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Result of query: info cati BGB2018] SMC-M2-NNN$


Details on Acronym:   [BGB2018]
   [BGB2018] (Bitsakis+Gonzalez-Lopezlira+Bonfini+, 2018) Write:<<[BGB2018] SMC-IR1-NNN>>
<<[BGB2018] SMC-M2-NNN>>
<<[BGB2018] SMC-NUV-NNNN>> N: 1319 Object:Cluster of *  (SIMBAD class: Cl* = Cluster of Stars) Note:N=1319 star clusters in the Small Magellanic Cloud.
Use of archival data from GALEX, SUMAC survey (Swift/UVOT Magellanic Clouds Survey), MCPS survey (Magellanic Cloud Photometric Survey), and Spitzer MIPS.
See also [BBG2017]. in source:Magellanic Clouds:SMC = SMC Ref:=2018ApJ...853..104B byBITSAKIS T. , GONZALEZ-LOPEZLIRA R.A., BONFINI P., BRUZUAL G., MARAVELIAS G., ZARITSKY D., CHARLOT S., RAMIREZ-SIORDIA V.H. Astrophys. J., 853, 104-104 (2018) The distribution and ages of star clusters in the Small Magellanic Cloud: constraints on the interaction history of the Magellanic Clouds. oTable 1: <[BGB2018] SMC-IR1-NNN> N=466 among (Nos IR1-182 to IR1-787), <[BGB2018] SMC-M2-NNN> N=453 among (Nos M2-1 to M2-455), <[BGB2018] SMC-NUV-NNNN> N=400 among (Nos NUV-480 to NUV-1091). =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/ApJ/853/104 Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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