Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati GMC98]$

Details on Acronym:   [GMC98]
   [GMC98] (Gregorio-Hetem+Montmerle+Casanova+, 1998)= (GMCF) Write:<<[GMC98] Mon X-NN>>
<<[GMC98] Rosette X-NN>>
<<[GMC98] Rosette IR-N>> N: 48+29+7 Object:(X) + (IR)  (SIMBAD class: X = X-ray Source) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:ROSAT observations.
Table 2a, 2b: N=48 X-ray sources in Monoceros field, (Nos 1-41) are ROSAT sources detected, (Nos 42-48) are additional possible X-ray sources.
Table 3a, 3b: N=29 X-ray sources in Rosette field, (Nos 1-21) are ROSAT sources detected, (Nos 22-29) are additional possible X-ray sources.
Table 6: N=7 Rosette IR-clusters possibly associated with X-ray emission.
See also [CMD97] in source:NAME Mon R2 GMC in source:NAME Rosette Molecular Cloud Ref:=1998A&A...331..193G byGREGORIO-HETEM J. , MONTMERLE T., CASANOVA S., FEIGELSON E.D. Astron. Astrophys., 331, 193-210 (1998) X-rays and star formation: ROSAT observations of the Monoceros and Rosette molecular clouds. oTable 5: IRNNN = [CMD97] NNN oTable 2a, 2b: <[GMC98] Mon X-NN> (Nos 1-48). Table 3a, 3b: <[GMC98] Rosette X-NN> (Nos 1-29). Table 6: <[GMC98] Rosette IR-N> (Nos 1-7). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   GMCF
   GMCF (Gregorio-Hetem+Montmerle+Casanova+Feigelson) ***** Avoid the usage of GMCF, prefer [GMC98] Originof the Acronym: L (2003PASJ...55..635N)