Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati XEST FF-NNN$



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 AU D.
     byMANDUSHEV G.
, O'DONOVAN F., SLESNICK C., LLOYD J.P.
 Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 202, 7 (2012)

    A census of rotation and variability in L1495: a uniform analysis of
    Trans-atlantic Exoplanet Survey light curves for pre-main-sequence    stars in Taurus.
oTable 1: <[XCR2012] TrES JHHMMSS+DDMMSS> N=18.

Details on Acronym:   [XCY2017]
   [XCY2017] (Xiong+Chen+Yang+, 2017) Write:<<[XCY2017] FNN>>
<<[XCY2017] MWISP GLLL.lll+BB.bbb>>
<<[XCY2017] NN>> N: 12+146+57 Object:Filament + Clump + Poss. YSO  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of unknown nature) Note:Purple Mountain Observatory 13.7m radio telescope 12CO(1-0), 13CO(1-0) and 18CO(1-0) observations of N=12 filaments, N=146 clumps, and N=57 YSO candidates in a large elongated molecular cloud in the Galactic region centered at l=150 °, b=3.5°, as part of the Milky Way Imaging Scroll Painting (MWISP) project. Ref:=2017ApJ...838...49X byXIONG F. , CHEN X., YANG J., FANG M., ZHANG S., ZHANG M., DU X., LONG W. Astrophys. J., 838, 49-49 (2017) CO(J=1-0) observations of a filamentary molecular cloud in the Galactic region centered at l=150°, b=3.5°. oFig. 9, Table 1: <[XCY2017] FNN> (Nos F1-F12). Table 2:

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