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astronomical catalogue

[′as·trə′näm·ə·kəl ′kad·əl‚äg]
(astronomy)
A list or enumeration of astronomical data, generally ordered by increasing right ascension of the objects listed.
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1, Version 2 (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA); the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Alaskan Marine Contaminants Database; and the National Space Science Data Center's Astronomical Catalog Library.
They include Simbad (an object database), VizieR (an astronomical catalog service), and Aladin (an excellent sky atlas).
The Rose Center team, in turn, working closely with NCSA, compiled the extensive set of databases--virtually every astronomical catalog having 3-D positional information.
The first Palomar Sky Survey as an on-line database -- is this the astronomical catalog of tomorrow?
The questionable transliteration of the name most astronomical catalogs use is Dzimselejsvili, thus the clusters are abbreviated Dolidze-Dzim or simply DoDz.
Ed., ADC Selected Astronomical Catalogs, 1991, Vol.
Browse the image gallery or order a CD-ROM of astronomical catalogs.
popular astronomical catalogs built in, as well as many specialized
As comprehensive as the astronomical catalogs used by software are, no database is totally accurate or complete.
My colleagues and I therefore developed our own system to offer several hundred astronomical catalogs and more than 100,000 abstracts (summaries of research papers with overviews of the observations and results).
It began with online astronomical catalogs and led through CD-ROMs, spreadsheets, downloads and uploads, paper and disk publishing, e-mail among new friends and old, online chats, CCDs, and image processing.
University of Oregon ftp://bovine.uoregon.edu/pub CCD images, spectra, astronomical catalogs