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2021MNRAS.501..491V 20       D               1 154 ~ Chemical modelling of dust-gas chemistry within AGB outflows - III. Photoprocessing of the ice and return to the ISM. VAN DE SANDE M., WALSH C. and MILLAR T.J.
2019A&A...622A.120U viz 18       D               1 350 ~ Interplay between pulsation, mass loss, and third dredge-up: More about Miras with and without technetium. UTTENTHALER S., McDONALD I., BERNHARD K., et al.
2019A&A...622A.123D 600       D     X C       13 17 ~ Warm CO in evolved stars from the THROES catalogue. II. Herschel/PACS spectroscopy of C-rich envelopes. DA SILVA SANTOS J.M., RAMOS-MEDINA J., SANCHEZ CONTRERAS C., et al.
2019A&A...628A..62M viz 18       D     X         1 27 ~ Study of CS, SiO, and SiS abundances in carbon star envelopes: assessing their role as gas-phase precursors of dust. MASSALKHI S., AGUNDEZ M. and CERNICHARO J.
2019PASJ...71....4U 18       D               4 179 ~ AKARI mission program: Excavating Mass Loss History in extended dust shells of Evolved Stars (MLHES). I. Far-IR photometry. UETA T., TORRES A.J., IZUMIURA H., et al.
2018A&A...611A..29M 322       D     X         8 28 3 Abundance of SiC2in carbon star envelopes. Evidence that SiC2is a gas-phase precursor of SiC dust. MASSALKHI S., AGUNDEZ M., CERNICHARO J., et al.
2018A&A...611A..41R 174           X C       3 118 2 THROES: a caTalogue of HeRschel Observations of Evolved Stars. I. PACS range spectroscopy. RAMOS-MEDINA J., SANCHEZ CONTRERAS C., GARCIA-LARIO P., et al.
2018A&A...618A.143N viz 627       D     X C       14 58 ~ PACS and SPIRE range spectroscopy of cool, evolved stars. NICOLAES D., GROENEWEGEN M.A.T., ROYER P., et al.
2018MNRAS.479..536D 192       D     X         5 22 ~ Extended Dust Emission from Nearby Evolved Stars. DHARMAWARDENA T.E., KEMPER F., SCICLUNA P., et al.
2017A&A...600A..71D viz 213         O X         5 13 7 Nucleosynthesis in AGB stars traced by oxygen isotopic ratios. I. Determining the stellar initial mass by means of the 17O/18O ratio. DE NUTTE R., DECIN L., OLOFSSON H., et al.
2017ARep...61...80S viz 17       D               7152 72 General catalogue of variable stars: Version GCVS 5.1 SAMUS N.N., KAZAROVETS E.V., DURLEVICH O.V., et al.
2017ApJ...835...79S 43           X         1 35 4 New detections of HNC in planetary nebulae: evolution of the [HCN]/[HNC] ratio. SCHMIDT D.R. and ZIURYS L.M.
2016A&A...588A.124L 309       D     X C       7 23 9 Constraints on the H2O formation mechanism in the wind of carbon-rich AGB stars. LOMBAERT R., DECIN L., ROYER P., et al.
2016A&A...589A..74D 184       D     X C       4 28 5 28SiO v = 0 J = 1-0 emission from evolved stars. DE VICENTE P., BUJARRABAL V., DIAZ-PULIDO A., et al.
2016ApJ...826...44S viz 17       D               1 237 13 The infrared spectral properties of Magellanic carbon stars. SLOAN G.C., KRAEMER K.E., McDONALD I., et al.
2016MNRAS.462..395D 59       D     X         2 30 15 Studying the evolution of AGB stars in the Gaia epoch. DI CRISCIENZO M., VENTURA P., GARCIA-HERNANDEZ D.A., et al.
2014A&A...566A.145R 97       D   O   C       7 56 37 The 12CO/13CO ratio in AGB stars of different chemical type. Connection to the 12C/13C ratio and the evolution along the AGB. RAMSTEDT S. and OLOFSSON H.
2014A&A...569A..76D 17       D               1 17 23 Detailed modelling of the circumstellar molecular line emission of the S-type AGB star W Aquilae. DANILOVICH T., BERGMAN P., JUSTTANONT K., et al.
2014ApJS..213....9D viz 16       D               1 46813 150 The Catalina surveys periodic variable star catalog. DRAKE A.J., GRAHAM M.J., DJORGOVSKI S.G., et al.
2013A&A...550A..78S 96       D   O X         3 69 36 The abundance of HCN in circumstellar envelopes of AGB stars of different chemical type. SCHOEIER F.L., RAMSTEDT S., OLOFSSON H., et al.
2013A&A...551A.110M 458       D   O X C       11 26 14 Deep optical imaging of asymptotic giant branch circumstellar envelopes. MAURON N., HUGGINS P.J. and CHEUNG C.-L.
2013A&A...555A.120G 16       D   O           1 104 20 Luminosities of carbon-rich asymptotic giant branch stars in the Milky Way. GUANDALINI R. and CRISTALLO S.
2012A&A...537A..35C 95       D   O     F     3 79 117 A far-infrared survey of bow shocks and detached shells around AGB stars and red supergiants. COX N.L.J., KERSCHBAUM F., VAN MARLE A.-J., et al.
2012A&A...543A..36G 41           X         1 11 28 An extension of the DUSTY radiative transfer code and an application to OH 26.5 and TT Cygni. GROENEWEGEN M.A.T.
2012ApJ...744..133M 40           X         1 8 5 Four decades of IRC +10216: evolution of a carbon-rich dust shell resolved at 10 µm with MMT adaptive optics and MIRAC4. MALES J.R., CLOSE L.M., SKEMER A.J., et al.
2012MNRAS.426.2652B viz 95       D       C       7 64 3 The Keck Aperture Masking Experiment: dust-enshrouded red giants. BLASIUS T.D., MONNIER J.D., TUTHILL P.G., et al.
2011A&A...526A.162G 16       D               4 131 98 MESS (Mass-loss of Evolved StarS), a Herschel key program. GROENEWEGEN M.A.T., WAELKENS C., BARLOW M.J., et al.
2011A&A...534A..79I 80             C       1 10 20 Galactic distributions of carbon- and oxygen-rich AGB stars revealed by the AKARI mid-infrared all-sky survey. ISHIHARA D., KANEDA H., ONAKA T., et al.
2011ARep...55...31S viz 16       D               1 253 34 Search for and study of hot circumstellar dust envelopes. SHENAVRIN V.I., TARANOVA O.G. and NADZHIP A.E.
2011ApJ...727L..29N 316     A D     X C       8 9 27 The widespread occurrence of water vapor in the circumstellar envelopes of carbon-rich asymptotic giant branch stars: first results from a survey with Herschel/HIFI. NEUFELD D.A., GONZALEZ-ALFONSO E., MELNICK G., et al.
2010A&A...523A..18D 367       D     X         10 71 104 Probing the mass-loss history of AGB and red supergiant stars from CO rotational line profiles. II. CO line survey of evolved stars: derivation of mass-loss rate formulae. DE BECK E., DECIN L., DE KOTER A., et al.
2010A&A...523A..59C 94       D     X         3 78 62 Mapping the 12CO J=1-0 and J=2-1 emission in AGB and early post-AGB circumstellar envelopes. I. The COSAS program, first sample. CASTRO-CARRIZO A., QUINTANA-LACACI G., NERI R., et al.
2009ApJ...690..837M viz 209       D     X   F     5 23 35 Circumstellar 12C/13C isotope ratios from millimeter observations of CN and CO: mixing in carbon- and oxygen-rich stars. MILAM S.N., WOOLF N.J. and ZIURYS L.M.
2008A&A...487..645R 555       D S O X C       13 10 50 On the reliability of mass-loss-rate estimates for AGB stars. RAMSTEDT S., SCHOEIER F.L., OLOFSSON H., et al.
2008ApJ...676..408S 131       D     X         4 23 6 A survey of 3.3 µm PAH emission in planetary nebulae. SMITH E.C.D. and McLEAN I.S.
2008ApJ...681.1557L 121 29 Effects of metallicity on the chemical composition of carbon stars. LEISENRING J.M., KEMPER F. and SLOAN G.C.
2007A&A...462..711G 126 70 Lithium and zirconium abundances in massive. Galactic O-rich AGB stars. GARCIA-HERNANDEZ D.A., GARCIA-LARIO P., PLEZ B., et al.
2007A&A...471..551Q 38           X         1 43 8 The chemical composition of the circumstellar envelopes around yellow hypergiant stars. QUINTANA-LACACI G., BUJARRABAL V., CASTRO-CARRIZO A., et al.
2007A&A...473..871S         O           22 26 The abundance of SiS in circumstellar envelopes around AGB stars. SCHOEIER F.L., BAST J., OLOFSSON H., et al.
2007AJ....134..214C viz 130       D     X         4 115 10 Infrared study of J-type carbon stars based on Infrared Astronomical Satellite, Two Micron All Sky Survey, and Infrared Space Observatory data. CHEN P.-S., YANG X.-H. and ZHANG P.
2006A&A...445.1069G 270 74 Infrared photometry and evolution of mass-losing AGB stars. I. Carbon stars revisited. GUANDALINI R., BUSSO M., CIPRINI S., et al.
2006A&A...448..271M 136 T K A   O           5 1 Near-infrared speckle interferometry and radiative transfer modelling of the carbon star

LP Andromedae
2006A&A...450..167T 1 22 49 CO line emission from circumstellar envelopes. TEYSSIER D., HERNANDEZ R., BUJARRABAL V., et al.
2006A&A...452..257M 3         O           13 87 Imaging the circumstellar envelopes of AGB stars. MAURON N. and HUGGINS P.J.
2006A&A...454..247S         O           21 37 SiO in C-rich circumstellar envelopes of AGB stars: effects of non-LTE chemistry and grain adsorption. SCHOEIER F.L., OLOFSSON H. and LUNDGREN A.A.
2006ApJ...652.1626F 38 44 Evolution of the circumstellar molecular envelope. I. A BIMA CO survey of evolved stars. FONG D., MEIXNER M., SUTTON E.C., et al.
2006ApJ...652.1654T 28 21 Challenging the carbon star dust condensation sequence: anarchist C stars. THOMPSON G.D., CORMAN A.B., SPECK A.K., et al.
2006MNRAS.369..783M viz 197 27 Carbon-rich Mira variables: radial velocities and distances. MENZIES J.W., FEAST M.W. and WHITELOCK P.A.
2005A&A...429..235B viz 121 52 The mass loss of C-rich giants. BERGEAT J. and CHEVALLIER L.
2005A&A...434..691M         O           77 61 Three-micron spectra of AGB stars and supergiants in nearby galaxies. MATSUURA M., ZIJLSTRA A.A., VAN LOON J.T., et al.
2004A&A...414.1049Y 29 17 Molecular and dust features of 29 SiC carbon AGB stars. YANG X., CHEN P. and HE J.
2004ApJS..151..299H viz 922 16 Classification of spectra from the infrared space observatory PHT-s database. HODGE T.M., KRAEMER K.E., PRICE S.D., et al.
2003A&A...402..617W 2         O           9 46 Molecular abundances in carbon-rich circumstellar envelopes. WOODS P.M., SCHOEIER F.L., NYMAN L.-A., et al.
2003AJ....126..935S 208 22 Infrared colors and variability of evolved stars from COBE DIRBE data. SMITH B.J.
2003ApJS..147..379S 4 17 146 A uniform database of 2.4-45.4 micron spectra from the Infrared Space Observatory short wavelength spectrometer. SLOAN G.C., KRAEMER K.E., PRICE S.D., et al.
2002A&A...390..511G viz 331 41 Millimetre observations of infrared carbon stars. II. Mass loss rates and expansion velocities. GROENEWEGEN M.A.T., SEVENSTER M., SPOON H.W.W., et al.
2002A&A...390..533H         O           77 96 The carrier of the ``30'' µm emission feature in evolved stars. A simple model using magnesium sulfide. HONY S., WATERS L.B.F.M. and TIELENS A.G.G.M.
2002A&A...390..967B viz 484 49 Carbon-rich giants in the HR diagram and their luminosity function. BERGEAT J., KNAPIK A. and RUTILY B.
2002A&A...391..577S 1         O           9 40 Probing the mass loss history of carbon stars using CO line and dust continuum emission. SCHOEIER F.L., RYDE N. and OLOFSSON H.
2002AJ....123..948S 38 34 Infrared light curves of Mira variable stars from COBE DIRBE data. SMITH B.J., LEISAWITZ D., CASTELAZ M.W., et al.
2002ApJS..140..389K 69 74 Classification of 2.4-45.2 micron spectra from the Infrared Space Observatory short wavelength spectrometer. KRAEMER K.E., SLOAN G.C., PRICE S.D., et al.
2001A&A...367..652F 33 28 Low-excitation atomic gas around evolved stars. I. ISO observations of C-rich nebulae. FONG D., MEIXNER M., CASTRO-CARRIZO A., et al.
2001A&A...367..674C 24 26 Low-excitation atomic gas around evolved stars. II. ISO observations of O-rich nebulae. CASTRO-CARRIZO A., BUJARRABAL V., FONG D., et al.
2001A&A...368..497M 1 15 49 Structure and physical properties of the rapidly evolving dusty envelope of IRC +10216 reconstructed by detailed two-dimensional radiative transfer modeling. MEN'SHCHIKOV A.B., BALEGA Y., BLOECKER T., et al.
2001A&A...368..969S 68 119 Models of circumstellar molecular radio line emission. Mass loss rates for a sample of bright carbon stars. SCHOEIER F.L. and OLOFSSON H.
2001A&A...369..178B viz 406 104 The effective temperatures of carbon-rich stars. BERGEAT J., KNAPIK A. and RUTILY B.
2001ApJ...549L.125B 12 8 Discovery of two new HCN maser lines in five carbon stars. BIEGING J.H.
2001BaltA..10....1A viz 6822 76 General catalog of galactic carbon stars by C.B. Stephenson. Third edition. ALKSNIS A., BALKLAVS A., DZERVITIS U., et al.
2001MNRAS.326..490O 62 57 Dust-enshrouded asymptotic giant branch stars in the solar neighbourhood. OLIVIER E.A., WHITELOCK P. and MARANG F.
2000A&A...359..586S 22 44 The 12C/13C-ratio in cool carbon stars. SCHOEIER F.L. and OLOFSSON H.
2000A&A...361.1036L 23     A   O           7 36 Molecular envelopes around carbon stars. Interferometric observations and models of HCN and CN emission. LINDQVIST M., SCHOEIER F.L., LUCAS R., et al.
2000MNRAS.315..740S 1 12 48 Optical properties of the carbon dust grains in the envelopes around asymptotic giant branch stars. SUH K.-W.
1999A&A...344..263K viz 155 10 Dust extinction and intrinsic SEDs of carbon-rich stars. III. The Miras, CS, and SC stars. KNAPIK A., BERGEAT J. and RUTILY B.
1999A&A...344..918J 10 8 IRAS 03313+6058: an AGB star with 30 micron emission. JIANG B.W., SZCZERBA R. and DEGUCHI S.
1999ApJ...513L..87S 28 47 The SiC problem: astronomical and meteoritic evidence. SPECK A.K., HOFMEISTER A.M. and BARLOW M.J.
1999PASJ...51..197Y 183 14 Distance determination of mass-losing stars. YUASA M., UNNO W. and MAGONO S.
1998A&A...330..232F 35 18 Inferring acetylene abundances from C2H: the C2H2/HCN abundance ratio. FUENTE A., CERNICHARO J. and OMONT A.
1998A&AS..130....1N 92 122 A 12CO (J=1->0) and (J=2->1) atlas of circumstellar envelopes of AGB and post-AGB stars. NERI R., KAHANE C., LUCAS R., et al.
1998AJ....115..809S 97 30 The carbon-rich dust sequence: infrared spectral classification of carbon stars. SLOAN G.C., LITTLE-MARENIN I.R. and PRICE S.D.
1998Ap&SS.255..351Y 10 ~ Spectroscopy study of carbon stars with the ISO-SWS. YAMAMURA I., DE JONG T., JUSTTANONT K., et al.
1998ApJS..117..209K 50 132 Multiple molecular winds in evolved stars. I. A survey of CO (2-1) and CO (3-2) emission from 45 nearby AGB stars. KNAPP G.R., YOUNG K., LEE E., et al.
1998BaltA...7..653A 114 1 Baldone Schmidt telescope plate archive and catalogue. ALKSNIS A., BALKLAVS A., EGLITIS I., et al.
1998MNRAS.293...18G 45 90 Dust shells around carbon Mira variables. GROENEWEGEN M.A.T., WHITELOCK P.A., SMITH C.H., et al.
1998MNRAS.296..545B 37 10 Observations and modelling of spectral energy distributions of carbon stars with optically thin envelopes. BAGNULO S., DOYLE J.G. and ANDRETTA V.
1997A&A...319..235B viz 42 37 A survey of CN in circumstellar envelopes. BACHILLER R., FUENTE A., BUJARRABAL V., et al.
1997A&A...327..342G 14 19 High mass-loss carbon stars and the evolution of the local 12C/13C ratio. GREAVES J.S. and HOLLAND W.S.
1997AJ....114.1602L 237 19 A renewed search for water maser emission from Mira variables. LEWIS B.M.
1997ApJS..112..557K viz 11281 170 Classification and identification of IRAS sources with low-resolution spectra. KWOK S., VOLK K. and BIDELMAN W.P.
1997MNRAS.288..431S 39 71 The nature of the silicon carbide in carbon star outflows. SPECK A.K., BARLOW M.J. and SKINNER C.J.
1997MNRAS.289..559S 7 6 Superwind models for the dust shells around infrared carbon stars. SUH K.-W.
1996A&A...306..241G 43 23 CO and HCN observations of carbon stars. GROENEWEGEN M.A.T., BAAS F., DE JONG T., et al.
1996AJ....111..962C 17 19 Studies of extreme carbon stars. II. Periods from optical spectral characteristics. COHEN M. and HITCHON K.
1996MNRAS.279.1011I 18 16 Infrared imaging of late-type stars. IVEZIC Z. and ELITZUR M.
1995A&A...293..463G 23 64 Dust shells around infrared carbon stars. GROENEWEGEN M.A.T.
1995A&AS..109..177W viz 2981 50 Radio continuum emission from stars: a catalogue update. WENDKER H.J.
1995Ap&SS.224..501L 4 2 Interferometric observations of HCN and CN towards carbon stars. LINDQVIST M., LUCAS R., OLOFSSON H., et al.
1995ApJ...445..415I 105 158 Infrared emission and dynamics of outflows in late-type stars. IVEZIC Z. and ELITZUR M.
1995ApJS..100..169S 18 47 Maps of the molecular emission around 18 evolved stars. STANEK K.Z., KNAPP G.R., YOUNG K., et al.
1995PPMtO..14..185H viz 14       D               1 435 0 An atlas of H2O maser observations on the 13.7m radio telescope of Purple Mountain Observatory. HAN F., MAO R.Q., LEI C.-M., et al.
1994A&A...285..247B viz 47 101 Molecular observations of O- and C-rich circumstellar envelopes. BUJARRABAL V., FUENTE A. and OMONT A.
1994Ap&SS.217..131L 7 1 AGB stars and red supergiants in the LMC as seen with DENIS LOUP C. and GROENEWEGEN M.A.T.
1994ApJ...421L..47B 47 21 The discrimination between O- and C-rich circumstellar envelopes from molecular observations. BUJARRABAL V., FUENTE A. and OMONT A.
1994PASJ...46..629T 205 38 Spectral evolution of the H2O maser in late-type stars. TAKABA H., UKITA N., MIYAJI T., et al.
1993A&AS...99..291L viz 455 410 CO and HCN observations of circumstellar envelopes. A catalogue - mass loss rates and distributions. LOUP C., FORVEILLE T., OMONT A., et al.
1993A&AS..101..513G viz 37 24 Near-infrared and sub-millimeter photometry of carbon stars GROENEWEGEN M.A.T., DE JONG T. and BAAS F.
1993A&AS..102..361B viz 214 19 A catalogue of Li abundances and equivalent widths in a sample of galactic C-stars. BOFFIN H.M.J., ABIA C. and REBOLO R.
1993AJ....105.1860C viz 177 60 A model of the 2-35 microm. point source infrared sky. COHEN M.
1993ApJ...410..701N 158 107 The dynamics of stellar outflows dominated by interaction of dust and radiation. NETZER N. and ELITZUR M.
1993ApJS...86..517Y 508 78 Circumstellar shells resolved in the IRAS survey data. I. Data processing procedure, results, and confidence tests. YOUNG K., PHILLIPS T.G. and KNAPP G.R.
1992A&A...253..150G 118 80 A flux-limited sample of galactic carbon stars. GROENEWEGEN M.A.T., DE JONG T., VAN DER BLIEK N.S., et al.
1992A&AS...93..121N viz 514 111 A survey of circumstellar CO emission from a sample of IRAS point sources. NYMAN L.-A., BOOTH R.S., CARLSTROM U., et al.
1991AJ....102..289B 105 38 The mass range of carbon stars. BARNBAUM C., KASTNER J.H. and ZUCKERMAN B.
1991ApJ...371..357J 43 121 Evolution of the chromospheres and winds of low-and intermediate-mass giant stars. JUDGE P.G. and STENCEL R.E.
1991ApJ...380..593W 8 25 Abundances in red giant stars: nitrogen isotopes in carbon-rich molecular envelopes. WANNIER P.G., ANDERSSON B.-G., OLOFSSON H., et al.
1991ApJ...383..314E 125 28 On the nature of the excess 100 micron flux associated with carbon stars. EGAN M.P. and LEUNG C.M.
1990A&A...237..354C 147 89 Evolution of infrared carbon stars. CHAN S.J. and KWOK S.
1990ApJ...358..251W 39 34 Mass loss from red giant stars. II. Carbon stars. WANNIER P.G., SAHAI R., ANDERSSON B.-G., et al.
1990ApJ...361..673M 93 57 CO emission from the envelopes of cool stars in the solar neighborhood. MARGULIS M., VAN BLERKOM D.J., SNELL R.L., et al.
1990ApJS...74..785J 64 63 Photometry of variable AFGL sources. JONES T.J., BRYJA C.O., GEHRZ R.D., et al.
1989A&A...209..119Z 94 60 Outflow velocities from carbon stars. ZUCKERMAN B. and DYCK H.M.
1989A&A...210...78S 23 66 Molecular emission lines from the envelopes of evolved stars. SOPKA R.J., OLOFSSON H., JOHANSSON L.E.B., et al.
1989A&A...220...92S 24 31 The centimeter radio continuum from IRC +10216 and other late-type stars with mass-loss envelopes. SAHAI R., CLAUSSEN M.J. and MASSON C.R.
1989A&A...226..183V 168 55 A comparison between CO-, OH- and IR-mass-loss rates of evolved stars. VAN DER VEEN W.E.C.J. and RUGERS M.
1989A&AS...81..323E 190 32 A reference catalogue of maser and thermal emission from circumstellar SiO molecules. ENGELS D. and HESKE A.
1989AJ.....98.1918V 83 46 On the calibration of the IRAS low-resolution spectra. VOLK K. and COHEN M.
1989ApJ...341..359J 64 120 Dust-enshrouded asymptotic giant branch stars in the solar neighborhood. JURA M. and KLEINMANN S.G.
1989IBVS.3396....1A 70 T                   1 5 0 On the variability of the dusty carbon star
LP And.
1989PASJ...41.1067U 5 4 A new method of distance determination for mass-losing IR stars. UNNO W., KOYAMA K., TSUJI T., et al.
1989TarOT..94....1N 399 6 Mass loss from stars : the universal formula for mass loss rate. NUGIS T.
1988A&A...194..230L 101 38 New HCN masers in stars. LUCAS R., GUILLOTEAU S. and OMONT A.
1988A&A...198L...1L 13 41 The molecular shell surrounding the compact planetary nebula IRAS 21282+5050. LIKKEL L., FORVEILLE T., OMONT A., et al.
1988A&AS...72..259D 327 648 Mass loss rates in the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram. DE JAGER C., NIEUWENHUIJZEN H. and VAN DER HUCHT K.A.
1988ApJ...330..374N 11 29 A sensitive line search in circumstellar envelopes. NGUYEN-QUANG-RIEU, DEGUCHI S., IZUMIURA H., et al.
1988ApJ...334..362C 280 108 The transition from oxygen-rich to carbon stars. CHAN S.J. and KWOK S.
1988MNRAS.234p..79S 29 ~ Circumstellar environments - IV. Mass-loss rates for carbon stars. SKINNER C.J. and WHITMORE B.
1987A&A...173L..11L 1 20 102 Very cold IRAS objects and pre-planetary nebulae: CO observations. LIKKEL L., OMONT A., MORRIS M., et al.
1987AJ.....93..663L viz 235 51 New carbon stars identified from low-resolution IRAS spectra. LITTLE-MARENIN I.R., RAMSAY M.E., STEPHENSON C.B., et al.
1987AJ.....94.1280D 26 28 A radio-continuum survey of the coolest M and C giants. DRAKE S.A., LINSKY J.L. and ELITZUR M.
1987ApJ...319..367W 1 11 47 Abundances in red giant stars : carbon and oxygen isotopes in carbon-rich molecular envelopes. WANNIER P.G. and SAHAI R.
1987ApJS...65..385C 218 190 A flux-limited sample of galactic carbon stars. CLAUSSEN M.J., KLEINMANN S.G., JOYCE R.R., et al.
1986A&AS...65..607O 5418 357 IRAS catalogues and atlases. Atlas of Low-Resolution Spectra. OLNON F.M., RAIMOND E. (The IRAS Science Team)
1986ApJ...303..327J 92 199 Mass loss from carbon stars. JURA M.
1986ApJ...304..401Z 1 30 156 Carbon monoxide emission from stars in the IRAS and revised AFGL catalogs. II. Massive carbon stars. ZUCKERMAN B., DYCK H.M. and CLAUSSEN M.J.
1986ApJ...311..345Z 163 189 Dust grains and gas in the circumstellar envelopes around luminous red giant stars. ZUCKERMAN B. and DYCK H.M.
1986MNRAS.222..273R 136 115 Models for IRAS observations of circumstellar dust shells around late-type stars. ROWAN-ROBINSON M., LOCK T.D., WALKER D.W., et al.
1985ApJ...292..640K 1 105 599 Mass loss from evolved stars. III. Mass loss rates for fifty stars from CO J = 1-0 observations. KNAPP G.R. and MORRIS M.
1985ApJ...293..273K 52 149 Mass loss from evolved stars. IV. The dust-to-gas ratio in the envelopes of Mira variables and carbon stars. KNAPP G.R.
1985ApJ...293..281K 19 48 Mass loss from evolved stars. V. Observations of the 12CO and 13CO J = 1-0 lines in Mira variables and carbon stars. KNAPP G.R. and CHANG K.M.
1985ApJ...294..242S 3 17 233 Submillimeter observations of evolved stars. SOPKA R.J., HILDEBRAND R., JAFFE D.T., et al.
1984ApJ...278..176J 12 22 Observations and analysis of circumstellar cyanoacetylene. JEWELL P.R. and SNYDER L.E.
1984ApJ...284..144S 14 50 SiS in circumstellar shells. SAHAL R., WOOTTEN A. and CLEGG R.E.S.
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