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Details on Acronym:   IRS
   IRS (IR Source) ***** Avoid the usage of IRS, prefer [SVS76] Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   StVS
   StVS (Strom+Vrba+Strom) ***** Avoid the usage of StVS, prefer [SVS76] Originof the Acronym: D = Assigned by the Dictionary of Acronyms
Details on Acronym:   SVS
   SVS (Strom+Vrba+Strom) ***** Avoid the usage of SVS, prefer [SVS76] Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   [SVS76]
   [SVS76] (Strom+Vrba+Strom, 1976)= (IRS) = (SVS) = (StVS) Write:<<[SVS76] NGC 1333 NNAN>>
<<[SVS76] NGC 1333 NNW>>
<<[SVS76] NGC 7129 NN>>
<<[SVS76] Ser NN>> N: 32+16+20 Object:(IR)  (SIMBAD class: Infrared = Infra-Red Source) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:In NGC 1333: format 'NGC 1333 NNAN', N=25 (IR) in NGC 1333, and 3 companions '13A' to No. 13, companion 13A been divided into 2 components 13A1 and 13A2. format 'NGC 1333 NNW': No. 16 is resolved in 2 components 'NGC 1333 16E' and NGC 1333 16W'
In NGC 7129: format 'NGC 7129 NN', N=16 (IR) in NGC 7129
In Serpens: format 'Ser NN', N=20 (IR) in the Serpens dark cloud in source:NGC 1333 in source:NGC 7129 in source:NAME Serpens Cloud Ref:=1976AJ.....81..314S bySTROM S.E. , VRBA F.J., STROM K.M. Astron. J., 81, 314-316 (1976) Infrared surveys of dark-cloud complexes. II. The NGC 1333 region. o<[SVS76] NGC 1333 NN> (Nos 1-25) Ref:=1976AJ.....81..638S bySTROM S.E. , VRBA F.J., STROM K.M. Astron. J., 81, 638-640 (1976) Infrared surveys of dark cloud complexes. V. The NGC 7129 region and the Serpens dark cloud. oTable I: <[SVS76] NGC 7129 NN> (Nos 1-16), Table II: <[SVS76] Ser NN> (Nos 1-20) Ref:=1996ApJ...473L..49B byBALLY J. , DEVINE D., REIPURTH B. Astrophys. J., 473, 49-54 (1996) A burst of Herbig-Haro flows in NGC 1333. oTable 3: IRAS f = IRAS 03262+3108 oTable 2: <HH NNNA> (Nos 333-353). Table 3: <[SVS76] NGC 1333 NNA> (No. 13B). Table 3: <[JCC87] IRAS NA> (Nos 2B, 7A, 7B). Ref:=1998A&A...338..923P byPREIBISCH T. , NEUHAEUSER R., STANKE T. Astron. Astrophys., 338, 923-932 (1998) SVS 16: the most X-ray luminous young stellar object. oFig.7: <[PNS98] XP N> (Nos 1-2). Table 3: <[SVS76] NGC 1333 NNW> (Nos 16E, 16W). Ref:=2000ApJ...529..477L byLOONEY L.W. , MUNDY L.G., WELCH W.J. Astrophys. J., 529, 477-498 (2000) Unveiling the circumstellar envelope and disk: a subarcsecond survey of circumstellar structures. oTable 3, Fig.7b: <[BC86b] LDN 1448 IRS NA> (Nos 3A-3C). Table 3, Fig.10b: <[SVS76] NGC 1333 NNAN> (Nos 13A-13C, 13A1-13A2). Table 3, Fig. 15: <[LMW2000] VLA 1623A> (Nos A-B). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database