron. J., 73, 233-245 (1968) Stars in reflection nebulae. oWhen there is one star in the nebula, they are the same object 'VdB NNN' in SIMBAD. When there are several stars 'VdB NNNa' in the nebula 'VdB NNN', we try to separate them. oTable II: <VdB NNN> (No. 159) added, <VdB NNNA> N=188. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as VII/21
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 6522 VB
   Cl* NGC 6522 VB (Van den Bergh) ====>Equivalent to: Cl* NGC 6522 VDB
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 6522 VDB
   Cl* NGC 6522 VDB (Van Den Bergh) Write:<<Cl* NGC 6522 VDB ggg>>
<<Cl* NGC 6522 VDB NNN>> N: 6+508 Object:*inCl Rem:Table I: Photoelectric standards, (Nos alf-zet), N=6

Tables VI, VII: stars near and in ring surrounding NGC 6522, (Nos 1-508) Ref:=1971AJ.....76.1082V byVAN DEN BERGH S. Astron. J., 76, 1082-1098 (1971) UBV photometry in the nuclear bulge of the Galaxy. oTable I: <Cl* NGC 6522 VDB aaa> (Nos alf-zet), N=6. Table II: <Cl* NGC 6528 VDB A> (Nos A-F). Tables VI, VII: <Cl* NGC 6522 VDB NNN> (Nos 1-508). Table VIII: <Cl* NGC 6528 VDB NNN> (Nos 1-450). Table IX: <[V71a] NNN> (Nos 1-557)
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 6528 VDB
   Cl* NGC 6528 VDB (Van Den Bergh) Write:<<Cl* NGC 6528 VDB A>>
<<Cl* NGC 6528 VDB NNN>> N: 6+450 Object:*inCl Rem:Table II: Photoelectric standards, (Nos A-F), N=6

Table VIII: NGC 6528 field, (Nos 1-450)
Ref:=1971AJ.....76.1082V byVAN DEN BERGH S. Astron. J., 76, 1082-1098 (1971) UBV photometry in the nuclear bulge of the Galaxy. oTable I: <Cl* NGC 6522 VDB aaa> (Nos alf-zet), N=6. Table II: <Cl* NGC 6528 VDB A> (Nos A-F). Tables VI, VII: <Cl* NGC 6522 VDB NNN> (Nos 1-508). Table VIII: <Cl* NGC 6528 VDB NNN> (Nos 1-450). Table IX: <[V71a] NNN> (Nos 1-557)

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