Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects

 mber 180.    The galaxies published earlier will be designated BIG 1 to 179    in the order of publication".
   Ref:=1997Ap.....40....1M
     byMICKAELIAN A.M.

 Astrophysics, 40, 1-9 (1997)

    Optical identification of 100 IRAS point sources at high galactic
    latitude.
oGalaxies 'BIG NN' and stars 'BIS NN' are not numbered here, they are    respectively the galaxies and the stars included in [M97c] NNN    objects.
oTable 1: <[M97c] NNN> (Nos 1-100). Table 1: <BIG NN> N=? Table 1: <BIS    NN> (Nos 1-61)?
   Ref:=1997Ap.....40..379M
     byMICKAELIAN A.M.
, GIGOYAN K.S., RUSSEIL D.
 Astrophysics, 40, 379-389 (1997)

    Optical identification of IRAS point sources on the basis of
    low-dispersion FBS spectra. II.
oGalaxies 'BIG NN' are not numbered here, they are added to the    galaxies in the first '[M97c]' reference: 1997Ap.....40....1M.
oTable 1: <[M97c] NNNa> (Nos 101-158) N=68. Table 1: <BIG NNN> N=?
   Ref:=1998Ap.....41..161M
     byMICKAELIAN A.M.
, GIGOYAN K.S.
 Astrophysics, 41, 161-169 (1998)

    Optical identification of IRAS point sources on the basis of
    low-dispersion FBS spectra. III.
oGalaxies 'BIG NNN' are not numbered here, they are added to the    galaxies in the first '[M97c]' references.
oTable 1: <[M97c] NNNa> (Nos 159-206) N=62. Table 1: <BIG NNN> N=?
   Ref:=1998Ap.....41..232M
     byMICKAELIAN A.M.
, GIGOYAN K.S.
 Astrophysics, 41, 232-238 (1998)

    Optical identification of IRAS point sources on the basis of
    low-dispersion FBS spectra. IV.
oGalaxies 'BIG NNN' are not numbered here, they are added to the    galaxies in the first '[M97c]' references.
oTable 1: <[M97c] NNNa> (Nos 207-240) N=51. Table 1: <BIG NNN> N=?
   Ref:=2000Ap.....43..309M
     byMICKAELIAN A.M.

 Astrophysics, 43, 309-321 (2000)

    Optical identification of IRAS point sources. Galaxies. V.

oBIG numbering (Nos 1-179) are the galaxies in 1997Ap.....40....1M,    1997Ap.....40..379M, 1998Ap.....41..161M, 1998Ap.....41..232M.
oTable 1: <BIG NNNa> (Nos 180-238) N=89.
   Ref:=2001Ap.....44...33M
     byMICKAELIAN A.M.

 Astrophysics, 44, 33-45 (2001)

    Optical identifications of IRAS point sources. Galaxies. VI

oTable 1: <BIG NNNa> (Nos 239-298) N=87.
   Ref:=2001Ap.....44..185M
     byMICKAELIAN A.M.

 Astrophysics, 44, 185-198 (2001)

    Optical identifications of IRAS Point Sources. Galaxies. VII.

oTable 1: <BIG NNNa> (Nos 299-361) N=95.
   Ref:=2002Ap.....45..288M
     byMICKAELIAN A.M.

 Astrophysics, 45, 288-301 (2002)

    Optical identifications of IRAS Point Sources. Galaxies. VIII.

oTable 1: <BIG NNNa> (Nos 362-416) N=89.
   Ref:=2004Ap.....47...91M
     byMICKAELIAN A.M.
, SARGSYAN L.A.
 Astrophysics, 47, 91-103 (2004)

    Optical identification of IRAS Point Sources Galaxies IX.

oTable 1: <BIG NNNa> (Nos 417-476) N=87.
   Ref:=2004Ap.....47..213M
     byMICKAELIAN A.M.
, SARGSYAN L.A.
 Astrophysics, 47, 213-228 (2004)

    Optical identification of IRAS point sources. Galaxies. X.

oTable 1: <BIG NNNa> (Nos 476-536) N=104.

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