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Result of query: info cati CJ87]$

Details on Acronym:   [CJ87]
   [CJ87] (Cohen+Jones, 1987) Write:<<[CJ87] SVS 12 Knot A>>
<<[CJ87] HH 30 Knot A>>
<<[CJ87] HL Tau Knot A>>
<<[CJ87] HH 34 Knot A>> N: 7+6+12+5 Object:Knot  (SIMBAD class: PartofCloud = Part of Cloud) Note:Knots in the jet of HH objects. SVS 12 (= [SVS76] NGC 1333 12): N=7 knots (Nos A-G). HH 30: N=6 knots (Nos A-F). HL Tau: N=12 knots (Nos A-L). HH 34: N=5 knots (Nos A-E). Knots in HH 30 and HL Tau are also studued and cross-identified in [MRB88]. in source:NGC 1333:[SVS76] NGC 1333 12 = [SVS76] NGC 1333 12 in source:HH 30 in source:V* HL Tau in source:HH 34 Ref:=1987ApJ...321..846C byCOHEN M. , JONES B.F. Astrophys. J., 321, 846-854 (1987) Observations of jets from low-luminosity stars. II. SVS 12, HH 30 near HL Tauri and HH 34. oTable 1: <[CJ87] SVS 12 Knot A> (Nos A-G). Table 2: <[CJ87] HH 30 Knot A> (Nos A-F). Table 3: <[CJ87] HL Tau Knot A> (Nos A-L). Table 4: <[CJ87] HH 34 Knot A> (Nos A-E). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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