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2019A&A...623A..72K viz 280       S   X         5 71 ~ Stellar and substellar companions of nearby stars from Gaia DR2. Binarity from proper motion anomaly. KERVELLA P., ARENOU F., MIGNARD F., et al.
2019A&A...624A..77T viz 47           X         1 5 ~ The XMM-Newton serendipitous survey. VIII. The first XMM-Newton serendipitous source catalogue from overlapping observations. TRAULSEN I., SCHWOPE A.D., LAMER G., et al.
2019ApJ...873L...7A 121     A     X         3 18 ~ The K dwarf advantage for biosignatures on directly imaged exoplanets. ARNEY G.N.
2019MNRAS.482..895S 140           X         3 43 ~ Benchmark ages for the Gaia benchmark stars. SAHLHOLDT C.L., FELTZING S., LINDEGREN L., et al.
2019MNRAS.487.4631B 47           X         1 11 ~ The compact multiple system HIP 41431. BORKOVITS T., SPERAUSKAS J., TOKOVININ A., et al.
2019RAA....19...35D 47           X         1 23 ~ Role of the Rossiter-McLaughlin effect in the study of close binaries. DRYOMOVA G.N. and DRYOMOV V.V.
2018A&A...610L..11D 63       D     X         2 112 8 Investigating the dynamical history of the interstellar object 'Oumuamua. DYBCZYNSKI P.A. and KROLIKOWSKA M.
2018A&A...615A..76S viz 609 7 Spectroscopic Parameters and atmosphEric ChemIstriEs of Stars (SPECIES). I. Code description and dwarf stars catalogue. SOTO M.G. and JENKINS J.S.
2018AJ....155..102M 18       D               1 42 ~ In the crosshair: astrometric exoplanet detection with WFIRST's diffraction spikes. MELCHIOR P., SPERGEL D. and LANZ A.
2018AJ....156...49R viz 45           X         1 137 ~ The solar neighborhood. XLIII. Discovery of new nearby stars with µ<0.18"/yr (TINYMO sample). RIEDEL A.R., SILVERSTEIN M.L., HENRY T.J., et al.
2018ApJ...856...10J 45           X         1 12 8 Not all stars are the Sun: empirical calibration of the mixing length for metal-poor stars using one-dimensional stellar evolution models. JOYCE M. and CHABOYER B.
2018ApJ...861L..11J 46           X         1 3 4 A gap in the lower main sequence revealed by Gaia Data Release 2. JAO W.-C., HENRY T.J., GIES D.R., et al.
2018ApJ...862...66W 63       D     X         2 45 1 A Chandra/LETGS survey of main-sequence stars. WOOD B.E., LAMING J.M., WARREN H.P., et al.
2018RAA....18...94S 475   K A     X C       10 10 ~ Estimating masses of selected stars in the Pulkovo program by means of astrometry methods. SHAKHT N.A., GORSHANOV D.L. and VASILKOVA O.O.
2017AJ....154..191J viz 44           X         1 119 4 The solar neighborhood. XLII. Parallax results from the CTIOPI 0.9 m program-identifying new nearby subdwarfs using tangential velocities and locations on the H-R diagram. JAO W.-C., HENRY T.J., WINTERS J.G., et al.
2017ApJ...849..142S 44           X         1 18 3 Techniques for high-contrast imaging in multi-star systems. II. Multi-star Wavefront Control. SIRBU D., THOMAS S., BELIKOV R., et al.
2017MNRAS.470.3664H 104       D         F     2 12 3 Relativistic generalization of the incentive trap of interstellar travel with application to Breakthrough Starshot. HELLER R.
2016A&A...594A..29B 87           X         2 9 26 A solar-like magnetic cycle on the mature K-dwarf 61 Cygni A (HD 201091). BORO SAIKIA S., JEFFERS S.V., MORIN J., et al.
2016A&A...594A..95A 44           X         1 15 15 Simulating the environment around planet-hosting stars. II. Stellar winds and inner astrospheres. ALVARADO-GOMEZ J.D., HUSSAIN G.A.J., COHEN O., et al.
2016A&A...596A..76S viz 17       D   O           1 129 1 Hα-activity and ages for stars in the SARG survey. SISSA E., GRATTON R., DESIDERA S., et al.
2016AJ....152....8K viz 43           X         1 389 65 The impact of stellar multiplicity on planetary systems. I. The ruinous influence of close binary companions. KRAUS A.L., IRELAND M.J., HUBER D., et al.
2016ApJ...830..110C 43           X         1 23 13 Comparison of damped oscillations in solar and stellar X-ray flares. CHO I.-H., CHO K.-S., NAKARIAKOV V.M., et al.
2016BaltA..25..280D 5 ~ Ejection of stars with relativistic velocities. DRYOMOVA G., DRYOMOV V. and TUTUKOV A.
2015A&A...574A...6A viz 42           X         1 99 ~ Are the orbital poles of binary stars in the solar neighbourhood anisotropically distributed? AGATI J.-L., BONNEAU D., JORISSEN A., et al.
2015A&A...575A..26C viz 45         O X         1 9 30 Benchmark stars for Gaia Fundamental properties of the Population II star HD 140283 from interferometric, spectroscopic, and photometric data. CREEVEY O.L., THEVENIN F., BERIO P., et al.
2015A&A...582A..49H 334       S   X         7 144 107 Gaia FGK benchmark stars: Effective temperatures and surface gravities. HEITER U., JOFRE P., GUSTAFSSON B., et al.
2015A&A...582A..81J viz 18       D               20 35 61 Gaia FGK benchmark stars: abundances of α and iron-peak elements. JOFRE P., HEITER U., SOUBIRAN C., et al.
2015ARep...59.1019D 1 5 7 The probability of forming hyperveloicty stars in the Galaxy. DREMOVA G.N., DREMOV V.V., ORLOV V.V., et al.
2015ApJ...810...81T 43           X         1 10 12 Techniques for high-contrast imaging in multi-star systems. I. Super-Nyquist wavefront control. THOMAS S., BELIKOV R. and BENDEK E.
2015MNRAS.446.4271S 42           X         1 4 1 The observational effects and signatures of tidally distorted solid exoplanets. SAXENA P., PANKA P. and SUMMERS M.
2014A&A...564A.133J viz 45           X         1 36 144 Gaia FGK benchmark stars: Metallicity. JOFRE P., HEITER U., SOUBIRAN C., et al.
2014A&A...570A..62B 82             C       1 35 2 Rigorous treatment of barycentric stellar motion. Perspective and light-time effects in astrometric and radial velocity data. BUTKEVICH A.G. and LINDEGREN L.
2014ARA&A..52..339R 41           X         1 90 73 Microarcsecond radio astrometry. REID M.J. and HONMA M.
2014ApJ...780..159E viz 851     A     X C       20 19 66 How good a clock is rotation? The stellar rotation-mass-age relationship for old field stars. EPSTEIN C.R. and PINSONNEAULT M.H.
2014ApJ...784..156D viz 82           X         2 1505 53 Trigonometric parallaxes for 1507 nearby mid-to-late M dwarfs. DITTMANN J.A., IRWIN J.M., CHARBONNEAU D., et al.
2013A&A...552A..27M viz 97       D       C       2 97 17 Stellar activity as a tracer of moving groups. MURGAS F., JENKINS J.S., ROJO P., et al.
2013A&A...553L...6S 43           X         1 10 22 ι Horologi, the first coronal activity cycle in a young solar-like star. SANZ-FORCADA J., STELZER B. and METCALFE T.S.
2013A&A...555A.104A 42           X         1 51 66 A near-infrared interferometric survey of debris-disc stars. III. First statistics based on 42 stars observed with CHARA/FLUOR. ABSIL O., DEFRERE D., COUDE DU FORESTO V., et al.
2013A&A...559A.119L 41           X         1 20 13 X-ray activity cycle on the active ultra-fast rotator AB Doradus A? Implication of correlated coronal and photometric variability. LALITHA S. and SCHMITT J.H.M.M.
2013AJ....146...56M viz 16       D               1 2343 9 Speckle interferometry at the U.S. Naval Observatory. XIX. MASON B.D., HARTKOPF W.I. and HUROWITZ H.M.
2012A&A...543A..84R 766 T K   S   X C       16 9 27 Coronal activity cycles in nearby G and K stars. XMM-Newton monitoring of

61 Cygni
and α Centauri.
ROBRADE J., SCHMITT J.H.M.M. and FAVATA F.
2012A&A...546A..69M viz 16       D               3 3407 35 Dynamical masses of a selected sample of orbital binaries. MALKOV O.Yu., TAMAZIAN V.S., DOCOBO J.A., et al.
2012AN....333...26P 42           X         1 7 16 A magnetic cycle of τ Bootis? The coronal and chromospheric view. POPPENHAEGER K., GUNTHER H.M. and SCHMITT J.H.M.M.
2012ApJ...759..145H 40           X         1 18 2 Constraints on the ubiquity of coronal X-ray cycles. HOFFMAN J., GUNTHER H.M. and WRIGHT N.J.
2011A&A...528A..58P 43           X         1 4 25 A search for star-planet interactions in the υ Andromedae system at X-ray and optical wavelengths. POPPENHAEGER K., LENZ L.F., REINERS A., et al.
2011AJ....142...46M viz 16       D               1 3283 4 Speckle interferometry at the U.S. Naval observatory. XVII. MASON B.D., HARTKOPF W.I. and WYCOFF G.L.
2010A&A...515A..98P 39           X         1 72 75 Coronal properties of planet-bearing stars. POPPENHAEGER K., ROBRADE J. and SCHMITT J.H.M.M.
2010Ap.....53..227S 10 3 Orbit determination and estimate of the component masses. SHAKHT N.A., GORSHANOV D.L., GROSHEVA E.A., et al.
2010Ap.....53..575Z 417   K A     X         11 10 0 Contribution of the Pulkovo and Kharkiv scientific schools to the search for exoplanets and low-mass dark satellites of stars. ZAKHOZHAY V.A., GNEDIN Yu.N. and SHAKHT N.A.
2010ApJ...714.1551H 39           X         1 59 25 Constraints on long-period planets from an L'- and M-band survey of nearby sun-like stars: observations. HEINZE A.N., HINZ P.M., SIVANANDAM S., et al.
2010ApJ...714.1570H 39           X         1 60 24 Constraints on long-period planets from an L'- and M-band survey of nearby sun-like stars: modeling results. HEINZE A.N., HINZ P.M., KENWORTHY M., et al.
2010ApJ...722..343D 16       D               1 27 32 X-ray, FUV, and UV observations of α Centauri B: determination of long-term magnetic activity cycle and rotation period. DEWARF L.E., DATIN K.M. and GUINAN E.F.
2010AstL...36...27B 29 18 Analysis of peculiarities of the stellar velocity field in the solar neighborhood. BOBYLEV V.V., BAJKOVA A.T. and MYLLARI A.A.
2010MNRAS.403.1089P viz 16       D               1 849 46 Target selection for the SUNS and DEBRIS surveys for debris discs in the solar neighbourhood. PHILLIPS N.M., GREAVES J.S., DENT W.R.F., et al.
2009A&A...503..929H 117           X         3 22 6 Observation and modelling of main sequence star chromospheres. VIII. High resolution observations of M and K dwarf chromospheric lines. HOUDEBINE E.R., JUNGHANS K., HEANUE M.C., et al.
2009A&ARv..17..251S viz 78           X         2 116 157 Starspots. STRASSMEIER K.G.
2009ARep...53..243V 106 0 Apex diagrams for the stellar population of the solar neighborhood. VERESHCHAGIN S.V., REVA V.G. and CHUPINA N.V.
2009ApJ...696.1931A 39           X         1 15 24 The cycles of α Centauri. AYRES T.R.
2009ApJ...700.1794B 39           X         1 99 34 The velocity distribution of nearby stars from Hipparcos data. I. The significance of the moving groups. BOVY J., HOGG D.W. and ROWEIS S.T.
2009ApJ...706..343P 16       D               2 14 6 G 112-29 (=NLTT 18149): a very wide companion to GJ 282 AB with a common proper motion, common parallax, common radial velocity, and common age. POVEDA A., ALLEN C., COSTERO R., et al.
2009NewAR..53..336V 39           X         1 12 1 Interferometric astrometry VAN BELLE G.T.
2009PABei..27..247J 21 0 Current progress on astrometric catalogs and sky surveys. JIN W.
2009PASJ...61...19T 39           X         1 22 10 Radial velocity search for extrasolar planets in visual binary systems. TOYOTA E., ITOH Y., ISHIGUMA S., et al.
2008A&A...484..887J 40           X         1 2 7 Direct determination of astronomical distances and proper motions by interferometric parallax. JAIN P. and RALSTON J.P.
2008A&A...486..995R 481       D     X C       12 9 19 Neon and oxygen in low activity stars: towards a coronal unification with the Sun. ROBRADE J., SCHMITT J.H.M.M. and FAVATA F.
2008A&A...488..667K 643   K A     X C       16 11 29 The radii of the nearby K5V and K7V stars
61 Cygni A&B. CHARA/FLUOR interferometry and CESAM2k modeling.
KERVELLA P., MERAND A., PICHON B., et al.
2008A&A...490..135A 17       D               1 13 53 Origin and evolution of moving groups. I. Characterization in the observational kinematic-age-metallicity space. ANTOJA T., FIGUERAS F., FERNANDEZ D., et al.
2008A&A...490.1121F 80           X         2 4 24 The X-ray cycle in the solar-type star HD 81809. XMM-Newton observations and implications for the coronal structure. FAVATA F., MICELA G., ORLANDO S., et al.
2008JBAA..118R.172B 13 0 Sky notes, 2008 june & july. BONE N.M.
2007AJ....134.1671M viz 15       D               971 14 Speckle interferometry at the US naval observatory. XIII. MASON B.D., HARTKOPF W.I., WYCOFF G.L., et al.
2007Ap.....50...54G 26 1 Stars of Later Spectral Classes From the FBS Survey. Preliminary Data for Seven Special Cases. GIGOYAN K.S. and MICKAELIAN A.M.
2007ApJ...669.1167B 23     A               1 208 282 Ages for illustrative field stars using gyrochronology: viability, limitations, and errors. BARNES S.A.
2007LAstr.121....8S 14 0 Des milliards de planetes. SCHNEIDER J.
2007MNRAS.380.1297D 55           X         1 4 138 Magnetic fields and accretion flows on the classical T Tauri star V2129 Oph. DONATI J.-F., JARDINE M.M., GREGORY S.G., et al.
2007MNSSA..66..244G 5 0 The discovery of the nearest star. GLASS I.S.
2006A&A...449.1281A 7 3 Astrometric light-travel time signature of sources in nonlinear motion. I. Derivation of the effect and radial motion. ANGLADA-ESCUDE G. and TORRA J.
2006A&A...460..261H 77 T                   7 26 Coronal activity cycles in
61 Cygni.
HEMPELMANN A., ROBRADE J., SCHMITT J.H.M.M., et al.
2006ARep...50..579K 21 7 The activity of late-type stars: the Sun among stars with cyclic activity. KATSOVA M.M. and LIVSHITS M.A.
2006Ap.....49..386G 77 T                   3 10 Observations of the binary star
61 Cyg on the 26 inch refractor at the Pulkovo observatory.
GORSHANOV D.L., SHAKHT N.A. and KISSELEV A.A.
2006RMxAC..25...53M 14 0 Trigonometric parallaxes from the Southern Hemispheres. MENDEZ R.A., COSTA E., HENRY T.J., et al.
2005A&A...431..773R viz 3248 98 CHARM2: An updated Catalog of High Angular Resolution Measurements. RICHICHI A., PERCHERON I. and KHRISTOFOROVA M.
2005A&A...434..355M 19 32 Stability of planetary orbits in binary systems. MUSIELAK Z.E., CUNTZ M., MARSHALL E.A., et al.
2005A&A...442..315R 1 7 25 X-rays from α Centauri - The darkening of the solar twin. ROBRADE J., SCHMITT J.H.M.M. and FAVATA F.
2005A&A...442..929A 14 27 Disk populations from HIPPARCOS kinematic data. Discontinuities in the local velocity distribution. ALCOBE S. and CUBARSI R.
2005AJ....129.1954J 54 68 The solar neighborhood. XIII. Parallax results from the CTIOPI 0.9 meter program: stars with µ ≥ 1".0/yr (MOTION sample). JAO W.-C., HENRY T.J., SUBASAVAGE J.P., et al.
2005AN....326..269S 28 17 Stellar activity cycles: observing the dynamo? STRASSMEIER K.G.
2005Ap.....48....9P 13 6 Magnetic field measurements on four yellow supergiants. I. PLACHINDA S.I.
2005JRASC..99...98K 40 0 Visual star colors from instrumental photometry. KOHMAN T.P.
2004A&A...416..811A viz 195 5 Reduction of CCD observations of visual binaries using the ``Tepui'' function as PSF. ABAD C., DOCOBO J.A., LANCHARES V., et al.
2004A&A...418L..13F 3 5 35 High-amplitude, long-term X-ray variability in the solar-type star HD 81809: The beginning of an X-ray activity cycle? FAVATA F., MICELA G., BALIUNAS S.L., et al.
2004A&ARv..12...71G 119 213 X-ray astronomy of stellar coronae. GUDEL M.
2004AN....325....3F 294 204 Nearby stars of the galactic disk and halo. III. FUHRMANN K.
2004ApJ...600..804M 34 21 On the flux of extrasolar dust in Earth's atmosphere. MURRAY N., WEINGARTNER J.C. and CAPOBIANCO C.
2004CoSka..34..105S 3 3 The dynamical stability of extra-solar planets in binary systems. SOLOVAYA N.A. and PITTICH E.M.
2004MNRAS.351L..54G 3 11 66 The debris disc around τ Ceti: a massive analogue to the Kuiper Belt. GREAVES J.S., WYATT M.C., HOLLAND W.S., et al.
2003ASPC..294..239G 9 1 Submillimeter images of the closest debris disks. GREAVES J.S., HOLLAND W.S., WYATT M.C., et al.
2003RPPh...66..789M 1 36 106 Optical interferometry in astronomy. MONNIER J.D.
2002A&A...387L..21T 3 4 25 Diffraction-limited CCD imaging with faint reference stars. TUBBS R.N., BALDWIN J.E., MacKAY C.D., et al.
2002ApJ...574..412W 5 17 199 Measured mass-loss rates of solar-like stars as a function of age and activity. WOOD B.E., MULLER H.-R., ZANK G.P., et al.
2001A&A...365..222G viz 1543 14 The proper motions of fundamental stars. I. 1535 stars from the Basic FK5. GONTCHAROV G.A., ANDRONOVA A.A., TITOV O.A., et al.
2001A&A...367..521P viz 6136 68 Catalogue of Apparent Diameters and Absolute Radii of Stars (CADARS) - Third edition - Comments and statistics. PASINETTI FRACASSINI L.E., PASTORI L., COVINO S., et al.
2001ARA&A..39..353Q 57 80 Optical interferometry. QUIRRENBACH A.
2001ARep...45..475T 6 6 Measurements of the general magnetic fields of active late-type stars. TARASOVA T.N., PLACHINDA S.I. and RUMYANTSEV V.V.
2001JBAA..111..266H 6 3 Galileo's measurement of the diameter of a star, and of the eye's pupil. HUGHES D.W.
2001S&T...102e..38H 4 0 The race to measure the cosmos. HIRSHFELD A.W.
2000A&A...362..563T 28 27 A statistical analysis of the metallicities of nine old superclusters and moving groups. TAYLOR B.J.
2000AGAb...17Q..40I 2 ~ Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel (1784-1846) and the russian astronomy. ICHSANOVA V.N.
2000AN....321...53D 159 3 CCD measurements of visual double stars at Calar Alto. DOCOBO J.A., ALVAREZ C., LAHULLA J.F., et al.
1999A&A...343..496P 2 5 35 An analysis of the incidence of the Vega phenomenon among main-sequence and post main-sequence stars. PLETS H. and VYNCKIER C.
1999A&A...352..517F 62 46 High veiling at near infrared wavelengths in classical T Tauri stars. FOLHA D.F.M. and EMERSON J.P.
1998A&A...332.1147B 15 9 Planetary orbits in the elliptic restricted problem. IV. The ADS 12033 system. BENEST D.
1998A&AS..130..117D viz 195 2 Micrometer measurements of double stars from the Spanish observatories at Calar Alto and Santiago de Compostela. DOCOBO J.A.
1998AGAb...14...75B 73 T                   1 0 Bessel's parallax of 61 Cygni visualized. BASTIAN U.
1998BASI...26..667S 26 0 Mapping H-R diagram onto a neural network. SHETTY K.R., RAO A. and GOPALA K.
1998PABei..16..143P 1 0 New progress in the CCD astrometric observation of natural satellites. PENG Q.-Y.
1998PAZh...24..772I 16 ~ Using a CCD camera in Pulkovo programs of observations of binary and multiple stars and satellites of major planets with the 26-inch refractor. IZMAILOV I.S., KISELEV A.A., KISELEVA T.P., et al.
1998SerAJ.157...13P 90 0 Inclination of the orbital planes of visual binaries. POPOVIC G.M.
1997AJ....114..388H 41 113 The solar neighborhood. IV. Discovery of the twentieth nearest star system. HENRY T.J., IANNA P.A., KIRKPATRICK J.D., et al.
1997AJ....114.2157G 24 47 Near-infrared spectra of flat-spectrum protostars: extremely young photospheres revealed. GREENE T.P. and LADA C.J.
1996A&A...314..983B 11 22 Planetary orbits in the elliptic restricted problem. III. The η Coronae Borealis system. BENEST D.
1996AJ....111..466E 147 26 Distribution and correlation of age, abundance, and motion of lower main sequence stars. EGGEN O.J.
1996ARep...40..795K 17 10 Dynamical studies of nine wide visual binaries in the Solar neighborhood. KISELEV A.A. and ROMANENKO L.G.
1996ApJ...457..382B 23 27 Determinations of metal abundances from ROSAT observations. BAUER F. and BREGMAN J.N.
1996ApJ...460..984S 19 20 The age-related properties of the HD 98800 system. SODERBLOM D.R., HENRY T.J., SHETRONE M.D., et al.
1996GriO...60....2R 2 0 "Eppur si muove" - by blind faith. REED G.
1996JBIS...49..150H 74 0 Nearby solar-type stars as candidates for interstellar robotic missions. HALE A.
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1995A&AS..113..299M viz 217 33 Abundances and velocities for open and globular cluster giants: The data. MINNITI D.
1995AJ....110..776W 4 4 52 Discovery of a pre-main-sequence spectroscopic binary: V773 Tauri. WELTY A.D.
1995Ast....23l..46C 17 0 Epsilon Eridani : the once and future sun. CROSWELL K.
1994AJ....107..306H 107 181 Orbital coplanarity in solar-type binary systems: implications for planetary system formation and detection. HALE A.
1994AJ....108..694F 11 6 Chromospherically active stars. XII. ADS 11060C: a double lined K dwarf binary in a quintuple system. FEKEL F.C., HENRY G.W., HAMPTON M.L., et al.
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1992LAstr.106b...4B 19 0 Sur quelques problemes poses par les etoiles doubles. BAIZE P.
1990JHA....21..275F 71 T                   1 2 0 Giuseppe Piazzi and the discovery of the proper motion of
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1989PASP..101..274D 69 2 Micrometer observations of double stars from the Fabra Observatory DOCOBO J.A.
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1976PASP...88..444K 45 6 Astrometric and photometric observations of nearby binary stars. KAMPER K.W.
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61 Cygni.
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1957AJ.....62...35S 66 T                   1 2 11 The orbital motion of
61 Cygni.
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1953AJ.....58...21V 66 T                   1 3 3 Parallax and orbital motion of
61 Cygni from photographs taken with the 24-inch Sproul refractor.
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61 Cygni and similar stars.
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1898ApJ.....8..246D 62 T                   1 3 0 Remarks regarding the parallaxes of
61 Cygni and the probable physical connection of these two stars.
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