Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati PGMW$

Details on Acronym:   P
   P (Parker+) ***** Avoid the usage of P, prefer PGMW Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   Parker
   Parker (Parker+) ***** Avoid the usage of Parker, prefer PGMW Originof the Acronym: L (1999AJ....118.1684W)
Details on Acronym:   [PGM92]
   [PGM92] (Parker+Garmany+Massey+, 1992) ====>Equivalent to: PGMW Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   PGMW
   PGMW (Parker+Garmany+Massey+Walborn)= (P) = (Parker) = [PGM92] Write:<<PGMW NNNN>> N: 522+345+273+89 Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:The format 'NNNN' is always a 4 digits format.
Table 3: UBV photometry of * in LH 9: (Nos 1001-1522).
Table 4: BV photometry of * in LH 9: (Nos 2001-2345).
Table 5: UBV photometry of * in LH 10: (Nos 3001-3273).
Table 6: BV photometry of * in LH 10: (Nos 4001-4089). in source:LH 9 in source:LH 10 Ref:=1992AJ....103.1205P byPARKER J.W. , GARMANY C.D., MASSEY P., WALBORN N.R. Astron. J., 103, 1205-1233 (1992) The stellar content of LH 9 and 10 (N11) in the LMC: a case for sequential star formation. oTables 3-6: <PGMW NNNN> (Nos 1001-1522), (Nos 2001-2345), (Nos 3001-3273), (Nos 4001-4089) Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature

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