Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects

 3ApJ...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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