Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects

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Details on Acronym:   [MBB87]
   [MBB87] Write:<<[MBB87] HH 34 IRS>>
<<[MBB87] Haro 6-5B A>>
<<[MBB87] Haro 6-5B RN>>
<<[MBB87] DG Tau B A>>
<<[MBB87] DG Tau B AN>>
<<[MBB87] HL Tau VLA N>>
<<[MBB87] HH 33-40 A>> N: 1+6+2+6+2+1+2 Object:Knot  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of Unknown Nature) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:In HH 34: N=1 IRS source, 'HH 34 IRS'
In Haro 6-5B field ('[BMD85] FS Tau B' in SIMBAD): N=6 knots (Nos A-F), eq. to '[EM98] FS Tau B Knot A' (Nos A-F).
N=2 Reflexion Nebula (Nos R1-R2), eq. to '[EM98] FS Tau B R1 and R2'
In DG Tau B field ('[MF83] DG Tau B' in SIMBAD):
N=6+2 knots (Nos A-C, F-H, A1-A2), eq. to '[EM98] DG Tau B Knot AN'
In HL Tau: N=1 VLA radio-source
In HH 33-40 ('NAME HH 33-40' in SIMBAD): N=2 knots (Nos A-B) Ref:=1987ApJ...319..275M byMUNDT R. , BRUGEL E.W., BUHRKE T. Astrophys. J., 319, 275-303 (1987) Jets from young stars : CCD imaging, long-slit spectroscopy and interpretation of existing data. oFig.2, Table 2: <[MBB87] HH 34 IRS> N=1. Fig.5: <[MBB87] Haro 6-5B A> (Nos A-B), <[MBB87] Haro 6-5B RN> (Nos R1-R2). Fig.7: <[MBB87] DG Tau B A> (Nos A-C). Fig.13, Table 3: <[MBB87] HL Tau VLA 1> N=1. Fig.14: <[MBB87] HH 33-40 A> (Nos A-B). Ref:=1991A&A...252..740M byMUNDT R. , RAY T.P., RAGA A.C. Astron. Astrophys., 252, 740-761 (1991) Collimation of stellar objects - constraints from the observed spatial structure. II. Observational results. oFig.8: <[MBB87] Haro 6-5B A> (Nos C-F) added. Fig.12: <[MBB87] DG Tau B AN> (Nos A1-A2, F-H) added. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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