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An Atlas of Local Group Galaxies by Paul W. Hodge

By Paul W. Hodge

This atlas offers a whole set of pictures of neighborhood staff Galaxies and exhibits an important items, together with many person stars and interstellar gadgets. items pointed out in a few 2 hundred charts comprise variable stars, globular superstar clusters, open celebrity clusters, airborne dirt and dust clouds, and supernova remnants. every one galaxy is observed through an intensive bibliography. The atlas comes in handy for researchers, scholars, and beginner astronomers. The authors are affiliated with the college of Washington. there isn't any topic index.

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M33 Variable Starsa Variable Other Name Chart KMW 377 402 486 502 546 ------ 23 21 21 23 21 594 641 1902 1264 1322 ------ 21 21 22 22 22 1439 1600 1737 2003 2022 ------ 24 21 21 24 21 2034 2085 2101 2426 2481 ---VHK 47 -- 23 21, 22 22 21 21 2732 2897 2929 3014 3017 4439 ----- 24 22 23 23 24 3039 3090 3282 3482 3581 ---VHK 50 -- 23 24 21 21 24 3618 3698 --- 23 23 22 3894 3936 3955 -VHK 52 -- 21 24 24 4054 4072 4092 4189 4439 ----2732 21 23 24 21 24 4593 4698 4709 4799 5086 ------ 22 24 22 24 24 5205 5724 5863 5866 5900 -8663 -8862 -- 24 24 24 24 24 6048 6071 6088 6231 6283 ----VHK 71 24 24 22 24 24 6365 6419 6436 6451 6508 --VHK 75 -VHK 81 22 24 24 24 24 6512 6628 6788 6834 6836 ------ 24 24 24 24 24 6884 6892 --- 24 25 23 6924 6981 7008 ---- 24 24 24 7021 7022 7050 7065 7126 ------ 24 22 23 24 23 7341 7438 7460 7538 7548 ------ 24 24 24 24 22 7567 7585 7772 7908 8090 ------ 22 24 24 24 22 8323 8480 8521 8600 8663 ---11739 5724 24 24 24 24 24 8784 8811 8862 8911 8979 -VHK 65 5866 --- 24 24 24 25 24 9149 9169 9219 9310 9492 ------ 24 27 24 24 25 9495 9498 --- 24 24 24 9686 9738 9780 ---- 24 24 24 9820 10025 10036 10077 10138 ------ 25 24 22 24 24 10169 10246 10256 10275 10395 VHK 26 -H 28 --- 24 24 24 24 24 10504 10801 10980 11172 11255 ------ 25 27 24 25 27 11290 11343 11444 11629 11721 ----H 36 24 24 24 24 24 11736 11739 11853A 11853B 11988 -8600 ---- 25 24 25 27 24 11994 12104 12170 12191 12254 --H7 -VHK 72 27 25 24 25 24 12300 12510 --- 27 27 25 12788 12865 12989 16339 --- 24 25 24 13013 13113 13148 13352 13363 -H 11 ---- 24 24 24 24 25 13399 13587 13943 13953 14022 ----H5 27 25 27 27 27 14098 14161 14261 14347 14364 ------ 27 25 27 27 25 14476 14523 14651 14783 14837 ------ 25 25 27 27 25 14890 14906 15043 15069 15151 H 3, VHK 3 -H 34 --- 25 27 25 24 25 15195 15383 15476 15687 15718 ------ 27 27 27 25 24 15772 15834 --- 27 25 26 16046 16050 16071 ---- 25 25 25 16182 16280 16339 16481 16606 --12788 --- 27 25 24 27 25 16673 16692 16747 16876 16905 H 11 ----- 24 27 25 25 28 16942 17032 17068 17088 17163 ------ 25 28 27 25 27 17255 17502 17675 17869 18004 ------ 25 25 27 27 25 18095 18180 18231 18443 18508 21091 ----- 28 27 27 28 27 18561 18568 18569 18675 18694 -VHK 51 -H 16 VHK 48 28 25 27, 28 28 25 18714 18755 --- 27 28 27 18797 18860 18901 H 17 --- 28 25 25 18972 18892 19019 19247 19237 ---22263 -- 25 28 25 28 28 19548 19721 19844 19860 20084 ----23190 28 28 25 27 28 20111 20311 20385 20402 20415 ------ 25 27, 28 25 25 25 20512 20522 20549 20597 20807 ------ 28 28 28 25 28 20822 20917 21091 21158 21204 --18095 -H 38 28 28 28 28 27 21253 21272 21308 21312 21314 ------ 26 28 30 27 27 21333 21516 --- 28 26 28 21671 21736 21740 --VHK 56 25 28 30 21765 21837 21979 22208 22263 ----19247 28 28 28 27 28 22289 22304 22312 22330 22359 --H 39, VHK 79 -H 29 28 28 28 28 28 22366 22526 22689 22861 22921 VHK 62 ----- 28 28 28 28 28 23020 23152 23162 23173 23190 H 31 -H41 HS C 20084 28 28 28 28 28 23496 23551 23770 23835 23908 ---H 44 -- 28 28 28 28 28 24113 24174 24180 24212 24289 ------ 28 28 30 28 28 24293 24355 --- 26 28 29 24385 24427 24472 VHK 77?

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.

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.

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