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Details on Acronym:   [HT82]
   [HT82] (Heydari-Malayeri+Testor, 1982) Write:<<[HT82] N159AN>>
<<[HT82] N159A ggg>>
<<[HT82] N>> N: 2+4+5 Object:Region + *  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of unknown nature) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:Fig.1, 2:
N159A (LHA 120-N 159A) has 2 components 'N159A1' and 'N159A2', and 4 brightness peaks: (alf, bet, gam, del).
Fig.2, text:
(Nos 1-4) are stars in the field of LHA 120-N 159, (No. 5) is a peculiar object name 'Blob'.
See also [HT86], [HVL90]. in source:Magellanic Clouds:LMC:LHA 120-N 159A = LHA 120-N 159A Ref:=1982A&A...111L..11H byHEYDARI-MALAYERI M. , TESTOR G. Astron. Astrophys., 111, 11-14 (1982) Excitation and extinction in the LMC HII region N159A and discovery of a highly excited 'Blob' in its vicinity. oDD 13 = [DD75] LMC X-1 13. oFigs 1, 2: <[HT82] N159AN> (Nos A1-A2), <[HT82] N159A aaa> (Nos alf, bet, gam, del), <[HT82] N> (Nos 1-5). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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