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Details on Acronym:   IRS
   IRS (IR Source) ***** Avoid the usage of IRS, prefer [WBN72] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)
Details on Acronym:   WBN
   WBN (Wynn-Williams+Becklin+Neugebauer) ***** Avoid the usage of WBN, prefer [WBN72] Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   [WBN72]
   [WBN72] (Wynn-Williams+Becklin+Neugebauer, 1972)= (IRS) = (WBN) Write:<<[WBN72] W 3 IRS NNaN>> N: 11+12 Object:(IR)  (SIMBAD class: IR = Infra-Red source) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad in source:W 3 Ref:=1972MNRAS.160....1W byWYNN-WILLIAMS C.G. , BECKLIN E.E., NEUGEBAUER G. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 160, 1-14 (1972) Infra-red sources in the H II region W 3. o<[WBN72] W 3 IRS N> (Nos 1-9) Ref:=1974A&A....34..335B byBEETZ M. , ELSAESSER H., WEINBERGER R. Astron. Astrophys., 34, 335-337 (1974) The H II region W 3 in the near infrared. o<[WBN72] W 3 IRS Na> (No. 2a) added. Ref:=1977ApJ...211..421D byDYCK H.M. , SIMON T. Astrophys. J., 211, 421-428 (1977) Infrared observations of compact H II regions in the spectral range 3.4-33 micrometers. oIRS in W 51 and W 75 = '[WBN74] W 51 IRS N' and [WBN74] W 75 IRS N' oTable 1: <[WBN72] W 3 IRS NN> (No. 10) added. Table 1: <[DS77] W 33 IRS N> (Nos 1-3). Table 2: <NAME DR 21 IRS>, <NAME DR 21 (N and S)>, <NAME W 75 (N)>. Ref:=1989ApJ...345..894H byHAYWARD T.L. , GRASDALEN G.L., WOODWARD C.E., HACKWELL J.A., GEHRZ R.D., PIPHER J.L. Astrophys. J., 345, 894-905 (1989) Infrared imaging of the compact HII region W3A. oTable 2: <[WBN72] W 3 IRS NNa> (Nos 2b-2c, 11). Table 2: <[HGW89] W 3 Star A> (Nos A-E). Ref:=1994ApJ...424L..41C byCLAUSSEN M.J. , GAUME R.A., JOHNSTON K.J., WILSON T.L. Astrophys. J., 424, L41-L44 (1994) The W3 IRS 5 cluster : radio continuum and water maser observations. o'[WBN72] W 3 IRS 5g' is added in 1997A&A.318.931T oTable 1: <[WBN72] W 3 IRS NaN> (Nos 5a-5c, 5d1-5d2, 5e-5f). Ref:=1996A&A...307..775M byMEGEATH S.T. , HERTER T., BEICHMAN C., GAUTIER N., HESTER J.J., RAYNER J., SHUPE D. Astron. Astrophys., 307, 775-790 (1996) A dense stellar cluster surrounding W3 IRS 5. o<[WBN72] W 3 IRS Na> (Nos 3a-3b). Ref:=1997A&A...318..931T byTIEFTRUNK A.R. , GAUME R.A., CLAUSSEN M.J., WILSON T.L., JOHNSTON K.J. Astron. Astrophys., 318, 931-946 (1997) The H II/molecular cloud complex W3 revisited: imaging the radio continuum sources using multi-configuration, multi-frequency observations with the VLA. oTable 3: <[TGC97] W3AaN> (Nos 3Ma-3Mc, 3Md1-3Md2, 3Me-3Mg, 3Ca) = <[WBN72] W 3 IRS NaN> (Nos 5a-5c, 5d1-5d2, 5e-5g, 4a) among which (Nos 5g, 4a) added. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database