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Details on Acronym:   [DRM99]
   [DRM99] (Drissen+Roy+Moffat+, 1999) Write:<<[DRM99] NGC 2403 R>>
<<[DRM99] NGC 2403 R-NN>>
<<[DRM99] NGC 2403 I A>>
<<[DRM99] NGC 2403 I EMN>>
<<[DRM99] NGC 2403 IV A>>
<<[DRM99] 4-NN>>
<<[DRM99] 5-NN>> N: 6+50+4+5+1+52+25 Object:Poss. WR + ?  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of Unknown Nature) Note:HST WFPC2 and CFHT observations.
Table 1: N=6 giant HII regions in NGC 2403, format 'NGC 2403 R'.
Table 2: WR candidates in the HII regions, format 'NGC 2403 R NN', NGC 2403 I: N=22, NGC 2403 II: N=11, NGC 2403 IV: N=9, NGC 2403 V: N=6, NGC 2403 VI: N=2. (NGC 2403 III is not observed).
Fig.6: N=4 subclusters of stars, (Nos A-D), in NGC 2403 I.
Fig.8: N=5 Em.*, (Nos EM1-EM5), in NGC 2403 I.
Fig.16b: N=1 compact Cl*, (No. A), in NGC 2403 IV.
Table 4: N=52 WR* candidates in the field of NGC 2403, format '4-NN'.
Table 5: N=25 G or Cl* in the field of NGC 2403, format '5-NN'. in source:NGC 2403 Ref:=1999AJ....117.1249D byDRISSEN L. , ROY J.-R., MOFFAT A.F.J., SHARA M.M. Astron. J., 117, 1249-1274 (1999) The ionizing star clusters of giant H II regions in NGC 2403. oTable 1: <[DRM99] NGC 2403 R> (Nos I-VI). Table 2: <[DRM99] NGC 2403 R-NN> N=50. Fig.6: <[DRM99] NGC 2403 I A> (Nos A-D). Fig.8: <[DRM99] NGC 2403 I EMN> (Nos EM1-EM5). Fig.16b: <[DRM99] NGC 2403 IV A> (No. A). Table 4: <[DRM99] 4-NN> (Nos 4-1 to 4-52). Table 5: <[DRM99] 5-NN> (Nos 5-1 to 5-25). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database