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2020A&A...638A..65O 2687 T   A     X C       56 12 ~ ALMA and VLA reveal the lukewarm chromospheres of the nearby red supergiants
Antares and Betelgeuse.
2020A&A...638A..74L viz 47           X         1 35 ~ The Herschel view of the dense core population in the Ophiuchus molecular cloud. LADJELATE B., ANDRE P., KONYVES V., et al.
2020A&A...640A...5T 47           X         1 38 ~ Observed sizes of planet-forming disks trace viscous spreading. TRAPMAN L., ROSOTTI G., BOSMAN A.D., et al.
2020A&A...644A.139G 1232       D S   X         26 11 ~ Non-stoichiometric amorphous magnesium-iron silicates in circumstellar dust shells. Dust growth in outflows from supergiants. GAIL H.-P., TAMANAI A., PUCCI A., et al.
2020AJ....160...44L 140           X         3 54 ~ Refining the census of the Upper Scorpius association with Gaia. LUHMAN K.L. and ESPLIN T.L.
2020ApJ...891..179H 168     A     X         4 21 ~ Neutrinos from the Galactic Center hosting a hypernova remnant. HE H.-N., LEE S.-H., NAGATAKI S., et al.
2020ApJ...891L..37L 47           X         1 9 ~ Betelgeuse just is not that cool: effective temperature alone cannot explain the recent dimming of Betelgeuse. LEVESQUE E.M. and MASSEY P.
2020ApJ...893..138T 233           X C       4 12 ~ Modeling rotational disruption of grains and microwave emission from spinning dust in AGB envelopes. TRAM L.N., HOANG T., SOAM A., et al.
2020ApJ...893L..23H 187           X C       3 2 ~ SOFIA-EXES observations of Betelgeuse during the great dimming of 2019/2020. HARPER G.M., DEWITT C.N., RICHTER M.J., et al.
2020ApJ...899..153M 625       D     X C       13 39 ~ Presupernova neutrinos: directional sensitivity and prospects for progenitor identification. MUKHOPADHYAY M., LUNARDINI C., TIMMES F.X., et al.
2020ApJ...902...63J 47           X         1 19 ~ Standing on the shoulders of giants: new mass and distance estimates for Betelgeuse through combined evolutionary, asteroseismic, and hydrodynamic simulations with MESA. JOYCE M., LEUNG S.-C., MOLNAR L., et al.
2020ApJ...904..143H 47           X         1 12 ~ The M supergiant high-mass X-ray binary 4U 1954+31. HINKLE K.H., LEBZELTER T., FEKEL F.C., et al.
2020MNRAS.495L.102E 47           X         1 18 ~ On ageing star clusters using red supergiants independent of the fraction of interacting binary stars. ELDRIDGE J.J., BEASOR E.R. and BRITAVSKIY N.
2020MNRAS.497.1419H 93           X         2 66 ~ A search for the modern counterparts of the Far Eastern guest stars 369 CE, 386 CE and 393 CE. HOFFMANN S.M. and VOGT N.
2020PASP..132e4501F 93               F     2 28 ~ A framework for optimizing exoplanet target selection for the James Webb Space Telescope. FORTENBACH C.D. and DRESSING C.D.
2020RNAAS...4...12P 19       D               2 117 ~ A Catalog of Galactic Multiple Systems with a Red Supergiant and a B Star. PANTALEONI GONZALEZ M., MAIZ APELLANIZ J., BARBA R.H., et al.
2019A&A...621A...6O viz 90           X         2 8 ~ Spatially resolving the atmosphere of the non-Mira-type AGB star SW Vir in near-infrared molecular and atomic lines with VLTI/AMBER. OHNAKA K., HADJARA M. and MALUENDA BERNA M.Y.L.
2019A&A...621A.123C 134           X         3 42 ~ Spectro-interferometric observations of a sample of Be stars. Setting limits to the geometry and kinematics of stable Be disks. COCHETTI Y.R., ARCOS C., KANAAN S., et al.
2019A&A...626A..80C viz 90             C       1 558 ~ Census of ρ Ophiuchi candidate members from Gaia Data Release 2. CANOVAS H., CANTERO C., CIEZA L., et al.
2019AJ....157...18H 18       D               4 15 ~ Kronoseismology. IV. Six previously unidentified waves in Saturn's middle C ring. HEDMAN M.M., NICHOLSON P.D. and FRENCH R.G.
2019AJ....158...20M viz 90           X         2 935 ~ A catalog of known Galactic K-M stars of class I candidate red supergiants in Gaia DR2. MESSINEO M. and BROWN A.G.A.
2019ATel13341....1G 45           X         1 2 ~ The Fainting of the Nearby Red Supergiant Betelgeuse. GUINAN E.F., WASATONIC R.J. and CALDERWOOD T.J.
2019ApJ...883...89O 134           X         3 7 ~ Infrared interferometric three-dimensional diagnosis of the atmospheric dynamics of the AGB star R Dor with VLTI/AMBER. OHNAKA K., WEIGELT G. and HOFMANN K.-H.
2019ApJ...885..133S 179           X         4 6 ~ Sensitivity of Super-Kamiokande with gadolinium to low energy antineutrinos from pre-supernova emission. SIMPSON C., ABE K., BRONNER C., et al.
2019MNRAS.483..299G viz 90             C       1 5425 ~ Interstellar polarization and extinction in the Local Bubble and the Gould Belt. GONTCHAROV G.A. and MOSENKOV A.V.
2019MNRAS.485...13H 108       D       C       15 18 ~ Axisymmetric density waves in Saturn's rings. HEDMAN M.M. and NICHOLSON P.D.
2019MNRAS.487.4832C 197       D     X   F     4 53 ~ The period-luminosity relation of red supergiants with Gaia DR2. CHATYS F.W., BEDDING T.R., MURPHY S.J., et al.
2019MNRAS.489.2595H viz 1568     A D S   X C       34 14 ~ A CO-multilayer outer atmosphere for eight evolved stars revealed with VLTI/AMBER. HADJARA M., CRUZALEBES P., NITSCHELM C., et al.
2019MNRAS.490.3158C viz 63       D     X         2 465856 ~ A catalogue of stellar diameters and fluxes for mid-infrared interferometry. CRUZALEBES P., PETROV R.G., ROBBE-DUBOIS S., et al.
2018A&A...609A..67K 88           X         2 4 7 The close circumstellar environment of Betelgeuse. V. Rotation velocity and molecular envelope properties from ALMA. KERVELLA P., DECIN L., RICHARDS A.M.S., et al.
2018A&A...614A..12M viz 174           X         4 4 ~ The convective photosphere of the red supergiant CE Tauri. I. VLTI/PIONIER H-band interferometric imaging. MONTARGES M., NORRIS R., CHIAVASSA A., et al.
2018A&A...615A.116M 87           X         2 14 ~ Evolution of the magnetic field of Betelgeuse from 2009-2017. MATHIAS P., AURIERE M., ARISTE A.L., et al.
2018A&A...620A..23O 174           X         4 6 ~ Spatially resolving the thermally inhomogeneous outer atmosphere of the red giant Arcturus in the 2.3 µm CO lines. OHNAKA K. and MORALES MARIN C.A.L.
2018AJ....156...75E viz 44           X         1 256 1 A WISE survey of circumstellar disks in the Upper Scorpius association. ESPLIN T.L., LUHMAN K.L., MILLER E.B., et al.
2018AJ....156...76L viz 61       D     X         2 3079 ~ New young stars and brown dwarfs in the Upper Scorpius association. LUHMAN K.L., HERRMANN K.A., MAMAJEK E.E., et al.
2018MNRAS.476.2840M 44           X         1 4 1 Type IIP supernova light curves affected by the acceleration of red supergiant winds. MORIYA T.J., FORSTER F., YOON S.-C., et al.
2018MNRAS.477L..50G viz 17       D               1 1321 3 Three-dimensional structure of the Upper Scorpius association with the Gaia first data release. GALLI P.A.B., JONCOUR I. and MORAUX E.
2018MNRAS.479..251N 44           X         1 2 ~ The Betelgeuse Project II: asteroseismology. NANCE S., SULLIVAN J.M., DIAZ M., et al.
2017A&A...597A...9W 43           X         1 26 3 VLTI/AMBER spectro-interferometry of the late-type supergiants V766 Cen (=HR 5171 A), σ Oph, BM Sco, and HD 206859. WITTKOWSKI M., ARROYO-TORRES B., MARCAIDE J.M., et al.
2017A&A...602A.116W 358       D     X C       8 3 ~ AGILIS: Agile Guided Interferometer for Longbaseline Imaging Synthesis. Demonstration and concepts of reconfigurable optical imaging interferometers. WOILLEZ J., LAI O., PERRIN G., et al.
2017A&A...603A.129T 43           X         1 12 5 Measuring surface magnetic fields of red supergiant stars. TESSORE B., LEBRE A., MORIN J., et al.
2017A&A...605A.108M 2537 T K A   O X C       58 14 4 The convective surface of the red supergiant
Antares. VLTI/PIONIER interferometry in the near infrared.
2017AJ....154...11H 171           X         4 7 7 An updated 2017 astrometric solution for Betelgeuse. HARPER G.M., BROWN A., GUINAN E.F., et al.
2017ApJ...834...67M 85           X         2 15 11 Apparent non-coevality among the stars in upper scorpio: resolving the problem using a model of magnetic inhibition of convection. MacDONALD J. and MULLAN D.J.
2017ApJ...834...91A 170           X C       3 14 2 Calibrating column density tracers with gamma-ray observations of the ρ Ophiuchi molecular cloud. ABRAHAMS R.D., TEACHEY A. and PAGLIONE T.A.D.
2017ApJ...836...22H 1389   K A S   X C       31 2 3 SOFIA-EXES mid-IR observations of [Fe II] emission from the extended atmosphere of Betelgeuse. HARPER G.M., DEWITT C., RICHTER M.J., et al.
2017ApJ...847..111N 43           X         1 11 2 Circumstellar light echo as a possible origin of the polarization of Type IIP supernovae. NAGAO T., MAEDA K. and TANAKA M.
2017MNRAS.464..231R 43           X         1 12 4 Evidence of asymmetries in the Aldebaran photosphere from multiwavelength lunar occultations. RICHICHI A., DYACHENKO V., PANDEY A.K., et al.
2017MNRAS.465..403G 43           X         1 44 27 The wind speeds, dust content, and mass-loss rates of evolved AGB and RSG stars at varying metallicity. GOLDMAN S.R., VAN LOON J.T., ZIJLSTRA A.A., et al.
2017MNRAS.470.1436G 741       D     X         18 14 ~ Constraining ΔT from Babylonian lunar appulse and occultation observations. GONZALEZ G.
2017MNRAS.472.3887M viz 17       D               1 2145 4 Kinematics of OB-associations in Gaia epoch. MEL'NIK A.M. and DAMBIS A.K.
2017Natur.548..310O 9 1 9 Vigorous atmospheric motion in the red supergiant star Antares. OHNAKA K., WEIGELT G. and HOFMANN K.-H.
2016A&A...586A.157P 42           X         1 36 13 A new free-floating planet in the Upper Scorpius association. PENA RAMIREZ K., BEJAR V.J.S. and ZAPATERO OSORIO M.R.
2016A&A...589A.112C viz 17       D               1 336 12 Pseudomagnitudes and differential surface brightness: Application to the apparent diameter of stars. CHELLI A., DUVERT G., BOURGES L., et al.
2016A&A...591A.119A 43           X         1 7 8 Discovery of a complex linearly polarized spectrum of Betelgeuse dominated by depolarization of the continuum. AURIERE M., LOPEZ ARISTE A., MATHIAS P., et al.
2016A&A...596A..49B viz 17       D               2 1817 2 A database of synthetic photometry in the GALEX ultraviolet bands for the stellar sources observed with the International Ultraviolet Explorer. BEITIA-ANTERO L. and GOMEZ DE CASTRO A.I.
2016ApJ...818...91A 44           X         1 11 22 KamLAND sensitivity to neutrinos from pre-supernova stars. ASAKURA K., GANDO A., GANDO Y., et al.
2016ApJ...823..102C 230           X C       4 24 516 Mesa isochrones and stellar tracks (MIST). I solar-scaled models. CHOI J., DOTTER A., CONROY C., et al.
2016ApJ...827..142B viz 42           X         1 121 57 ALMA observations of circumstellar disks in the Upper Scorpius OB association. BARENFELD S.A., CARPENTER J.M., RICCI L., et al.
2016ApJS..224....2H viz 125           X C       2 31767 98 The K2 ecliptic plane input catalog (EPIC) and stellar classifications of 138,600 targets in campaigns 1-8. HUBER D., BRYSON S.T., HAAS M.R., et al.
2016MNRAS.457.2355S 42           X         1 22 21 Rejuvenation of stellar mergers and the origin of magnetic fields in massive stars. SCHNEIDER F.R.N., PODSIADLOWSKI P., LANGER N., et al.
2016MNRAS.461.3296N viz 17       D               1 355 20 Multimessenger signals of long-term core-collapse supernova simulations: synergetic observation strategies. NAKAMURA K., HORIUCHI S., TANAKA M., et al.
2015A&A...573A..28R 123           X C       2 14 6 Systematic trend of water vapour absorption in red giant atmospheres revealed by high resolution TEXES 12µm spectra. RYDE N., LAMBERT J., FARZONE M., et al.
2015A&A...573L...1O 89           X         2 3 22 ALMA observations of anisotropic dust mass loss in the inner circumstellar environment of the red supergiant VY Canis Majoris. O'GORMAN E., VLEMMINGS W., RICHARDS A.M.S., et al.
2015A&A...575A..50A 82           X         2 30 29 What causes the large extensions of red supergiant atmospheres? Comparisons of interferometric observations with 1D hydrostatic, 3D convection, and 1D pulsating model atmospheres. ARROYO-TORRES B., WITTKOWSKI M., CHIAVASSA A., et al.
2015A&A...575A..60M 42           X         1 28 41 Impact of mass-loss on the evolution and pre-supernova properties of red supergiants. MEYNET G., CHOMIENNE V., EKSTROEM S., et al.
2015A&A...581A.127O 41           X         1 10 6 AMBER-NACO aperture-synthesis imaging of the half-obscured central star and the edge-on disk of the red giant L2 Puppis. OHNAKA K., SCHERTL D., HOFMANN K.-H., et al.
2015ApJ...800....4M 41           X         1 10 5 Constraints on the surface magnetic fields and age of a cool hypergiant: XMM-Newton X-ray observations of VY CMa. MONTEZ R.Jr, KASTNER J.H., HUMPHREYS R.M., et al.
2015ApJS..221...30S 16       D               5 75 1 An atlas of bright star spectra in the near-infrared from Cassini-VIMS. STEWART P.N., TUTHILL P.G., NICHOLSON P.D., et al.
2015MNRAS.449.4428R 41           X         1 39 7 Line-depth-ratio temperatures for the close binary ν Octantis: new evidence supporting the conjectured circumstellar retrograde planet. RAMM D.J.
2015MNRAS.451..149J 331           X C       7 4 10 The local stellar luminosity function and mass-to-light ratio in the near-infrared. JUST A., FUCHS B., JAHREISS H., et al.
2015MNRAS.453.2220M viz 16       D               1 341 11 New members of the TW Hydrae Association and two accreting M-dwarfs in Scorpius-Centaurus. MURPHY S.J., LAWSON W.A. and BENTO J.
2015MNRAS.453.2308S 165           X         4 11 7 Eclipse timing variations to detect possible Trojan planets in binary systems. SCHWARZ R., BAZSO A., FUNK B., et al.
2015MNRAS.454.1086J viz 16       D               3 281 ~ Study of the star catalogue (epoch AD 1396.0) recorded in ancient Korean astronomical almanac. JEON J., LEE Y.B. and LEE Y.-S.
2015PASP..127..732Z 41           X         1 4 3 Spectro-imaging of the asymmetric inner molecular and dust shell region of the Mira variable W Hya with MIDI/VLTI. ZHAO-GEISLER R., KOEHLER R., KEMPER F., et al.
2015PASP..127.1010W 123           X         3 30 ~ V-Band, Near-IR, and Ti O photometry of the semi-regular red supergiant TV Geminorum: long-term quasi-periodic changes in temperature, radius, and luminosity. WASATONIC R.P., GUINAN E.F. and DURBIN A.J.
2014A&A...561A..47O viz 788       D     X         20 27 8 High spectral resolution spectroscopy of the SiO fundamental lines in red giants and red supergiants with VLT/VISIR. OHNAKA K.
2014A&A...567A..26L viz 16       D               3 1842 4 From Flamsteed to Piazzi and Lalande: new standards in 18th century astrometry. LEQUEUX J.
2014A&A...568A..17O 3169 T K A D   O X C       77 11 11 Imaging the outward motions of clumpy dust clouds around the red supergiant
Antares with VLT/VISIR.
2014A&A...572A..17M 2         O           7 17 Properties of the CO and H2O MOLsphere of the red supergiant Betelgeuse from VLTI/AMBER observations. MONTARGES M., KERVELLA P., PERRIN G., et al.
2014ApJ...785...46B 42           X         1 13 24 CHARA/MIRC observations of two M supergiants in Perseus OB1: temperature, bayesian modeling, and compressed sensing imaging. BARON F., MONNIER J.D., KISS L.L., et al.
2014ApJ...787...42C 42           X         1 40 43 An ALMA continuum survey of circumstellar disks in the Upper Scorpius OB association. CARPENTER J.M., RICCI L. and ISELLA A.
2014ApJ...789...29F 16       D               1 14 9 Observation of 23 supernovae that exploded <300 pc from earth during the past 300 kyr. FIRESTONE R.B.
2014MNRAS.437..843G 81           X         2 28 21 IRC -10414: a bow-shock-producing red supergiant star. GVARAMADZE V.V., MENTEN K.M., KNIAZEV A.Y., et al.
2014MNRAS.444.1369H 17       D               2 12 13 More Kronoseismology with Saturn's rings. HEDMAN M.M. and NICHOLSON P.D.
2014NewA...30....8G 81           X         2 15 10 Density wave formation in differentially rotating disk galaxies: hydrodynamic simulation of the linear regime. GRIV E. and WANG H.-H.
2013A&A...553A...3O 121         O X         3 5 8 Spatially resolved, high-spectral resolution observation of the K giant Aldebaran in the CO first overtone lines with VLTI/AMBER. OHNAKA K.
2013A&A...555A..24O viz 2998 T K A   O X C       73 8 32 High spectral resolution imaging of the dynamical atmosphere of the red supergiant
Antares in the CO first overtone lines with VLTI/AMBER.
2013AJ....145...38P 723 T K       X C       16 4 4 On the six-year period in the radial velocity of Antares A. PUGH T. and GRAY D.F.
2013AJ....146...12H viz 19       D               1 8 31 Kronoseismology: using density waves in Saturn's C ring to probe the planet's interior. HEDMAN M.M. and NICHOLSON P.D.
2013AJ....146..148M 40           X         1 29 8 The age and mass of the α Herculis triple-star system from a MESA grid of rotating stars with 1.3 ≤ M/M ≤ 8.0. MORAVVEJI E., GUINAN E.F., KHOSROSHAHI H., et al.
2013ApJ...771....8L 120           X         3 10 8 Hydrodynamical simulations of the barred spiral galaxy NGC 1097. LIN L.-H., WANG H.-H., HSIEH P.-Y., et al.
2013ApJ...777...10P 844   K       X         21 3 4 Short timescale variations in the atmosphere of

Antares A
2013MNRAS.429.3517M 80           X         2 15 12 The birthplace and age of the isolated neutron star RX J1856.5-3754. MIGNANI R.P., PUTTE D.V., CROPPER M., et al.
2013MNRAS.434..806B viz 40           X         1 4741 125 Pre-main-sequence isochrones - II. Revising star and planet formation time-scales. BELL C.P.M., NAYLOR T., MAYNE N.J., et al.
2012A&A...540A..32G 40           X         1 146 20 Infrared excess around nearby red giant branch stars and Reimers law. GROENEWEGEN M.A.T.
2012A&A...544A..31V viz 16       D               2 1117 8 The star catalogues of Ptolemaios and Ulugh Beg. Machine-readable versions and comparison with the modern Hipparcos catalogue. VERBUNT F. and VAN GENT R.H.
2012A&A...544L...1C 242           X C       5 3 24 First starlight spectrum captured using an integrated photonic micro-spectrograph. CVETOJEVIC N., JOVANOVIC N., BETTERS C., et al.
2012A&A...546A...3B 1136 T K A   O X C       27 6 6 A hydrodynamic study of the circumstellar envelope of {alpha Scorpii}. BRAUN K., BAADE R., REIMERS D., et al.
2012A&A...546A..61D viz 16       D               1 87978 34 Radial velocities for the HIPPARCOS-Gaia Hundred-Thousand-Proper-Motion project. DE BRUIJNE J.H.J. and EILERS A.-C.
2012A&A...546A..69M viz 16       D               4 3308 35 Dynamical masses of a selected sample of orbital binaries. MALKOV O.Yu., TAMAZIAN V.S., DOCOBO J.A., et al.
2012AJ....143...92G 596     A D     X C       15 28 12 The third signature of granulation in bright-giant and supergiant stars. GRAY D.F. and PUGH T.
2012ApJ...746..154P viz 755   K A D S   X C       18 276 268 A revised age for upper Scorpius and the star formation history among the F-type members of the Scorpius-Centaurus OB association. PECAUT M.J., MAMAJEK E.E. and BUBAR E.J.
2012ApJ...754...35Y viz 40           X         1 151 17 The period-luminosity relation of red supergiant stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud. YANG M. and JIANG B.W.
2012ApJ...758...31L viz 95       D     X         3 869 110 The disk population of the Upper Scorpius association. LUHMAN K.L. and MAMAJEK E.E.
2012MNRAS.422..913A 16       D               2 79 2 Identification of stars in a J1744.0 star catalogue Yixiangkaocheng. AHN S.-H.
2012MNRAS.427..343M viz 16       D               1 95572 129 Fundamental parameters and infrared excesses of Hipparcos stars. McDONALD I., ZIJLSTRA A.A. and BOYER M.L.
2012MNRAS.427..806J 244           X C F     4 3 41 Starlight demonstration of the Dragonfly instrument: an integrated photonic pupil-remapping interferometer for high-contrast imaging. JOVANOVIC N., TUTHILL P.G., NORRIS B., et al.
2012MNRAS.427.3209J viz 16       D               1 293 33 On the metallicity dependence of crystalline silicates in oxygen-rich asymptotic giant branch stars and red supergiants. JONES O.C., KEMPER F., SARGENT B.A., et al.
2012MNRAS.427L..95C 541     A     X C F     12 3 8 Application of frequency conversion of starlight to high-resolution imaging interferometry. On-sky sensitivity test of a single arm of the interferometer. CEUS D., REYNAUD F., WOILLEZ J., et al.
2011A&A...526A.156M 527       D     X C       13 95 91 The mass-loss rates of red supergiants and the de Jager prescription. MAURON N. and JOSSELIN E.
2011A&A...528A..91V 97       D     X         3 10 70 The complex circumstellar environment of HD 142527. VERHOEFF A.P., MIN M., PANTIN E., et al.
2011A&A...528A.120C 419     A     X C       10 11 47 Radiative hydrodynamic simulations of red supergiant stars. III. Spectro-photocentric variability, photometric variability, and consequences on Gaia measurements. CHIAVASSA A., PASQUATO E., JORISSEN A., et al.
2011A&A...530A..93V viz 16       D               1 575 3 Early star catalogues of the southern sky. De houtman, Kepler (second and third classes), and Halley. VERBUNT F. and VAN GENT R.H.
2011A&A...535A..22C 44           X         1 6 62 Radiative hydrodynamics simulations of red supergiant stars. IV. Gray versus non-gray opacities. CHIAVASSA A., FREYTAG B., MASSERON T., et al.
2011ApJ...728...70R viz 39           X         1 96 7 The abundance of boron in diffuse interstellar clouds. RITCHEY A.M., FEDERMAN S.R., SHEFFER Y., et al.
2011ApJ...741...33A 39           X         1 2 ~ Turbulent cells in stars: fluctuations in kinetic energy and luminosity. ARNETT W.D. and MEAKIN C.
2011BAVSR..60..229H         O           5 0 VV Cep - helligkeitsmessungen mit einer digitalkamera und spektroskopisches hα-monitoring. HASSFORTHER B. and POLLMANN E.
2011JAVSO..39....1P 121 10 Studies of "Irregularity" in pulsating red giants. III. Many more stars, an overview, and some conclusions. PERCY J.R. and TERZIEV E.
2011JRASC.105..187D 31 0 Decans, djed pillars, and seasonal-hours in ancient Egypt. DODD W.W.
2011MNRAS.410..190T viz 16       D               1 7682 126 A catalogue of young runaway Hipparcos stars within 3 kpc from the Sun. TETZLAFF N., NEUHAUSER R. and HOHLE M.M.
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1986S&T....71..450K 5 0 M Stars : Supergiants to Dwarfs. KALER J.B.
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1984ApJ...276L..21B 6 2 48 Diffraction-limited spatial resolution of circumstellar dust shells at 10 microns. BLOEMHOF E.E., TOWNES C.H. and VANDERWYCK A.H.B.
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1981AJ.....86..885H 19 33 Two young stars in L43. HERBST W. and WARNER J.W.
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1981LowOB...9..233R 16 ~ Present and past space programs. RAKOS K.D.
1981SAAOC...6...10D 984 46 DDO observations of southern stars. DEAN J.F.
1980A&A....82...14V 1 5 30 Circumstellar absorption lines in the ultraviolet spectrum of alpha Scorpii (M1.5Iab+B2.5V). VAN DER HUCHT K.A., BERNAT A.P. and KONDO Y.
1980AcA....30..285G 69 7 Analysis of shapes of Ca II and Mg II emission cores in late type stars. GLEBOCKI R. and STAWIKOWSKI A.
1980AcA....30..453G viz 1322 13 Catalogue of stars with CA II H and K emissions. GLEBOCKI R., MUSIELAK G. and STAWIKOWSKI A.
1980ApJ...238..203H 5 23 Ultraviolet spectroscopic observations of VV Cephei. HAGEN W., BLACK J.H., DUPREE A.K., et al.
1980ApJ...242..646W 3 3 45 The occultation of 119 Tauri and the effective temperatures of three M supergiants. WHITE N.M.
1980ApJS...42..541K 552 129 Revised MK spectral types for G, K ans M stars. KEENAN P.C. and PITTS R.E.
1979A&A....73..346Y 2 3 35 TiH in M-type stars and sunspots. YERLE R.
1979A&A....73..352Y 3 3 On the rotational excitation temperature of M-type stars. YERLE R.
1979A&AS...36..377V 1 4 31 A comparison of emission lines in the ultraviolet spectra of alpha Boo (K2IIIp), alpha Tau (K5III), alpha Ori (M1-2Iab) and alpha Sco (M1.5Iab+B2.5V). VAN DER HUCHT K.A., STENCEL R.E., HAISCH B.M., et al.
1979ARA&A..17..275C 3 11 197 Stellar winds. CASSINELLI J.P.
1979ApJ...228..838S 24 62 Cool stars: effective temperatures, angular diameters and reddening determined from 1-5 micron flux curves and model atmospheres. SCARGLE J.D. and STRECKER D.W.
1979ApJ...228L.115K 14 10 Sporadic mass ejection in red supergiants. KAFATOS M. and MICHALITSIANOS A.G.
1979ApJ...230..526K 56 27 Balloon-borne ultraviolet stellar spectrograph. I. Instrumentation and observation. KONDO Y., DE JAGER C., HOEKSTRA R., et al.
1979ApJ...230..534D 5 19 Balloon-borne ultraviolet stellar spectrograph. II. Highlights of first observational results. DE JAGER C., KONDO Y., HOEKSTRA R., et al.
1979ApJ...234.1023B 56 88 Outer atmospheres of cool stars. II. Mg II flux profiles and chromospheric radiative loss rates. BASRI G.S. and LINSKY J.L.
1979ApJS...39..195C 174 106 Ultraviolet photometry from the orbiting astronomical observatory. XXXII. An atlas of ultraviolet stellar spectra. CODE A.D. and MEADE M.R.
1979ApJS...39..537W 73 72 A Copernicus survey of Mg II emission in late-type stars. WEILER E.J. and OEGERLE W.R.
1979ApJS...41...47L 42 199 Stellar model chromospheres. X. High-resolution, absolute flux profiles of the Ca II H and K lines in stars of spectral types F0-M2. LINSKY J.L., WORDEN S.P., McCLINTOCK W., et al.
1979PASJ...31..667K 26 8 Balloon-borne near-infrared multicolor photometry of late-type stars. II. Data analysis. KODAIRA K., TANAKA W., ONAKA T., et al.
1979SvAL....5..188S 41 1 Absolute magnitudes and masses for three types of variable stars. STARIKOVA G.A.
1978A&A....70..227K 10 3 159 On the absolute scale of mass-loss in red giants. KUDRITZKI R.P. and REIMERS D.
1978A&A....70..399E 27 14 The Ca II line width in late type stars. The Wilson-Bappu effect. ENGVOLD O. and RYGH B.O.
1978AJ.....83..188N 6 6 Airborne photometric observations between 1.25 and 3.25 mu of late-type stars. NORDH H.L., OLOFSSON S.G. and AUGASON G.C.
1978AJ.....83..487B 56 12 Southern search for OH from M supergiants. BOWERS P.F. and KERR F.J.
1978AN....299..243B 107 7 Derivation of angular diameters of stars from lunar occultations. BOHME D.
1978ApJ...220..619L 31 148 Stellar model chromospheres. VI. Empirical estimates of the chromospheric radiative losses of late-type stars. LINSKY J.L. and AYRES T.R.
1978ApJ...220..883S 1 2 12 The spectrum of the Antares nebula. SWINGS J.P. and PRESTON G.W.
1978ApJ...220L..53Z 43 54 Molecular envelopes around evolved stars and the origin of planetary nebulae. ZUCKERMAN B., PALMER P., GILRA D.P., et al.
1978ApJ...222..209W 125 102 Photoelectric two-dimensional spectral classification of M supergiants. WHITE N.M. and WING R.F.
1978ApJ...222..896Z 13 42 Near-infrared and CO observations of W 40 and W 48. ZEILIK M. and LADA C.J.
1978ApJ...222L..37H 10 10 The circumstellar envelopes of M giants and supergiants. HAGEN W.
1978ApJ...224..453E 108 265 An infrared study of the Ophiuchus dark cloud. ELIAS J.H.
1978ApJS...38....1H 2 9 94 Circumstellar gas and dust shells of M giants and supergiants. HAGEN W.
1978ApJS...38..309H 1049 1085 Studies of luminous stars in nearby galaxies. I. Supergiants and O stars in the Milky Way. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1978MNRAS.183..285B 90 309 Stellar angular diameters and visual surface brightness. III. An improved definition of the relationship. BARNES T.G., EVANS D.S. and MOFFETT T.J.
1978MNRAS.183p..17B 5 ~ MgII (H&K) emission from luminous M stars. BERNAT A.P. and LAMBERT D.L.
1978PASJ...30..637T 11 1 Balloon-borne near-infrared multicolor photometry of late-type stars. TANAKA W.
1978PASP...90..318B 4 8 The locations of alpha2 Herculis and alpha2 Scorpii along the line of sight. BERNAT A.P., BRUHWEILER F.C., KONDO Y., et al.
1977A&A....54...31F 13 6 401 Transformation from theoretical H-R diagrams to C-M diagrams: effective temperatures, colors and bolometric corrections. FLOWER P.J.
1977A&A....61..217R 7 3 106 On the absolute scale of mass-loss in red giants. I - Circumstellar absorption lines in the spectrum of the visual companion of alpha01 Her. REIMERS D.
1977A&AS...30..381W 63 14 Positions of radio stars. WALTER H.G.
1977AJ.....82..431L 54 30 Spectral classification and UBV photometry of bright visual double stars. LUTZ T.E. and LUTZ J.H.
1977ApJ...214L..79B 60 116 The digital speckle interferometer: preliminary results on 59 stars and 3C 273. BLAZIT A., BONNEAU D., KOECHLIN L., et al.
1977ApJ...215..176S 49 36 Emission lines in the wings of CaII H and K. II. Stellar observations, dependence of line width on luminosity and related topics. STENCEL R.E.
1977ApJ...215..584H 27 26 Spectrophotometry of cool angular-diameter stars. HONEYCUTT R.K., RAMSEY L.W., WARREN W.H., et al.
1977ApJ...217L..97S 3 5 79 Spatial heterodyne interferometry of VY Canis Majoris, alpha Orionis, alpha Scorpii, and R Leonis at 11 microns. SUTTON E.C., STOREY J.W.V., BETZ A.L., et al.
1977MNRAS.178..279B 43 11 K emission line widhts in the Sun and the stars. BAPPU M.K.V. and SIVARAMAN K.R.
1977MNRAS.179..293M 3 13 Narrow-band structure in the intrinsic linear polarization of the Mira variable R Carinae. McLEAN I.S. and CLARKE D.
1977MNRAS.180..177B 2 28 350 Stellar angular diameters from infrared photometry. Application to Arcturus and other stars with effective temperatures. BLACKWELL D.E. and SHALLIS M.J.
1977PASP...89..840G 8 11 Observations and analysis of carbon monoxide in cool stars at five microns. GEBALLE T.R., WOLLMAN E.R., LACY J.H., et al.
1977PASP...89Q.613B 3 2 (ABSTRACT) Emission line profile studies in alpha Scorpii. BOESGAARD A.M., CHESLEY D.M. and KUNASZ P.B.
1977S&T....54..289E 21 0 Photoelectric observing of occultations- II. EVANS D.S.
1976A&A....46...11A 121 72 A search for radio emission from stars. ALTENHOFF W.J., BRAES L.L.E., OLNON F.M., et al.
1976A&A....46..143A 3 12 Infrared observations of M 17 S at medium spatial and spectral resolution. ANDRIESSE C.D. and DE VRIES J.S.
1976ApJ...203..435P 23 19 Skylab ultraviolet stellar spectra: cool stars with hot secondaries. PARSONS S.B., WRAY J.D., KONDO Y., et al.
1976ApJ...203..455D 32 96 12C/13C ratios in stars ascending the giant branch the first time. DEARBORN D.S.P., EGGLETON P.P. and SCHRAMM D.N.
1976ApJ...204..830B 2 3 37 Copernicus observations of Betelgeuse and Antares. BERNAT A.P. and LAMBERT D.L.
1976ApJ...204L..41S 12 11 Mass loss in red giants and supergiants. SANNER F.
1976ApJ...205..448B 47 13 Ultraviolet FeII emission in late-type stars. BOESGAARD A.M. and BOESGAARD H.
1976ApJ...205..823W 763 289 Absolute magnitudes of stars from widths of chromospheric CaII emission lines. WILSON O.C.
1976ApJ...208..414Z 189 77 Further observations of the lambda 10830 He line in stars and their significance as a measure of stellar activity. ZIRIN H.
1976ApJ...210..684H 1 7 44 The 12C/13C ratio in stellar atmospheres. VI. Five luminous cool stars. HINKLE K.H., LAMBERT D.L. and SNELL R.L.
1976ApJS...32..115S 30 76 Mass loss in red giants and supergiants. SANNER F.
1976IzKry..55..127B 468 2 Abundances of lithium in stellar atmospheres. BOYARCHUK M.E.
1976MNRAS.174..489B 2 28 352 Stellar angular diameters and visual surface brightness. I. Late spectral types. BARNES T.G. and EVANS D.S.
1976PASP...88..285M 1 33 166 2-14 mu m stellar spectrophotometry. I. Stars of the conventional spectral sequence. MERRILL K.M. and STEIN W.A.
1975A&A....39..413F 3 6 110 On mass loss by stellar wind in population II red giants. FUSI PECCI F. and RENZINI A.
1975A&AS...22..171H 124 2 Photoelectric multiband photometry of M giants and supergiants in the blue-visual spectral region. HELT B.E. and GYLDENKERNE K.
1975AJ.....80..602S 48 64 Wavelength dependence of polarization. XXIX. Observations of red variable stars. SHAWL S.J.
1975AJ.....80..828U 23 7 Parallaxes of luminous red stars. UPGREN A.R.
1975ApJ...198..369B 1 4 30 The circumstellar shell of alpha Orionis from a study of the Fe II emission lines. BOESGAARD A.M. and MAGNAN C.
1975ApJ...199..436T 19 55 The 12 C/13C ratio in stellar atmospheres. IV. Eleven G and K type giants. TOMKIN J., LAMBERT D.L. and LUCK R.E.
1975ApJ...200L.143G 8 14 An unusually strong radio outburst in Algol: flux density spectral and polarization observations. GIBSON D.M., VINER M.R. and PETERSON S.D.
1975ApJ...201L.153B 4 2 41 Observations of the circumstellar gas shells around Betelgeuse and Antares. BERNAT A.P. and LAMBERT D.L.
1975ApJ...202L..37M 14 38 Initial results of spatial interferometry at 5 microns. McCARTHY D.W. and LOW F.J.
1975ApL....16...39M 13 1 Search for millimeter-wave emission from UHURU X-ray sources and radio binary stars. MacDONALD G.H.
1975MNRAS.170..229H 64 15 Photoelectric observations of lunar occultations. HARWOOD J.M., NATHER R.E., WALKER A.R., et al.
1975MNRAS.173p..29W 10 ~ The angular diameter of psi Virginis. WALKER A.R.
1975PASP...87..253H 228 4 Micrometric measures of visual double stars. HOLDEN F.
1974ApJ...187L.111R 1 4 26 Detection of 17-O in IRC +10216. RANK D.M., GEBALLE T.R. and WOLLMAN E.R.
1974ApJ...188..553F 22 2 Are 2-micron absorptions and 11-micron emissions of M stars related ? FAY T.D.
1974ApJ...188L..31H 1 4 12-micron emission features of the Galilean satellites and Ceres. HANSEN O.L.
1974ApJ...189...89D 86 141 Infrared fluxes spectral types and temperatures for very cool stars. DYCK H.M., LOCKWOOD G.W. and CAPPS R.W.
1974ApJ...190..339H 16 62 Infrared stars in binary systems. HUMPHREYS R.M. and NEY E.P.
1974ApJ...190..585A 29 17 Observations of the profile of the Ca II infrared triplet line lambda 8498 in late-type stars. ANDERSON C.M.
1974ApJ...190L..29C 16 23 High resolution Fourier spectra of stars and planets. CONNES P. and MICHEL G.
1974IAUS...60..377B 30 5 Radio continuum observations of stellar sources. BRAES L.L.E.
1974IBVS..913....1G 7 0 Cooperative radio and optical observations of close binary stars. GIBSON D.M.
1974MNRAS.169..331N 62 4 The obliquity of the ecliptic two millenia ago. NEWTON R.R.
1974PASP...86...51W 11 13 The spectral types of the members of VV Cephei systems from photometric analysis. WAWRUKIEWICZ A.S. and LEE T.A.
1974PASP...86..276L 4 4 Aluminium oxide in stellar spectra: an infrared electronic transition. LUCK R.E. and LAMBERT D.L.
1974PASP...86..419B 5 12 Atmospheric motions in red supergiants. BROOKE A.L., LAMBERT D.L. and BARNES III T.G.
1974PASP...86..772F 23 24 Scanner observations of selected cool stars. FAY T.D., STEIN W.L. and WARREN W.H.
1974PASP...86..890P 7 3 Spectrophotometry of VV Cephei-type systems. PICCIRILLO J.
1974PASP...86..907H 183 3 Measures of southern visual double stars. HOLDEN F.
1973A&A....28..213C 33 2 Narrow-band photometry of H alpha for late-type stars. CAPLAN J.G.
1973AJ.....78.1074O 153 131 Absolute spectral energy distributions of common stellar types. O'CONNELL W.R.
1973ApJ...181..851F 1 3 29 Model atmospheres for Betelgeuse. FAY T.D. and JOHNSON H.R.
1973ApJ...184..427B 161 100 The strengths of infrared CO and H2O bands in late-type stars. BALDWIN J.R., FROGEL J.A. and PERSSON S.E.
1973ApJ...184L..85W 17 20 Observations of silicon monoxide in cool stars at 4.05 microns. WOLLMAN E.R., GEBALLE T.R., GREENBERG L.T., et al.
1973ApJ...185L.139B 23 36 A search for weak stellar magnetic fields. BORRA E.F. and LANDSTREET J.D.
1973ApJ...186..193M 76 73 Broad-band 20-micron photometry of 76 stars. MORRISON D. and SIMON T.
1973ApJ...186..573L 7 7 H2 quadrupole rotation-vibration lines in infrared spectra of cool stars. LAMBERT D.L., BROOKE A.L. and BARNES T.G.
1973MNRAS.165..201T 24 85 Southern infra-red standards, absolute calibration of infra-red photometry. THOMAS J.A., HYLAND A.R. and ROBINSON G.
1973PASP...85..289E 135 23 Luminosity and velocity distribution of high-luminosity red stars, near the Sun. I. The very young disk population. EGGEN O.J.
1973SvA....16..962O 6 0 Profiles of the photospheric and circumstellar H alpha line in the spectra of type M supergiants. ORLOV M.Y. and RODRIGUEZ M.H.
1972A&A....17..385W 449 150 Characteristics of OH emission from infrared stars. WILSON W.J. and BARRETT A.H.
1972A&A....21..239H 58 111 Long wavelength spectrometry and photometry of M, S and C-stars. HACKWELL J.A.
1972ApJ...173...63E 294 76 NGC 2516 and the Pleiades group. EGGEN O.J.
1972ApJ...173L...1G 2 11 160 Speckle interferometry: Diffraction-limited measurements of nine stars with the 200-inch telescope. GEZARI D.Y., LABEYRIE A. and STACHNIK R.V.
1972ApJ...175..687G 5 21 Ten-micron spectroscopy of circumstellar shells. GAMMON R.H., GAUSTAD J.E. and TREFFERS R.R.
1972ApJ...176L.115K 12 48 Interstellar circular polarization: data for 6 stars and the wavelength dependence. KEMP J.C. and WOLSTENCROFT R.D.
1972ApJ...177..427J 36 29 The consequences of grains in the atmospheres of late-type stars. I. Intrinsic polarization, infrared excesses and emission lines. JENNINGS M.C. and DYCK H.M.
1972ApJ...177L..27G 5 29 Observations of carbon monoxide in cool stars at 4.7 microns. GEBALLE T.R., WOLLMAN E.R. and RANK D.M.
1972ApJ...178..495D 23 24 Ultraviolet photometry from the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory. VI. Magnesium II 2800 A emission in cool stars. DOHERTY L.R.
1972MNRAS.158p...1W 8 ~ Stellar angular diameters. WARNER B.
1972PASP...84..373S 103 34 A recalibration of the absolute magnitudes of supergiants. STOTHERS R.
1972PASP...84..643S 13 1 Twenty-micron fluxes of bright stellar standards. SIMON T., MORRISON D. and CRUIKSHANK D.P.
1971A&A....10..290S 31 75 Luminosities, masses and periodicities of massive red supergiants. STOTHERS R. and LEUNG K.-C.
1971AJ.....76...40J 31 4 The Wilson-Bappu technique applied to moderate-dispersion spectrograms. JENNINGS M.C. and DYCK H.M.
1971ApJ...163..333A 55 30 Rotational velocities in short-period A-type binaries. ABT H.A. and HUDSON K.I.
1971ApJ...163L.105W 1 2 15 Detection of radio emission from Antares. WADE C.M. and HJELLMING R.M.
1971ApJ...165...57D 58 58 Visual intrinsic polarization and infrared excess of cool stars. DYCK H.M., FORREST W.J., GILLETT F.C., et al.
1971ApJ...165..285G 111 328 Mass loss from M stars. GEHRZ R.D. and WOOLF N.J.
1971ApJ...168L.115H 1 2 22 Radio emission from Antares B. HJELLMING R.M. and WADE C.M.
1971MNRAS.152..231J 87 77 The kinematics of the Scorpio-Centaurus association and Gould's belt. JONES D.H.P.
1971PASP...83..301W 15 7 The spectral type and infrared brightness of R Doradus. WING R.F.
1971PASP...83..674L 11 9 The half-widths of stellar H-alpha profiles deduced from spectrograms obtained with the McMath solar telescope. LOPRESTO J.C.
1971PASP...83..834C 7 0 The color of Altair. CONDOS T. and REAVES G.
1971SvA....14..690O 4 1 Chemical composition of the atmospheres of type M supergiants. ORLOV M.Y., RODRIGUEZ M.H. and SHAVRINA A.V.
1970A&A.....4..268G 34 10 A search for classification criteria in spectra of K- and M-type stars in the region 5700-6800 angstroems. GAHM G.F.
1970A&A.....6..155D 5 5 Messungen der Flachenhelligkeit des Nachthimmels bei der Deklination -19 degrees im Wellenlangenbereich von 3900 bis 7100 Angstroems. DACHS J.
1970A&AS....2..181C 4 4 Les spectres d'etoiles rouges M et C entre 4000 et 9000 CM-1. II. Transitions atomiques identifiees dans 4 etoiles M. CHAUVILLE J., QUERCI F., CONNES J., et al.
1970AJ.....75..158F 24 4 Stellar and planetary spectra in the infrared from 1.35 to 4.10 microns. FORBES F.F., STONAKER W.F. and JOHNSON H.L.
1970AJ.....75..602H 691 184 The space distribution and kinematics of supergiants. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1970AJ.....75..785J viz 30 94 Infrared spectra for 32 stars. JOHNSON H.J. and MENDEZ M.E.
1970ApJ...159..973W 16 51 Infrared CN bands in M-supergiants and carbon stars. WING R.F. and SPINRAD H.
1970ApJ...160..545W 27 111 OH radio emission associated with infrared stars. WILSON W.J., BARRETT A.H. and MORAN J.M.
1970ApJ...161..163B 60 51 The ratio of Titanium to Zirconium in late-type stars. BOESGAARD A.M.
1970ApJ...161..199E 688 36 Narrow-band and broad-band photometry of red stars. III. Southern giants. EGGEN O.J. and STOKES N.R.
1970ApJ...162..217L 136 448 Photometry of high-luminosity M-type stars. LEE T.A.
1970PASP...82..765L 20 27 UBVRI photometry of infrared stars. LEE T.A.
1969AJ.....74..177W 92 22 Twelve-color stellar photometry. WOOD D.B.
1969AJ.....74..689S 376 31 The masses of stars above the main sequence. STEPHENSON C.B. and SANWAL N.B.
1969AJ.....74.1179C 32 26 Wavelength dependence of polarization. XVIII. Interstellar polarization and composite interstellar particles. COYNE G.V. and WICKRAMASINGHE N.C.
1969ApJ...155..935S 88 59 Red supergiants and neutrino emission. STOTHERS R.
1969ApJ...156..541S 13 29 On the pulsation hypothesis for massive red supergiants. STOTHERS R.
1969ApJ...156L..45W 3 4 79 Infrared observations of eta Carinae to 20 microns. WESTPHAL J.A. and NEUGEBAUER G.
1969MNRAS.143...73B 64 9 Infra-red colours of G, K and M stars. BAHNG J.
1969MNRAS.144..297W 26 123 Surface brightnesses in the UBV system with applications on Mv and dimensions of stars. WESSELINK A.J.
1969MNRAS.144..333W 198 36 CaII K emission in southern late-type stars. WARNER B.
1969PASP...81..297C 25 66 The VV Cephei stars. COWLEY A.P.
1968AJ.....73..233R 194 332 Stars in reflection nebulae. RACINE R.
1968ARA&A...6...13B 22 26 Measurement of stellar diameters. BROWN R.H.
1968ApJ...151.1043S 83 49 Stellar rotation in the Scorpio-Centaurus association. SLETTEBAK A.
1968ApJ...152..123V 85 52 The He line lambda 10830 A in late-type stars. VAUGHAN A.H.J. and ZIRIN H.
1968ApJ...152..151F 7 13 Comparison of selected C stars and M stars at 1 micron. FAY T.D., FREDRICK L.W. and JOHNSON R.H.
1968ApJ...152..169S 5 14 Zirconium isotope ratios in the S-type stars HR 1105. SCHADEE A. and DAVIS D.N.
1968ApJS...15..459G 286 60 A photometric investigation of the Scorpio-Centaurus association. GUTIERREZ-MORENO A. and MORENO H.
1968MNRAS.139..189J 54 7 Narrow band photometry of K and M stars. JONES D.H.P.
1967ApJ...147..587M 218 43 The abundance of lithium in early M-type stars. MERCHANT A.E.
1967ApJ...147.1003G 139 201 Some characteristics of the B and A stars in the Upper Scorpius complex. GARRISON R.F.
1967ApJ...149..345J 27 46 The colors of M supergiants. JOHNSON H.L.
1967ApJS...14..307E 440 63 Narrow and broad-band photometry of red stars. I. Northern giants. EGGEN O.J.
1967PASP...79..473B 48 6 On the classification of early M giant stars by intermediate-band photometry of the 7050 A TiO bands. BOYCE P.B., OLSEN E.H. and HELT B.E.
1966AJ.....71..990V viz 172 209 A study of reflection nebulae. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1966AJ.....71.1008S 36 1 Micrometer measures of wide M-type double stars. SANDERS W.L.
1966ARA&A...4..193J 36 13 2825 Astonomical measurements in the infrared. JOHNSON H.L.
1966SvA....10...47M 17 6 Infrared spectra of stars (1 to 2.5 microns). MOROS W.I.
1966ZA.....64...32W 37 6 Ten micron stellar flux measurements-synopsis and diagnosis. WILDEY R.L.
1965AJ.....70..726S 35 10 Red-leak corrections in ultraviolet photometry. SHAO C.Y. and YOUNG A.T.
1965ApJ...141..923J 100 449 Interstellar extinction in the Galaxy. JOHNSON H.L.
1965ZA.....62..191C 99 14 The empirical mass-luminosity relations for spectrophotometric binary systems. CESTER B.
1964ApJ...140..235K 154 63 The width of H-alpha as a discriminant of luminosity in the spectra of late-type stars. KRAFT R.P., PRESTON G.W. and WOLFF S.C.
1963AJ.....68..185T 11 18 Wavelength dependence of interstellar polarization. TREANOR P.J.
1963AN....287..257D 203 52 Untersuchungen uber Reflexionsnebel am Palomar Sky Survey. I. Verzeichnis von Reflexionsnebeln. DORSCHNER J. and GURTLER J.
1963BAN....17...58B 106 6 Seven-colour photometry of A, F, G, K and M stars. BORGMAN J.
1962ApJ...135...69J 54 48 Infrared stellar photometry. JOHNSON H.L.
1962JO.....45..117B 173 12 Catalogue d'etoiles doubles ayant une composante variable. BAIZE P.
1962PASP...74..474S 113 9 Notes on diffuse galactic nebulae. STRUVE O. and STRAKA W.C.
1961ApJ...134..850K 79 35 Color excesses for supergiants and classical Cepheids. VI. On the intrinsic colors and the Hess diagram of late-type supergiants. KRAFT R.P. and HILTNER W.A.
1960AnAp...23....1L 61 4 Recherches de photometrie stellaire dans l'infrarouge au moyen d'une cellule au sulfure de plomb. LUNEL M.
1960ZA.....49..161M 6 4 Beobachtungen der Richtungsszintillation. MAYER U.
1959SvA.....3..291K 31 17 A revised list of T-associations and their members. KHOLOPOV P.N.
1958ApJ...128..533B 161 199 Absolute magnitudes of stars in the Scorpio-Centaurus association. BERTIAU F.C.
1958ApJ...128..604H 136 27 Some theoretical aspects of H and K emission in late-type stars. HOYLE F. and WILSON O.C.
1958PASP...70..168B 73 52 Spectral classification of visual binaries having primaries above the main sequence. BIDELMAN W.P.
1957AJ.....62...83E 1 2 24 Antares: a discussion of the observations. EVANS D.S.
1957ApJ...125..661W 184 374 H and K emission in late-type stars: dependance if line width on luminosity and related topics. WILSON O.C. and BAPPU M.K.V.
1957JO.....40...93W 276 2 Photovisual differences in magnitudes of 331 mainly southern double stars estimated by steps on 505 plates from the Bosscha Observatory, taken 1949.7 - 1952.4. WIETH-KNUDSEN N.
1957PASP...69..442M 5 7 Spectrographic observations of VV Cep during ingress and totality, 1956-57. McKELLAR A., WRIGHT K.O. and FRANCIS J.D.
1957PASP...69..563H 3 1 An emission-line object of high radial velocity. HERBIG G.H. and MAYALL N.U.
1956ApJ...123..210D 1 20 176 The circumstellar envelope of alpha Herculis. DEUTSCH A.J.
1956ApJ...123..440S 412 75 Six-color photometry of stars. VIII. The colors of 409 stars of different spectral types. STEBBINS J. and KRON G.E.
1956ApJ...124..342S 32 64 The infrared spectral classification of M-type stars. SHARPLESS S.
1956MNRAS.116..248H 139 4 Micrometer observations of double stars. HEINTZ W.D.
1955AnAp...18..379K 82 75 The classification of close binary systems. KOPAL Z.
1955ApJ...121..557B 9 6 19 Scorpii, a luminous A-star in the Scorpio-Centaurus association. BLAAUW A., MORGAN W.W. and BERTIAU F.C.
1955ApJ...121..611M 26 59 A description of certain galactic nebulosities. MORGAN W.W., STROMGREN B. and JOHNSON H.M.
1955PASP...67..199M 17 6 Red stars. MERRILL P.W.
1955PASP...67..293P 17 22 Temperatures on the bright and dark sides of Venus. PETTIT E. and NICHOLSON S.B.
1954MNRAS.114..490W 84 5 Photographic observations of monochromatic magnitude at 6 wavelengths. WOOLLEY R.v.d.R., GASCOIGNE S.C.B. and DE VAUCOULEURS A.
1954PASP...66..191S 8 5 The spectrum and luminosity of alpha Scorpii B. STONE S.N. and STRUVE O.
1953ApJ...117..313J 477 1672 Fundamental stellar photometry for standards of spectral type on the Revised System of the Yerkes Spectral Atlas. JOHNSON H.L. and MORGAN W.W.
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