V* TZ Cha , the SIMBAD biblio

V* TZ Cha , the SIMBAD biblio (11 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2020.08.03CEST21:12:40


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2004ApJ...602..816L viz 15       D               1 296 140 A census of the Chamaeleon I star-forming region. LUHMAN K.L.
2004ApJ...614..267F viz 118 27 An X-ray census of young stars in the Chamaeleon I North cloud. FEIGELSON E.D. and LAWSON W.A.
2003A&A...404..913S viz 1239 66 Formation scenarios for the young stellar associations between galactic longitudes l=280°-360°. SARTORI M.J., LEPINE J.R.D. and DIAS W.S.
2002AJ....124.1001C viz 15       D               1 260 58 Near-infrared photometric variability of stars toward the Chamaeleon I molecular cloud. CARPENTER J.M., HILLENBRAND L.A., SKRUTSKIE M.F., et al.
1998A&A...338..977C 188 66 New young stellar object candidates in the Chamaeleon I molecular cloud discovered by DENIS. CAMBRESY L., COPET E., EPCHTEIN N., et al.
1996MNRAS.280.1071L 133 112 An improved HR diagram for Chamaeleon I pre-main-sequence stars. LAWSON W.A., FEIGELSON E.D. and HUENEMOERDER D.P.
1993AJ....105.1511H 142 81 New T Tauri stars in Chamaeleon I and Chamaeleon II. HARTIGAN P.
1993ApJ...416..623F 120 207 ROSAT X-ray study of the Chamaeleon I dark cloud. I. The stellar population. FEIGELSON E.D., CASANOVA S., MONTMERLE T., et al.
1992ApJ...385..217G 137 148 A study of the stellar population in the Chamaeleon dark clouds. GAUVIN L.S. and STROM K.M.
1987MNRAS.224..497W 115 89 A study of the Chamaeleon dark cloud and T-association -I.Extinction, distance and membership. WHITTET D.C.B., KIRRANE T.M., KILKENNY D., et al.
1962ZA.....55..290H 57 37 Ein system von Dunkelwolken bei epsilon Chamaleontis. HOFFMEISTER C.

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