Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati LHC79]$

Details on Acronym:   [LHC79]
   [LHC79] (Longmore+Hawarden+Cannon+, 1979) Write:<<[LHC79] A>>
<<[LHC79] N>> N: 13 Object:HI feature  (SIMBAD class: PartofG = Part of a Galaxy) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:1979MNRAS.188..285L: Table 2: (Nos A-H), 8 knots in NGC 5291 complex
Map in Plate 2
Fig.1, Plate 2: (Nos 1-5), 5 probable galaxies
1997AJ....114.1427M: (Nos A-H) are the optical knots discovered by Longmore+, (Nos I-M) are HI features discovered with the VLA in source:NGC 5291 Ref:=1979MNRAS.188..285L byLONGMORE A.J. , HAWARDEN T.G., CANNON R.D., ALLEN D.A., MEBOLD U., GOSS W.M., REIF K. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 188, 285-296 (1979) NGC 5291 : a massive, gas-rich and highly peculiar lenticular in the IC 4329 cluster. o<NAME SEASHELL>. Table 2: <[LHC79] A> (Nos A-H). Fig.1: <[LHC79] N> (Nos 1-5) Ref:=1997AJ....114.1427M byMALPHRUS B.K. , SIMPSON C.E., GOTTESMAN S.T., HAWARDEN T.G. Astron. J., 114, 1427-1446 (1997) NGC 5291: implications for the formation of dwarf galaxies. o<[LHC79] A> (Nos I-M) added Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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