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Details on Acronym:   [FSH98]
   [FSH98] (Feldt+Stecklum+Henning+, 1998) Write:<<[FSH98] a>>
<<[FSH98] aW>>
<<[FSH98] R>>
<<[FSH98] MIR N>> N: 14+1+6+2 Object:(IR)  (SIMBAD class: NIR = Near-Infrared source) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:ESO 3.6m ADONIS NIR and Gemini North NIFS observations of [WC89] 45.45+0.06 region:
(Nos a-o, hS), j missing, N=14 sources inside the VLA map.
(Nos I to VI), N=6 other point sources in the image.
MIR 1 is a strong Mid-IR source, MIR 2 is faintest (text p.763).
See also [FSH99] in source:[WC89] 045.45+0.06 Ref:=1998A&A...339..759F byFELDT M. , STECKLUM B., HENNING T., HAYWARD T.L., LEHMANN T., KLEIN R. Astron. Astrophys., 339, 759-772 (1998) The ultracompact H II region G45.45+0.06. A pearl necklace in the sky. oT.1 : Y 4338 not identified (PLX?), gam Aqu : Aql or Aqr?, GL 748 : AFGL or GJ? oTable 2: <[FSH98] a> (Nos a-o, j missing), <[FSH98] R> (Nos I to VI), <[FSH98] MIR N> (Nos 1-2). Ref:=2008AJ....135.1708B byBLUM R.D. , McGREGOR P.J. Astron. J., 135, 1708-1717 (2008) The ionizing stars of the galactic ultra-compact H II region G45.45+0.06. oFig.2: <[FSH98] aW> (No. hS) added. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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