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Result of query: info cati CG99b] Source R$



Details on Acronym:   [CG99b]
   [CG99b] (Churchwell+Goss, 1999) Write:<<[CG99b] NGC 604 A>>
<<[CG99b] NGC 604 AN>>
<<[CG99b] NGC 604 AAN>>
<<[CG99b] Source R>> N: 6+2 Object:(Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Note:(Nos A-H) emission peaks, radio-components of NGC 604.
Sub-regions 'AN' or 'AAN' are found. Sources I and II, N=2 radio-sources south of NGC 604. in source:NGC 604 Ref:=1999ApJ...514..188C byCHURCHWELL E. , GOSS W.M. Astrophys. J., 514, 188-194 (1999) A high-resolution VLA and optical study of NGC 604. oTable 1: <[CG99b] NGC 604 A> (Nos A-F). Text: <[CG99b] Source R> (Nos I-II). Ref:=2004AJ....128.1196M byMAIZ-APELLANIZ J. , PEREZ E., MAS-HESSE J.M. Astron. J., 128, 1196-1218 (2004) NGC 604, the scaled OB association (SOBA) prototype. I. Spatial distribution of the different gas phases and attenuation by dust. oFigs 2, 3: Covity A to D are not in SIMBAD. Tables 3, 4: Subregions 'AN' et 'AAN' are not in SIMBAD. oFigs 2, 3: <[MPM2004] Cavity A> (Nos A-D). Tables 3, 4: <[CG99b] NGC 604 A> (Nos G-H) added, <[CG99b] NGC 604 AN> (Nos A1-A2, B1-B2, E1, F1-F2, G1-G4, H1-H2), <[CG99b] NGC 604 AAN> (Nos CD1-CD5). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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