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VII/96
  Catalog of morphological properties of Abell clusters (Struble+, 1987)
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1.VII/96/table1Catalog of morphological properties of Abell clusters (2712 rows)
2.VII/96/table2Additional data for resolved F clusters (372 rows)
3.VII/96/table3Additional data for Abell clusters with non-cluster population (142 rows)

 
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  (ALL)recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
   (ALL)Abell  Abell cluster identification (meta.id;meta.main)
  (1+3)n_Abell (char) [*] An '*' indicates that the cluster is not in Abell's (1980) statistical sample (meta.note)
  (1)Dist  Distance class as given by Abell (1980) (src.class.distance)
  (1)nGal  Abell's (1980) number count of galaxies (meta.number)
  (1)Radius mm Radius of the circular observation window which our data were obtained (1mm=67.14") (phys.angSize;src)
   (ALL)RS1 (char) Basic RS type (Note 1)   (src.class)
   (ALL)RS2 (char) Subsidiary property of RS type (Note 2)   (src.class)
   (ALL)RS3   []? Number of bright galaxies used to determine RS type for both the C and L types (meta.number)
   (ALL)T1 (char) First brightest cluster galaxy Hubble type (src.morph.type)
  (1)Sep1a mm []? Separation, see note (3) (Note 3)   (pos;arith.diff)

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  (1)Sep1b mm []? Separation, see note (3) (Note 3)   (pos;arith.diff)
   (ALL)T2 (char) Second brightest cluster galaxy Hubble type (src.morph.type)
  (1)Sep2a mm []? Separation, see note (3) (Note 3)   (pos;arith.diff)
  (1)Sep2b mm []? Separation, see note (3) (Note 3)   (pos;arith.diff)
   (ALL)T3 (char) Third brightest cluster galaxy Hubble type (src.morph.type)
  (1)Sep3a mm []? Separation, see note (3) (Note 3)   (pos;arith.diff)
  (1)Sep3b mm []? Separation, see note (3) (Note 3)   (pos;arith.diff)
  (1+2)r12 mm Separation between the first and second most luminous cluster galaxies (1mm=67.14") (pos;arith.diff)
  (1+2)r13 mm Separation between the first and third most luminous cluster galaxies (1mm=67.14") (pos;arith.diff)
  (1+2)r23 mm Separation between the second and third most luminous cluster galaxies (1mm=67.14") (pos;arith.diff)
   (ALL)Nb   []? Number of apparent double galaxies not among the three most luminous cluster galaxies (meta.number)
  (1+2)Nt   []? Number of apparent triple galaxies not among the three most luminous cluster galaxies (meta.number)
  (1)n_Nt (char) [n] A 'n' indicates that a galaxy with a multiple nucleus is observed in the cluster (meta.note)

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  (1+3)FRS1a (char) Basic RS type for the first subcluster in an F cluster (Note 1)   (meta.note)
  (1)FRS1b (char) Subsidiary property of RS type of FRS1 (Note 2)   (meta.note)
  (1+3)FRS1c   []? Number of bright galaxies used to determine FRS1 RS type for both the C and L types (meta.number)
  (1+3)FRS2a (char) Basic RS type for the second subcluster in an F cluster (Note 1)   (meta.note)
  (1)FRS2b (char) Subsidiary property of RS type of FRS2 (Note 2)   (meta.note)
  (1+3)FRS2c   []? Number of bright galaxies used to determine FRS2 RS type for both the C and L types (meta.number)
  (1)FRS3a (char) Basic RS type for the third subcluster in an F cluster (Note 1)   (meta.note)
  (1)F3RS3b (char) Subsidiary property of RS type of FRS3 (Note 2)   (src.class)
  (1)F3RS3c   []? Number of bright galaxies used to determine FRS3 RS type for both the C and L types (meta.number)
  (1)Other (char) Other source data (Note 4)   (meta.id)
  (2+3)u_Abell (char) [:] Uncertainty flag on F type of the cluster (RS1 in table1) (meta.code.error)
  (2)m_Abell (char) [EWNSM] Component of the cluster (Note 1)   (meta.code.multip)
  (2)RS (char) Basic revised RS type (src.class)

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  (2)SepT1a mm []? Separation, see note (2) (Note 2)   (pos;arith.diff)
  (2)SepT1b mm []? Separation, see note (2) (Note 2)   (pos;arith.diff)
  (2)SepT2a mm []? Separation, see note (2) (Note 2)   (pos;arith.diff)
  (2)SepT2b mm []? Separation, see note (2) (Note 2)   (pos;arith.diff)
  (2)SepT3a mm []? Separation, see note (2) (Note 2)   (pos;arith.diff)
  (2)SepT3b mm []? Separation, see note (2) (Note 2)   (pos;arith.diff)
  (2)Sep mm []? Separation of the components (1mm=67.14") (pos;arith.diff)
  (2)m_Sep (char) [SENWM] Component designation (meta.code.multip)
  (2)PA deg []? Position angle of the separation vector of the components (pos.posAng)
  (2)n_PA (char) [SENWM] Component designation (meta.note)
  (2+3)Com (char) Comments (Note 4)   (meta.note)
  (3)SepT1a   []? Separation, see note (3) (Note 3)   (pos;arith.diff)
  (3)SepT2a   []? Separation, see note (3) (Note 3)   (pos;arith.diff)

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  (3)SepT3a   []? Separation, see note (3) (Note 3)   (pos;arith.diff)
  (3)SepT3b   []? Separation, see note (3) (Note 3)   (pos;arith.diff)
  (3)r12  Separation between the first and second most luminous cluster galaxies (1mm=67.14") (pos;arith.diff)
  (3)r13  Separation between the first and third most luminous cluster galaxies (1mm=67.14") (pos;arith.diff)
  (3)r23  Separation between the second and third most luminous cluster galaxies (1mm=67.14") (pos;arith.diff)

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