Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati CN ANNNN N$



Details on Acronym:   CN
   CN (Couch+Newell)= (CN84) Write:<<CN ANNNN NNN>>
<<CN CHHMM+DD NNN>> Object:G in ClG  (SIMBAD class: GinCl = Galaxy in Cluster of Galaxies) Note:In numerous references, the authors refers as 'CN' a survey of Couch + Newell in several ClG, never completely published.
The galaxies are 'CN' cross-identified with another acronym with the same format in SIMBAD: [CEG83], [CN84], [ECM85], [CS87], [MEC88] in source:ACO 370 in source:ACO 1525 in source:ACO 1689 in source:ACO 1942 in source:ACCG 103 = ACO S 910 in source:ACCG 106 = ACO 3665 in source:ACCG 113 = ACO 3934 in source:ACCG 114 = ACO S 1077 in source:ACCG 116 = ACO 4041 in source:ACCG 118 = ACO 2744 in source:ACCG 121 = ACO 3157 in source:ACCG 122 = ACO 3207 in source:ClG 0016+1609 = 1E 0015.9+1609 Ref:=1983MNRAS.205.1287C byCOUCH W.J. , ELLIS R.S., GODWIN J., CARTER D. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 205, 1287-1312 (1983) Spectral energy distributions for galaxies in high redshift clusters - I. Methods and application to three clusters with 0.22 < z < 0.31. oPlates 1a, 1b, 1c: <[CEG83] A1942 NN> = <CN A1942 NN> Nos among (Nos 1-81), <[CEG83] A1525 NN> = <CN A1525 NN> Nos among (Nos 1-62), <[CEG83] AC103 NNN> = <CN AC103 NNN> Nos among (Nos 1-145). Ref:=1984ApJS...56..143C byCOUCH W.J. , NEWELL E.B. Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 56, 143-192 (1984) Distant clusters of galaxies. I. Uniform photometry of 14 rich clusters. oTable 2: <[CN84] ACCG NNN N> = <CN ACNNN N>, <[CN84] ACO NNNN NN> = <CN ANNNN N>, N=32. Ref:=1985MNRAS.217..239E byELLIS R.S. , COUCH W.J., MacLAREN I., KOO D.C. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 217, 239-264 (1985) Spectral energy distributions for galaxies in high-redshift clusters - II. 0016+16 at z = 0.54. oTable 5: <[ECM85] NNN> = <CN C0016+16 NNN>, N=47 among 150. Ref:=1987MNRAS.229..423C byCOUCH W.J. , SHARPLES R.M. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 229, 423-456 (1987) A spectroscopic study of three rich galaxy clusters at ζ=0.31. oTable 2: <[CS87] AC103 NNN> = <CN AC103 NNN> N=60 among 430. Table 3: <[CS87] AC114 NNN> = <CN AC114 NNN> N=52 among 859. Table 4: <[CS87] AC118 NNN> = <CN AC118 NNN> N=40 among 398. Ref:=1988MNRAS.230..249M byMacLAREN I. , ELLIS R.S., COUCH W.J. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 230, 249-272 (1988) Spectral energy distributions of galaxies in high-redshift clusters. III. Abell 370 at z=0.37. oTable 3: <[MEC88] NNN> = <CN A370 NNN> N=124 among (Nos 1-297). Ref:=1994ApJ...430..121C byCOUCH W.J. , ELLIS R.S., SHARPLES R.M., SMAIL I. Astrophys. J., 430, 121-138 (1994) Morphological studies of the galaxy populations in distant "Butcher-Oemler" clusters with HST. I. AC 114 at z = 0.31 and Abell 370 at z = 0.37. oTables 2, 3, 4: <[CS87] AC114 NNN> = <CN AC114 NNN> Nos among (Nos 30-832). Originof the Acronym: L (1988MNRAS.230..249M,1987MNRAS.229..423C,1998ApJ...497..188C)
Details on Acronym:   CN
   CN (Cometary Nebula) ***** Avoid the usage of CN, prefer [MKM2003b] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   Cn
   Cn (Cannon) Write:<<PN Cn 1-N>>
<<PN Cn 2-N>>
<<PN Cn 3-N>> N: 6+1+1 Object:PN  (SIMBAD class: PN = Planetary Nebula) Note:List 1: format '1-N', N=6.
List 2: Cn 2-1 = PN G356.2-04.4 = PK 356-4 1.
List 3: Cn 3-1 = PN G038.2+12.0 = PK 038+12 1. Ref:=1921HarCi.224....1C byCANNON A.J. Harvard Circ., 224, 1-None (1921) Stars having peculiar spectra. 16 new variable stars. o<PN Cn 1-N> N=6 Ref:=1923BHarO.784....1C byCANNON A.J. Harvard Bull., 784, 1-None (1923) New planetary nebula. o<PN Cn 2-N> (No. 2-1). Ref:=1926BHarO.837....2C byCANNON A.J. Harvard Bull., 837, 2-None (1926) Peculiar spectra. o<PN Cn 3-N> (No. 3-1).
Details on Acronym:   CN84
   CN84 (Couch+Newell, 1984) ***** Avoid the usage of CN84, prefer CN Originof the Acronym: L (2006ApJ...644..116M)
Details on Acronym:   Cl* Westerlund 1 CN
   Cl* Westerlund 1 CN (Clark+Negueruela) Write:<<Cl* Westerlund 1 CN A>> N: 24 Object:WR* Ref:=2002A&A...396L..25C byCLARK J.S. , NEGUERUELA I. Astron. Astrophys., 396, 25-29 (2002) A hidden population of Wolf-Rayet stars in the massive galactic cluster Westerlund 1. oObjects YHG W NNN and YSG WN = Cl* Westerlund 1 W NNN. oTable 1: <Cl* Westerlund 1 CN A> (Nos A-K). Ref:=2005A&A...434..949C byCLARK J.S. , NEGUERUELA I., CROWTHER P.A., GOODWIN S.P. Astron. Astrophys., 434, 949-969 (2005) On the massive stellar population of the super star cluster Cl Westerlund 1. oTable 1: <Cl* Westerlund 1 CN A> (Nos L-M) added, <Cl* Westerlund 1 W NNNa> (Nos 2a, 8a, 12a, 14a, 16a, 23a, 42a, 43a, 57a, 61a, 61b) added. Ref:=2005A&A...436..541N byNEGUERUELA I. , CLARK J.S. Astron. Astrophys., 436, 541-547 (2005) Further Wolf-Rayet stars in the starburst cluster Cl Westerlund 1. oTable 2: <Cl* Westerlund 1 CN A> (Nos O-S) added. Table 2: <WR NNa> (Nos 77a-77s) added. Table 2, Fig. 2: <Cl* Westerlund 1 W NNNa> (Nos 14b, 14c, 46a, 57c) added. Ref:=2006A&A...458..453V byVAN DER HUCHT K.A. Astron. Astrophys., 458, 453-459 (2006) New Galactic Wolf-Rayet stars, and candidates. An annex to The VIIth Catalogue of Galactic Wolf-Rayet Stars. oParagraph 2 stars WR 111a, WR 111b, WR 111c are [EML2004] Star A, [EML2004] Star B and [EML2004] Star C in Simbad. oTable 1: <Cl* Westerlund 1 CN A> (Nos T-X) added. Table 1: <WR NNaa> (Nos 77aa, 77sa to 77sd, 77t) added.
Details on Acronym:   Cl* Westerlund 1 WR
   Cl* Westerlund 1 WR (WR*) ====>Equivalent to: Cl* Westerlund 1 CN

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