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Documentation and Astronomical Data

  • G. A. Wilkins
  • B. Hauck
  • O. B. Dluzhnevskaya
  • W. D. Heintz
  • C. O. Jaschek
  • P. Lantos
  • S. Mitton
  • F. Spite
  • P. A. Wayman
  • G. Westerhout
  • C. E. Worley
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Abstract

The aims of this report are, firstly, to review the activities of Commission 5 during the period since the IAU General Assembly in Delhi in November 1985 and, secondly, to draw attention to other relevant activities. It is based mainly on contributions from the Chairmen of the working groups and other members of the Commission, but it also includes some items of general interest that have been taken from the Commission’s Newsletter. The Working Groups and their Chairmen are as follows:

Astronomical Data

G. Westerhout

Designations

C. O. Jaschek

Classification

P. Lantos

Abstracting Guidelines

L. D. Schmadel

Documentation et Donnees Astronomiques

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. A. Wilkins
  • B. Hauck
  • O. B. Dluzhnevskaya
  • W. D. Heintz
  • C. O. Jaschek
  • P. Lantos
  • S. Mitton
  • F. Spite
  • P. A. Wayman
  • G. Westerhout
  • C. E. Worley

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