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1904AN....166...39P 6 0 Six new variable stars. PICKERING E.C.
1954ApJS....1..175B 688 168 Catalogue and bibliography of emission-line stars of types later than B. BIDELMAN W.P.
1968AJ.....73..431P 112 24 Results of an infrared stellar survey. PRICE S.D.
1972A&A....17..385W 449 150 Characteristics of OH emission from infrared stars. WILSON W.J. and BARRETT A.H.
1973ApJ...181L.135D 31 58 Long-period variables: correlation of stellar period with OH radial-velocity pattern. DICKINSON D.F. and CHAISSON E.J.
1974IAUS...60..423C 38 16 Radio observations of IR/OH/H2O stars. CASWELL J.L.
1975ApJ...197..329S 29 95 Detection of new stellar sources of vibrationally excited silicon monoxide maser emission at 6.95 millimeters. SNYDER L.E. and BUHL D.
1975ApJ...199..131D 33 82 Long-period variables: further work on the correlation of period with OH radial-velocity pattern. DICKINSON D.F., KOLLBERG E. and YNGVESSON S.
1976A&A....48..269L 107 34 New H2O sources associated with late-type stars. LEPINE J.R.D., PAES DE BARROS M.H. and GAMMON R.H.
1976ApJ...207..784R 37 30 On the stellar velocity of long-period variables and OH maser stars. REID M.J.
1976ApJS...30..259D 245 66 Water emission from infrared stars. DICKINSON D.F.
1977A&A....56..219L 83 28 Characteristics of the H2 O emission from Mira variables. LEPINE J.R.D. and PAES DE BARROS M.H.
1977A&A....57..115B 105 53 OH Mira variables-the light curve shapes and implications for mass loss. BOWERS P.F. and KERR F.J.
1977MNRAS.180..415B 71 50 Observations of SiO masers at 43 GHz with the Parkes radio telescope. BALISTER M., BATCHELOR R.A., HAYNES R.F., et al.
1978AJ.....83.1206K 81 35 Stellar H 2 O masers. KLEINMANN S.G., DICKINSON D.F. and SARGENT D.G.
1978ApJ...225..869L 90 71 Observations of SiO maser sources at 43.122 GHz. LEPINE J.R.D., LE SQUEREN A.M. and SCALISE E.
1978MSS...C02....0H viz 14       D               1 30374 ~ Catalogue of two dimentional spectral types for the HD stars, Vol. 2 HOUK N.
1979A&A....75..351N 93 78 OH maser luminosity and expansion velocity gradient in Mira envelopes. NGUYEN-QUANG-RIEU, LAURY-MICOULAUT C., WINNBERG A., et al.
1979ApJ...227..220W 2 19 199 Pulsation and mass loss in Mira variables. WOOD P.R.
1982ApJ...253..208J 60 60 A search for the infrared counterpart of type II OH masers. II. Statistical analysis. JONES T.J., HYLAND A.R., CASWELL J.L., et al.
1982MNRAS.201..439F 1 12 115 The infrared properties of mira-type variables and other cool stars as determined from JHKL photometry. FEAST M.W., ROBERTSON B.S.C., CATCHPOLE R.M., et al.
1982ChA&A...6..104S 42 0 A further discussion on the mass loss of Mira stars. SUN J., WU S.-M. and FAN Y.
1983A&A...124..123E 59 112 The nature of OH/IR stars. ENGELS D., KREYSA E., SCHULTZ G.V., et al.
1983ApJ...265..748W 27 69 Long-period variables in the galactic bulge : evidence for a young super-metal-rich population. WOOD P.R. and BESSELL M.S.
1985PASP...97..616H 271 89 The brightest high-latitude 12-micron IRAS sources. HACKING P., NEUGEBAUER G., EMERSON J., et al.
1986A&AS...65..607O 5418 357 IRAS catalogues and atlases. Atlas of Low-Resolution Spectra. OLNON F.M., RAIMOND E. (The IRAS Science Team)
1986ApJ...310..710B 17 32 The velocity dispersion of old stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud. BESSELL M.S., FREEMAN K.C. and WOOD P.R.
1986BICDS..30...61H 51 2 Finding charts of radio stars for the Hipparcos mission. HERING R., SCHWERDTFEGER H.M. and WALTER H.G.
1987ApJ...315..654V 467 41 On the contribution of interstellar extinction to the 10 micron dust feature in OH/IR stars. VOLK K. and KWOK S.
1987MitAG..70..300S 61 1 Optical positions of radio stars SCHWERDTFEGER H.M., HERING R. and WALTER H.C.
1988A&AS...73..181V 380 9 Classification of Mira variables based on visual light curve shape. VARDYA M.S.
1989A&AS...78..399T 727 121 A catalogue of stellar 1612 MHz maser sources. TE LINTEL HEKKERT P., VERSTEEGE-HANSEL H.A., HABING H.J., et al.
1989JAVSO..18...28L 70 T                   1 6 2 Revised elements. IV. R Pyxidis, RT Velorum,
V Microscopii, WW Aquarii, RT Aquarii and RT Octantis.
LYSAGHT M.G.
1990AJ.....99.1173L 288 99 Emission features in IRAS LRS spectra of Mira variables. LITTLE-MARENIN I.R. and LITTLE S.J.
1991A&AS...89..411C 43 2 Optical positions of radiostars. III. COSTA E. and LOYOLA P.
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.
1991AJ....101.1304H 188 58 Long-period variables in the Large Magellanic Cloud. III. Evidence of a kinematic spheroidal population. HUGHES S.M.G., WOOD P.R. and REID N.
1991AcApS..11..255C 322 2 Stellar maser characteristics and their analysis based on IRAS data. CHEN P.-S., GAO H. and BAO M.-X.
1992ApJS...79..105J 317 109 Short-and intermediate-period oxygen-rich Miras. JURA M. and KLEINMANN S.G.
1992JApA...13..241P 160 15 SiO maser emission and the intrinsic properties of Mira variables. PATEL N.A., JOSEPH A. and GANESAN R.
1993ApJ...411..188A viz 299 17 IRAS variables as galactic structure tracers : classification of the bright variables. ALLEN L.E., KLEINMANN S.G. and WEINBERG M.D.
1993ApJS...86..517Y 508 78 Circumstellar shells resolved in the IRAS survey data. I. Data processing procedure, results, and confidence tests. YOUNG K., PHILLIPS T.G. and KNAPP G.R.
1993PASJ...45...65N 237 21 Infrared spectra and circumstellar emission of IRAS sources with ten-micron silicate absorption. NOGUCHI K., QIAN Z., WANG G., et al.
1994A&AS..103..107H 170 29 86 GHz SiO, v=1, J=2⟶1 survey of southern IRAS point sources. II. Detection of 74 new maser sources. HAIKALA L.K., NYMAN L.-A. and FORSSTROEM V.
1994A&AS..107..445H viz 438 31 Circumstellar dust envelopes of oxygen-rich AGB stars. HASHIMOTO O.
1994MNRAS.267..711W viz 86 198 High-mass-loss AGB stars in the South Galactic Cap. WHITELOCK P., MENZIES J., FEAST M., et al.
1996A&A...313..180O 78 8 AGB stars: densities and formation rates obtained from OH/IR stars. ORTIZ R. and MACIEL W.J.
1997ApJS..112..557K viz 11284 170 Classification and identification of IRAS sources with low-resolution spectra. KWOK S., VOLK K. and BIDELMAN W.P.
1998A&A...330..169D 42 25 Detection of short-term variations in Mira-type variables from Hipparcos photometry. DE LAVERNY P., MENNESSIER M.O., MIGNARD F., et al.
1998ApJS..119..141S viz 635 82 The infrared spectral classification of oxygen-rich dust shells. SLOAN G.C. and PRICE S.D.
1999A&AS..140...55B viz 358 14 Period-Luminosity-Colour distribution and classification of Galactic oxygen-rich LPVs. I. Luminosity calibrations. BARTHES D., LURI X., ALVAREZ R., et al.
2000MNRAS.315..856L 32 36 Modelling of oxygen-rich envelopes using corundum and silicate grains. LORENZ-MARTINS S. and POMPEIA L.
2000MNRAS.317..460F viz 848 53 Mira kinematics from Hipparcos data: a Galactic bar to beyond the Solar circle. FEAST M.W. and WHITELOCK P.A.
2001A&A...374..968M viz 824 16 Long period variable stars: galactic populations and infrared luminosity calibrations. MENNESSIER M.O., MOWLAVI N., ALVAREZ R., et al.
2001A&A...376..997L viz 149 41 Galactic mass-losing AGB stars probed with the IRTS. I. LE BERTRE T., MATSUURA M., WINTERS J.M., et al.
2001AJ....121.2752H 65 3 On the difference between type E and type A OH/IR stars. HE J.H. and CHEN P.S.
2001ApJ...560..400L 119 11 On the transience of high-latitude OH/IR stars. II. Thermal pulse link. LEWIS B.M.
2001PASJ...53..305D 165 13 SiO maser survey of southern IRAS sources. DEGUCHI S., NAKASHIMA J. and BALASUBRAMANYAM R.
2001BaltA..10..589A viz 2039 9 Stars with the largest Hipparcos photometric amplitudes. ADELMAN S.J.
2002AcA....52..397P viz 15       D               2893 1002 The All Sky Automated Survey. Catalog of variable stars. I. 0h -6h quarter of the Southern hemisphere. POJMANSKI G.
2002yCat.2237....0D viz 15       D               1 3850 43 Catalogue of Stellar Photometry in Johnson's 11-color system. DUCATI J.R.
2003A&A...403..943L viz 1058 37 Galactic mass-losing AGB stars probed with the IRTS. II. LE BERTRE T., TANAKA M., YAMAMURA I., et al.
2010ApJS..190..203P viz 15       D               1 2650 25 3.6 years of DIRBE near-infrared stellar light curves. PRICE S.D., SMITH B.J., KUCHAR T.A., et al.
2014AJ....148....3L viz 16       D               2 136 8 Bright debris disk candidates detected with the AKARI/Far-infrared surveyor. LIU Q., WANG T. and JIANG P.
1993yCat.3135....0C viz 14       D               1 252863 16 VizieR Online Data Catalog: Henry Draper Catalogue and Extension, published in Ann. Harvard Obs. 91-100 (1918-1925) CANNON A.J. and PICKERING E.C.
2016ApJS..227....6V viz 16       D               1 2891 2 Determination of pulsation periods and other parameters of 2875 stars classified as Mira in the All Sky Automated Survey (ASAS). VOGT N., CONTRERAS-QUIJADA A., FUENTES-MORALES I., et al.
2017ARep...61...80S viz 17       D               7151 72 General catalogue of variable stars: Version GCVS 5.1 SAMUS N.N., KAZAROVETS E.V., DURLEVICH O.V., et al.
2017AJ....154..115H viz 17       D               1 22390 7 Optimized trajectories to the nearest stars using lightweight high-velocity photon sails. HELLER R., HIPPKE M. and KERVELLA P.
2018A&A...618A..58M 17       D               1 89645 3 Gaia Data Release 2. The first Gaia catalogue of long-period variable candidates. MOWLAVI N., LECOEUR-TAIBI I., LEBZELTER T., et al.
2019A&A...623A..72K viz 17       D               1 117241 ~ Stellar and substellar companions of nearby stars from Gaia DR2. Binarity from proper motion anomaly. KERVELLA P., ARENOU F., MIGNARD F., et al.
2021ApJS..254...42B viz 19       D               1 115362 ~ The Hipparcos-Gaia Catalog of Accelerations: Gaia EDR3 edition. BRANDT T.D.

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