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Result of query: info cati BF76]$

Details on Acronym:   [BF76]
   [BF76] (Bridle+Fomalont, 1976) Write:<<[BF76] A>>
<<[BF76] A(aaa)>>
<<[BF76] N>> N: 8+13+5 Object:(Rad) + G  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of unknown nature) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:N=8 galaxies in ACO 2256 (Nos 1-8).
Radio features in ACO 2256, (Nos A-M), Nos C and F have components (Nos C(i), C(ii), F(i), F(ii), F(iii)).
(Nos A-M) are identical to [RSM94] A to M. See also [RSM94].
Table 1: N=8 galaxies in ACO 2256. in source:ACO 2256 Ref:=1976A&A....52..107B byBRIDLE A.H. , FOMALONT E.B. Astron. Astrophys., 52, 107-113 (1976) Complex radio emission from the X-ray cluster Abell 2256. oFig.2: <[BF76] A> (Nos A-H). Table 1: <[BF76] N> (Nos 1-8). Ref:=1979A&A....80..201B byBRIDLE A.H. , FOMALONT E.B., MILEY G.K., VALENTIJN E.A. Astron. Astrophys., 80, 201-211 (1979) The radio properties of the X-ray cluster Abell 2256. oFig.1, Table 2: <[BF76] A> (Nos I-M) added, <[BF76] A(aaa)> (Nos C(i), C(ii), F(i), F(ii), F(iii)). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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