Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects

 o+, 2015
Details on Acronym:   [MGD2015]
   [MGD2015] Write:<<[MGD2015] NNNN>>
<<[MGD2015] Pis24 core>>
<<[MGD2015] Pis24 W>>
<<[MGD2015] Acore>>
<<[MGD2015] AW>>
<<[MGD2015] GN>> N: 13+3 Object:Subcluster + Giant *  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of unknown nature) Note:ESO NTT SofI observations and archival HST WFPC2 data of N=6650+1237 stars in the young open cluster Pismis 24. If the 4-digit format NNNN starts with 9, it indicates sources detected only in the HST WFPC2 VI bands.
N=2 clusters of stars, N=11 subclusters, and N=3 candidate background giant stars in the star forming region NGC 6357, using archival Spitzer IRAC. in source:NGC 6357 Ref:=2015A&A...573A..95M byMASSI F. , GIANNETTI A., DI CARLO E., BRAND J., BELTRAN M.T., MARCONI G. Astron. Astrophys., 573A, 95-95 (2015) Young open clusters in the Galactic star forming region NGC 6357. oTables 1-2: <[MGD2015] NNNN> N=6650+1237 among (Nos 1-9010). Fig. 5, Table 4: <[MGD2015] Pis24 core> N=1, <[MGD2015] Pis24 W> (Nos E, W, N, S), <[MGD2015] Acore> N=1, <[MGD2015] AW> (Nos A, AS, AE, AW, B, BS, BN). Fig. 6: <[MGD2015] GN> (Nos G1-G3). =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+A/573/A95 Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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