Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects (Last update: 23-Oct-2020)
Result of query: info cati MDM$
Details on Acronym: MDM MDM (Marx+Dickey+Mebold)
Object:(Rad) (SIMBAD class: Radio = Radio-source)
Note:Results of a continuum snapshot survey of a 3x4 deg region of the Large Magellanic Cloud including the area of the giant molecular cloud and the 30 Doradus Nebula. The observations have been carried out with the Australia Telescope Compact Array at 1.4 and 2.4 GHz. The angular resolution at 1.4 GHz is 7" and at 2.4 GHz it is 4". Most fields are complete to about 6 mJy peak flux density at 1.4 GHz and to about 3 mJy at 2.4 GHz. The positions, peak and integral flux densities of 113 compact (<54") sources detected at 1.4 GHz and of 70 sources (<34") detected at 2.4 GHz are presented. Positions are accurate to about 3".
in source:Magellanic Clouds:LMC = LMCRef:=1997A&AS..126..325M
, DICKEY J.M., MEBOLD U.
Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 126, 325-334 (1997)
A catalogue of compact radio sources in and behind the Large Magellanic Cloud.
oTable 3: <MDM NNN> (Nos 1-114)
=E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+AS/126/325MOriginof the Acronym: p = Pre-registered to IAU Comm.5 Details on Acronym: Cl* NGC 104 MDM Cl* NGC 104 MDM (Meylan+Dubath+Mayor)
Write:<<Cl* NGC 104 MDM NN>>
, DUBATH P., MAYOR M.
Astrophys. J., 383, 587-593 (1991)
Two high-velocity stars shot out from the core of the globular cluster 47 Tucanae.
oTable 2: <Cl* NGC 104 MDM NN> N=50 among (Nos 1-74).