Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
(Last update: 22-Oct-2021)

Result of query: info cati FT84]$
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     byZAVAGNO A.
, RUSSEIL D., MOTTE F., ANDERSON L.D., DEHARVENG L., RODON J.A., BONTEMPS S., ABERGEL A., BALUTEAU J.-P., SAUVAGE M., ANDRE P., HILL T., WHITE G.J.
 Astron. Astrophys., 518L, 81-81 (2010)

    Star formation triggered by the galactic HII region RCW 120. First
    results from the Herschel Space Observatory.
oTable 1: <[DZS2009] NNN> (No. 0 ad  McCLURE-GRIFFITHS N.M., KAWAMURA A., YAMAMOTO H., OKUDA T., MIZUNO N., TACHIHARA K., ONISHI T., MIZUNO A., OGAWA H.
 Astrophys. J., 850, 71-71 (2017)

    A detailed study of the interstellar protons toward the TeV γ-ray SNR RX J0852.0-4622 G266.2-1.2, Vela Jr.): the third case of the γ-ray and ISM spatial correspondence.

oTable 1: <[FSS2017] CONNWW> N=6, <[FSS2017] CO25C> N=1.

Details on Acronym:   [FST86]
   [FST86] (Fukui+Sugitani+Takaba+, 19) etric Radio-source Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:Observations of a ridge of bright submillimeter and millimeter emission n NGC 2264, designated 'NAME NGC 2264 MM.
Within the ridge authors discover a cluster of 5 smm sources.
In SMM 4 and 5, different clumps 'MMS NA' are found in 2003ApJ...599..335S. in source:NGC 2264 Ref:=2000A&A...355.1122W byWARD-THOMPSON D. , ZYLKA R., MEZGER P.G., SIE

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