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V* UY Sct , the SIMBAD biblio (52 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2020.08.12CEST21:16:26


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2018MNRAS.475.2003D viz 134           X   F     2 606 2 The red supergiant population in the Perseus arm. DORDA R., NEGUERUELA I. and GONZALEZ-FERNANDEZ C.
2018MNRAS.481..930Y 45           X         1 5 ~ Dark passengers in stellar surveys. YALINEWICH A., BENIAMINI P., HOTOKEZAKA K., et al.
2017A&A...597A...9W 261           X C       5 27 3 VLTI/AMBER spectro-interferometry of the late-type supergiants V766 Cen (=HR 5171 A), σ Oph, BM Sco, and HD 206859. WITTKOWSKI M., ARROYO-TORRES B., MARCAIDE J.M., et al.
2016A&A...595A.105D 213           X C       4 119 3 Characterisation of red supergiants in the Gaia spectral range. DORDA R., GONZALEZ-FERNANDEZ C. and NEGUERUELA I.
2016ApJ...819..108B 46           X         1 30 103 Compact binary merger rates: comparison with LIGO/Virgo upper limits. BELCZYNSKI K., REPETTO S., HOLZ D.E., et al.
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.
2015A&A...575A..50A 418           X C       9 30 29 What causes the large extensions of red supergiant atmospheres? Comparisons of interferometric observations with 1D hydrostatic, 3D convection, and 1D pulsating model atmospheres. ARROYO-TORRES B., WITTKOWSKI M., CHIAVASSA A., et al.
2015ApJ...806..263D 138           X         3 12 160 Double compact objects III: gravitational-wave detection rates. DOMINIK M., BERTI E., O'SHAUGHNESSY R., et al.
2014A&A...566A..88A 206           X C       4 19 10 VLTI/AMBER observations of cold giant stars: atmospheric structures and fundamental parameters. ARROYO-TORRES B., MART-VIDA I., MARCAIDE J.M., et al.
2014A&A...568A..73R 84             C       2 27 59 Giant molecular filaments in the Milky Way. RAGAN S.E., HENNING T., TACKENBERG J., 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.
2013A&A...554A..76A 2194 T K A D     X C       53 11 21 The atmospheric structure and fundamental parameters of the red supergiants AH Scorpii,
UY Scuti, and KW Sagittarii.
ARROYO-TORRES B., WITTKOWSKI M., MARCAIDE J.M., et al.
2013AJ....145...22K viz 260       D     X         7 157 12 Simultaneous observations of SiO and H2O masers toward known stellar H2O maser sources. KIM J., CHO S.-H. and KIM S.J.
2011A&A...526A.156M 16       D               1 95 91 The mass-loss rates of red supergiants and the de Jager prescription. MAURON N. and JOSSELIN E.
2007A&A...469..671J 15       D               1 26 49 Atmospheric dynamics and the mass loss process in red supergiant stars. JOSSELIN E. and PLEZ B.
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.
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.
2002yCat.2237....0D viz 15       D               1 3853 43 Catalogue of Stellar Photometry in Johnson's 11-color system. DUCATI J.R.
2000A&AS..146..217L viz 78 107 A library of 0.5 to 2.5 µm spectra of luminous cool stars. LANCON A. and WOOD P.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.
1998A&AS..129...45J 129 25 Infrared giants vs. supergiants. II. CO observations. JOSSELIN E., LOUP C., OMONT A., 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.
1997ApJS..112..557K viz 11282 170 Classification and identification of IRAS sources with low-resolution spectra. KWOK S., VOLK K. and BIDELMAN W.P.
1995ApJ...439..417G 4 2 24 RY Scuti : infrared and radio observations of the mass-loss wind of a massive binary star system. GEHRZ R.D., HAYWARD T.L., HOUCK J.R., et al.
1993A&A...267..515O viz 250 107 Characterization and proportion of very cold C-rich circumstellar envelopes. OMONT A., LOUP C., FORVEILLE T., et al.
1991A&AS...90..327T viz 2717 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.
1990ApJS...73..769J 289 78 Mass-losing M supergiants in the solar neighborhood. JURA M. and KLEINMANN S.G.
1990ApJS...74..785J 64 63 Photometry of variable AFGL sources. JONES T.J., BRYJA C.O., GEHRZ R.D., et al.
1989TarOT..94....1N 399 6 Mass loss from stars : the universal formula for mass loss rate. NUGIS T.
1988A&AS...72..259D 327 648 Mass loss rates in the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram. DE JAGER C., NIEUWENHUIJZEN H. and VAN DER HUCHT K.A.
1988ApJ...331..932T 89 12 A unified formula for mass-loss rate of O to M stars. TARAFDAR S.P.
1987Ap&SS.136..133P 23 10 Optical properties of circumstellar silicates in the visible and the near-infrared. PEGOURIE B.
1985A&A...142..451P 32 50 The optical properties of dust in the mid-IR silicate bands. PEGOURIE B. and PAPOULAR R.
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.
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.
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.
1981AJ.....86.1930B 70 18 Supergiant OH/IR stars. BOWERS P.F.
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.
1978ApJ...222..209W 125 102 Photoelectric two-dimensional spectral classification of M supergiants. WHITE N.M. and WING R.F.
1977ApJ...218..181F 19 23 On the near-infrared excesses of very cool supergiants. FAWLEY W.M.
1976SvA....20..693R 27 3 A search for 18 cm OH radio emission from infrared stars. RUDNITSKII G.M.
1975AJ.....80.1011H viz 1435 53 Classification of 831 two-micron sky survey sources south of +5 degrees. HANSEN O.L. and BLANCO V.M.
1974ApJ...188..553F 22 2 Are 2-micron absorptions and 11-micron emissions of M stars related ? FAY T.D.
1971AJ.....76..431D 61 43 Intrinsic polarization in K and M giants and supergiants. DYCK H.M. and JENNINGS M.C.
1971ApJ...165..285G 111 328 Mass loss from M stars. GEHRZ R.D. and WOOLF N.J.
1970ApJ...162..217L 136 448 Photometry of high-luminosity M-type stars. LEE T.A.
1958ApJ...128..510N 1393 24 The distribution of the BD M-type stars along the galactic equator NECKEL H.
1956PASP...68..152B 4 8 Notes from observatories. The peculiar spectrum of the variable star FR Scuti. BIDELMAN W.P.
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.

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