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Details on Acronym:   [MVF99]
   [MVF99] (Myrrha+Vaz+Faundez-Abans+, 1999) Write:<<[MVF99] A>>
<<[MVF99] Region R>>
<<[MVF99] Knot N>>
<<[MVF99] GN>> N: 15+3+7+2 Object:?  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of Unknown Nature) Note:Fig.1, Table 2: (Nos A-O), N=15 probable non-stellar objects inside a region of 4' around HRG 2302. Fig.2, Table 5: (Nos I-III), N=3 HII regions in HRG 2302. Fig.9, Table 5: (Nos 1-7), N=7 Knots in HRG 2302. in source:HRG 02302 Ref:=1999A&A...351..860M byMYRRHA M.L.M. , VAZ L.P.R., FAUNDEZ-ABANS M., DE OLIVEIRA-ABANS M., SOARES D.S.L. Astron. Astrophys., 351, 860-868 (1999) BVRI-Hα surface photometry of peculiar ring galaxies. I. HRG 2302. oTable 2: <[MVF99] A> (Nos A-O). Table 5: <[MVF99] Region R> (Nos I-III), <[MVF99] Knot N> (Nos 1-7). Ref:=2015A&A...574A..70F byFAUNDEZ-ABANS M. , RESHETNIKOV V.P., DE OLIVEIRA-ABANS M., KRABBE A.C., DA ROCHA-POPPE P.C., FERNANDES-MARTIN V.A., AMORES E.B., FREITAS-LEMES P. Astron. Astrophys., 574A, 70-70 (2015) Visiting two objects in the field of the ring galaxy HRG 2302. oTable 2: <[MVF99] GN> (Nos 1-2). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database