Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati PTR2000] MM3 Irs N$



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Details on Acronym:   [PTR2000]
   [PTR2000] (Persi+Tapia+Roth, 2000) Write:<<[PTR2000] 1-NN>>
<<[PTR2000] cN>>
<<[PTR2000] MM3 Irs N>>
<<[PTR2000] HHMMSS.ss+DDMMSS.s>>
<<[PTR2000] HHMMSS.sss+DDMMSS.ss>> N: 1238 Object:(NIR)  (SIMBAD class: IR<10um = Near-IR source (λ< 10 µm)) Note:Las Campanas 2.5m DuPont telescope NIR observations.
Table 1: format '1-NN', N=32 near-IR sources with IR excess.
Table 2: format 'cN', N=7 near-IR sources in the central region.
Table 3: format 'MM3 Irs N', N=8 very red near-IR sources.
p.1028: A second very red object is observed near [PTR2000] 1-13.
Electronic table: format 'HHMMSS.sss+DDMMSS.s' for all the 1238 sources. in source:NGC 6334:MFSW IV = MFSW IV Ref:=2000A&A...357.1020P byPERSI P. , TAPIA M., ROTH M. Astron. Astrophys., 357, 1020-1030 (2000) The NGC 6334 IV massive star formation site: a cluster in the making? oTable 1(paper): <[PTR2000] 1-NN> (Nos 1-1 to 1-32). Table 2: <[PTR2000] cN> (Nos c1-c7). Table 3: <[PTR2000] MM3 Irs N> (Nos 3-1 to 3-8). p.1028: <[PTR2000] 171700.42-355301.9> N=1. Electronic Table: <[PTR2000] HHMMSS.sss+DDMMSS.ss> N=1238. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+A/357/1020 Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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