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Result of query: info cati DMR99] Knot a$



Details on Acronym:   [DMR99]
   [DMR99] (Davis+Matthews+Ray+, 1999) Write:<<[DMR99] Knot a>>
<<[DMR99] Extension N>>
<<[DMR99] Lobe WWbN>>
<<[DMR99] Lobe WWrN>> N: 3+2+11 Object:Part of Cloud  (SIMBAD class: PartofCloud = Part of Cloud) Note:Table 2, Fig.1: N=3 'Knots' or 'Sub-clumps' (Nos a-c) in the SMM '[CED93] 9'.
Fig.1: N=2 'Extensions (Nos 1-2) in the SMM '[CED93] 1'.
Fig.4: N=11 'Lobes' or high-velocity CO features in the SMM 1 and 4
([CED93] 1 amd [CED93] 4) region. in the format 'WWAn', 'WW' stands for directions (including 'C' for 'Center'), the letter 'r' stands red-shifted feature or 'b': blue-shifted feature. in source:NAME Serpens Cloud Ref:=1999MNRAS.309..141D byDAVIS C.J. , MATTHEWS H.E., RAY T.P., DENT W.R.F., RICHER J.S. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 309, 141-152 (1999) A burst of outflows from the Serpens cloud core: wide-field submillimetre continuum, CO j = 2-1 and optical observations. oSMM NN objects are [CED93] NN in SIMBAD. oTable 1: <HH NNN> (Nos 456-457). Table 2, Fig.1: <[DMR99] Knot a> (Nos a-c). Fig.1: <[DMR99] Extension N> (Nos 1-2). Fig.4: <[DMR99] Lobe WWaN> N=11. Table 2: <[CED93] NN> (Nos 10-11) added. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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