Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati BBW79]$

Details on Acronym:   [BBW79]
   [BBW79] (Beichman+Becklin+Wynn-Williams, 1979)= (IRS) = (R) Write:<<[BBW79] Cep A N>>
<<[BBW79] S 140 IRS Na>>
<<[BBW79] S 140 IRS NW>>
<<[BBW79] S 140 WW>>
<<[BBW79] S 140 N>>
<<[BBW79] S 255 IRS N>> N: 16 Object:(Rad) + (IR)  (SIMBAD class: Infrared = Infra-Red Source) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:N=3 radio-sources in Cep A MCld, format 'Cep A N', (Nos 1-3) sometimes found in the literature with a format 'R1 to R3'
N=7 (IR) sources in Sh 2-140, format 'S 140 IRS N', (Nos 1-7), No. 3 is resolved in 3 point sources 3a to 3c, Nos 4 and 5 are also designated as [SFC83] VLA sources. and different (Nos 4-7) are created in 2002A&A...381..905W, designated as [WBP2002] in SIMBAD.
N=2 radio-source in Sh 2-140, format 'S 140 WW' also designated as 'VLA NW' and 'VLA SE'.
N=2 (IR) sources in Sh 2-255, format 'S 255 IRS N', (Nos 1-2), same as [HPF97] IRS 1 and 2. in source:NAME Cep A in source:SH 2-140 in source:SH 2-255 Ref:=1979ApJ...232L..47B byBEICHMAN C.A. , BECKLIN E.E., WYNN-WILLIAMS C.G. Astrophys. J., 232, 47-51 (1979) New multiple systems in molecular clouds. oTable 1: <[BBW79] Cep A N> (Nos 1-3), <[BBW79] S 140 IRS N> (Nos 1-3), <[BBW79] S 140 WW> (No. NW), <[BBW79] S 255 IRS N> (Nos 1-2). Ref:=1983ApJ...266..623S bySIMON M. , FELLI M., CASSAR L., FISCHER J., MASSI M. Astrophys. J., 266, 623-645 (1983) Infrared line and radio continuum emission of circumstellar ionized regions. oin ref list Simon et al 1981a is wrong oTable 2: <[SFC83] S140 N> (Nos 4-5) = <[BBW79] S140 IRS N> (Nos 4-5). Ref:=1989ApJ...338L..25S bySCHWARTZ P.R. Astrophys. J., 338, 25-28 (1989) Jets and bullets in S 140. oTable 1: <[BBW79] S 140 IRS NW> (Nos 2N and 2S) added. Ref:=1998ApJ...500..320Y byYAO Y. , ISHII M., NAGATA T., OGAWA Y., SATO S., WATANABE M., YAMASHITA T. Astrophys. J., 500, 320-328 (1998) Near-infrared polarimetric study of S140 IRS. oVLA 4 = [BBW79] S 140 IRS 4 = [SFC83] S140 4. oFig.1: <[BBW79] S 140 WW> (No. SE). Ref:=2001ApJ...561..282K byKRAEMER K.E. , JACKSON J.M., DEUTSCH L.K., KASSIS M., HORA J.L., FAZIO G.G., HOFFMANN W.F., DAYAL A. Astrophys. J., 561, 282-298 (2001) Dust characteristics of massive star-forming sites in the mid-infrared. oTable 4: <KJD NN> (Nos 1-11). Text: <[BBW79] S140 IRS N> (Nos 6-7) added. Ref:=2001A&A...378..539P byPREIBISCH T. , BALEGA Y.Y., SCHERTL D., SMITH M.D., WEIGELT G. Astron. Astrophys., 378, 539-545 (2001) High-resolution near-infrared study of the deeply embedded young stellar object S140 IRS3. oFig.1: <[BBW79] S 140 IRS 3a> (Nos 3a to 3c). Fig.1: <[PBS2001] A> (Nos A-F). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   IRS
   IRS (IR Source) ***** Avoid the usage of IRS, prefer [BBW79] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   IRS
   IRS (IR Source) ***** Avoid the usage of IRS, prefer [BBW79] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   R
   R (Radio) ***** Avoid the usage of R, prefer [BBW79] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)