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Result of query: info cati SSZ84] T Tau Sc$



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Details on Acronym:   [SSZ84]
   [SSZ84] (Schwartz+Simon+Zuckerman+, 1984) Write:<<[SSZ84] T Tau Aa>> N: 3+2 Object:(Rad) in T Tau  (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:The two components of T Tau were first designated North and South in 1982ApJ...255L.103D and sometimes named DSZ (Dyck + Simon + Zuckerman). The South component is also the IRC companion of T Tau, later found composed of two objects 'Sa' and 'Sb'. in source:V* T Tau Ref:=1984ApJ...280L..23S bySCHWARTZ P.R. , SIMON T., ZUCKERMAN B., HOWELL R.R. Astrophys. J., 280, 23-26 (1984) The T Tauri radio source. oTable 1: <[SSZ84] T Tau N>, <[SSZ84] T Tau S> Ref:=1997Natur.385..415R byRAY T.P. , MUXLOW T.W.B., AXON D.J., BROWN A., CORCORAN D., DYSON J., MUNDT R. Nature, 385, 415-417 (1997) Large-scale magnetic fields in the outflow from the young stellar object T Tauri S. oTable 1: <[SSZ84] T Tau R> added Ref:=2000ApJ...531L.147K byKORESKO C.D. Astrophys. J., 531, 147-149 (2000) A third star in the T Tauri system. o<[SSZ84] T Tau Sa>, <[SSZ84] T Tau Sb>. Ref:=2003ApJ...596L..87F byFURLAN E. , FORREST W.J., WATSON D.M., UCHIDA K.I., BRANDL B.R., KELLER L.D., HERTER T.L. Astrophys. J., 596, 87-90 (2003) Near-infrared, adaptive optics observations of the T Tauri multiple-star system. o(Erratum) erratum vol. 599, p. L117 (2003) o<[SSZ84] T Tau Sc>. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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