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Details on Acronym:   IRAS
   IRAS (InfraRed Source) ***** Avoid the usage of IRAS, prefer [JCC87] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   [JCC87]
   [JCC87] (Jennings+Cameron+Cudlip+, 1987)= (IRAS) Write:<<[JCC87] IRAS NAN>> N: 9+8+2+2 Object:(IR)  (SIMBAD class: IR = Infra-Red source) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:IRAS CPC observations.
IRAS 2A is found 1st in IAUS vol.178, p.31, Blake.
Format 'IRAS NA' is sometimes found as 'IRAS Na'.
IRAS 4A has 2 components 4A1 and 4A2.
IRAS 4B has 2 components 4B1 and 4B2, sometimes found as 4BI and 4BII, or 4BW and 4BE respectively.
4A2 is found as 4A' and 4B2 as 4B' in 2001ApJ...562..770D.
4B2 is also named 4C in 1999ApJS..122..519C (not SIMBAD 4C first found in 1999ApJS..125..427R) in source:NGC 1333 Ref:=1987MNRAS.226..461J byJENNINGS R.E. , CAMERON D.H.M., CUDLIP W., HIRST C.J. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 226, 461-471 (1987) IRAS observations of NGC 1333. oTable 1: cross-id. FIRSSE 42 not in SIMBAD. Table 2: IRAS found by coordinates. oTable 1: <[JCC87] IRAS N> (Nos 1-9) Ref:=1991ApJ...376L..17S bySANDELL G. , ASPIN C., DUNCAN W.D., RUSSELL A.P.G., ROBSON E.I. Astrophys. J., 376, L17-L20 (1991) NGC 1333 IRAS 4 : a very young, low-luminosity binary system. oTable 1: H2O(C) and (D) = [HMR80] H2O(C) and (D) oTable 1: <[JCC87] IRAS NA> (Nos 4A, 4B) Ref:=1993BAAS...25.1367W byWOOTTEN A. , MANGUM J. Bull. American Astron. Soc., 25, 1367 (1993) Coeval but separate star formation in NGC1333 IRAS4. o<[JCC87] IRAS NA> (No. 4C) Ref:=1996ApJ...473L..49B byBALLY J. , DEVINE D., REIPURTH B. Astrophys. J., 473, L49-L54 (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:=1999ApJ...525L.109G byGIRART J.M. , CRUTCHER R.M., RAO R. Astrophys. J., 525, L109-L112 (1999) Detection of polarized CO emission from the molecular outflow in NGC 1333 IRAS 4A. o<[JCC87] IRAS NAN> (Nos 4A1-4A2). Ref:=1999ApJS..125..427R byRODRIGUEZ L.F. , ANGLADA G., CURIEL S. Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 125, 427-438 (1999) The nature of the radio continuum sources embedded in the HH 7-11 region and its surroundings. oTables 1, 2: <[RAC97] VLA NN> (Nos 5-44) added. Table 1, Fig.9: <[JCC87] IRAS 4C> added. Ref:=2000MNRAS.319..991S bySMITH K.W. , BONNELL I.A., EMERSON J.P., JENNESS T. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 319, 991-1000 (2000) NGC 1333/IRAS 4: a multiple star formation laboratory. oComponents [JCC87] IRAS 4BI and 4BII are [JCC87] IRAS 4B1 and 4B2 in SIMBAD. o<[JCC87] IRAS ANA> (Nos 4B1, 4B2) added. Ref:=2001ApJ...546L..49S bySANDELL G. , KNEE L.B.G. Astrophys. J., 546, L49-L52 (2001) NGC 1333–Protostars, dust shells, and triggered star formation. oTable 1: Components [JCC87] IRAS 4BW and 4BE are respectively [JCC87] IRAS 4B1 and 4B2 in SIMBAD. oTable 1: <[SK2001] NN> (Nos 1-33), <[SK2001] IRAS 7 SM N> (Nos 1-2). Table 1: <[JCC87] IRAS AN> (No. 2C) added. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/ApJS/125/427 Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database