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Result of query: info cati MDE2019] MUSE N180-N$



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Details on Acronym:   [MDE2019]
   [MDE2019] (McLeod+Dale+Evans+, 2019) Write:<<[MDE2019] MUSE N44-N>>
<<[MDE2019] MUSE N180-N>>
<<[MDE2019] NNNN main>>
<<[MDE2019] NNNN A>>
<<[MDE2019] N44 B1>> N: 5+6+2+8+1 Object:* + HII  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of Unknown Nature) Note:VLT MUSE observations of N=5+5 O stars and N=1 B star in N=6+5 HII regions in the Large Magellanic Clouds HII region complexes LHA 120-N 44 and N 180. in source:Magellanic Clouds:LMC:LHA 120-N 180 = LHA 120-N 44 in source:Magellanic Clouds:LMC:LHA 120-N 180 = LHA 120-N 180 Ref:=2019MNRAS.486.5263M byMcLEOD A.F. , DALE J.E., EVANS C.J., GINSBURG A., KRUIJSSEN J.M.D., PELLEGRINI E.W., RAMSAY S.K., TESTI L. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 486, 5263-5288 (2019) Feedback from massive stars at low metallicities: MUSE observations of N44 and N180 in the Large Magellanic Cloud. oTable 3: <[MDE2019] MUSE N44-N> (Nos 1-5). Table 4: <[MDE2019] MUSE N180-N> (Nos 1-6). Fig. 1, Table 5: <[MDE2019] NNNN main> (Nos N44 main, N180 main), <[MDE2019] NNNN A> (Nos N44 A-N44 D, N180 A-N180 D), <[MDE2019] N44 B1> N=1. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database