Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati CDS90 RNNNn$


Details on Acronym:   CDS90
   CDS90 (Condon+Dickey+Salpeter, 1990) Write:<<CDS90 RNNN>>
<<CDS90 RNNNn>>
<<CDS90 NNN>> N: 354+130 Object:(Rad) + G  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of unknown nature) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:1st ref.: Table II: Format 'R1' to 'R354', R for Radio-source. Table III: format NNN, N=130 galaxies 2nd ref.: 2 other radio-sources are found near 'CDS90 R147' and 'R202', the authors give them the format 'R147n' and 'R202n'. 'CDS90 R182', 'R203', and 'R307' contain 2 radio-sources, the authors give them the format 'R182A and B', etc... Ref:=1990AJ.....99.1071C byCONDON J.J. , DICKEY J.M., SALPETER E.E. Astron. J., 99, 1071-1078 (1990) A 1.4 GHz source survey in an area without nearby rich galaxy clusters. oTable II: <CDS90 ANNN> N=354, (Nos R1-R354); Table III: <CDS90 NNN> N=130 Ref:=1996ApJS..103..331L byLU N.Y. , HOFFMAN G.L., SALPETER E.E., HOUCK J.R. Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 103, 331-362 (1996) Radio properties and optical identification of two samples of millijansky radio sources at 1.4 GHz. o<CDS90 RNNNn> (Nos R147n, R202n), <CDS90 RNNNA> (Nos R182A, R182B, R203A, R203B, R307A, R307B) added =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/AJ/99/1071 =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/ApJS/103/331 Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)

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