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

Details on Acronym:   H
   H (Hubble) ***** Avoid the usage of H, prefer VHK Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   [H26]
   [H26] (Hubble, 1926) ***** Avoid the usage of [H26], prefer VHK Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   Hubble
   Hubble (Hubble) ***** Avoid the usage of Hubble, prefer VHK Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   VHK
   VHK (Van den Bergh+Herbst+Kowal)= (H) = ([H26]) = Hubble Write:<<VHK NN>>
<<VHK A>> N: 83 Object:V*  (SIMBAD class: V* = Variable Star) Note:In this ref. (Nos A-C) = [HS53] Var A to C. The numbering NN continues Hubble 1926 identification, ref. 1926ApJ....63..236H, (Nos 1-45). (Nos 46-83) are new. All (Nos 1-83) have a VHK identification in SIMBAD. in source:M 33 = NGC 598 Ref:=1926ApJ....63..236H byHUBBLE E.P. Astrophys. J., 63, 236-274 (1926) A spiral nebula as a stellar system: Messier 33. o[H26] acronym is not used for the V*, the numbering is continued in 1975ApJS...29..303V, all V* are 'VHK NN' in SIMBAD. o<VHK NN> (Nos 1-45). <[H26] AN> (Nos N1, N2). Ref:=1975ApJS...29..303V byVAN DEN BERGH S. , HERBST E., KOWAL C.T. Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 29, 303-313 (1975) A survey of bright variable stars in M 33. oVHK (Nos 1-45) were already in 1926ApJ....63..236H, all (Nos 1-83) have a VHK identification in Simbad. o<VHK NN> (Nos 1-83). <VHK A> (Nos A-C). Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature

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