Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati Em* LkHA NNN$


Details on Acronym:   Herbig
   Herbig (Herbig) ***** Avoid the usage of Herbig, prefer LkHA Originof the Acronym: L (2004AJ....127.2659R)
Details on Acronym:   LH-alpha
   LH-alpha (Lick obs., H-alpha Em*) ***** Avoid the usage of LH-alpha, prefer LkHA
Details on Acronym:   Lick H
   Lick H (Lick obs., H-alpha) ***** Avoid the usage of Lick H, prefer LkHA
Details on Acronym:   Lick H-alpha
   Lick H-alpha (Lick obs., H-alpha) ***** Avoid the usage of Lick H-alpha, prefer LkHA
Details on Acronym:   LkH
   LkH (Lick obs., H-alpha Em*) ***** Avoid the usage of LkH, prefer LkHA
Details on Acronym:   LkHA
   LkHA (Lick obs., H-alpha Em*)= (ASP) = (Herbig) = (LH-alpha) = (Lick H) = (Lick H-alpha) = (LkH) = (LkHalpha) Write:<<Em* LkHA NNNA>> Object:Em*  (SIMBAD class: Em* = Emission-line Star) Note:First quoted as LH-alpha, then changed into LkH-alpha or LkH.
Don't confuse with Lamont-Hussey stars LHA 115-S or LHA 120-S in the SMC and LMC. Some numbering were unpublished:
in NGC 1333, (Nos 277-285), see ref. 1972ApJ...174..401H.
Near LkHA 120, (Nos 322 and 323), see ref. 1972ApJ...174..401H. Ref:=1954ApJ...119..483H byHERBIG G.H. Astrophys. J., 119, 483-495 (1954) Emission-line stars associated with the nebulous cluster NGC 2264. oTable 1: <Em* LkHA NN> (Nos 1-84) Ref:=1954PASP...66...19H byHERBIG G.H. Publ. Astron. Soc. Pac., 66, 19-22 (1954) Bright-H α stars in IC 348. oTable I: <Em* LkHA NNN> (Nos 85-100) Ref:=1956PASP...68..353H byHERBIG G.H. Publ. Astron. Soc. Pac., 68, 353-356 (1956) The source of illumination of NGC 1579. o<Em* LkHA NNN> (No. 101). Ref:=1957ApJ...125..654H byHERBIG G.H. Astrophys. J., 125, 654-660 (1957) Emission-line stars in the vicinity of Messier 8, Messier 20 and Simeis 188. oTables 1, 3, 5: <Em* LkHA NNN> (Nos 102-119, 121-130) Ref:=1958ApJ...128..259H byHERBIG G.H. Astrophys. J., 128, 259-266 (1958) NGC 7000, IC 5070 and the associated emission-line stars. oTable 1: <Em* LkHA NNN> (Nos 131-195) Ref:=1960ApJS....4..337H byHERBIG G.H. Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 4, 337-368 (1960) The spectra of Be and Ae type stars associated with nebulosity. oTables 3 col(2), 6, 13: <Em* LkHA NNN> (Nos 198-205, 208, 210-217, 233-234). Tables 3 and 4 col(1): <Herbig NN> (Nos 1-33). Ref:=1960ApJ...131..516H byHERBIG G.H. Astrophys. J., 131, 516-517 (1960) Emission-line stars in IC 5146. oTable 1: <Em* LkHA NNN> (Nos 235-257) Ref:=1961ApJ...133..337H byHERBIG G.H. Astrophys. J., 133, 337-340 (1961) Observations of RY Tauri. oTable 2: <Em* LkHA NNN> (Nos 258-259) Ref:=1961ApJ...133..438W byWALKER M.F. Astrophys. J., 133, 438-456 (1961) Studies of extremely young clusters. IV. NGC 6611. oTable 2: <NGC 6611 NNN> (Nos 1-551). Text: <Em* LkHA NNN> (Nos 260-261). Ref:=1962CoAsi.127....1R byROSINO L. , ROMANO G. Contr. Oss. Astrof. Padova in Asiago, 127, 1-15 (1962) Researches on nebular variables. II. Variables stars associated with the nebula NGC 7023 in Cepheus. oTable III: <Cl* NGC 7023 RS NN> (Nos 1-10). Table IV: <Cl* NGC 7023 RS SN> (Nos S1-S3). Table III: <Em* LkHA NNN> N=4 (Nos 425, 427, 428, 513) Ref:=1962AdA&A...1...47H byHERBIG G.H. Adv. Astr. Astrophys., 1, 47-103 (1962) The properties and problems of T Tauri stars and related objects. o<Em* LkHA NNN> (Nos 120, 262-276). Ref:=1963ApJ...137..398H byHERBIG G.H. , KUHI L.V. Astrophys. J., 137, 398-400 (1963) Emission-line stars in the region of NGC 2068. oTable 1: <Em* LkHA NNN> (Nos 286-320) Ref:=1972ApJ...174..401H byHERBIG G.H. , RAO N.K. Astrophys. J., 174, 401-423 (1972) Second catalog of emission-line stars of the Orion population. oTable 1: <HBC NNN> (Nos 1-323), <Em* LkHA NN> (Nos 321, 324-350). p. 420: <Haro 7-NN> unpublished. Ref:=1974LicOB.658....1H byHERBIG G.H. Lick Obs. Bull., 658, 1-None (1974) Draft catalog of Herbig-Haro objects . oHH 13 marked on Fig. 2 but not listed o<Em* LkHA NNN> (Nos 321, 324-350). <HH NNA> (Nos 1-43) No. 37 is missing. Ref:=1979AJ.....84..548C byCUDWORTH K.M. , HERBIG G. Astron. J., 84, 548-551 (1979) Two large-proper-motion Herbig-Haro objects. oTable II: <Em* LkHA NNN> (Nos 358-359) added. Table II: <[CH79] A> (No. A). Ref:=1980AJ.....85..230M byMARCY G.W. Astron. J., 85, 230-234 (1980) NGC 2264 and NGC 7000/IC 5070 revisited: a new search for emission H α stars. oTables I, II: <Em* LkHA NNN> (Nos 360-377) Ref:=1984RMxAA...9...31D byDELLA PRUGNA F. , CALVET N., ARAQUE M.C. Rev. Mex. Astron. Astrofis., 9, 31-33 (1984) Accurate positions for young objects : NGC 7000 and IC 5070. oTable 1: <Em* LkHA NNN> (Nos 441-442) Ref:=1994A&AS..106..165A byASPIN C. , SANDELL G., RUSSELL A.P.G. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 106, 165-198 (1994) Near-IR imaging photometry of NGC 1333. I. The embedded PMS stellar population. oSSV = [SVS76] NGC 1333, HJ = [HJ83], S86 = SSWMW, IRAS = [JCC87] o<ASR NNN> (Nos 1-134). <Em* LkHA NNNa> (No. 352A). Ref:=1995A&A...293..550C byCORCORAN D. , RAY T.P., BASTIEN P. Astron. Astrophys., 293, 550-558 (1995) Optical outflows in the vicinity of LkHα 198. oSee also [AMB96] ref. 1996ApJ...472..349A o<[CRB95] Loop A> (Nos A-B), <[CRB95] Knot A> (Nos A-J), <[CRB95] IRS N> (Nos 1-2). Fig.2: <Em* LkHA NNNA> (No. 198B). Ref:=1995AJ....109..280H byHILLENBRAND L.A. , MEYER M.R., STROM S.E., SKRUTSKIE M.F. Astron. J., 109, 280-297 (1995) Isolated star-forming regions containing Herbig Ae/Be stars. I. The young stellar aggregate associated with BD +40 4124. op. 297: Red nebular source = EQ J202047+411216 oTables 2, 3: <[HMS95] NNN> (Nos 1-33) and N=6 among (Nos 118-140). <Em* LkHA NNNW> (Nos 225N, 225S). Ref:=1998AJ....116..860M byMUNDT R. , EISLOEFFEL J. Astron. J., 116, 860-867 (1998) T Tauri stars associated with Herbig-Haro objects and jets. oFig.3: <[ME98] V536 Aql Knot A> (Nos A-E). Fig.4: <[ME98] LkHA 321 Knot A> (Nos A-E). Fig.6: <[ME98] V1331 Cyg Knot A> (Nos A-H). <Em* LkHA NNNA> (No. 321B).
Details on Acronym:   LkHalpha
   LkHalpha (Lick obs., H-alpha Em*) ***** Avoid the usage of LkHalpha, prefer LkHA

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