PHL 25 , the SIMBAD biblio

PHL 25 , the SIMBAD biblio (18 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2021.01.20CET15:43:30


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2018A&A...618A..86S 757       D     X C       17 24 ~ NLTE spectroscopic analysis of the 3He anomaly in subluminous B-type stars. SCHNEIDER D., IRRGANG A., HEBER U., et al.
2014AJ....148...81M viz 16       D               1 329462 61 APASS Landolt-Sloan BVgri photometry of RAVE stars. I. Data, effective temperatures, and reddenings. MUNARI U., HENDEN A., FRIGO A., et al.
2014MNRAS.442..220F viz 16       D               1 1085 3 The FEROS-Lick/SDSS observational data base of spectral indices of FGK stars for stellar population studies. FRANCHINI M., MOROSSI C., MARCANTONIO P.D., et al.
2013A&A...557A.122G 80           X         2 52 19 Hot subdwarf stars in close-up view. IV. Helium abundances and the 3He isotopic anomaly of subdwarf B stars. GEIER S., HEBER U., EDELMANN H., et al.
2009A&A...499..865H 39           X         1 15 14 A high-resolution study of isotopic composition and chemical abundances of blue horizontal branch stars in the globular clusters NGC6397 and NGC6752. HUBRIG S., CASTELLI F., DE SILVA G., et al.
2003ApJS..149..101B 144 78 Rotation velocities of red and blue field horizontal-branch stars. BEHR B.B.
2001MNRAS.328..291T 7 10 A peculiar metal-rich star, HD 135485. TRUNDLE C., DUFTON P.L., ROLLESTON W.R.J., et al.
1999ApJ...524..242G 1 29 156 Hot horizontal-branch stars: the ubiquitous nature of the ``Jump'' in Stromgren u, low gravities, and the role of radiative levitation of Metals(1). GRUNDAHL F., CATELAN M., LANDSMAN W.B., et al.
1998A&AS..132....1U 85 43 Infrared flux excesses from hot subdwarfs. II. 72 more objects. ULLA A. and THEJLL P.
1997ApJS..111..419H 23 29 Early-type stars in the galactic halo from the Palomar-green survey. I. A sample of evolved, low-mass stars. HAMBLY N.C., ROLLESTON W.R.J., KEENAN F.P., et al.
1991IAUS..145..363H 17 30 Atmospheres and abundances of blue horizontal branch stars and related object. HEBER U.
1989SAAOC..13...69K 126 11 Radial velocities and spectral types for a sample of faint blue stars. KILKENNY D. and MULLER S.
1988SAAOC..12....1K viz 1210 56 A catalogue of spectroscopically identified hot subdwarf stars. KILKENNY D., HEBER U. and DRILLING J.S.
1987MitAG..70...79H 17 20 Spectral analysis of hot subdwarfs. (Field- versus globular-cluster population). HEBER U.
1986NIA86......279H 17 ~ Analysis of faint blue stars at high galactic latitudes. HEBER U. and LANGHANS G.
1977MNRAS.178..123K 61 36 Photometry of faint blue stars. II. A second list of southern stars. KILKENNY D., HILL P.W. and BROWN A.
1974ApJS...28..157G 209 344 The nature of faint blue stars in the halo. II. GREENSTEIN J.L. and SARGENT A.I.
1973ApJS...26...37N 236 134 The evolutionary status of the blue halo stars. NEWELL E.B.

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