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

Details on Acronym:   VS
   VS (Vrba+Strom+) ***** Avoid the usage of VS, prefer VSSG Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   VSSG
   VSSG (Vrba+Strom+Strom+Grasdalen)= (VS) Write:<<VSSG NN>> N: 31 Object:(IR)  (SIMBAD class: IR = Infra-Red source) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:VSSG IR-Sources were discovered by Grasdalen+ 1973ApJ...184L..53G. Identif. chart. All the designations: GSS (1973ApJ...184L..53G), SSV (1976AJ.....81..308S, 1976AJ.....81..320S0), [SVS76] (1976AJ.....81..314S, 1976AJ.....81..638S), VSS (1976AJ.....81..958V, 1981ApJ...243..489V, 1993AJ....105.1010V), [VSS88] (1988AJ.....96..680V), VSSG (1975ApJ...197...77V), VSSt (1976AJ.....81..317V) are formed from Grasdalen, Strom, Strom and Vrba the authors' initials or names combinations for (IR) sources or stars in different dark clouds. This is highly confusing. The designation should explicitly quote the reference, the dark cloud studied and (or) whether it is an (IR) source or a visible star. in source:NAME rho Oph Cloud Ref:=1975ApJ...197...77V byVRBA F.J. , STROM K.M., STROM S.E., GRASDALEN G.L. Astrophys. J., 197, 77-84 (1975) Futher study of the stellar cluster embedded in the Ophiuchus dark cloud complex. oTable 1: <VSSG NN> (Nos 1-31). <NAME GRASDALEN CL>

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