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Result of query: info cati NKN2005]$

Details on Acronym:   [NKN2005]
   [NKN2005] (Nakajima+Kato+Nagata+, 2005) Write:<<[NKN2005] NNNN-YNN>>
<<[NKN2005] NNNN-ONN>>
<<[NKN2005] NNNNW-YN>>
<<[NKN2005] NNNNW-ON>>
<<[NKN2005] N159W Star N>> N: 25+6 Object:Cl* + *inCl  (SIMBAD class: Cl* = Cluster of Stars) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:NIR observations of 3 star-forming regions at the IRSF 1.4m telescope of the Nagoya University at the South African Astronomical Observatory.
N=23 stellar clusters are found, the letter 'Y' in the format stands for A-B2 star clusters, the letter 'O' for OB star clusters.
6 stars are found in the cluster N159S-Y1. In LHA 120-N 159S 6 stars are found in source:Magellanic Clouds:LMC:LHA 120-N 158 = LHA 120-N 158 in source:Magellanic Clouds:LMC:LHA 120-N 159 = LHA 120-N 159 in source:Magellanic Clouds:LMC:LHA 120-N 160 = LHA 120-N 160 Ref:=2005AJ....129..776N byNAKAJIMA Y. , KATO D., NAGATA T., TAMURA M., SATO S., SUGITANI K., NAGASHIMA C., NAGAYAMA T., IWATA I., ITA Y., TANABE T., KURITA M., NAKAYA H., BABA D. Astron. J., 129, 776-789 (2005) Near-infrared imaging observations of the N159/N160 complex in the Large Magellanic Cloud: large clusters of Herbig Ae/Be stars and sequential cluster formation. oPar. 2, red stars cskd = [JHR80] D-, T = TVLM, BRI 0021 = BRI 0021-02 oFig.1, Table 3: <[NKN2005] N158-AN> (Nos Y1, O1), <[NKN2005] N159-AN> (Nos Y1 to Y4, O1 to O3), <[NKN2005] N159S-AN> (No. Y1), <[NKN2005] N160-ANN> (Nos Y1 to Y5, O1 to O10). Fig.6, Table 5: <[NKN2005] N159S Star N> (Nos 1-6). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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