Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Details on Acronym:   OPM
   OPM (Ohio univ., P stands for 14th hour of RA, M stands for Medium-Velocity) ***** Avoid the usage of OPM, prefer Ohio Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   PM
   PM (Proper Motion)= (PMI) = (PMII) = (PMIII) Write:<<PM HHMMm+DDMMA>>
<<PM JHHMMm+DDMM>>
<<PM JHHMMm+DDMMW>>
<<PM JHHMMm+DDMMWw>>
<<PM IHHMMm+DDMM>> (not recognised by Simbad, but found in literature) Object:PM*  (SIMBAD class: PM* = High proper-motion Star) Note:Format HHMMm+DDMMA: Catalogs of proper motion stars published by Eggen (the first two references given here).
Format JHHMMm+DDMMW: Proper motion stars in the SUPERBLINK proper motion survey, following the convention introduced by Eggen. See also LSR. Ref:=1979ApJS...39...89E byEGGEN O.J. Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 39, 89-101 (1979) Catalogs of proper-motion stars. I. Stars brighter than visual magnitude 15 and with annual proper motion of 1" or more. oTable 1A: <PM HHMMm+DDMMA> N=430 Ref:=1980ApJS...43..457E byEGGEN O.J. Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 43, 457-468 (1980) Catalogs of proper motion stars. II. Stars brighter than visual magnitude 15 and south of declination +30 with annual proper motion between 0"7 and 1"0. oCorrection in EGGEN O.J., 1983, Ap.J.Suppl. 51, 183-202 oTable 1: <PM HHMMm+DDMMA> N=434 Ref:=2005AJ....130.1247L byLEPINE S. Astron. J., 130, 1247-1260 (2005) New high proper motion stars from the Digitized Sky Survey. III. Stars with proper motions 0.45"<µ<2.0"/yr south of declination -30°. oTable 1: <PM JHHMMm+DDMMW> N=182. Ref:=2008AJ....135.2177L byLEPINE S. Astron. J., 135, 2177-2193 (2008) New high proper motion stars from the Digitized Sky Survey. IV. Completion of the southern survey and 170 additional stars with µ>0.45"/yr. oTable 1: <PM JHHMMm+DDMMW> N=170 added. Ref:=2010AJ....140..119S bySCHLIEDER J.E. , LEPINE S., SIMON M. Astron. J., 140, 119-128 (2010) β Pictoris and AB Doradus moving groups: likely new low-mass members. oTable 1: <PM JHHMMm+DDMMW> N=8 added. Ref:=2011AJ....142..138L byLEPINE S. , GAIDOS E. Astron. J., 142, 138 (2011) An all-sky catalog of bright M dwarfs. oTables 1-2: <PM JHHMMm+DDMMW> N=8889. Ref:=2012AJ....143...80S bySCHLIEDER J.E. , LEPINE S., SIMON M. Astron. J., 143, 80 (2012) Cool young stars in the northern hemisphere: β Pictoris and AB Doradus moving group candidates. oTables 1, 3: <PM JHHMMm+DDMMW> N=6+7 added. Table 2: <[SLS2012] PYC JHHMMm+DDMMW> N=204. Ref:=2013AJ....145..102L byLEPINE S. , HILTON E.J., MANN A.W., WILDE M., ROJAS-AYALA B., CRUZ K.L., GAIDOS E. Astron. J., 145, 102 (2013) A spectroscopic catalog of the brightest (J<9) M dwarfs in the northern sky. oTables 1, 3, 6-7: <PM JHHMMm+DDMMWw> N=1564. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <J/AJ/140/119/> =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <J/AJ/143/80/> =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/AJ/142/138 =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <J/AJ/145/102/> Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   PM
   PM (Proper Motion) Write:<<PM JHHMMm+DDMMA>>
<<PM JHHMMm+DDMMW A>>
<<PM JHHMMm+DDMMWw A>> Object:PM*  (SIMBAD class: PM* = High proper-motion Star) Note:Suffix A added to follow in SIMBAD the usage found in the literature regarding multiple star systems.
It is an extension of the convention introduced by Eggen for proper motion stars. Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   PM
   PM (Parker+Morgan+) ***** Avoid the usage of PM, prefer PMR Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   PM
   PM (Preite-Martinez) Write:<<PN PM 1-NNN>>
<<PN PM 2-NN>> N: 340+48 Object:Poss. PN  (SIMBAD class: PN? = Possible Planetary Nebula) Note:Table IV: PM 1-, list 1, N=340, sources with a high probability of being a PN
Table V: PM 2-, list 2, N=48, sources with a high probability of being non-PN, or only PN-related objects. Ref:=1988A&AS...76..317P byPREITE-MARTINEZ A. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 76, 317-330 (1988) Possible new planetary nebulae in the IRAS point source catalogue. oTable IV: <PN PM 1-NNN> N=340 , Table V: <PN PM 2-NN> N=48. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <J/A+AS/76/317/> Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   PMI
   PMI (Proper motion, I: (roman num.) 1st catalog) ***** Avoid the usage of PMI, prefer PM
Details on Acronym:   PMII
   PMII (Proper motion, II: (roman num.) 2nd catalog) ***** Avoid the usage of PMII, prefer PM
Details on Acronym:   PMIII
   PMIII (Proper motion, III: (roman num.) 3rd catalog) ***** Avoid the usage of PMIII, prefer PM
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 2439 PM
   Cl* NGC 2439 PM (Paunzen+Maitzen) Write:<<Cl* NGC 2439 PM NNN>> N: 113 Object:*inCl Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Ref:=2002A&A...385..867P byPAUNZEN E. , MAITZEN H.M. Astron. Astrophys., 385, 867-873 (2002) CCD photometric search for peculiar stars in open clusters. III. NGC 2439, NGC 3960, NGC 6134, NGC 6192 and NGC 6451. oTable 4: <Cl* NGC 2439 PM NNN> (Nos 1-113). Table 5: <Cl* NGC 3960 PM NN> (Nos 1-93). Table 6: <Cl* NGC 6134 PM NNN> (Nos 1-102). Table 7: <Cl* NGC 6192 PM NN> (Nos 1-98). Table 8: <Cl* NGC 6451 PM NNN> (Nos 1-146). =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <J/A+A/385/867/>
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 2489 PM
   Cl* NGC 2489 PM (Paunzen+Maitzen) Write:<<Cl* NGC 2489 PM NN>> N: 59 Object:*inCl Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Ref:=2001A&A...373..153P byPAUNZEN E. , MAITZEN H.M. Astron. Astrophys., 373, 153-158 (2001) CCD photometric search for peculiar stars in open clusters. II. NGC 2489, NGC 2567, NGC 2658, NGC 5281 and NGC 6208. oTable 4: <Cl* NGC 2489 PM NN> (Nos 1-59). Table 5: <Cl* NGC 2567 PM NN> (Nos 1-50). Table 6: <Cl* NGC 2658 PM NN> (Nos 1-55). Table7: <Cl* NGC 5281 PM NN> (Nos 1-30). Table 8: <Cl* NGC 6208 PM NN> (Nos 1-41).
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 2567 PM
   Cl* NGC 2567 PM (Paunzen+Maitzen) Write:<<Cl* NGC 2567 PM NN>> N: 50 Object:*inCl Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Ref:=2001A&A...373..153P byPAUNZEN E. , MAITZEN H.M. Astron. Astrophys., 373, 153-158 (2001) CCD photometric search for peculiar stars in open clusters. II. NGC 2489, NGC 2567, NGC 2658, NGC 5281 and NGC 6208. oTable 4: <Cl* NGC 2489 PM NN> (Nos 1-59). Table 5: <Cl* NGC 2567 PM NN> (Nos 1-50). Table 6: <Cl* NGC 2658 PM NN> (Nos 1-55). Table7: <Cl* NGC 5281 PM NN> (Nos 1-30). Table 8: <Cl* NGC 6208 PM NN> (Nos 1-41).
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 2658 PM
   Cl* NGC 2658 PM (Paunzen+Maitzen) Write:<<Cl* NGC 2658 PM NN>> N: 55 Object:*inCl Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Ref:=2001A&A...373..153P byPAUNZEN E. , MAITZEN H.M. Astron. Astrophys., 373, 153-158 (2001) CCD photometric search for peculiar stars in open clusters. II. NGC 2489, NGC 2567, NGC 2658, NGC 5281 and NGC 6208. oTable 4: <Cl* NGC 2489 PM NN> (Nos 1-59). Table 5: <Cl* NGC 2567 PM NN> (Nos 1-50). Table 6: <Cl* NGC 2658 PM NN> (Nos 1-55). Table7: <Cl* NGC 5281 PM NN> (Nos 1-30). Table 8: <Cl* NGC 6208 PM NN> (Nos 1-41).
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 3960 PM
   Cl* NGC 3960 PM (Paunzen+Maitzen) Write:<<Cl* NGC 3960 PM NN>> N: 93 Object:*inCl Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Ref:=2002A&A...385..867P byPAUNZEN E. , MAITZEN H.M. Astron. Astrophys., 385, 867-873 (2002) CCD photometric search for peculiar stars in open clusters. III. NGC 2439, NGC 3960, NGC 6134, NGC 6192 and NGC 6451. oTable 4: <Cl* NGC 2439 PM NNN> (Nos 1-113). Table 5: <Cl* NGC 3960 PM NN> (Nos 1-93). Table 6: <Cl* NGC 6134 PM NNN> (Nos 1-102). Table 7: <Cl* NGC 6192 PM NN> (Nos 1-98). Table 8: <Cl* NGC 6451 PM NNN> (Nos 1-146). =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <J/A+A/385/867/>
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 5281 PM
   Cl* NGC 5281 PM (Paunzen+Maitzen) Write:<<Cl* NGC 5281 PM NN>> N: 30 Object:*inCl Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Ref:=2001A&A...373..153P byPAUNZEN E. , MAITZEN H.M. Astron. Astrophys., 373, 153-158 (2001) CCD photometric search for peculiar stars in open clusters. II. NGC 2489, NGC 2567, NGC 2658, NGC 5281 and NGC 6208. oTable 4: <Cl* NGC 2489 PM NN> (Nos 1-59). Table 5: <Cl* NGC 2567 PM NN> (Nos 1-50). Table 6: <Cl* NGC 2658 PM NN> (Nos 1-55). Table7: <Cl* NGC 5281 PM NN> (Nos 1-30). Table 8: <Cl* NGC 6208 PM NN> (Nos 1-41).
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 6134 PM
   Cl* NGC 6134 PM (Paunzen+Maitzen) Write:<<Cl* NGC 6134 PM NNN>> N: 102 Object:*inCl Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Ref:=2002A&A...385..867P byPAUNZEN E. , MAITZEN H.M. Astron. Astrophys., 385, 867-873 (2002) CCD photometric search for peculiar stars in open clusters. III. NGC 2439, NGC 3960, NGC 6134, NGC 6192 and NGC 6451. oTable 4: <Cl* NGC 2439 PM NNN> (Nos 1-113). Table 5: <Cl* NGC 3960 PM NN> (Nos 1-93). Table 6: <Cl* NGC 6134 PM NNN> (Nos 1-102). Table 7: <Cl* NGC 6192 PM NN> (Nos 1-98). Table 8: <Cl* NGC 6451 PM NNN> (Nos 1-146). =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <J/A+A/385/867/>
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 6192 PM
   Cl* NGC 6192 PM (Paunzen+Maitzen) Write:<<Cl* NGC 6192 PM NN>> N: 98 Object:*inCl Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Ref:=2002A&A...385..867P byPAUNZEN E. , MAITZEN H.M. Astron. Astrophys., 385, 867-873 (2002) CCD photometric search for peculiar stars in open clusters. III. NGC 2439, NGC 3960, NGC 6134, NGC 6192 and NGC 6451. oTable 4: <Cl* NGC 2439 PM NNN> (Nos 1-113). Table 5: <Cl* NGC 3960 PM NN> (Nos 1-93). Table 6: <Cl* NGC 6134 PM NNN> (Nos 1-102). Table 7: <Cl* NGC 6192 PM NN> (Nos 1-98). Table 8: <Cl* NGC 6451 PM NNN> (Nos 1-146). =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <J/A+A/385/867/>
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 6208 PM
   Cl* NGC 6208 PM (Paunzen+Maitzen) Write:<<Cl* NGC 6208 PM NN>> N: 41 Object:*inCl Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Ref:=2001A&A...373..153P byPAUNZEN E. , MAITZEN H.M. Astron. Astrophys., 373, 153-158 (2001) CCD photometric search for peculiar stars in open clusters. II. NGC 2489, NGC 2567, NGC 2658, NGC 5281 and NGC 6208. oTable 4: <Cl* NGC 2489 PM NN> (Nos 1-59). Table 5: <Cl* NGC 2567 PM NN> (Nos 1-50). Table 6: <Cl* NGC 2658 PM NN> (Nos 1-55). Table7: <Cl* NGC 5281 PM NN> (Nos 1-30). Table 8: <Cl* NGC 6208 PM NN> (Nos 1-41).
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 6451 PM
   Cl* NGC 6451 PM (Paunzen+Maitzen) Write:<<Cl* NGC 6451 PM NNN>> N: 146 Object:*inCl Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Ref:=2002A&A...385..867P byPAUNZEN E. , MAITZEN H.M. Astron. Astrophys., 385, 867-873 (2002) CCD photometric search for peculiar stars in open clusters. III. NGC 2439, NGC 3960, NGC 6134, NGC 6192 and NGC 6451. oTable 4: <Cl* NGC 2439 PM NNN> (Nos 1-113). Table 5: <Cl* NGC 3960 PM NN> (Nos 1-93). Table 6: <Cl* NGC 6134 PM NNN> (Nos 1-102). Table 7: <Cl* NGC 6192 PM NN> (Nos 1-98). Table 8: <Cl* NGC 6451 PM NNN> (Nos 1-146). =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <J/A+A/385/867/>

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