Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati MMP2000]$

Details on Acronym:   [MMP2000]
   [MMP2000] (MacKenty+Maiz-Apellaniz+Pickens+, 2000) Write:<<[MMP2000] R>>
<<[MMP2000] R-A>>
<<[MMP2000] R-AN>>
<<[MMP2000] R{n|s}>>
<<[MMP2000] R-A{n|s}>>
<<[MMP2000] R-AN{n|s}>> N: 43 Object:Part of G  (SIMBAD class: PartofG = Part of a Galaxy) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:HST WFPC2 and VLA observations of NGC 4214.
There are 3 levels of format:
Format R: (Nos I-XIII) are complexes or regions:
I, II = complexes, III, IV = large continuum sources, V to XIII = progressively fainter H-alpha structures.
Format R-A: Substructures.
Format R-AN: smaller H-alpha knots.
Format R-Aa or R-Aa or R-ANa (a letter 'a' could be added at the end of the 3 formats) where the letter stands for
n = nebular knot or not obvious stellar cluster.
s = stellar cluster or no nebular emission.
See also [MMM98b]. in source:NGC 4214 Ref:=2000AJ....120.3007M byMacKENTY J.W. , MAIZ-APELLANIZ J., PICKENS C.E., NORMAN C.A., WALBORN N.R. Astron. J., 120, 3007-3026 (2000) Hubble space Telescope/WFPC2 and VLA observations of the ionized gas in the dwarf starburst galaxy NGC 4214. oin ref list CERVINO 1994A&A...284..749C instead of 284..789, MAS-HESSE 1991IAUS..143..613M instead of IAUS.43.613 oTable 2: <[MMP2000] R>, <[MMP2000] Ra>, <[MMP2000] R-A>, <[MMP2000] R-Aa>, <[MMP2000] R-AN>, <[MMP2000] R-ANa>, N=42. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database