An Atlas of Local Group Galaxies by Paul W. Hodge

By Paul W. Hodge

This Atlas presents an entire set of pictures of neighborhood staff Galaxies (excluding the 3 for which id atlases are already in print) and indicates an important gadgets, together with many millions of person stars and interstellar objects.

It is exclusive in its assurance and layout and gives a resource of those primary info that would be used for a few years. Researchers, scholars or even novice astronomers can be capable of use the Atlas to spot and learn a number of the elements of the approximately 30 vital galaxies lined via the Atlas.

The gadgets pointed out at the greater than 2 hundred charts contain variable stars, globular big name clusters, open superstar clusters, stellar institutions, emission areas, supernova remnants, planetary nebulae and dirt clouds. every one galaxy is followed by way of an intensive bibliography.

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33 Table 4a. M33 Emission Regions Identified by Boulesteix et al. 4 30 30 30 30 30 38 32 32 32 31 43 30 32 12 45 150 71 40 76 99 535 174 109 213 354 751 752 753 756 BCLMP emission regions are labeled on the M33 charts with their number and no prefix. Separate subcomponents of complex regions are given lowercase Arabic letters and are identified on Charts 59-83. , 1997). , 1997). c SNR candidates are from Sabbadin (1979, identified with prefix S), D’Odorico, Dopita, and Benvenuti (1980, prefix DDB), and Gordon et al.

1998, prefix G). Gordon et al. (1998) cross-reference various identifications of the SNRs. d BCLMP 660 appears as a complete ring in Figure 7b of Courtès et al. (1987). We detect only a partial ring in our images. e SNR DDB 18 is contained within BCLMP 750. Gordon et al. (1998) do not identify it with G97, but we believe they are the same object. 53 Table 4b. M33 Emission Regions Identified by Courtès et al.

Gordon et al. (1998) cross-reference various identifications of the SNRs. d BCLMP 660 appears as a complete ring in Figure 7b of Courtès et al. (1987). We detect only a partial ring in our images. e SNR DDB 18 is contained within BCLMP 750. Gordon et al. (1998) do not identify it with G97, but we believe they are the same object. 53 Table 4b. M33 Emission Regions Identified by Courtès et al.

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