Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati AMDM$

Details on Acronym:   AMDM
   AMDM (Andre+Martin-Pintado+Despois+Montmerle)= (VLA) Write:<<AMDM VLA HHMM.m+DDMM>>
<<AMDM Blue N>>
<<AMDM Red N>> N: 1+4+3 Object:Clump  (SIMBAD class: PartofCloud = Part of Cloud) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:VLA and IRAM observations (1990A&A...236..180A), JCMT observations (1995MNRAS.277..193D).
rho Oph cloud.
The probable driving source is designated as 'VLA 1623.4-2418' often found in the literature as 'VLA 1623' (NAME VLA 1623 in SIMBAD). in source:NAME rho Oph Cloud Ref:=1990A&A...236..180A byANDRE P. , MARTIN-PINTADO J., DESPOIS D., MONTMERLE T. Astron. Astrophys., 236, 180-192 (1990) Discovery of a remarkable bipolar flow and exciting source in the ρ Ophiuchi cloud core. oText: <AMDM VLA 1623.4-2418> = <NAME VLA 1623>. Fig.2, Tables 1: <AMDM Blue N> (Nos 1-3), <AMDM Red N> (Nos 1-3). Ref:=1995MNRAS.277..193D byDENT W.R.F. , MATTHEWS H.E., WALTHER D.M. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 277, 193-209 (1995) CO and shocked H2 in the highly collimated outflow from VLA 1623. oText: <AMDM Blue N> (No. 4) added. Fig.6, Table 2: <[DMW95] AN> (Nos H1-H8). Originof the Acronym: L (1995MNRAS.277..193D)
Details on Acronym:   VLA
   VLA (Very Large Array) ***** Avoid the usage of VLA, prefer AMDM Originof the Acronym: L (1995MNRAS.277..193D)

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