Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects (Last update: 02-Nov-2023)
Result of query: info cati TSWR$
Details on Acronym: TS TS (Testor+Schild)
***** Avoid the usage of TS, prefer TSWROriginof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature Details on Acronym: TS90 TS90 (Testor+Schild, 1990)
***** Avoid the usage of TS90, prefer TSWROriginof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature Details on Acronym: TSWR TSWR (Testor+Schild, WR*)= (TS) = (TS90)
Object:WR (SIMBAD class: WolfRayet* = Wolf-Rayet)
Stat:is completely incorporated in SimbadNote:1990A&A...240..299T: Discovery of 1 new Wolf-Rayet and 2 extreme Of stars located on the the western edge of the 30 Dor complex in the Large Magellanic Cloud. TSWR 1, 2, 3 are respectively Brey 65b, 65c, 74a. 1992A&AS...92..729S: Brey 58, is in fact composed of 2 Wolf-Rayet stars separated by only 0".5. The faintest one is labelled TSWR 4, type WC. The brighter one is [ST92] 2-12, type WN7.
in source:Magellanic Clouds:LMC:30 Dor Nebula = 30 Dor NebulaRef:=1990A&A...240..299T
, SCHILD H.
Astron. Astrophys., 240, 299-304 (1990)
New Wolf-Rayet and extreme Of stars near the 30 Doradus nebula.
oTable 2: <TSWR N> (Nos 1-3)
, TESTOR G.
Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 92, 729-748 (1992)
Spectral types and UBV magnitudes of stars in the 30 Doradus complex.
o<TSWR N> No. 4 added. Table 3: <[ST92] 1-NNN> (Nos 1-1 to 1-104). Table 4: <[ST92] 2-NN> (Nos 2-1 to 2-71). Table 5: <[ST92] 3-NN> (Nos 3-1 to 3-62). Table 6: <[ST92] 4-NN> (Nos 4-1 to 4-69).
Originof the Acronym: D = Assigned by the Dictionary of Acronyms