Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati LWS80]$

Details on Acronym:   [LWS80]
   [LWS80] (Loren+Wootten+Sandqvist+, 1980) Write:<<[LWS80] rho Oph A>>
<<[LWS80] rho Oph AN>>
<<[LWS80] rho Oph ANWW>>
<<[LWS80] rho Oph A-W>>
<<[LWS80] rho Oph AA>>
<<[LWS80] rho Oph AAN>> N: 24 Object:Core  (SIMBAD class: PartofCloud = Part of Cloud) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:See also WRW, [MSZ92], [MAN98]. in source:NAME rho Oph Cloud Ref:=1980ApJ...240L.165L byLOREN R.B. , WOOTTEN A., SANDQVIST A., BERNES C. Astrophys. J., 240, 165-169 (1980) 2 centimeter H2CO emission in the ρ Ophiuchi cloud. o<[LWS80] ρ Oph A> (Nos A-B). Ref:=1986ApJ...306..142L byLOREN R.B. , WOOTTEN A. Astrophys. J., 306, 142-159 (1986) A massive prestellar molecular core and adjacent compression front in the ρ Ophiuchi cloud. oFig.2: <[LWS80] ρ Oph A> (No. C), <[LWS80] ρ Oph AN> (Nos B1-B3). Ref:=1990ApJ...365..269L byLOREN R.B. , WOOTTEN A., WILKING B.A. Astrophys. J., 365, 269-286 (1990) Cold DCO+ cores and protostars in the warm ρ Ophiuchi cloud. oTable 1A: <[LWS80] ρ Oph A> (Nos D-F), <[LWS80] ρ Oph ANWW> (Nos B1SE, B1NW). Ref:=1992A&A...265..743M byMEZGER P.G. , SIEVERS A., ZYLKA R., HASLAM C.G.T., KREYSA E., LEMKE R. Astron. Astrophys., 265, 743-751 (1992) Dust emission from star-forming regions. oTables 2, 3: <[LWS80] ρ Oph AN> (Nos F1-F2). Table 3: <[MSZ92] SM1 FIR N> (Nos 1-4). Ref:=1998A&A...336..150M byMOTTE F. , ANDRE P., NERI R. Astron. Astrophys., 336, 150-172 (1998) The initial conditions of star formation in the ρ Ophiuchi main cloud: wide-field millimeter continuum mapping. omm objects are [MAN98] in SIMBAD, others are [LWS80]. oTables 1, 2: <[LWS80] ρ Oph A> (No. G) added, <[LWS80] ρ Oph AN> (Nos A2-A3), <[LWS80] ρ Oph A-W) (Nos C-N, C-S, C-W), <[LWS80] ρ Oph AA> (No. AB), <[LWS80] ρ Oph AAN> (Nos AC1, AC2) added. Table 2: <[MAN98] AN-MMNN>, <[MAN98] ANAN-MMN>, <[MAN98] A-MMN>, <[MAN98] A-MMNa>, N=55. Ref:=2004ApJ...611L..45J byJOHNSTONE D. , DI FRANCESCO J., KIRK H. Astrophys. J., 611, 45-48 (2004) An extinction threshold for protostellar cores in Ophiuchus. oText: <[LWS80] ρ Oph A> (Nos H, I) added. Table 1: <[MAN98] A-MMN> (No. H-MM1, I-MM1) added. Ref:=2008MNRAS.391..205S bySIMPSON R.J. , NUTTER D., WARD-THOMPSON D. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 391, 205-214 (2008) The initial conditions of star formation - VIII. An observational study of the Ophiuchus cloud L1688 and implications for the pre-stellar core mass function. oFig. 1: <[LWS80] ρ Oph A> (No. J) added. Table 2: <[MAN98] A-MMNN> (Nos A-MM9 to A-MM30, C-MM8 to C-MM12, E-MM6 to E-MM10, F-MM3 to F-MM9, J-MM1 to J-MM7) added, <[MAN98] AN-MMNN> (Nos B1-MM5 to B1-MM7) added. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database