Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati MLD95] LMC$


Details on Acronym:   lmc
   lmc (LMC) ***** Avoid the usage of lmc, prefer [MLD95] Originof the Acronym: L (2002ApJS..141...81M)
Details on Acronym:   [MLD95]
   [MLD95] (Massey+Lang+DeGioia-Eastwood+, 1995)= (lmc) = (smc) Write:<<[MLD95] LMC 1-NNNN>>
<<[MLD95] LMC 2-NNNN>>
<<[MLD95] SMC NN>> N: 61+22+48 Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:Table 3: Format 'LMC 1-NNNN': stars in the LMC, field 1 (centered on 1975 eq. coord: 05h 30.8m, -71deg 04') N=61 stars among 1052
Format 'LMC 2-NNNN': stars in the LMC, in field 2 (centered on 1975 eq. coord: 05h 43.6m, -67deg 56') N=22 stars among 1116
Table 4: Format 'SMC NN': stars in the SMC, N=48 in source:Magellanic Clouds:LMC = LMC in source:Magellanic Clouds:SMC = SMC Ref:=1995ApJ...438..188M byMASSEY P. , LANG C.C., DE GIOIA-EASTWOOD K., GARMANY C.D. Astrophys. J., 438, 188-217 (1995) Massive stars in the field and associations of the Magellanic Clouds : the upper mass limit, the initial mass function and a critical test of main-sequence stellar evolutionary theory. oTable 3: <[MLD95] LMC 1-NNNN> and <[MLD95] LMC 2-NNNN> N=61+22, Table 4: <[MLD95] SMC NN> N=48 Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   smc
   smc (SMC) ***** Avoid the usage of smc, prefer [MLD95] Originof the Acronym: L (2002ApJS..141...81M)