Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects

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 Auth.:ANDERNACH H.+
   Ref:=1986A&AS...65..561A
     byANDERNACH H.
, SIEVERS A., KUS A., SCHNAUBELT J.
 Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 65, 561-604 (1986)

    A radio survey of clusters of galaxies. V. 11.1 cm maps of 18 Abell
    Clusters and observations of selected sources at 6.3 and 2.8 cm.
oACO 85.SS = MRC 0038-096
oTable III: <RadSCG ACO NNNN.NNa>, <RadSCG ACO NNN/NNN.NN>, <RadSCG ACO    2142.N'>, <RadSCG Her.NNa>, <RadSCG Her.NNW>
   Ref:=1988A&AS...73..265A
     byANDERNACH H.
, HAN TIE, SIEVERS A., REUTER H.-P., JUNKES N., WIELEBINSKI R.
 Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 73, 265-324 (1988)

    A radio survey of clusters of galaxies. VI. More observations of 34
    Abell cluster areas at 11.1, 6.3 and 2.8 cm and a preliminary    statistical review of data in papers I-VI.
oTables II(a to d): <RadSCG ACO NNNN.NNa>, <RadSCG ACO NNNN/NNNN.NN>,    <RadSCG A 1030+45.NN>
   Ref:=1990A&AS...82..279R
     byREUTER H.-P.
, ANDERNACH H.
 Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 82, 279-317 (1990)

    A radio survey of clusters of galaxies. VII. 11.1 cm maps of 20 Abell
    clusters 6.3 cm maps of selected fields.
o+ erratum vol. 84, 227
oTableIIa: <RadSCG ACO NNNN.NA> N=85
=E=Catalogue in electronic form as VIII/43

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