Ass Vul OB 2 , the SIMBAD biblio

Ass Vul OB 2 , the SIMBAD biblio (24 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2019.12.12CET08:05:19


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2015MNRAS.447.2322R 17       D               1 61 37 Spatial distribution of Galactic Wolf-Rayet stars and implications for the global population. ROSSLOWE C.K. and CROWTHER P.A.
2012A&A...540A.144S 41           X         1 93 108 The Galactic WC stars. Stellar parameters from spectral analyses indicate a new evolutionary sequence. SANDER A., HAMANN W.-R. and TODT H.
2008A&A...478..823M 40           X         1 31 80 Bright OB stars in the Galaxy. IV. Stellar and wind parameters of early to late B supergiants. MARKOVA N. and PULS J.
2003A&A...406..119N         O           87 22 Stellar tracers of the Cygnus Arm. I. Spectroscopic study of bright photometric candidates. NEGUERUELA I. and MARCO A.
2002AJ....124.2931T 95 57 The distance scale for classical cepheid variables. TURNER D.G. and BURKE J.F.
2001A&A...367..831U 77 12 Spectroscopic investigations of classical cepheids and main-sequence stars in galactic open clusters and associations. I. Association Cas OB2 and the small-amplitude cepheid SU Cassiopeae. USENKO I.A., KOVTYUKH V.V., KLOCHKOVA V.G., et al.
2001A&A...371..123B 80 7 A search for peculiar objects in young open clusters. II. A new Be star, the optical counterpart of IRAS 19564+3224 and a new open cluster in Vulpecula. BERNABEI S. and POLCARO V.F.
2000MmSAI..71..687B 9 0 Old spectral type stars in young clusters. BERNABEI S. and POLCARO V.F.
1999AstL...25..156S 35 9 The density-wave nature of the Cygnus-Orion arm. SITNIK T.G. and MEL'NIK A.M.
1998NewA....3..443V 64 97 The WR and O-type star population predicted by massive star evolutionary synthesis. VANBEVEREN D., DE DONDER E., VAN BEVER J., et al.
1997AJ....113.2104T viz 23 9 Galactic clusters with associated Cepheid variables. V. The case of SU Cygni. TURNER D.G., MANDUSHEV G.I. and WELCH G.A.
1997ApJ...490..328B viz 30 51 The ``mass discrepancy'' for massive stars: tests of models using spectroscopic binaries. BURKHOLDER V., MASSEY P. and MORRELL N.
1994A&A...287..835S 74 38 Improved bolometric corrections for WR stars from cluster membership and evolutionary models. SMITH L.F., MEYNET G. and MERMILLIOD J.-C.
1993A&AS...97..559L 70 58 Galactic B-supergiants. II. Line strengths in the visible. Evidence for evolutionary effects? LENNON D.J., DUFTON P.L. and FITZSIMMONS A.
1993AJ....106..734G 54 35 Comparison of the open cluster and surface-brightness distance scales for galactic classical Cepheids. GIEREN W.P. and FOUQUE P.
1992A&AS...94..569L 70 66 Galactic B-supergiants. I. An atlas of O9-B9 supergiant spectra from 3950 A to 4950 A. LENNON D.J., DUFTON P.L. and FITZSIMMONS A.
1992PASP..104..824M 47 11 Tuning the Cepheid distance scale. MATEO M.
1989AJ.....98.2300T 1 8 62 Comments on the cluster main-sequence fitting method. III. Empirical UBV reddening lines for early-type stars. TURNER D.G.
1989AN....310..223R 90 3 Surface distribution of the luminous and early-type emission stars in the OB Vulpeculia associations. RADOSLAVOVA T.
1986IBVS.2856....1B 1 2 8 On the type of variability of S Vul. BERDNIKOV L.N. and IVANOV G.R.
1985AJ.....90.1019S 93 56 The brightest stars in nearby galaxies. V. Cepheids and the brightest stars in the dwarf galaxy Sextans B compared with those in Sextans A. SANDAGE A. and CARLSON G.
1984A&A...136..237S 24 66 Wolf-Rayet stars in clusters: the initial stellar masses and evolutionary connections between subtypes. SCHILD H. and MAEDER A.
1983ApJ...274...20S 44 62 A new calibration of the extragalactic distance scale using Cepheids and RR Lyrae stars. STOTHERS R.B.
1971SvA....15..169T 68 T                   1 9 4 The Cepheid S Vul and the association
Vul OB2.
TSAREVSKII G.S.

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