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#-- VII/216 H-{alpha} emission regions in Southern Milky Way (Rodgers+ 1960)
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#---Table: VII/216/./notes.dat Notes to individual  nebulae  (143 records)
#       RCW I3     ---   RCW id number, repeated when several lines
#       add A1     ---   [*] for a note due to formatting problems.
#      Text A75    ---   Text of note
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  1| |Horseshoe-shaped bright region 2 deg. in diameter, with 8'x 5'
  1| |concentration at 07h 08m, -12 deg 12'. Fainter region 150' diameter,
  1| |centred on 07h 08m, -09 deg 30'.
  1|*|The original publication gave two positions. Here a single position is
  1|*|given and is very crude.
  2| |Circular, connected to RCW1 by faint emission.
  5| |Circular region.
  6| |Contains diffuse outer region.
  7| |Circuliar region.
  9| |Part of the Vela-Puppis Nebula?
 11| |Part of Vela-Puppis?
 13| |Circular region.
 14| |Possibly connected with Vela-Puppis. Possible concentration in RCW15.
 15| |Loop, possibly connected with Vela-Puppis.
 16| |Circular region.
 19| |Large area with one bright edge.
 20| |Surrounded by diffuse emission; could be associated with RCW19.
 22| |Part of Vela-Puppis?
 27| |Region showing structure.
 30| |Two small regions 1' X 1'.
 31| |Connected with Vela-Puppis?
 32| |Circular region.
 33| |Almost circular, with more intense area "comma"-shaped.
 36| |Group of 3 bright regions-"S"-shaped.
 37| |Filamentary.
 38| |Emission region containing four concentrations at: 08h 57m.5,-47deg 16'(6'
 38| |X 4'); 08h 57m.7, -47 deg 22'(3 X 2); 08h 58m.0, -47deg 08' (9' X 7'); and
 38| |08h 58m.4, -47 deg 20'(12 X 9).
 40| |Bright region possibly associated with diffuse surrounding background
 40| |emission.
 42| |Circular.
 43| |Stellar-like.
 48| |Bright crescent shape.
 49| |Emission region outlying Eta Carina nebula.
 50| |Possibly associated with RCW49.
 51| |Bright knot possibly separated from the main Eta Carinae nebula by
 51| |obscuration.
 52| |Bright knot in Eta Carinae nebula separated from main region by absorption.
 53| |Main irregular Eta Carinae nebula. Boundaries at 10h 28m, -58 deg; 10h 55m,
 53| |-58 deg 18'; 10h 27m, -60 deg 48'.
 53|*|The original cross identification also included G30,31, and 33, and
 53|*|NGC3372. Editor's note this is the entire Eta Carinae region.
 54| |Outlying Eta Carina, with concentrations at: 10h 57m.5, -61 deg 00' (40' X
 54| |20'); 10h 58m.0, -59 deg 20'(70' X 40')(filamentary); 11h 08m.0, -59 deg
 54| |54'(25 X 25'); 11h 10m.5, -58 deg 30'(25' X 10').
 54|*|The original gave three positions. The single position given here is
 54|*|extremely crude.
 55| |Circular region,appears to have central star;not part of Eta Carina.
 57| |Appears abscuration-bounded and contains bright crescent-shaped region 50'
 57| |X 20'.
 59| |3 deg diameter loop.
 60| |Outlying part of Lambda Cen nebula. Contains bright regions centred at: 11h
 60| |26m.5, -62 deg 21'(21' X 18'); 11h 26.5m.5, -62 deg 42'(15 X 10).
 61| |Circular region near Lambda Cen nebula.
 62| |Main Lambda Cen nebula, uneven intensity.
 63| |Large band of emission.
 63|*|Two positions are given in the original. The position given here is once
 63|*|again very crude.
 65| |Region has diffuse edges.
 74| |Crescent-shaped.
 75| |Diffuse edges.
 76| |Planetary?
 78| |Bright central region (10' X 6').
 82| |Circular.
 85| |Possibly obscuration bound.
 86| |Crescent-shaped.
 90|*|The original size is given as 0.5 X 0.5 arcminutes. Here the size is given
 90|*|as 1 X 1 arcminutes to avoid formating problems.
 91| |Possibly obscuration bound.
 93| |Like a planetary in appearance.
 94| |Circular and filamentary.
 96| |Appears to be surrounding a star.
 98| |Appears to be distributed about a faint central star.
100| |Stellar-like.
101| |Stellar-like.
106| |Contains two bright areas: 16h 15m.5, -50 deg 51'(20' X 7'); 16h 17 m.0,
106| |-50 deg 42'(12 X 12).
107| |Bright region near RCW108.
108| |Irregular intensity variation with bright region at 16h 36m, -48 deg
108| |30'(60' X 60').
109| |Stellar-like.
110| |Could be connected to RCW 113 by faint emission.
111| |Near RCW110, possibly connected.
113| |Large loop of ionization in region of fainter emission. Boundries: (16h
113| |37m, -41 deg 50') to (16h 58m, -41 deg 30'); and (16h 50', -43 deg 30') to
113| |(16h 45m, -39 deg 40').
114| |Ring of emission 50' wide.
116| |Concentration inside RCW113 (Editors note; not present in table2&3).
116|*|Not present in table 2 or 3 of original publication. The notes to table 2
116|*|and 3 from the original said "116 Concentration inside (RCW)113." This
116|*|was added to the table to provide a complete list of all 182 objects in
116|*|the RCW.
119| |Filamentary, with bright concentration at 16h 57m.4 -38 deg 13' (15' X15').
120| |Contains dark central rift.
123| |Loop.
127| |Faint extensions to 17h 10m, -35 deg 30'. Composed mainly of four bright
127| |concentrations.
127|*|Other cross identifications given in the original are G61,62,63, 64a,b,c.
129| |Region contains the star Tau Sco.
130| |Appears to be a more concentrated region of a large area of diffuse
130| |emission.
131| |Concentrations at: 17h 21m.0, -33 deg 58'(30' X30'); 17h 21m.8, -34 deg
131| |10'(9' X9'); 17h 23m.1, -34 deg 27'(6' X 6'); 17 23m.9, -34 deg 03'(5' X
131| |5').
131|*|Other cross identifications given in the original are E8.
132| |Crescent-shaped bright region with faint extensions to 17h35m,-34deg
132|*|Other cross identifications given in the original are E11.
133| |Almost circular.
134| |Circular.
136| |Stellar in appearance.
137| |Near galactic centre.
138| |Diffuse edges.
140| |Perhaps connected to RCW141.
144| |Circular.
146| |Main bright area divided in three, probably by obscuration, with centres:
146| |18h 01m.8, -24 deg 12'(100' X 45'); 18h 03m.0, -23 deg 30' (45' X 45'); 18h
146| |06m.5, -23 deg 50'(60' X 50').
146|*|Other cross identifications given in the original: HS126; E23,27, 29,30;
146|*|G72,75.
147| |Almost circular.
150| |Stellar in appearance.
151| |Band of emission, one side bounded by heavy obscuration.
152| |Stellar in appearance.
153| |Faint region with bright area [18h 14m.7, -19 deg 40'(19' X 19')] at one
153| |end.
153|*|The original also gave cross identifications as E39; G78.
155| |Two concentrations: 18h 08m.9, -17 deg 36'(7' X 7'); 18h 09m.3, -17 deg
155| |40'(8' X 5').
156| |Possibly local concentration of general diffuse emmission present. Brighter
156| |region at 18h 14m.0, -17 deg 18'(40' X 20').
157| |Faint extensions to 18h 01m,-14 deg 00(E25); and 18h 14m,-17 deg 00.
157| |[Editors note E25 is designation from Sharpless (1953)].
157|*|The original also gave cross identifications as E35.
159| |Surrounded by diffuse emission.
160| |Surrounded by diffuse emission 40' wide.
160|*|The original also gives HS144, 145; E43; G81a,b.
162| |Oval-shaped, possible concentration of general diffuse emission present.
165| |Appears connected with adjacent regions by diffuse emission.
166| |Surrounded by diffuse emission.
165|*|The original also gives E42.
169| |Circular region.
175| |Crescent-shaped.
180| |Stellar-like.
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