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Around the start of the 16th century, Portuguese and Dutch sailors first ventured into southern seas. With their willing navigational curiosity within the skies, they famous the continual presence of 2 cloud-like gains, now not faraway from the virtually instantly Southern Pole. the 1st literature point out of those 'clouds' was once within the magazine written in 1520 by means of the Italian navigator Pigafetta at the first circumnavigation of the globe by means of Magalhaes (c/. Pigafetta et ai. , 1962). In honour of this make the most, the items have on the grounds that turn into often called the Magellanic Clouds, even if the Dutch identify 'Kaapsche Wolken' (Cape Clouds - after the Cape of excellent desire) has additionally been in use for hundreds of years. the massive and Small Magellanic Clouds are dwarf abnormal galaxies, orbiting our personal Milky method Galaxy, shortly at distances of fifty three and sixty three kpc respectively (Humphreys, 1984) . . they're the galaxies nearest to us: such a lot different neighborhood crew galaxies are of order ten instances extra far away. The LMC and SMC also are the prototypical blue dwarf irregulars, representatives of a category of gadgets within which a number of hundred extra far-off gadgets are actually recognized. Their lots are a number of in step with cent of the mass of the Milky manner Galaxy, yet they're quite gas-rich and seem to be, at present epoch, forming stars at a extra prodiguous fee than our Galaxy (c/. Lequeux, 1984).
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5'S of LI-LMC 768. On infrared extension in Bar. 7'NE of 786). 8'NH of LI-LMC 825. Close to infrared peak in Bar. infrared gradient of LI-LMC 816 in Bar. 5'H of LI-LMC 854. Infrared peak in Bar. 8'SE of LI-LHC 866. 9'H of LI-LHC 897). 4'NH of LI-LMC 897). 2'SE of 876. IR peak close to main peak of complex. DEM 15Z. 6'H of LI-LMC 899. Infrared peak in Bar. On infrared gradient in between peaks. 4'5 of 965. On IR peak in Bar. See DEM 177. O'NE of LI-LMC 1070. On infrared gradient to 1076. 7'SH of 1083.
9'N of LI-LMC 1448. In extended infrared emission in 30 Doradus outskirts. 3: Infrared emission from LMC stellar abjects (continued 31. (1 ) catalog Number (2) Infrared LI-LHC Planetary nebulae (3) (4) Detection quality Remarks ............... Sanduleak et a1. (1978)' Sanduleak (1984) • 51< 1 51< 11 51< 28 51< 29 Sk 31 2 89 481 483 513 0 0 0 0 0 N182. 3'NE of LI-LMC 2. 7'N of LI-LMC 89. In IR extended emission of LHC-Bar. 4'SE of LI-LMC 481. N102. In LMC-Bar. 6'NE of LI-LMC 483. N25. 5'NH of LI-LHC 513.
N25. 5'NH of LI-LHC 513. Sk 36 51< 51 Sk 58 Sk 62 Sk 64 557 850 982 1014 1100 0 0 0 0 N107. 4'SH of LI-LMC 557. N125. 5'E of LI-LMC 850. N133. In extended emission. 4'N of LI-LMC 982. N201. S'N of LI-LHC 1014. N145 (DEH 210). 8'S of LI-LMC 1100. 75 78 1327 1336 1513 0 0 0 N151. 7'E of LI-LHC 1327. N153 (DEM 232). 2'N of LI-LHC 1336. N69. 3 ' N of LI-LMC 1513. 51< Sk Sk 85 0 31 THE LEIDEN-IRAS MAGELLANIC CLOUDS INFRARED SOURCE CATALOGUES 3. The Leiden-IRAS Magellanic Clouds Infrared Source Catalogues The LMC and SMC infrared source catalogues presented in this Part contain sources determined by a visual inspection of the two-dimensional DPM and Co-Add maps presented in the Atlas (Part 4).
Atlas and Catalogue of Infrared Sources in the Magellanic Clouds by P. B. W. Schwering, F. P. Israel (auth.)