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

Details on Acronym:   PG
   PG (P. Guida) (Not yet in Simbad) Write:<<PG N>> N: 1 Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Note:Provisional unpublished designation used at the Maria Mitchell Obs. N= 1, PG 7, quoted by HARNS G.L., 1978, J. Amer. Ass. Var. Stars Observers 6, 62. Auth.:GUIDA P.
Details on Acronym:   PG
   PG (Palomar Grism catalog) ***** Avoid the usage of PG, prefer PC Originof the Acronym: L (1997AJ....114..635D)
Details on Acronym:   PG
   PG (Palomar obs., Green) Write:<<PG HHMM+DDdA>>
<<PG HHMM+DD>> Object:UV Obj. + QSO  (SIMBAD class: QSO = Quasar) Note:1976PASP...88..598G, 1976PASP...88..665G: 1st refs from PG survey
1980Natur.285..641W: 1st ref. with components 'A' See also PGR Ref:=1976PASP...88..598G byGREEN R.F. , GREENSTEIN J.L., BOKSENBERG A. Publ. Astron. Soc. Pac., 88, 598-602 (1976) A blue variable at high latitude. o<PG HHMM+DD> N=1, PG 2337+12 Ref:=1976PASP...88..665G byGREEN R.F. Publ. Astron. Soc. Pac., 88, 665-668 (1976) A discovery program for bright quasars: preliminary results. o<PG HHMM+DD> N=4 Ref:=1986ApJS...61..305G byGREEN R.F. , SCHMIDT M., LIEBERT J. Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 61, 305-352 (1986) The Palomar-Green catalog of ultraviolet-excess stellar objects. oG 124-209 misprint for G 124-20 o<PG HHMM+DDd> N about 2000 =E=Catalogue in electronic form as II/207 =E=Catalogue in electronic form as <II/207A/> Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   Cl* NGC 6656 PG
   Cl* NGC 6656 PG (Philip+Goodman) Write:<<Cl* NGC 6656 PG NN>> N: 27 Object:*inCl Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Ref:=1975PASP...87..801P byPHILIP A.G.D. , GOODMAN B.M. Publ. Astron. Soc. Pac., 87, 801-803 (1975) A finding list of B and A stars near the globular cluster M 22. oTable I: <Cl* NGC 6656 PG NN> (Nos 1-27)