Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati BASW$

Details on Acronym:   BASW
   BASW (Baade+Swope)= (H) = ([H29]) = (Hubble) Write:<<BASW NNN>>
<<BASW NNN>> N: 7+416 Object:V* + Nova  (SIMBAD class: V* = Variable Star) Note:Identif. charts.
Field I in M 31.
The numbering 'NNN' continues [H29] (Hubble 1929ApJ....69..103H)
All V* among (Nos 1-467) have a idenditification 'BASW NNN' in SIMBAD.
Field II and IV in M 31: see Gapo and [BS63] in source:M 31 = NGC 224 Ref:=1929ApJ....69..103H byHUBBLE E. Astrophys. J., 69, 103-157 (1929) A spiral nebula as a stellar system, Messier 31. oTables I, II, III: [H29] VNN use <BASW NN> (Nos 1-50). Tables IV, V: <[H29] ANN> N=63 among (Nos N1-N86). Ref:=1965AJ.....70..212B byBAADE W. , SWOPE H.H. Astron. J., 70, 212-268 (1965) Variables in the Andromeda galaxy - Fields I and III. oThe numbering NNN continues the numbering of Hubble, 1929ApJ....69..103H. All V* among (Nos 1-467) have a idenditification 'BASW NNN' in SIMBAD. oTables IV, VII, VIII: <BASW NNN> N=446 among (Nos 1-467). Table IV: <BASW AN> (Nos N1-N7). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   H
   H (Hubble) ***** Avoid the usage of H, prefer BASW Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   [H29]
   [H29] (Hubble, 1929) Note:Tables I, II, III: (Nos 1-50), often quoted VNN in the literature. ***** Avoid the usage of [H29], prefer BASW
Details on Acronym:   Hubble
   Hubble (Hubble) ***** Avoid the usage of Hubble, prefer BASW Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature

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