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2020A&A...644A..62C 205       D     X C       4 108 ~ The historical record of massive star formation in Cygnus. COMERON F., DJUPVIK A.A., SCHNEIDER N., et al.
2020ApJ...902...24D 19       D               2 82 ~ Short-term variability of evolved massive stars with TESS. II. A new class of cool, pulsating supergiants. DORN-WALLENSTEIN T.Z., LEVESQUE E.M., NEUGENT K.F., et al.
2019AJ....158...20M viz 18       D               1 935 ~ A catalog of known Galactic K-M stars of class I candidate red supergiants in Gaia DR2. MESSINEO M. and BROWN A.G.A.
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.
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.
2014AJ....147...22K viz 16       D               1 341 11 Statistical studies based on simultaneous SiO and H2 O maser surveys toward evolved stars. KIM J., CHO S.-H. and KIM S.J.
2013BaltA..22..181M viz 16       D               1 86 5 Seven-color photometry and classification of stars in the direction of open cluster M 29 (NGC 6913) in Cygnus. MILASIUS K., BOYLE R.P., VRBA F.J., et al.
2012A&A...548A..79A viz 16       D               1 5262 33 The first INTEGRAL-OMC catalogue of optically variable sources. ALFONSO-GARZON J., DOMINGO A., MAS-HESSE J.M., 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.427.3209J 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.
2010ApJS..188..209K 16       D               4 170 42 Simultaneous observations of SiO and H2 O masers toward known stellar SiO and H2 O maser sources. I. KIM J., CHO S.-H., OH C.S., et al.
2010NewAR..54....1L 195           X C       4 34 13 The physical properties of red supergiants Review Article LEVESQUE E.M.
2009AJ....137.4744L 39           X         1 17 16 The physical properties of the red supergiant WOH G64: the largest star known? LEVESQUE E.M., MASSEY P., PLEZ B., et al.
2008A&A...477..223Y 15       D               1 66 78 On the evolution and fate of super-massive stars. YUNGELSON L.R., VAN DEN HEUVEL E.P.J., VINK JORICK S., et al.
2008RMxAC..33...29M 77             C       1 9 1 The physical properties of red supergiants. MASSEY P., PLEZ B., LEVESQUE E.M., et al.
2007A&A...465..457C 15       D               2 21 31 Arcsecond-resolution 12CO mapping of the yellow hypergiants IRC +10420 and AFGL 2343. CASTRO-CARRIZO A., QUINTANA-LACACI G., BUJARRABAL V., et al.
2007ApJ...669..446N viz 15       D               2 80 18 Correlation between infrared colors and intensity ratios of SiO maser lines. NAKASHIMA J.-I. and DEGUCHI S.
2006PASP..118..947T 211 4 Astrophysics in 2005. TRIMBLE V., ASCHWANDEN M.J. and HANSEN C.J.
2005A&A...438..273V 96 171 An empirical formula for the mass-loss rates of dust-enshrouded red supergiants and oxygen-rich Asymptotic Giant Branch stars. VAN LOON J.T., CIONI M.-R.L., ZIJLSTRA A.A., et al.
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.
2005ApJ...634.1286M 2 9 44 The reddening of red supergiants: when smoke gets in your eyes. MASSEY P., PLEZ B., LEVESQUE E.M., et al.
2005MNRAS.363.1111C viz 15       D               2 2120 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.
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.
2002A&A...384..965B 47 8 CO 1st overtone spectra of cool evolved stars: Diagnostics for hydrodynamic atmosphere models. BIEGING J.H., RIEKE M.J. and RIEKE G.H.
2002yCat.2237....0D viz 15       D               1 3851 43 Catalogue of Stellar Photometry in Johnson's 11-color system. DUCATI J.R.
2000A&A...357..225J viz 75 35 Observational investigation of mass loss of M supergiants. JOSSELIN E., BLOMMAERT J.A.D.L., GROENEWEGEN M.A.T., et al.
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.
1998A&ARv...8..145D 68 116 The yellow hypergiants. DE JAGER C.
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.
1997ApJS..111..445W viz 121 150 Medium-resolution spectra of normal stars in the K band. WALLACE L. and HINKLE K.
1997ApJS..112..557K viz 11281 170 Classification and identification of IRAS sources with low-resolution spectra. KWOK S., VOLK K. and BIDELMAN W.P.
1996AJ....112.1988B 65 61 Really cool stars at the Galactic Center. BLUM R.D., SELLGREN K. and DEPOY D.L.
1996ApJS..107..281H viz 181 245 A spectral atlas of hot, luminous stars at 2 microns. HANSON M.M., CONTI P.S. and RIEKE M.J.
1995A&AS..111..237L viz 241 25 Mainline OH detection rates from blue circumstellar shells. LEWIS B.M., DAVID P. and LE SQUEREN A.M.
1995AJ....110.2910H 67 11 An infrared color-magnitude relationship. HICKMAN M.A., SLOAN G.C. and CANTERNA R.
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.
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..101..153P viz 769 103 Classification and statistical properties of galactic H2O masers. PALAGI F., CESARONI R., COMORETTO G., et al.
1993AJ....106..337E 18 3 Radio observations of peculiar emission-line Algol binary stars. ELIAS II N.M. and GUDEL M.
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.
1992JApA...13..241P 161 15 SiO maser emission and the intrinsic properties of Mira variables. PATEL N.A., JOSEPH A. and GANESAN R.
1991A&A...242..211J 184 96 Observational properties of v = 1, J = 1 - 0 SiO masers. JEWELL P.R., SNYDER L.E., WALMSLEY C.M., et al.
1991A&AS...90..327T viz 2716 185 1612 MHz OH survey of IRAS point sources. I. Observations made at Dwingeloo, Effelsberg and Parkes. TE LINTEL HEKKERT P., CASWELL J.L., HABING H.J., et al.
1991AcApS..11..255C 322 2 Stellar maser characteristics and their analysis based on IRAS data. CHEN P.-S., GAO H. and BAO M.-X.
1990A&A...231..431A 65 35 SiO masers in giant semi-regular variables and supergiants. ALCOLEA J., BUJARRABAL V. and GOMEZ-GONZALEZ J.
1990A&AS...84..179C 408 146 The Arcetri atlas of H2O maser sources. COMORETTO G., PALAGI F., CESARONI R., et al.
1990ApJS...73..769J 289 78 Mass-losing M supergiants in the solar neighborhood. JURA M. and KLEINMANN S.G.
1989A&AS...81..323E 190 32 A reference catalogue of maser and thermal emission from circumstellar SiO molecules. ENGELS D. and HESKE A.
1989AJ.....97.1120S 112 39 Infrared circumstellar shells : origins, and clues to the evolution of massive stars. STENCEL R.E., PESCE J.E. and HAGEN BAUER W.
1989AJ.....98..931V 374 151 New LRS spectra for 356 bright IRAS sources. VOLK K. and COHEN M.
1988A&AS...76..445C 367 89 A catalogue of H2O maser sources north of delta = -30. CESARONI R., PALAGI F., FELLI M., et al.
1988AJ.....95..141S 79 35 Far-infrared circumstellar "debris" shells of red supergiant stars. STENCEL R.E., PESCE J.E. and HAGEN BAUER W.
1988AJ.....96..337K 166 69 The cool components of symbiotic stars. II. Infrared photometry. KENYON S.J.
1988AZh....65.1250Y 132 0 An analysis of correlations between polarimetric and photometric properties of young stars. YUDIN R.V.
1987IAUS..122..267R 21 2 Studies of variability of circumstellar H2O masers. RUDNITSKIJ G.M.
1986A&A...160..352N 64 64 SiO and H2 O maser emission in OH/IR objects and late-type variable stars. NYMAN L.-A., JOHANSSON L.E.B. and BOOTH R.S.
1986ApJ...311..335W 36 75 Mass loss from giant and supergiant stars. WANNIER P.G. and SAHAI R.
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.
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.
1985ApJ...298L..55J 64 31 New detections of maser and thermal SiO emission. JEWELL P.R., WALMSLEY C.M., WILSON T.L., et al.
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 21 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.
1984IAUS..108..145H 59 10 The brightest stars in the Magellanic Clouds and other late-type galaxies. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1983ApJ...269..335H 33 84 The brightest stars as extragalactic distance indicators. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1983ApJS...53..413G viz 742 45 The stellar component of the galaxy as seen by the AFGL Infrared Sky Survey. GRASDALEN G.L., GEHRZ R.D., HACKWELL J.A., et al.
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 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..835H 59 19 Observations of cool stars at 20,25 and 33 muM. HAGEN W.
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.
1978AJ.....83.1206K 81 35 Stellar H 2 O masers. KLEINMANN S.G., DICKINSON D.F. and SARGENT D.G.
1978ApJ...220...75F 2 46 658 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 39 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.
1978ApJS...38..309H 1049 1085 Studies of luminous stars in nearby galaxies. I. Supergiants and O stars in the Milky Way. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1975AJ.....80..512B 66 13 1612-MHz survey of M supergiants. BOWERS P.F.
1974AJ.....79.1054S 52 21 Broad-band 20, microns photometry of 63 stars. SIMON T.
1972A&A....17..385W 449 150 Characteristics of OH emission from infrared stars. WILSON W.J. and BARRETT A.H.
1972PASP...84..373S 103 34 A recalibration of the absolute magnitudes of supergiants. STOTHERS R.
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.
1970A&A.....8..315A viz 13       D               1 241 18 Extreme red stars, in Cygnus. ACKERMANN G.
1970AJ.....75..602H 691 184 The space distribution and kinematics of supergiants. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1969MmSAI..40..375R 112 17 Researches with the Schmidt telescopes. III. Variables stars in the field of gamma Cygni. ROMANO G.
1964ApJ...139..143P 16 19 KU Cygni. POPPER D.M.
1957BAICz...8..166S 9 0 On the apparent distribution of irregular variable in low galactic latitudes. STOHL J.
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.
1943AnDea...5c...1L 77 ~ Carbon stars in zones +22 to +40. LEE O.J. and BARTLETT T.J.

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