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Result of query: info cati SMJ96] HII CNN$



Details on Acronym:   [SMJ96]
   [SMJ96] (Soffner+Mendez+Jacoby+, 1996) Write:<<[SMJ96] PN NN>>
<<[SMJ96] HII ANN>> N: 34+90 Object:PN + HII  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of unknown nature) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:Table 2: N=34 PN in NGC 300, format 'PN NN', (Nos 1-34)
Table 3: N=26 HII in NGC 300, East field, format 'HII ENN', (Nos E1-E26)
Table 4: N=33 HII in NGC 300, Center field, format 'HII CNN', (Nos C1-C33)
Table 5: N=31 HII in NGC 300, West field, format 'HII WNN', (Nos W1-W31)
Total of HII N=88: [SMJ96] HII C1 = [SMJ96] HII E26, [SMJ96] HII W1 = [SMJ96] HII C32 in source:NGC 300 Ref:=1996A&A...306....9S bySOFFNER T. , MENDEZ R.H., JACOBY G.H., CIARDULLO R., ROTH M.M., KUDRITZKI R.P. Astron. Astrophys., 306, 9-22 (1996) Planetary nebulae and HII regions in NGC 300. oTable 2: <[SMJ96] PN NN> (Nos 1-34). Table 3: <[SMJ96] HII ENN> (Nos E1-E26). Table 4: <[SMJ96] HII CNN> (Nos C1-C33). Table 5: <[SMJ96] HII WNN> (Nos W1-W31) =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+A/306/9 Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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