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2020A&A...636L...8B 100             C       1 14 ~ Discovery of a 30-degree-long ultraviolet arc in Ursa Major. BRACCO A., BENJAMIN R.A., ALVES M.I.R., et al.
2019A&A...624A...6Y 19       D               2 53 ~ Distances to molecular clouds at high galactic latitudes based on Gaia DR2. YAN Q.-Z., ZHANG B., XU Y., et al.
2019ApJ...873...38T 261 T   A     X         5 4 ~ Magnetic field tomography in two clouds toward
Ursa Major using H I fibers.
TRITSIS A., FEDERRATH C. and PAVLIDOU V.
2018ApJ...856..136P 90           X         2 14 1 Multi-phase turbulence density power spectra in the Perseus molecular cloud. PINGEL N.M., LEE M.-Y., BURKHART B., et al.
2016MNRAS.456.4174H 46           X         1 8 28 The fundamentally different dynamics of dust and gas in molecular clouds. HOPKINS P.F. and LEE H.
2014ApJ...797...59H 166           X C       3 14 19 Some stars are totally metal: a new mechanism driving dust across star-forming clouds, and consequences for planets, stars, and galaxies. HOPKINS P.F.
2014MNRAS.439.2186S 44           X         1 4 14 Formation history of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in galaxies. SEOK J.Y., HIRASHITA H. and ASANO R.S.
2013MNRAS.429.2264K viz 552     A S   X         13 191 15 Anatomy of Ursa Majoris. KARACHENTSEV I.D., NASONOVA O.G. and COURTOIS H.M.
2013MNRAS.433.2958I 41           X         1 14 4 The 617MHz-λ850µm correlation (cosmic rays and cold dust) in NGC 3044 and NGC 4157. IRWIN J.A., BRAR R.S., SAIKIA D.J., et al.
2011A&A...536A..24P 43           X         1 18 139 Planck early results. XXIV. Dust in the diffuse interstellar medium and the Galactic halo. PLANCK COLLABORATION, ABERGEL A., ADE P.A.R., et al.
2011MNRAS.410..788S 16       D               1 8 14 Mass functions in fractal clouds: the role of cloud structure in the stellar initial mass function. SHADMEHRI M. and ELMEGREEN B.G.
2011MNRAS.416.1250B 3098     A D S   X C F     76 15 3 Multiwavelength observations of cirrus clouds in the north celestial loop: physical parameters of molecular sites. BARRIAULT L., JONCAS G. and PLUME R.
2010MNRAS.406.2713B 3344     A D S   X C       84 9 16 Multiwavelength observations of cirrus clouds in the North Celestial Loop: the transition from atomic to molecular gas. BARRIAULT L., JONCAS G., FALGARONE E., et al.
2010MNRAS.407.2645B 3007       D S   X C F     74 5 18 Multiwavelength observations of cirrus clouds in the north celestial loop: a study of the OH emission. BARRIAULT L., JONCAS G., LOCKMAN F.J., et al.
2006ApJ...642..307Y 15 11 Large-scale CO observations of a far-infrared loop in Pegasus: detection of a large number of very small molecular clouds possibly formed via shocks. YAMAMOTO H., KAWAMURA A., TACHIHARA K., et al.
2004ARA&A..42..211E 32 12 789 Interstellar turbulence. I. Observations and processes. ELMEGREEN B.G. and SCALO J.
2003A&A...411..109M 23 1 46 High resolution 21 cm mapping of the Ursa Major Galactic cirrus: Power spectra of the high-latitude HI gas. MIVILLE-DESCHENES M.-A., JONCAS G., FALGARONE E., et al.
2003Ap.....46..399K 24 5 The Hubble flow: why does the cosmological expansion preserve its kinematical identity from a few MPC distance to the observation horizon ? KARACHENTSEV I.D., CHERNIN A.D. and TEERIKORPI P.
2003ApJ...587..672F 41 27 The extinction and distance of maffei 1. FINGERHUT R.L., McCALL M.L., DE ROBERTIS M., et al.
2003ApJ...592..217Y 12 17 High-latitude molecular clouds in an H I filament toward the MBM 53, 54, and 55 complex: existence of an H2Cloud with low CO intensity. YAMAMOTO H., ONISHI T., MIZUNO A., et al.
2003ApJ...593..413S 9 9 Mechanisms for the origin of turbulence in non-star-forming clouds: the translucent cloud MBM 40. SHORE S.N., MAGNANI L., LAROSA T.N., et al.
2002A&A...381..209M 82 T                   2 32 ISOCAM observations of the
Ursa Major cirrus: Evidence for large abundance variations of small dust grains.
MIVILLE-DESCHENES M.-A., BOULANGER F., JONCAS G., et al.
2002MNRAS.333..517P 1 39 148 A comparison of stellar populations in galaxy spheroids across a wide range of Hubble types. PROCTOR R.N. and SANSOM A.E.
2001ApJ...562..314S 1 27 97 Cepheid calibration of the peak brightness of type Ia supernovae. XI. SN 1998aq in NGC 3982. SAHA A., SANDAGE A., TAMMANN G.A., et al.
1999ApJ...524..887R 10 2 65 The spectral correlation function: a new tool for analyzing spectral line maps. ROSOLOWSKY E.W., GOODMAN A.A., WILNER D.J., et al.
1999ApJ...524..895M 32 47 Velocity field statistics in star-forming regions. I. Centroid velocity observations. MIESCH M.S., SCALO J. and BALLY J.
1997ApJ...481..764B 28 61 High-velocity rain: the terminal velocity model of galactic infall. BENJAMIN R.A. and DANLY L.
1997ApJ...482..334P 1 5 20 Kinematics of the Ursa major molecular clouds. POUND M.W. and GOODMAN A.A.
1997ApJ...490..744M 10 9 Observations of [C II] 158 micron line and far-infrared continuum emission toward the high-latitude molecular clouds in Ursa major. MATSUHARA H., TANAKA M., YONEKURA Y., et al.
1996ApJ...464..836B 15 21 The distance to an X-ray shadowing molecular cloud in Ursa Major. BENJAMIN R.A., VENN K.A., HILTGEN D.D., et al.
1996BAAS...28U.886P 2 ~ Kinematics of the Ursa Major molecular clouds. POUND M.W. and GOODMAN A.A.
1995ApJ...442..186M 3 7 67 On magnetic turbulence in interstellar clouds. MYERS P.C. and KHERSONSKY V.K.
1994A&A...286...60L 32 58 Star formation by infall of high velocity clouds on the galactic disk. LEPINE J.R.D. and DUVERT G.
1994Ap&SS.218....1M 35 2 The orbits of moving clusters in the galactic dynamical models. MULLARI A.A., NECHITAITAILOV Yu.V., NINKOVIC S., et al.
1994S&W....33..265H 6 0 Der galaktische Zirrus. HEITHAUSEN A.
1993A&A...268..265H 31 61 A composite large-scale CO survey at high galactic latitudes in the second quadrant. HEITHAUSEN A., STACY J.G., DE VRIES H.W., et al.
1993A&A...278..161C 36 24 The observability of old isolated neutron stars with ROSAT. II. Molecular clouds and deep fields. COLPI M., CAMPANA S. and TREVES A.
1993AN....314..393V 23 24 The neighbourhoods of the nearest Hickson groups. VENNIK J., RICHTER G.M. and LONGO G.
1992A&A...257..715F 4 14 205 The small-scale density and velocity structure of quiescent molecular clouds. FALGARONE E., PUGET J.-L. and PERAULT M.
1992AJ....103.1313G 19 3 176 A calculation of confusion noise due to infrared cirrus. GAUTIER III T.N., BOULANGER F., PERAULT M., et al.
1992BaltA...1..415V 38 3 Nearby groups of galaxies in the Pisces-Cetus area. I. The NGC 524 group. VENNIK J.
1991ApJ...376..505H 20 40 Very small grains and the infrared colors of galaxies. HELOU G., RYTER C. and SOIFER B.T.
1990ApJ...359..344F 3 13 160 A signature of the intermittency of interstellar turbulence: the wings of molecular line profiles. FALGARONE E. and PHILLIPS T.G.
1990ApJ...364..136B 6 5 132 Variations in the abundance of transiently heated particles within nearby molecular clouds. BOULANGER F., FALGARONE E., PUGET J.L., et al.
1987ApJ...319..723D 5 8 162 Molecular and atomic clouds associated with infrared cirrus in Ursa Major. DE VRIES H.W., HEITHAUSEN A. and THADDEUS P.
1986BAAS...18.1009D 1 0 Mass calibration for high-latitude molecular clouds. DE VRIES H.W. and THADDEUS P.

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