DCld 326.7+00.6 , the SIMBAD biblio

DCld 326.7+00.6 , the SIMBAD biblio (13 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2021.04.18CEST13:30:22


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2006AJ....131.2223R 23 5 The true nature of the alleged planetary nebula W16-185. ROMAN-LOPES A. and ABRAHAM Z.
2006ApJS..162..346R viz 126 98 Abundance gradients in the Galaxy. RUDOLPH A.L., FICH M., BELL G.R., et al.
2003A&A...400..533D viz 485 137 New infrared star clusters in the southern Milky Way with 2MASS. DUTRA C.M., BICA E., SOARES J., et al.
2001ApJ...554..916B 63 112 New OH Zeeman measurements of magnetic field strengths in molecular clouds. BOURKE T.L., MYERS P.C., ROBINSON G., et al.
2000PASA...17...92O viz 1092 19 Catalogue of J = 1-0 CO emission towards southern dark clouds. OTRUPCEK R.E., HARTLEY M. and WANG J.-S.
1992MNRAS.254..301P 56 20 A survey of 12-GHz methanol absorption in southern molecular clouds. PENG R.S. and WHITEOAK J.B.
1988Ap&SS.141..339V 9 2 Observations of ammonia in galactic HII regions. VILAS BOAS J.W.S., SCALISE E.Jr and MONTEIRO DO VALE J.L.
1986A&AS...63...27H viz 1094 119 A catalogue of southern dark clouds. HARTLEY M., MANCHESTER R.N., SMITH R.M., et al.
1984MNRAS.210...23G 99 35 Observations of the 14.5-GHz transition of interstellar H2CO towards continuum sources and dark clouds. GARDNER F.F. and WHITEOAK J.B.
1983MNRAS.204...53S 2 90 771 The galactic abundance gradient. SHAVER P.A., McGEE R.X., NEWTON L.M., et al.
1982PASAu...4..434W 78 24 Observations of the 1-0 transition of CO towards southern HII regions. WHITEOAK J.B., OTRUPCEK R.E. and RENNIE C.J.
1978MNRAS.183..711G 54 25 Observations of the J=1-0 transition of CS at 49 GHz in southern molecular clouds. GARDNER F.F. and WHITEOAK J.B.
1977AJ.....82..577K 16 29 Survey of water vapor sources in the southern hemisphere. KAUFMANN P., ZISK S., SCALISE E.Jr, et al.

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