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Details on Acronym:   Haro
   Haro (Haro) ***** Avoid the usage of Haro, prefer [H53b]
Details on Acronym:   Haro
   Haro (Haro) ***** Avoid the usage of Haro, prefer [H56] Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   Haro
   Haro (Haro)= (Haro 1-) Write:<<Haro 1-NN>> N: 17 Object:Em*  (SIMBAD class: Em* = Emission-line Star) Ref:=1949AJ.....54..188H byHARO G. Astron. J., 54, 188-189 (1949) Faint spectra showing Hα in emission in the obscuring clouds of Ophiuchus and Scorpius and in a region in Sagittarius. oTable I: <Haro 1-NN> (Nos 1-1 to 1-17).
Details on Acronym:   Haro
   Haro (Haro)= (Haro 4-) Write:<<Haro 4-NNN>> N: 495 Object:Em. Obj.  (SIMBAD class: Em* = Emission-line Star) Note:Identif charts.
See also [H53b]. in source:NAME Orion Nebula Ref:=1953ApJ...117...73H byHARO G. Astrophys. J., 117, 73-82 (1953) H-α emission stars and peculiar objects in the region of the Orion Nebula. oTable 1: <Haro 4-NNN> (Nos 4-1 to 4-255). Table 2: <[H53b] NNa> (Nos 1a-13a). Ref:=1982BITon...3...69P byPARSAMIAN E.S. , CHAVIRA E. Bol. Inst. Tonantzintla, 3, 69-96 (1982) Catalog of H-α emission stars in the region of the Orion nebula. oTable 1, col(1): <PaCh NNN> (Nos 1-534). Table 1, col(4): <Haro 4-NNN> (Nos 256-495) =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <II/309/>
Details on Acronym:   Haro
   Haro (Haro)= (HM) = (Haro 5-) Write:<<Haro 5-NN>> N: 98 Object:Em*  (SIMBAD class: Em* = Emission-line Star) Note:Identif. charts. in source:IC 434 Ref:=1953BOTT....1g..11H byHARO G. , MORENO A. Bol. Obs. Tonantz. Tacub., 1, part no 7, 11-22 (1953) Estrellas con Hα em emission en las cercanias de IC 434. oTable 1: <Haro 5-NN> (Nos 5-1 to 5-98).
Details on Acronym:   Haro
   Haro (Haro)= (Haro 6-) Write:<<Haro 6-NN>> N: 75 Object:Em*  (SIMBAD class: Em* = Emission-line Star) Note:2 Objects are PN: Haro 6-29 = PN H 3-29 = PN G174.2-14.6, Haro 6-75 = PN H 3-75 = PN G193.6-09.5. Ref:=1953BOTT....1h...3H byHARO G. , IRIARTE B., CHAVIRA E. Bol. Obs. Tonantz. Tacub., 1, part no 8, 3-18 (1953) Nuevas estrellas con emission en las regiones obscuras del Toro-Auriga-Orion investigadas por Joy. oHaro 6-29 = PN H 3-29, Haro 6-75 = PN H 3-75. o<Haro 6-NN> (Nos 6-1 to 6-75). <PN H 3-NN> N=2 (Nos 3-29, 3-75).
Details on Acronym:   Haro
   Haro (Haro)= (Haro 7-) Write:<<Haro 7-NN>> Object:Em*  (SIMBAD class: Em* = Emission-line Star) Note:p. 420: definition of the list Haro 7-: 'Unpublished. These objects were found marked on the original plates during a visit by Herbig to Tonantzintla in 1961. The numbers have been assigned arbitrarily'. 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.
Details on Acronym:   Haro
   Haro (Haro) ***** Avoid the usage of Haro, prefer [KH81] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   Haro 1-
   Haro 1- (Haro) ***** Avoid the usage of Haro 1-, prefer Haro
Details on Acronym:   Haro 4-
   Haro 4- (Haro, list 4) ***** Avoid the usage of Haro 4-, prefer Haro
Details on Acronym:   Haro 5-
   Haro 5- (Haro, list 5) ***** Avoid the usage of Haro 5-, prefer Haro
Details on Acronym:   Haro 6-
   Haro 6- (Haro, list 6) ***** Avoid the usage of Haro 6-, prefer Haro
Details on Acronym:   Haro 7-
   Haro 7- (Haro, list 7) ***** Avoid the usage of Haro 7-, prefer Haro
Details on Acronym:   HM
   HM (Haro+Moreno) ***** Avoid the usage of HM, prefer Haro

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