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Details on Acronym:   [MW93]
   [MW93] (Moller+Warren, 1993) Write:<<[MW93] Star A>>
<<[MW93] SN>>
<<[MW93] SN-a>> N: 4+3+2 Object:* + G  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of Unknown Nature) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:HST WFPC2 observations. Objects in the field of the QSO 'PKS 0528-250' N=4 stars (Nos A-D). N=3 Candidate Ly-alpha emitter sources, (Nos S1-S3), defined as galaxies in the 2nd ref., S3 has 2 subcomponents S3-a and S3-b. The authors used the same numbering (Nos S1-S12) in 3 papers: (Nos S1-S3) are '[MW93] SN', in the field of QSO 0528-250. (Nos S4-S5) are '[FMW99] SN', in the field of QSO 0151+048. (Nos S6-S13) are '[FTM2000] SNN', in the field of QSO 1205-30. See also [FMW99], [FTM2000]. Ref:=1993A&A...270...43M byMOLLER P. , WARREN S.J. Astron. Astrophys., 270, 43-52 (1993) Emission from a damped Ly-α absorber at z = 2.81. oFig.2: <[MW93] Star A> (Nos A-D). Fig.3, Table 2: <[MW93] SN> (Nos S1-S3). Ref:=1998MNRAS.299..661M byMOLLER P. , WARREN S.J. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 299, 661-671 (1998) HST images of a galaxy group at z=2.81, and the sizes of damped Lyman-α galaxies. oTable 4: <[MW93] S3-a> (Nos S3-a, S3-b). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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