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Result of query: info cati FPM88] AN$


Details on Acronym:   [FPM88]
   [FPM88] (Fort+Prieur+Mathez+, 1988) Write:<<[FPM88] AN>> N: 21 Object:Arc + Blue obj.  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of unknown nature) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:(Nos A1-A6) are 6 arcs in ACO 370.
The giant arc in ACO 370 (cited in 1988A&A...191L..19S) is found later in the literature as No. 'A0'.
(Nos B1-B4) are blue objects.
(Nos C1-C4), (Nos D1-D3), (Nos E1-E3).
Figs 1, 2: maps.
See also [KMF94] and [SDK96]. in source:ACO 370 Ref:=1988A&A...200L..17F byFORT B. , PRIEUR J.L., MATHEZ G., MELLIER Y., SOUCAIL G. Astron. Astrophys., 200, 17-20 (1988) Faint distorted structures in the core of A 370: are they gravitationally lensed galaxies at z=1 ? oThe giant arc in ACO 370 is found later in literature as [FPM88] A0 oTables I, and fig.1,2: <[FPM88] AN> (Nos A1-A6), (Nos B1-B3) Ref:=1993A&A...273..367K byKNEIB J.-P. , MELLIER Y., FORT B., MATHEZ G. Astron. Astrophys., 273, 367-None (1993) The distribution of dark matter in distant cluster-lenses: modelling A 370. oAC 114 = ACCG 114 oFigs 1, 2: <[FPM88] AN> (No. B4), (Nos C1-C3), (Nos D1-D3). Ref:=1999A&A...347...21B byBEZECOURT J. , KNEIB J.P., SOUCAIL G., EBBELS T.M.D. Astron. Astrophys., 347, 21-29 (1999) Lensed galaxies in Abell 370. I. Modeling the number counts and redshift distribution of background sources. oTable 1, Fig.1: <[FPM88] AN> (Nos C4, E1-E3) added. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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