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Result of query: info cati Mayrit$

Details on Acronym:   Mayrit
   Mayrit (Madrid, in ancient Arabic) Write:<<Mayrit JHHMMSS.s+DDMMSS>>
<<Mayrit A>>
<<Mayrit AA>>
<<Mayrit NNNNNNN>> N: 338 Object:* in Cl*  (SIMBAD class: *inCl = Star in Cluster) Note:Compilation of different (past, present and future) surveys to search for member candidates in the sigma Orionis cluster. The sources of the catalogue are stars, brown dwarfs and planetary-mass objects.
See also [BZR99] and [BMZ2001] for ultracool dwarfs of the cluster. in source:NAME sig Ori Cluster Ref:=2007AN....328..917C byCABALLERO J.A. AN, 328, 917-927 (2007) A near-infrared/optical/X-ray survey in the centre of σ Orionis. oTable 5: Mayrit 11128, Table 6: Mayrit 111208 for the same object?? oTable 6: <Mayrit A> (Nos A-B), <Mayrit AA> (No. AB), <Mayrit NNNNNN> N=28 among (Nos 3022-124140). Ref:=2008A&A...478..667C byCABALLERO J.A. Astron. Astrophys., 478, 667-674 (2008) Stars and brown dwarfs in the σ Orionis cluster: the Mayrit catalogue. oTable a6: <Mayrit AA>, <Mayrit NNNNNNN> N=338. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+A/478/667 Originof the Acronym: p = Pre-registered to IAU Comm.5

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