Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati EM* GGR$

Details on Acronym:   G-G
   G-G (Gonzalez+Gonzalez) ***** Avoid the usage of G-G, prefer GGR Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   3G
   3G (Gonzalez+, 3rd list) ***** Avoid the usage of 3G, prefer GGR Originof the Acronym: L (1970MmRAS..73..153W)
Details on Acronym:   GGR
   GGR (Gonzalez+Gonzalez, direction of the gal. Rotation)= (3G) = (G-G) Write:<<Em* GGR NNN>> N: 212 Object:Em*  (SIMBAD class: Em* = Emission-line Star) Ref:=1956BOTT....2o..16G byGONZALEZ G. , GONZALEZ G. Bol. Obs. Tonantz. Tacub., 2, part no 15, 16-26 (1956) Estrellas con Hα en emission en las longitudes galacticas de 59 a 90 °. oAt the end of Table 1 (page 26), the hours of RA are 0h and 1h (not 23h as indicated on the top lines) oTable I: <EM* GGR NNN> (Nos 1-212)

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