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2019ApJ...871..116S 373           X C       7 27 ~ Chandra observations of the massive star-forming region Onsala 2. SKINNER S.L., SOKAL K.R. and GUDEL M.
2019ApJS..244....2K 19       D               1 165 ~ Simultaneous 22 GHz water and 44 GHz methanol maser survey of ultracompact H II regions. KIM W.-J., KIM K.-T. and KIM K.-T.
2019MNRAS.487.4832C 299       D     X C F     5 53 ~ The period-luminosity relation of red supergiants with Gaia DR2. CHATYS F.W., BEDDING T.R., MURPHY S.J., et al.
2017A&A...598A.108L viz 17       D               1 303 4 Variability survey of brightest stars in selected OB associations. LAUR J., KOLKA I., EENMAE T., et al.
2017MNRAS.472.3887M viz 17       D               1 2145 4 Kinematics of OB-associations in Gaia epoch. MEL'NIK A.M. and DAMBIS A.K.
2016A&A...591A.118S viz 17       D               1 31385 40 The PASTEL catalogue: 2016 version. SOUBIRAN C., LE CAMPION J.-F., BROUILLET N., et al.
2016A&A...595A.105D 43           X         1 119 3 Characterisation of red supergiants in the Gaia spectral range. DORDA R., GONZALEZ-FERNANDEZ C. and NEGUERUELA I.
2016MNRAS.461.3296N viz 17       D               1 355 20 Multimessenger signals of long-term core-collapse supernova simulations: synergetic observation strategies. NAKAMURA K., HORIUCHI S., TANAKA M., et al.
2014A&A...566A.124L 41           X         1 10 ~ Low-amplitude and long-period radial velocity variations in giants HD 3574, 63 Cygni, and HD 216946. LEE B.-C., HAN I., PARK M.-G., et al.
2012BaltA..21..531L 33 3 Variability survey of massive stars in OB-associations: preliminary results on the Cygnus Region. LAUR J., TUVIKENE T., EENMAEE T., et al.
2012MNRAS.427..343M viz 16       D               1 95570 129 Fundamental parameters and infrared excesses of Hipparcos stars. McDONALD I., ZIJLSTRA A.A. and BOYER M.L.
2012MNRAS.427.3209J viz 16       D               1 293 33 On the metallicity dependence of crystalline silicates in oxygen-rich asymptotic giant branch stars and red supergiants. JONES O.C., KEMPER F., SARGENT B.A., et al.
2011A&A...526A.156M 16       D               2 95 91 The mass-loss rates of red supergiants and the de Jager prescription. MAURON N. and JOSSELIN E.
2011MNRAS.410..190T viz 16       D               1 7685 126 A catalogue of young runaway Hipparcos stars within 3 kpc from the Sun. TETZLAFF N., NEUHAUSER R. and HOHLE M.M.
2010A&A...514A...2I viz 16       D               1 2753 23 AKARI's infrared view on nearby stars. Using AKARI infrared camera all-sky survey, 2MASS, and Hipparcos catalogs. ITA Y., MATSUURA M., ISHIHARA D., et al.
2010A&A...515A.111S viz 16       D               1 17233 198 The PASTEL catalogue of stellar parameters. SOUBIRAN C., LE CAMPION J.-F., CAYREL DE STROBEL G., et al.
2010AN....331..349H viz 16       D               1 2354 54 Masses and luminosities of O- and B-type stars and red supergiants. HOHLE M.M., NEUHAUSER R. and SCHUTZ B.F.
2010ApJ...712..763O 79           X         2 46 8 Hard X-ray emission in the star-forming region ON 2: discovery with XMM-Newton. OSKINOVA L.M., GRUENDL R.A., IGNACE R., et al.
2010ApJ...715.1327S 39           X         1 22 12 Chandra detects the rare oxygen-type Wolf-Rayet star WR 142 and OB stars in Berkeley 87. SOKAL K.R., SKINNER S.L., ZHEKOV S.A., et al.
2009A&A...498..127V 78             C       1 42 52 The dust condensation sequence in red supergiant stars. VERHOELST T., VAN DER ZYPEN N., HONY S., et al.
2009JRASC.103...11P 48 4 Long secondary periods in pulsating red supergiants stars. PERCY J.R. and SATO H.
2008JAVSO..36...90M 387           X         10 39 18 The exciting star of the Berkeley 59/Cepheus OB4 complex and other chance variable star discoveries. MAJAESS D.J., TURNER D.G., LANE D.J., et al.
2008JAVSO..36..145P 851       S O X         21 11 4 Period changes in pulsating red supergiant stars: a science and education project. PERCY J.R., FAVARO E., GLASHEEN J., et al.
2007A&A...469..671J 131       D     X         4 26 49 Atmospheric dynamics and the mass loss process in red supergiant stars. JOSSELIN E. and PLEZ B.
2006ApJ...638..472S 13 17 The unusual silicate dust around HV 2310, an evolved star in the Large Magellanic Cloud. SLOAN G.C., DEVOST D., BERNARD-SALAS J., et al.
2006ApJS..167..239M         O           60 3 A survey of the SO JK=10-01Transition toward massive star-forming regions. MATEEN M., HOFNER P. and ARAYA E.
2006AstL...32..759G viz 15       D               35553 115 Pulkovo compilation of radial velocities for 35495 stars in a common system. GONTCHAROV G.A.
2006MNRAS.372.1721K 52 75 Variability in red supergiant stars: pulsations, long secondary periods and convection noise. KISS L.L., SZABO G.M. and BEDDING T.R.
2006PASP..118.1533T 114 T K                 13 15 The long-term behavior of the semiregular M supergiant variable

BC Cygni
2005A&A...431..773R viz 3248 98 CHARM2: An updated Catalog of High Angular Resolution Measurements. RICHICHI A., PERCHERON I. and KHRISTOFOROVA M.
2005ApJ...628..973L 119 226 The effective temperature scale of galactic red supergiants: cool, but not as cool as we thought. LEVESQUE E.M., MASSEY P., OLSEN K.A.G., et al.
2005JRASC..99U.143R 76 T                   2 0 The origin of brightness variations in
BC Cygni.
2005MNRAS.363.1111C viz 15       D               2 2121 23 Tycho-2 stars with infrared excess in the MSX Point Source Catalogue. CLARKE A.J., OUDMAIJER R.D. and LUMSDEN S.L.
2004ApJS..151..387I 15       D               216 61 A medium-resolution near-infrared spectral library of late-type stars. I. IVANOV V.D., RIEKE M.J., ENGELBRACHT C.W., et al.
2004SSRv..112....1G 335 9 The impact of space experiments on our knowledge of the physics of the Universe. GIOVANNELLI F. and SABAU-GRAZIATI L.
2003A&A...397..997P viz 4823 26 Hipparcos red stars in the HpVT2 and VIC systems. PLATAIS I., POURBAIX D., JORISSEN A., et al.
2003A&A...399.1167P viz         O           190 24 How many Hipparcos Variability-Induced Movers are genuine binaries? POURBAIX D., PLATAIS I., DETOURNAY S., et al.
2003ApJ...594..483S 91 53 Guilt by association: the 13 micron dust emission feature and its correlation to other gas and dust features. SLOAN G.C., KRAEMER K.E., GOEBEL J.H., et al.
2003ApJ...597..323B viz 184 64 Really cool stars and the star formation history at the Galactic Center. BLUM R.D., RAMIREZ S.V., SELLGREN K., et al.
2003JAVSO..31..160T 7 3 The power of archival astronomy. TURNER D.G.
2003MNRAS.343..143C 81 35 MSX mid-infrared imaging of massive star birth environments - I. Ultracompact HII regions. CROWTHER P.A. and CONTI P.S.
2003PASJ...55..229N viz 148 35 SiO maser survey of cold IRAS sources. NAKASHIMA J. and DEGUCHI S.
2002A&A...386..492R viz 2103 58 CHARM: A Catalog of High Angular Resolution Measurements. RICHICHI A. and PERCHERON I.
2002ApJS..138...35H 93 71 A near-infrared survey of radio-selected ultracompact H II regions. HANSON M.M., LUHMAN K.L. and RIEKE G.H.
2002MmSAI..73..920G 17 1 The impact of multifrequency observations on knowledge of the young open clusters: galactic gamma-ray and cosmic-ray contributors. GIOVANNELLI F.
2002yCat.2237....0D viz 15       D               1 3851 43 Catalogue of Stellar Photometry in Johnson's 11-color system. DUCATI J.R.
2001A&A...375..539C viz 47 22 Near-infrared imaging of compact HII regions in Cygnus X. COMERON F. and TORRA J.
2001AJ....121.3224M viz 1039 56 Speckle interferometry of new and problem Hipparcos binaries. II. Observations obtained in 1998-1999 from McDonald observatory. MASON B.D., HARTKOPF W.I., HOLDENRIED E.R., et al.
2001ApJ...558..194P 69 27 A methyl cyanide search for the earliest stages of massive protostars. PANKONIN V., CHURCHWELL E., WATSON C., et al.
2001BaltA..10..589A viz 2035 9 Stars with the largest Hipparcos photometric amplitudes. ADELMAN S.J.
2000A&A...357..225J viz 76 35 Observational investigation of mass loss of M supergiants. JOSSELIN E., BLOMMAERT J.A.D.L., GROENEWEGEN M.A.T., et al.
2000A&AS..143..269S viz 1601 147 A survey of the 6.7 GHz methanol maser emission from IRAS sources. I. Data. SZYMCZAK M., HRYNEK G. and KUS A.J.
2000A&AS..146..251B viz 1360 75 Absolute proper motions of open clusters. I. Observational data. BAUMGARDT H., DETTBARN C. and WIELEN R.
2000A&AS..146..437S viz 126 103 Dust features in the 10-µm infrared spectra of oxygen-rich evolved stars. SPECK A.K., BARLOW M.J., SYLVESTER R.J., et al.
2000MmSAI..71..687B 9 0 Old spectral type stars in young clusters. BERNABEI S. and POLCARO V.F.
1998A&A...339...75P 8 10 V 439 Cyg: the smallest LBV? POLCARO V.F. and NORCI L.
1998AJ....116..981V 75 ~ Radii and effective temperatures for K and M giants and supergiants. II. VAN DYCK H.M., VAN BELLE G.T. and THOMPSON R.R.
1998Ap&SS.255..197N 6 0 V439 Cyg as a late phase of stellar evolution. NORCI L., MEURS E.J.A., POLCARO V.F., et al.
1998Ap&SS.255..377D 5 0 ISO-SWS observations of stars with unusual IRAS LRS characteristics. DEGUCHI S., YAMAMURA Y. and MIZUTANI M.
1998ApJ...500..280F 35 55 Infrared spectroscopy of ultracompact H II regions. FAISON M., CHURCHWELL E., HOFNER P., et al.
1998ApJS..119..141S viz 635 82 The infrared spectral classification of oxygen-rich dust shells. SLOAN G.C. and PRICE S.D.
1998MNRAS.301.1083S 74 36 Silicate and hydrocarbon emission from galactic M supergiants. SYLVESTER R.J., SKINNER C.J. and BARLOW M.J.
1997A&A...325..178P 11 10 The WO stars. IV. Sand 5: a variable WO star. POLCARO V.F., VIOTTI R., ROSSI C., et al.
1997A&A...325..255B viz 202 60 A survey of star-forming regions in the 5 cm lines of OH. BAUDRY A., DESMURS J.F., WILSON T.L., et al.
1997Ap&SS.251..343P 5 1 V439 Cyg, the red star that became blue. POLCARO V.F. and NORCI L.
1997ApJS..112..557K viz 11279 170 Classification and identification of IRAS sources with low-resolution spectra. KWOK S., VOLK K. and BIDELMAN W.P.
1997PASP..109.1085S 86 2 Hipparcos astrometry of infrared-selected sources and the connection between optical and infrared reference frames. SUTTON E.
1996ApJ...457..267S 143 113 High-velocity molecular gas from high-mass star formation regions. SHEPHERD D.S. and CHURCHWELL E.
1996MmSAI..67..289G 59 1 Young open clusters as gamma-ray emitters. GIOVANNELLI F.
1995A&AS..114..269D viz 14       D               1 20895 127 Vitesses radiales. Catalogue WEB: Wilson Evans Batten. Radial velocities: The Wilson-Evans-Batten catalogue. DUFLOT M., FIGON P. and MEYSSONNIER N.
1995MNRAS.274..808C 146 30 Excited OH 4.7-GHz masers associated with IRAS far-infrared sources - II. COHEN R.J., MASHEDER M.R.W. and CASWELL J.L.
1995PASP..107..691I 94 0 Evaluation of a 512x512-element platinum silicide Schottky-Barrier infrared image sensor and pilot observations of the Cygnus X region. ITO M., KASABA Y., UENO M., et al.
1994AZh....71..515L 25 8 The radial velocity field in the southern part of the supershell around the Cyg OB1 association. The interstellar medium in the vicinity of the stars WR 141 and WR 142. LOZINSKAYA T.A., PRAVDIKOVA V.V. and SITNIK T.G.
1993ApJ...405..706O 101 58 An IRAS survey of star-forming regions toward Cygnus. ODENWALD S.F. and SCHWARTZ P.R.
1992A&AS...94..211G 557 198 Galactic OB associations in the Northern Milky Way Galaxy. I. Longitudes 55 to 150. GARMANY C.D. and STENCEL R.E.
1992A&AS...96..593L viz 54 125 A library of near-IR stellar spectra from 1.428 to 2.5 mu.m. LANCON A. and ROCCA-VOLMERANGE B.
1992AJ....104..377D 8 13 Variations in the 8-13 microm visibility functions of shells around oxygen-rich stars. DYCK H.M. and BENSON J.A.
1991A&A...252..590P 1 7 30 Evidence of an interacting stellar wind and possible high energy emissionin the open cluster Berkeley 87. POLCARO V.F., GIOVANNELLI F., MANCHANDA R.K., et al.
1991MmSAI..62..933P 22 6 A spectrophotometric study of the peculiar young open cluster Berkeley 87. POLCARO V.F., ROSSI C., PERSI P., et al.
1990A&A...231..431A 65 35 SiO masers in giant semi-regular variables and supergiants. ALCOLEA J., BUJARRABAL V. and GOMEZ-GONZALEZ J.
1990ApJS...73..769J 289 78 Mass-losing M supergiants in the solar neighborhood. JURA M. and KLEINMANN S.G.
1990MNRAS.246..169P viz 152 26 Radio continuum observations of a galactic field centred on the supernova remnant G 73.9+0.9 PINEAULT S. and CHASTENAY P.
1989AJ.....97.1120S 113 39 Infrared circumstellar shells : origins, and clues to the evolution of massive stars. STENCEL R.E., PESCE J.E. and HAGEN BAUER W.
1989AJ.....97.1763B 16 11 10 mu.m speckle interferometry observations of evolved stars. BENSON J.A., TURNER N.H. and DYCK H.M.
1989AJ.....98..931V 375 151 New LRS spectra for 356 bright IRAS sources. VOLK K. and COHEN M.
1989AcA....39..323P 9 7 V439 Cyg: an intriguing star with spectral variations. POLCARO V.F., ROSSI C., NORCI L., et al.
1989ApJS...69..831W 1 109 730 The morphologies and physical properties of ultracompact HII regions. WOOD D.O.S. and CHURCHWELL E.
1989TarOT..94....1N 399 6 Mass loss from stars : the universal formula for mass loss rate. NUGIS T.
1988A&AS...72..259D 327 513 Mass loss rates in the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram. DE JAGER C., NIEUWENHUIJZEN H. and VAN DER HUCHT K.A.
1988AJ.....95..141S 80 35 Far-infrared circumstellar "debris" shells of red supergiant stars. STENCEL R.E., PESCE J.E. and HAGEN BAUER W.
1988AJ.....96..337K 167 69 The cool components of symbiotic stars. II. Infrared photometry. KENYON S.J.
1988AJ.....96.1884H viz 318 20 The red supergiants in M 31 : spectra, colors and luminosities. HUMPHREYS R.M., PENNINGTON R.L., JONES T.J., et al.
1988AZh....65.1250Y 132 0 An analysis of correlations between polarimetric and photometric properties of young stars. YUDIN R.V.
1988ApJ...331..932T 89 12 A unified formula for mass-loss rate of O to M stars. TARAFDAR S.P.
1988MNRAS.235..603S 45 24 Circumstellar environments - III. M-supergiants. SKINNER C.J. and WHITMORE B.
1987AJ.....93..938K 133 166 The cool components of symbiotic stars. I. Optical spectral types. KENYON S.J. and FERNANDEZ-CASTRO T.
1986AJ.....92..412W 34 1 A search for optically variable objects in the Texas radio source survey. WILLS D., BOZYAN F.A., DOUGLAS J.N., et al.
1986ApJ...304..394Z 44 152 Carbon monoxide emission from stars in the IRAS and revised AFGL catalogs. I. Mass loss driven by radiation pressure on dust grains. ZUCKERMAN B. and DYCK H.M.
1985Afz....22..335V 27 1 The dependence of the polarization degree of the light of cool supergiants on their I-K colour. VARDANIAN R.A.
1985ApJS...57...91E 296 185 M supergiants in the Milky Way and the Magellanic Clouds: colors, spectral types, and luminosities. ELIAS J.H., FROGEL J.A. and HUMPHREYS R.A.
1985Obs...105..229S 22 7 IRAS observations of the cool galactic hypergiants. STICKLAND D.J.
1984Afz....20..239A 24 1 Periods, amplitudes and luminosities of red supergiants. ABRAHAMIAN H.V.
1984ApJ...285..637B 110 92 Luminosities and mass loss rates of OH/H2O maser stars. BOWERS P.F. and HAGEN W.
1983AJ.....88..666K 81 95 Infrared spectroscopy of symbiotic stars and the nature of their cool components. KENYON S.J. and GALLAGHER J.S.
1983ApJ...269..335H 33 84 The brightest stars as extragalactic distance indicators. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1983IBVS.2337....1E 2 6 The strange case of V439 Cygni : chequered history or multiple mis-identification ? ENGLISH D.A., HARTWICK F.D.A., COWLEY A.P., et al.
1983MNRAS.203..955H 58 3 An infrared luminosity function for star-forming molecular clouds. HARRIS S. and CLEGG P.E.
1982AJ.....87..131P 49 16 Infrared mapping of the galactic plane. II. Medium-resolution maps of the Cygnus X region. PRICE S.D., MARCOTTE L.P. and MURDOCK T.L.
1982ApJ...263..736L 1 20 80 M supergiants and star formation at the Galactic Center. LEBOFSKY M.J., RIEKE G.H. and TOKUNAGA A.T.
1982MNRAS.200..197R 27 102 Radiative transfer in dust clouds. II. Circumstellar dust shells around early M giants and supergiants. ROWAN-ROBINSON M. and HARRIS S.
1982PASP...94..789T 108 58 Berkeley 87, a heavily-obscured young cluster associated with the ON2 star-formation complex and containing the WO star Stephenson 3. TURNER D.G. and FORBES D.
1982PASP...94..835H 59 19 Observations of cool stars at 20,25 and 33 muM. HAGEN W.
1981A&A....97L...5P 1 2 12 Possible association of a WC-OVI star with an active site of star formation. PITAULT A.
1981AJ.....86.1930B 70 18 Supergiant OH/IR stars. BOWERS P.F.
1981ApJ...249L..55E 7 15 Infrared luminosities of M supergiants and their use as distance indicators. ELIAS J.H., FROGEL J.A., HUMPHREYS R.M., et al.
1981PZP.....4...85B 433 0 Suggested identifications for infrared sources. BUSCOMBE W.
1979ApJ...228L.115K 14 10 Sporadic mass ejection in red supergiants. KAFATOS M. and MICHALITSIANOS A.G.
1978A&AS...34..409S 37 29 Spectral type and luminosity classification of late-type M stars from near-infrared image tube coude spectrograms. SOLF J.
1978AJ.....83...36D 95 26 New silicon monoxide masers. DICKINSON D.F., SNYDER L.E., BROWN L.W., et al.
1978ApJ...220...75F 2 47 658 Photometric studies of composite stellar systems. I. CO and JHK observations of E and S0 galaxies. FROGEL J.A., PERSSON S.E., AARONSON M., et al.
1978ApJ...220..442A 40 72 Photometric studies of composite stellar systems. II. Observations of H2O absorption and the coolest stellar component of E and S0 galaxies. AARONSON M., FROGEL J.A. and PERSSON S.E.
1978ApJ...222..209W 125 102 Photoelectric two-dimensional spectral classification of M supergiants. WHITE N.M. and WING R.F.
1978ApJ...226..151M 1 11 56 Supersonic stellar winds and rapid mass loss in cool stars. MULLAN D.J.
1978ApJS...38..309H 1050 987 Studies of luminous stars in nearby galaxies. I. Supergiants and O stars in the Milky Way. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1977ApJ...218..181F 19 23 On the near-infrared excesses of very cool supergiants. FAWLEY W.M.
1976AJ.....81..641K 50 19 Wavelength dependence of polarization. XXXI. Cool stars. KRUSZEWSKI A. and COYNE G.V.
1975ApJ...201L..81H 9 20 Possible identification of a circumstellar 33 micron silicate emission band in cool-star spectra. HAGEN W., SIMON T. and DYCK M.M.
1973ApJ...186..193M 76 73 Broad-band 20-micron photometry of 76 stars. MORRISON D. and SIMON T.
1972A&A....16..329G 52 19 Spectral properties of luminous late-type stars. GAHM G.F. and HULTQVIST L.
1972A&A....17..385W 449 150 Characteristics of OH emission from infrared stars. WILSON W.J. and BARRETT A.H.
1972A&A....21..239H 58 111 Long wavelength spectrometry and photometry of M, S and C-stars. HACKWELL J.A.
1972PASP...84..373S 103 34 A recalibration of the absolute magnitudes of supergiants. STOTHERS R.
1972PASP...84..613N 32 18 Infrared excesses in supergiant stars. Evidence for silicates. NEY E.P.
1971AJ.....76..231G 1 4 36 A comparison of the two-micron sky survey with the Dearborn catalog of faint red stars. GRASDALEN G.L. and GAUSTAD J.E.
1971ApJ...165..285G 111 328 Mass loss from M stars. GEHRZ R.D. and WOOLF N.J.
1970A&A.....9..259W 8 25 Further observations of some OH sources in Cygnus. WINNBERG A.
1970ApJ...161L.213G 23 53 RV Tauri stars: a new class of infrared objects. GEHRZ R.D. and WOOLF N.J.
1970ApJ...161L.219G 18 24 Observations of anomalous radiation at long wavelenghts from IC class variables. GEHRZ R.D., NEY E.P. and STRECKER D.W.
1970ApJ...162..217L 136 448 Photometry of high-luminosity M-type stars. LEE T.A.
1969MmSAI..40..375R 112 17 Researches with the Schmidt telescopes. III. Variables stars in the field of gamma Cygni. ROMANO G.
1969PASP...81..887G 67 T                   1 4 6 The possible OH source
BC Cygni.
1959JO.....42...33P 81 9 Listes et classifications d'etoiles M, S, C trouvees dans divers champs pris aux prismes objectifs a vision directe. PERRAUD H. and PELLETIER B.
1958ApJ...128..510N 1393 24 The distribution of the BD M-type stars along the galactic equator NECKEL H.
1957BAICz...8..166S 9 0 On the apparent distribution of irregular variable in low galactic latitudes. STOHL J.
1956ApJ...124..346C 731 20 Spectral classification of red variables along the galactic equator. CAMERON D. and NASSAU J.J.
1954AJ.....59..396B 55 10 Photoelectric colors of early M-type stars. BLANCO V.M.
1954ApJ...120..478N 13       D               1 212 51 Reddened early M and S-type stars near the galactic equator. NASSAU J.J., BLANCO V.M. and MORGAN W.W.
1953GCRV..C......0W viz 13       D               1 15121 750 General Catalogue of Stellar Radial Velocities WILSON R.E.
1941PASP...53..290S 6 1 Spectral classification of five red variables. SANFORD R.F.
1911HarCi.167....0F 35 ~ Stars having peculiar spectra. 31 new variables stars. FLEMING M.
1899ApJ.....9..119D 54 2 On the spectra of stars of class IIIb. DUNER N.C.

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