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2020A&A...635A.163B 159       D     X         4 65 ~ A search for strong magnetic fields in massive and very massive stars in the Magellanic Clouds. BAGNULO S., WADE G.A., NAZE Y., et al.
2020MNRAS.495..417C 47           X         1 18 ~ The ISM local to the runaway star WR16. CICHOWOLSKI S., DURONEA N.U., SUAD L.A., et al.
2019A&A...626A.126A viz 3924 T K A S   X C       85 45 ~ A massive nebula around the luminous blue variable star
RMC 143 revealed by ALMA.
2019MNRAS.489.4378S 179           X   F     3 15 ~ The isolation of luminous blue variables resembles aging B-type supergiants, not the most massive unevolved stars. SMITH N.
2018A&A...618A..17K 87               F     1 69 1 How common is LBV S Doradus variability at low metallicity? KALARI V.M., VINK J.S., DUFTON P.L., et al.
2018A&A...618A..73S 44           X         1 39 2 The VLT-FLAMES Tarantula Survey. XXIX. Massive star formation in the local 30 Doradus starburst. SCHNEIDER F.R.N., RAMIREZ-AGUDELO O.H., TRAMPER F., et al.
2018AJ....156..294A 61       D     X         2 107 ~ Shedding light on the isolation of luminous blue variables. AADLAND E., MASSEY P., NEUGENT K.F., et al.
2018Natur.561..498J 18 ~ Outbursts of luminous blue variable stars from variations in the helium opacity. JIANG Y.-F., CANTIELLO M., BILDSTEN L., et al.
2017A&A...608A.124M 170             C F     2 28 2 Spectroscopic and photometric oscillatory envelope variability during the S Doradus outburst of the luminous blue variable R71. MEHNER A., BAADE D., GROH J.H., et al.
2017AJ....154...15W 613       D     X C       14 19 5 Active luminous blue variables in the Large Magellanic Cloud. WALBORN N.R., GAMEN R.C., MORRELL N.I., et al.
2017ApJ...841..130A 128           X         3 22 ~ The luminous blue variable RMC 127 as seen with ALMA and ATCA. AGLIOZZO C., TRIGILIO C., PIGNATA G., et al.
2017MNRAS.466..213A 43           X         1 24 2 New ATCA, ALMA and VISIR observations of the candidate LBV SK -67 266 (S61): the nebular mass from modelling 3D density distributions. AGLIOZZO C., NIKUTTA R., PIGNATA G., et al.
2017MNRAS.472..591A 17       D               1 27 6 Modelling luminous-blue-variable isolation. AGHAKHANLOO M., MURPHY J.W., SMITH N., et al.
2016ApJ...825...64H 226       D     X C       5 59 34 On the social traits of luminous blue variables. HUMPHREYS R.M., WEIS K., DAVIDSON K., et al.
2016MNRAS.461.3353S 42           X         1 19 14 The isolation of luminous blue variables: on subdividing the sample. SMITH N.
2015ApJ...809..109W 329           X C       7 27 4 Broad Balmer wings in BA Hyper/Supergiants distorted by diffuse interstellar bands: five examples in the 30 Doradus region from the VLT-FLAMES tarantula survey. WALBORN N.R., SANA H., EVANS C.J., et al.
2015MNRAS.447..598S 223       D     X   F     5 60 80 Luminous blue variables are antisocial: their isolation implies that they are kicked mass gainers in binary evolution. SMITH N. and TOMBLESON R.
2015MNRAS.447.1922M 123           X   F     2 34 16 SN Hunt 248: a super-Eddington outburst from a massive cool hypergiant. MAUERHAN J.C., VAN DYK S.D., GRAHAM M.L., et al.
2014A&A...561A..15C 81           X         2 35 8 IRAS 18357-0604 - an analogue of the galactic yellow hypergiant IRC +10420? CLARK J.S., NEGUERUELA I. and GONZALEZ-FERNANDEZ C.
2014A&A...564A..40W viz 41           X         1 378 50 The VLT-FLAMES Tarantula Survey. XIV. The O-type stellar content of 30 Doradus. WALBORN N.R., SANA H., SIMON-DIAZ S., et al.
2013A&A...555A.116M 80             C       1 26 13 Broad-band spectroscopy of the ongoing large eruption of the luminous blue variable R71. MEHNER A., BAADE D., RIVINIUS T., et al.
2013MNRAS.428.1927C 40           X         1 330 46 On the association between core-collapse supernovae and HII regions. CROWTHER P.A.
2012ApJ...749..177N viz 16       D               2 1994 41 Yellow and red supergiants in the Large Magellanic Cloud. NEUGENT K.F., MASSEY P., SKIFF B., et al.
2012MNRAS.419.1871D 40           X         1 74 43 The G305 star-forming complex: the central star clusters Danks 1 and Danks 2. DAVIES B., CLARK J.S., TROMBLEY C., et al.
2012MNRAS.426..181A 675     A D     X C       17 12 5 Radio detection of nebulae around four luminous blue variable stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud. AGLIOZZO C., UMANA G., TRIGILIO C., et al.
2012Natur.482..375R 94 50 Light echoes reveal an unexpectedly cool η-Carinae during its nineteenth-century Great Eruption. REST A., PRIETO J.L., WALBORN N.R., et al.
2011ApJ...735...39U 79             C       1 31 6 Blue luminous stars in nearby Galaxies–UIT 005: a possible link to the luminous blue variable stage. URBANEJA M.A., HERRERO A., LENNON D.J., et al.
2011ApJ...738..176M 39           X         1 13 4 The physical conditions in starbursts derived from bayesian fitting of mid-infrared spectral energy distribution models: 30 Doradus as a template. MARTINEZ-GALARZA J.R., GROVES B., BRANDL B., et al.
2009A&A...503..511M 209       D     X C       5 17 17 RAVE spectroscopy of luminous blue variables in the Large Magellanic Cloud. MUNARI U., SIVIERO A., BIENAYME O., et al.
2009AJ....138.1003B viz 15       D               2 1760 67 Spitzer SAGE infrared photometry of massive stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud. BONANOS A.Z., MASSA D.L., SEWILO M., et al.
2009MNRAS.396.1186B 39           X         1 6 6 A long trail behind the planetary nebula HFG1 (PK 136+05) and its pre-cataclysmic binary central star V664 Cas. BOUMIS P., MEABURN J., LLOYD M., et al.
2008AJ....136...18W viz 15       D               2 1226 123 Spitzer SAGE survey of the Large Magellanic Cloud. III. Star formation and ∼1000 new candidate young stellar objects. WHITNEY B.A., SEWILO M., INDEBETOUW R., et al.
2008NewAR..52..419V 77               F     1 40 11 Mass loss and the evolution of massive stars. VINK J.S.
2006MNRAS.369..390M 43 50 Faint supernovae and supernova impostors: case studies of SN 2002kg/NGC 2403-V37 and SN 2003gm. MAUND J.R., SMARTT S.J., KUDRITZKI R.-P., et al.
2005A&A...439.1107D 33 55 Asphericity and clumpiness in the winds of Luminous Blue Variables. DAVIES B., OUDMAIJER R.D. and VINK J.S.
2004A&A...422..603M 76 T                   4 12 Candidates for giant lobes projecting from the LBV stars P Cygni and
R 143.
2004ApJ...615..475S 1 29 101 The missing luminous blue variables and the bistability jump. SMITH N., VINK J.S. and DE KOTER A.
2004ApJ...616..506E 38 42 Infrared observations of the candidate LBV 1806-20 and nearby cluster stars. EIKENBERRY S.S., MATTHEWS K., LAVINE J.L., et al.
2003A&A...408..205W 26 34 On the structure and kinematics of nebulae around LBVs and LBV candidates in the LMC. WEIS K.
2002A&A...393..503W 22 6 Outflow from and asymmetries in the nebula around the LBV candidate Sk-69°279. WEIS K. and DUSCHL W.J.
2001A&A...366..508V viz 61 153 S Doradus variables in the Galaxy and the Magellanic Clouds. VAN GENDEREN A.M.
2001ApJ...551..764L 3 8 79 Chemical composition and origin of nebulae around luminous blue variables. LAMERS H.J.G.L.M., NOTA A., PANAGIA N., et al.
2000A&A...356..501V 1 17 72 Infrared imaging and spectroscopy of the Luminous Blue Variables Wra 751 and AG Car. VOORS R.H.M., WATERS L.B.F.M., DE KOTER A., et al.
2000AJ....119..787G 40 50 Hubble space telescope photometry of Hodge 301: an "old" star cluster in 30 Doradus. GREBEL E.K. and CHU Y.-H.
2000AJ....119.2214M viz 655 115 The progenitor masses of Wolf-Rayet stars and luminous blue variables determined from cluster turnoffs. I. Results from 19 OB associations in the Magellanic clouds. MASSEY P., WATERHOUSE E. and DEGIOIA-EASTWOOD K.
2000MNRAS.318..561M 4 11 The ejecta from the luminous blue variable star P Cygni. MEABURN J., O'CONNOR J.A., LOPEZ J.A., et al.
1999AN....320..105O viz 178 5 Red supergiants in the LMC - III: luminous F and G stars. OESTREICHER M.O. and SCHMIDT-KALER T.
1999AN....320..385O 244 5 Red supergiants in the LMC. IV. Calibration of intrinsic colours and the HRD. OESTREICHER M.O. and SCHMIDT-KALER T.
1999Ap&SS.263..251N 29 ~ The Pistol star. NAJARRO F. and FIGER D.F.
1999ApJ...525..759F 21 52 High-resolution infrared imaging and spectroscopy of the Pistol nebula: evidence for ejection. FIGER D.F., MORRIS M., GEBALLE T.R., et al.
1999RMxAC...8..161B 26 1 Massive stars in 30 Doradus: the next generation. BARBA R.H., WALBORN N.R. and RUBIO M.
1999SSRv...90..493I 20 23 P Cygni: an extraordinary luminous blue variable. ISRAELIAN G. and DE GROOT M.
1998A&ARv...8..145D 69 116 The yellow hypergiants. DE JAGER C.
1998ApJ...503..278S 1 13 48 Ejected nebulae as probes of the evolution of massive stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud. SMITH L.J., NOTA A., PASQUALI A., et al.
1998ApJ...506..384F 1 50 156 The Pistol star. FIGER D.F., NAJARRO F., MORRIS M., et al.
1997Ap&SS.251..349S 9 2 The origin of the nebulae surrounding luminous blue variable stars. SMITH L.J.
1997ApJS..112..457W 127 161 Spectral classification of the 30 Doradus stellar populations. WALBORN N.R. and BLADES J.C.
1996A&A...314..131S 31 31 HST and groundbased observations of the `Hubble-Sandage' variables in M 31 and M 33. SZEIFERT T., HUMPHREYS R.M., DAVIDSON K., et al.
1995ApJ...448..788N 3 18 182 Nebulae around luminous blue variables: a unified picture. NOTA A., LIVIO M. and CLAMPIN M.
1994A&A...281..833S 3 11 106 A study of the luminous blue variable candidate He 3-519 and its surrounding nebula. SMITH L.-J., CROWTHER P.A. and PRINJA R.K.
1994ApJ...426L..43S 1 10 30 Luminous blue variables at quiescence : the zone of avoidance in the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram. STOTHERS R.B. and CHIN C.-W.
1994PASP..106.1025H 6 40 775 The luminous blue variables: astrophysical geysers. HUMPHREYS R.M. and DAVIDSON K.
1993AJ....106..560P viz 131 104 The OB associations of 30 Doradus in the Large Magellanic Cloud. I. Stellar observations and data reductions. PARKER J.W.
1993ApJ...409..770P 74 T                   2 22 A new luminous blue variable: R 143 in 30 Doradus. PARKER J.W., CLAYTON G.C., WINGE C., et al.
1993ApJ...413..604H viz 60 21 30 Doradus : ultraviolet and optical stellar photometry. HILL J.K., BOHLIN R.C., CHENG K.-P., et al.
1993SSRv...66...55P 11 2 A dissection of 30 Doradus and a discussion of other Magellanic cloud OB associations. PARKER J.W.
1993SSRv...66...85C 25 9 Observations of the atmospheres and winds of O-stars, LBVS and Wolf-Rayet stars. CROWTHER P.A. and WILLIS A.J.
1993SSRv...66..193S 12 8 Wind asymmetries in massive stars. SCHULTE-LADBECK R.E., CLAYTON G.C., LEITHERER C., et al.
1992BAAS...24.1236P 71 T                   3 ~ A new luminous blue variable : R 143 in 30 Doradus. PARKER J.W., et al.
1992MNRAS.257..391H 181 55 Star formation in the Magellanic Clouds. IV. Protostars in the vicinity of 30 Doradus. HYLAND A.R., STRAW S., JONES T.J., et al.
1991A&AS...89..185L 63 19 Non violent star formation in the region of the 30 Doradus nebula. LORTET M.-C. and TESTOR G.
1985A&A...153..235M 72 123 The 30 Doradus nebula. I. Spectral classification of 69 stars in the central cluster. MELNICK J.
1985ApJ...288..558C 51 71 Interstellar dust in the Large Magellanic Cloud. CLAYTON G.C. and MARTIN P.G.
1983ApJ...265..194C 25 29 The wavelength dependence of interstellar polarization in the LMC. CLAYTON G.C., MARTIN P.G. and THOMPSON I.
1981ApJ...250..116M 33 85 Infrared studies of the two stellar populations in 30 Doradus. McGREGOR P.J. and HYLAND A.R.
1978AJ.....83...20H 25 42 Infrared studies of 30 Doradus. I. The 2-mu sources of the inner region. HYLAND A.R., THOMAS J.A. and ROBINSON G.
1974MNRAS.168..249G 17 27 JHKL photometry of LMC stars. GLASS I.S.
1961MNRAS.122....1F 22 68 A study of the 30 Doradus region of the Large Magellanic Cloud. FEAST M.W.
1960MNRAS.121..337F 267 449 The brightest stars in the Magellanic Clouds. FEAST M.W., THACKERAY A.D. and WESSELINK A.J.
1956MNRAS.116..587F 16 11 Red supergiants in the Large Magellanic Cloud. FEAST M.W. and THACKERAY A.D.

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