Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati PN H$

Details on Acronym:   H
   H (Haro)= H 1- = (Haro 2-). H 2- = (Haro 3-). H 3- = (Haro 6-) Write:<<PN H 1-NN>>
<<PN H 2-NN>>
<<PN H 3-NN>>
<<PN H 4-N>> N: 67+48+2+1 Object:PN + Poss. PN  (SIMBAD class: PN = Planetary Nebula) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:List 1: format '1-NN', table 1 in ref. 1952BOTT....1a...1H, H 1-25 and H 1-49 are rejected as PN in 1992, Acker+ catalog.
List 2: format '2-NN', table 2 in ref. 1952BOTT....1a...1H, H 2-9 is a Nova.
List 3: format '3-NN', two objects in ref. 1953BOTT....1h...3H are PN
List4: format '4-N', in ref. 1951PASP...63..144H Ref:=1952BOTT....1a...1H byHARO G. Bol. Obs. Tonantz. Tacub., 1, part no 1, 1-None (1952) Nuevas nebulosas planetarias y objetos con emision en la region del centro galactico. oTable I: <PN H 1-NN> (Nos 1-1 to 1-67). Table II: <PN H 2-NN> (Nos 2-1 to 2-48). Ref:=1951PASP...63..144H byHARO G. Publ. Astron. Soc. Pac., 63, 144-145 (1951) Emission object in Coma. oPN H 4-1 = PK 049+88 1 o<PN H 4-N> (No. 4-1). 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 2-
   Haro 2- (Haro, list 2) Note:List Haro 2- is synonyme of PN H 1-NN (N=67) ***** Avoid the usage of Haro 2-, prefer H
Details on Acronym:   Haro 3-
   Haro 3- (Haro, list 3) Note:List Haro 3- is synonyme of PN H 2-NN (N=48) ***** Avoid the usage of Haro 3-, prefer H

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