Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati NuSTAR$
 lpha emitters.
   Ref:=2009A&A...498...13N
     byNILSSON K.K.
, TAPKEN C., MOLLER P., FREUDLING W., FYNBO J.P.U., MEISENHEIMER K., LAURSEN P., OESTLIN G.
 Astron. Astrophys., 498, 13-23 (2009)

    Evolution in the properties of Lyman-α emitters from redshifts z ~  3
    to z ~ 2.
oTable 2: <[NTM2009] LAE COSMOS NNN> (Nos 1-187).
=E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+A/498/13

Details on Acronym:   [NTN2009]
   [NTN2009] (Nakajima+Tsuru+Nobukawa+, 2009) (Not yet in Simbad) Write:<<[NTN2009] MLLL.ll+BB.bb>>
<<[NTN2009] GLLL.ll+BB.bb>> N: 4+1 Object:(X)  (SIMBAD class: X = X-ray source) Note:Suzaku/XIS observations of the Sgr C region. in source:Gal Center: Sgr C = Sgr C Ref:=2009PASJ...61S.233N byNAKAJIMA H. , TSURU T.G., NOBUKAWA M., MATSUMOTO H., KOYAMA K., MURAKAMI H., SENDA A., YAMAUCHI S. PASJ, 61S, 233-240 (2009) X-ray reflection nebulae with large equivalent widths of the neutral iron Kα line in the Sagittarius C region. oFig. 2: <[NTN2009] MLLL.ll+BB.bb> N=4, <[NTN2009] GLLL.ll+BB.bb> N=1.
Details on Acronym:   [NTO2000]
   [NTO2000] (Nakajima+Tamura+Oasa+, 2000) Write:<<[NTO2000] MMSS.s-MMSS>>
<<[NTO2000] Lupus 3 A>> N: 21+1+4 Object:pMS* + Cluster of *  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of unknown nature) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:Tables 1, 2: N=22 PM* candidates in Lupus 3.
Fig.2: N=1 nebula source, possibly a PM*.
Fig.4: N=4 Sub-clusters of stars (Nos A-D).
Format 'M

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