Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati BCM90] AN$


Details on Acronym:   [BCM90]
   [BCM90] (Bachiller+Cernicharo+Martin-Pintado+, 2000) Write:<<[BCM90] U-star>>
<<[BCM90] B>>
<<[BCM90] BN>>
<<[BCM90] R>>
<<[BCM90] RN>>
<<[BCM90] BW>>
<<[BCM90] RW>> N: 1+2+8+2 Object:Feature  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of Unknown Nature) Note:p.178: N=1 'U-star', the letter 'U' stands for 'Unseen', Hypothetical exciting star of the outflow. In the outflow, the gaz is concentrated in 2 lobes, blueshifted lobe 'B' and redshifted lobe 'R'. Redshifted emission is divided into 2 features 'RN' and 'RS'. Bullets (Nos B1-B4) have their counterparts (Nos R1-R4) at symmetric positions with respect to the U-star. in source:LDN 1448 Ref:=1990A&A...231..174B byBACHILLER R. , CERNICHARO J., MARTIN-PINTADO J., TAFALLA M., LAZAREFF B. Astron. Astrophys., 231, 174-186 (1990) High-velocity molecular bullets in a fast bipolar outflow near L 1448/IRS 3. oL 1448/IRS 3 = [BC86b] LDN 1448 IRS 3. oText, p.178: <[BCM90] U-star> N=1. Figs 8, 9: <[BCM90] A> (Nos R, B), <[BCM90] AW> (Nos RN, RS), <[BCM90] AN> (Nos R1-R4, B1-B4). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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