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1850CDT..1784..227M 111 ~ Catalogue des nebuleuses et des amas d'etoiles. MESSIER C.
1892AN....129..233K 83 0 Beobachtungen von Nebelflecken und Sternhaufen mit einem Lamellenmikrometer. KEMPF P.
1898ApJ.....8..226B 62 T                   1 2 2 The great nebula of
Andromeda.
BARNARD E.E.
1898ApJ.....8..261P 9 0 Witt's planet DQ. PICKERING E.C. and WENDELL O.C.
1899ApJ.....9..149S 62 T                   1 1 12 On the spectrum of the great nebula in
Andromeda.
SCHEINER J.
1899ApJ.....9..184H 62 T                   1 1 1 The Yerkes Observatory of the University of Chicago, bulletin no. 6. Parallax of the
Andromeda nebula. The spectrum of Saturn's rings.
HALE G.E.
1919ApJ....50..107S 106 8 Studies based on the colors and magnitudes in stellar clusters. XIV. Further remarks on the structure of the galactic system. SHAPLEY H. and SHAPLEY M.B.
1919ApJ....50..376L 43 0 Photographic effective wavelengths of nebulae and clusters. LUNDMARK K. and LINDBLAD B.
1920ApJ....52..162S 8 8 The surface brightness of the galactic system as seen from a distant external point and a comparison with spiral nebulae. SEARES F.H.
1921ApJ....53....1R 2 1 Radiation pressure and celestial motions. RUSSELL H.N.
1922ApJ....55..406O 66 T                   1 1 38 An estimate of the distance of the
Andromeda Nebula.
OPIK E.
1925ApJ....61..353S 63 23 Analysis of radial velocities of globular clusters and non-galactic nebulae. STROMBERG G.
1926ApJ....64..321H 407 774 Extragalactic nebulae. HUBBLE E.P.
1929ApJ....69..103H 63 T                   1 57 185 A spiral nebula as a stellar system,
Messier 31.
HUBBLE E.
1932ApJ....76...44H 64 T                   1 126 113 Nebulous objects in
Messier 31 provisionnally identified as globular clusters.
HUBBLE E.
1936ApJ....84..158H 9 70 The luminosity function of nebulae. I. The luminosity function of resolved nebulae as indicated by their brightest stars. HUBBLE E.
1938JRASC..32...69S 22 22 The bright nova of 1860 in the globular cluster Messier 80 and its relation to supernovae. SAWYER H.B.
1939LicOB..19...41B 69 T                   1 1 51 The rotation of the
Andromeda nebula.
BABCOCK H.W.
1942ApJ....95...24W 67 T                   1 2 68 Distribution of mass in the spiral nebulae
Messier 31 and Messier 33.
WYSE A.B. and MAYALL N.U.
1944ApJ...100..137B 75 T                   1 3 293 The resolution of Messier 32, NGC 205, and the central region of the
Andromeda Nebula.
BAADE W.
1945ApJ...102..377S 65 T                   1 11 36 Nebulous objects in the
Andromeda nebula.
SEYFERT C.K. and NASSAU J.J.
1946ApJ...104..290M 40 107 The radial velocities of fifty globular star clusters. MAYALL N.U.
1949PZ......7..109P 9 16 Final light curves of 6 novas and 3 supernovae. PARENAGO P.P.
1950AJ.....55...66H 66 T                   1 2 18 H-alpha emission objects in
M 31 and M 33.
HARO G.
1953MNRAS.113..123H 27 36 A survey of 23 localized radio sources in the Northern hemisphere. HANBURY BROWN R. and HAZARD C.
1953PASP...65...24M 65 T                   1 6 38 Four nebulous objects in the outer parts of the
Andromeda nebula.
MAYALL N.U. and EGGEN O.J.
1954AJ.....59..162S 11 75 The luminosity function for the globular cluster M 3. SANDAGE A.R.
1954ApJ...119..215B 2 12 195 In the identification of radio sources. BAADE W. and MINKOWSKI R.
1954PASP...66..324S 4 3 Variables stars found by Edwin Hubble in the globular cluster NGC 7006. SANDAGE A.
1954ZA.....34..137F 65 T                   1 62 13 Die Intensitat und Farbverteilung im Andromeda-Nebel. FRICKE W.
1955AJ.....60..151B 65 T                   1 8 31 Planetary nebulae in
M 31.
BAADE W.
1956AJ.....61...15A 68 T                   1 10 194 Novae in the
Andromeda nebula.
ARP H.C.
1956MNRAS.116..587F 16 11 Red supergiants in the Large Magellanic Cloud. FEAST M.W. and THACKERAY A.D.
1957ApJ...126..585S 66 T                   1 6 23 Observations of discrete sources, the Coma cluster, the Moon, and the
Andromeda nebula at a wave length of 75 cm.
SEEGER C.L., WESTERHOUT G. and CONWAY R.G.
1957MNRAS.117..680W 38 38 The spectra of radio stars. WHITFIELD G.R.
1957PASP...69..291M 43 149 A spectral classification of galaxies. MORGAN W.W. and MAYALL N.U.
1957AZh....34....8V 16 9 The morphology of galaxies. III. Diffuse matter in spherical stellar systems. VORONTSOV-VELYAMINOV B.A.
1957BAN....14....1V 75 T                   1 1 68 Rotation and density distribution of the
Andromeda nebula derived from observations of the 21-cm line.
VAN DE HULST H.C., RAIMOND E. and VAN WOERDEN H.
1957BAN....14...17S 72 T                   1 1 44 The distribution of mass in
M 31.
SCHMIDT M.
1958PASP...70..143M 21 24 The problem of the identification of extragalactic radio sources. MINKOWSKI R.
1958AZh....35..858V 33 11 The interaction of galaxies and the nature of their arms, spanning filaments and tails. The morphology of galaxies. V. VORONTSOV-VEL'YAMINOV B.A.
1958BOTT....2q...3P 1 5 46 The masses of spherical galaxies M 32 a likely application. POVEDA A.
1958CoAsi..93....1G 66 T                   1 1 1 Osservazioni di altre dodici stelle nuove scoperte ad Asiago nella galassia
M 31 d'Andromeda.
GRUBISSICH C. and ROSINO L.
1959ApJ...129..608S 12 1 88 The rate of star formation in the galaxy. SALPETER E.E.
1959ApJ...130...15B 9 21 Kinematic and potential energy in Stephan's Quintet. BURBIDGE G.R. and BURBIDGE E.M.
1959PASP...71....5V 15 4 The evolution of galaxies. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1959PASP...71..101M 2 3 49 Analysis of composite radiation. III. The mass-luminosity ratio in stellar systems. MUNCH G.
1959PASP...71..106B 8 3 179 Analysis of composite radiation. IV. Population inferences from star counts, surface brightnesses, and colors. BAUM W.A.
1959BAN....14..335W 2 7 Observations of M 32 at 21 cm. WENTZEL D.G. and VAN WOERDEN H.
1960ApJ...131..163H 67 T                   1 5 68 Colors and magnitudes of clusters in
M 31 and M 33.
HILTNER W.A.
1960ApJ...131..250M 72 T                   1 1 46 Expanding motions of interstellar gas in the nuclear region of
Messier 31.
MUNCH G.
1960PASP...72..188H 17 17 Dwarf members of a southern cluster of galaxies. II. HODGE P.W.
1960IAUC.1747....1R 66 T                   1 1 1 Bright nova in
M 31.
ROSINO L.
1960MmSAI..31...21R 66 T                   1 9 0 Alcune variabili nuove o poco note in
Andromeda.
ROMANO G.
1961AJ.....66..169L 623 84 A new catalogue of emission-line stars and planetary nebulae in the Small Magellanic Cloud LINDSAY E.M.
1961ApJ...133..309J 74 T                   1 1 58 The nucleus of
M 31.
JOHNSON H.M.
1961MNRAS.122...51L 5 20 The surface brightness of radio sources at galactic latitudes greater than 20 degres. LESLIE P.R.R.
1961MNRAS.122...95S 3 2 47 First results of radio star observations using the method of aperture synthesis. SCOTT P.F., RYLE M. and HEWISH A.
1961IAUC.1749T...2R 66 T                   1 1 0 The bright nova in
M 31.
RICHTER N.
1962AJ.....67..334G 66 T                   1 139 31 223 Variables in the
Andromeda Nebula.
GAPOSCHKIN S.
1962AJ.....67..358G 67 T                   1 1 7 An eclipsing variable in the Andromeda Nebula (
M31).
GAPOSCHKIN S.
1962AJ.....67..471K 18 13 1705 The structure of star clusters. I. An empirical density law. KING I.
1962ApJ...135..694B 42 127 Ionized gas in spiral and irregular galaxies. BURBIDGE E.M. and BURBIDGE G.R.
1962BAICz..13..180V 66 T                   1 154 89 Photographic photometry of star clusters in galaxy
M 31.
VETESNIK M.
1963AJ.....68..435B 66 T                   1 101 215 Variable star field 96' south preceeding the nucleous of the
Andromeda galaxy.
BAADE W. and SWOPE H.H.
1963ApJ...138..385T 60 1 423 On the distribution of matter within highly flattened galaxies. TOOMRE A.
1963ApJ...138.1317J 66 T                   1 18 2 Infrared color index of
M 31 at 2.2 microns.
JOHNSON H.L. and MEINEL A.B.
1963Obs....83..245D 6 5 Limits to the neutral hydrogen mass of several galaxies. DAVIES R.D., GOTTESMAN S.T., REDDISH V.C., et al.
1963ZA.....57..143B 11 53 Uber das masse-Drehimpuls-Diagramm von Spiralnebeln und anderen Objekten. BROSCHE P.
1964AJ.....69..521E 8 11 Preliminary investigations of model distributions of atomic hydrogen in galaxies. EPSTEIN E.E.
1964AJ.....69..610V 66 T                   1 12 29 Five-color photometry of variable star field IV in
M 31.
VAN DEN BERGH S.
1964ApJ...139.1027B 66 T                   1 822 168 Positions of emission nebulae in
M 31.
BAADE W. and ARP H.C.
1964ApJ...139.1045A 67 T                   1 15 106 Spiral structure in
M 31.
ARP H.C.
1964ApJ...140...35M 1 53 480 A discussion of galaxies indentified with radio sources. MATTHEWS T.A., MORGAN W.W. and SCHMIDT M.
1964ApJS....9...65V 66 T                   1 23 153 Stellar associations in the
Andromeda Nebula.
VAN DEN BERGH S.
1964PASP...76...35H 6 21 Past explosion in the nearer galaxies. HAYWARD R.
1964AnAp...27..498R 66 T                   1 47 75 Novae in
Messier 31 discovered and observed at Asiago from 1955 to 1963.
ROSINO L.
1964Natur.202..269K 66 T                   1 57 19 Maps of
M 31 and surroundings at 600 and 1,415 megacycles per second.
KRAUS J.D.
1964IAUS...20...99B 66 T                   1 1 3 A high-resolution study of
M 31.
BURKE B.F., TURNER K.C. and TUVE M.A.
1965AJ.....70..212B 67 T                   1 465 89 Variables in the
Andromeda galaxy - Fields I and III.
BAADE W. and SWOPE H.H.
1965ApJ...141..308H 9 14 Integrated photometry of the clusters of the Fornax Dwarf Galaxy. HODGE P.W.
1965ApJ...141..750A 73 T                   1 1 36 A spectrometer survey of atomic hydrogen in the
Andromeda nebula.
ARGYLE E.
1965ApJ...142.1364M 25 88 The supergiant galaxies. MORGAN W.W. and LESH J.R.
1965ApJ...142.1376K 77 T                   1 1 63 The nucleus of
M 31.
KINMAN T.D.
1965BAN....18...42D 196 26 A catalogue of discrete sources observed at 400 Mc/s. DAVIS M.M., GELATO-VOLDERS L. and WESTERHOUT G.
1966AJ.....71..219V 67 T                   1 16 27 The association OB 78 in the
Andromeda Nebula.
VAN DEN BERGH S.
1966ApJ...143..187J 1 10 119 Infrared photometry of galaxies. JOHNSON H.L.
1966ApJ...144..559K 67 T                   1 82 20 A new high-sensitivity study of the
M31 region at 1415 Mc/s.
KRAUS J.D., DIXON R.S. and FISHER R.O.
1966ApJ...144..639R 83 T                   1 1 96 A high-resolution 21-cm hydrogen-line survey of the
Andromeda nebula.
ROBERTS M.S.
1966ApJ...144..866V 1 1 7 Observations of faint blue objects. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1966MNRAS.133..359G 71 T                   1 1 28 A neutral hydrogen survey of the southern regions of the
Andromeda nebula.
GOTTESMAN S.T., DAVIES R.D. and REDDISH V.C.
1966BAN....18..421O 4 6 163 Possible interpretations of the high-velocity clouds. OORT J.H.
1966Sci...153..411B 67 T                   1 1 4 Neutral hydrogen survey of
Andromeda galaxy.
BRUNDAGE W.D. and KRAUS J.D.
1967AJ.....72...65R 67 T                   1 12 12 Photometry of composite plates of
M 31.
RACINE R.
1967AJ.....72.1356M 67 T                   1 8 6 New variables in the direction of
M 31.
MOFFAT A.F.J.
1967ZA.....65..194H 11 50 Del Cep Sterne vom Standpunkt der Sternentwicklung. HOFMEISTER E.
1968AJ.....73..135G 626 126 Survey of radio sources observed in the continuum near 1420 MHz, declinations -5 to +70. GALT J.A. and KENNEDY J.E.D.
1968ApJ...151...21C 16 32 Sky survey of high-energy cosmic X-rays and spectra of the sources in the Crab Nebula and Cygnus. CLARK G.W., LEWIN W.H.G. and SMITH W.B.
1968ApJ...151..145B 10 6 369 Infrared observations of the Galactic Center. BECKLIN E.E. and NEUGEBAUER G.
1968AN....291...19B 34 12 Novae in M 31 auf Tautenburger Schmidt-Aufnahmen. BOERNGEN F.
1968JRASC..62..145V 45 71 The galaxies of the local group. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1969A&A.....1..208D 68 T                   1 2 12 Etude interferometrique des regions H II du bras nord-est de
M 31.
DEHARVENG J.M. and PELLET A.
1969A&A.....2..484R 69 T                   1 1 16 A note on the systemic velocity of
M 31.
RUBIN V.C. and D'ODORICO S.
1969AJ.....74...50M 2 6 80 Cyanogen absorption in the nuclei of galaxies. McCLURE R.D.
1969AJ.....74..859R 99 279 Integral properties of spiral and irregular galaxies. ROBERTS M.S.
1969AJ.....74.1000M 71 T                   1 6 165 The reddening of M 3, M 13,
M 31, M 33 from photometry of late-type field stars.
McCLURE R.D. and RACINE R.
1969ApJ...156..771V 1 6 69 The high-velocity cloud complexes as extragalactic objects in the Local Group. VERSCHUUR G.L.
1969ApJ...157...55S 89 T                   1 1 134 UBVRIHKL photometry of the central region of
M 31.
SANDAGE A.R., BECKLIN E.E. and NEUGEBAUER G.
1969ApJS...19..145V 76 T                   1 4 238 Photometric and spectroscopic observations of globular clusters in the
Andromeda nebula.
VAN DEN BERGH S.
1969MNRAS.144..101P 67 T                   1 217 130 5C3 : a radio continuum survey of
M 31 and its neighbourhood.
POOLEY G.G.
1969MNRAS.144..143P 6 32 Radio-frequency observations of the edge-on spiral galaxy NGC 4631. POOLEY G.G.
1969PASP...81..475C 5 2 68 Photoelectric photometry from a space vehicle. CODE A.D.
1969ATsir.507....1S 67 T                   1 2 0 Nova in the
Andromeda Nebula (M 31).
SHAROV A.S.
1969ATsir.514....1S 67 T                   1 1 4 Two nova in the Andronema Nebula. SHAROV A.S. and ALKSNIS A.K.
1969ApL.....4...47G 67 T                   1 2 3 Search for a neutral-atomic-hydrogen link between
M 31 and M 33.
GORDON K.J.
1969PZ.....17...22D 67 T                   1 7 1 Photographic observations of six variables in
Andromeda.
DAUBE I.A.
1970ApJ...159..379R 192 T                   1 1 752 Rotation of the
Andromeda nebula from a spectroscopic survey of emission regions.
RUBIN V.C. and FORD W.K.
1970ApJ...159..425D 5 14 Magnitudes and colors of globular clusters in the Fornax system. DE VAUCOULEURS G. and ABLES H.D.
1970ApJ...160..811F 10 36 2172 On the disks of spiral and S0 galaxies. FREEMAN K.C.
1970ApJ...160..831S 2 28 365 The intrinsic flattening of E, S0, and spiral galaxies as related to galaxy formation and evolution. SANDAGE A., FREEMAN K.C. and STOKES N.R.
1970ApJ...162..883W 6 25 Balloon-Borne studies of X-ray emission from selected regions in the northern sky. WEBBER W.R. and REINERT C.P.
1970MNRAS.149..237D 71 T                   1 1 24 Neutral hydrogen in
M 31 -I. The distribution of neutral hydrogen.
DAVIES R.D. and GOTTESMAN S.T.
1970MNRAS.149..263G 73 T                   1 1 39 Neutral hydrogen in
M 31 -II. The dynamics and kinematics of
M 31.
GOTTESMAN S.T. and DAVIES R.D.
1970AN....292..103B 67 T                   1 1 3 OB-stars on the utmost borders of
M 31.
BOERNGEN F., FRIEDRICH G., LENK G., et al.
1970IBVS..452....1S 8 1 Nova Sagittarii 1969, BV 1262. SIEVERS J.R.
1970IBVS..478....1V 67 T                   1 1 2 Possible flare star near
M 31.
VAN DEN BERGH S.
1970MmRAS..74...67G 67 T                   1 3 8 Studies of the neutral hydrogen content of the galaxies
M 31 and M 33. I. General observational methods and data reduction procedures.
GOTTESMAN S.T. and DE JAGER G.
1970MmRAS..74...73G 67 T                   2 2 4 Studies of the neutral hydrogen content of the galaxies
M 31 and M 33. II. Observations of the galaxy
M 31.
GOTTESMAN S.T.
1970MmRAS..74..123D 67 T                   1 2 3 Studies of the neutral hydrogen content of the galaxies
M 31 and M 33. III. Observations of the galaxy M 33.
DE JAGER G.
1970Obs....90...57D 2 4 Photographic photometry of stars in fields with variable background density. DIXON M.E.
1970IAUS...38...69B 67 T                   1 7 1 OB stars on the outermost borders of
M 31.
BORNGEN F., FRIEDRICH G., LENK G., et al.
1971A&A....11..171W 321 35 A statistically complete sample of radio-sources at 1400 MHz. WITZEL A., VERON P. and VERON M.P.
1971ApJ...170...25R 82 T                   1 1 93 Radial velocities and line strengths of emission lines across the nuclear disk of
M 31.
RUBIN V.C. and FORD W.K.
1971ApJS...22..445S 81 T                   1 3 258 The stellar content of the nuclei of nearby galaxies. I.
M 31, M 32, and M 81.
SPINRAD H. and TAYLOR B.J.
1971ARA&A...9...35H 3 11 206 Dwarf Galaxies. HODGE P.W.
1971IBVS..517....1S 67 T                   1 1 1 On a possible nova at great distance from the centre of
M 31.
SHAROV A.S. and ALKSNIS A.K.
1971IAUC.2366Q...1V 67 T                   1 1 0 Possible new companion to
M 31.
VAN DEN BERGH S.
1972A&A....17..468M 4 7 206 A high resolution radio continuum survey of M 51 and NGC 5195 at 1415 MHz. MATHEWSON D.S., VAN DER KRUIT P.C. and BROUW W.N.
1972A&A....18..121B 5 14 21-cm line study of the heavily obscured galaxy IC 10. BOTTINELLI L., GOUGUENHEIM L. and HEIDMANN J.
1972A&AS....7..397H 5 3 A neutral hydrogen survey of the galaxy M 33. HUCHTMEIER W.
1972ApJ...171L..31V 68 T                   1 6 69 Search for faint companions to
M 31.
VAN DEN BERGH S.
1972ApJ...175..347W 69 T                   1 1 17 High-velocity neutral hydrogen in the central region of the
Andromeda galaxy.
WHITEHURST R.N. and ROBERTS M.S.
1972ApJ...178..281G 143 259 The UHURU catalog of X-ray souces. GIACCONI R., MURRAY S., GURSKY H., et al.
1972ATsir.671....1E 67 T                   1 20 0 The composite period-age relation for Cepheids of the Magellanic Clouds,
M 31 and Galaxy.
EFREMOV Y.N.
1972ApL....11..173V 73 T                   1 1 36 High resolution observations of the nucleus, spiral structure and elliptical companions of
M 31 at 1415 MHz.
VAN DER KRUIT P.C.
1972IBVS..622....1R 67 T                   1 1 2 Novae in
M 31 discovered and observed at Asiago from 1963 to 1970.
ROSINO L.
1972MmRAS..75...85H 93 172 Inclination and absorption effects on the apparent diameters, optical luminosities and neutral hydrogen radiation of galaxies -I. Optical and 21 cm line data. HEIDMANN J., HEIDMANN N. and DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1972SvA....16...41S 67 T                   1 9 13 Estimate for the frequency of novae in the
Andromeda nebula and our galaxy.
SHAROV A.S.
1972VeSon...8...75R 67 T                   1 1 1 Katalog blauer Objekte in der weiteren Umgebung von
M31.
RICHTER G.A.
1972VA.....14..163D 1 63 378 Structure and dynamics of barred spiral galaxies, in particular of the Magellanic type. DE VAUCOULEURS G. and FREEMAN K.C.
1972IAUS...44...67D 8 17 The neutral hydrogen distribution in spiral and irregular galaxies. DAVIES R.D.
1973A&A....26..483R 6 3 124 Comparison of rotation curves of different galaxy types. ROBERT M.S. and ROTS A.H.
1973A&A....29..231V 29 87 High-resolution radio continuum observations of bright spiral galaxies in an optically complete sample at 1415 MHz. VAN DER KRUIT P.C.
1973A&A....29..335G 67 T                   1 18 10 Upper limits to H I mass and continuum emission at 1420 MHz in two companions of
M 31.
GUIBERT J.
1973A&A....29..447A 28 54 The giant spiral galaxy M 101: I. A high resolution map of the neutral hydrogen. ALLEN R.J., GOSS W.M. and VAN WOERDEN H.
1973A&AS....9..347R 67 T                   1 43 86 Novae in
M 31 discovered and observed at Asiago from 1955 to 1963.
ROSINO L.
1973A&AS...12..263G 69 T                   1 1 15 A neutral hydrogen survey of the
Andromeda Nebula.
GUIBERT J.
1973AJ.....78..375V 18 25 A search for faint variable objetcs. VAN DEN BERGH S., HERBST E. and PRITCHET C.
1973ApJ...180..351S 7 31 Optical and near-infrared observations of the nearby spiral galaxy Maffei 2. SPINRAD H., BAHCALL J., BECKLIN E.E., et al.
1973ApJ...180..705M 69 T                   1 4 51 Velocity dispersions in galaxies. III. The nucleus of
M 31.
MORTON D.C. and THUAN T.X.
1973ApJ...181...61R 72 T                   1 1 30 Stellar motions near the nucleus of
M 31.
RUBIN V.C., FORD W.K. and KRISHNA KUMAR C.
1973ApJ...184L...7B 4 3 88 21-centimeter absorption at z=0.692 in the quasar 3C 286. BROWN R.L. and ROBERTS M.S.
1973ApJ...184..201C 2 3 50 Nonpulsating stars and the populations I and II instability strips. COX A.N., KING D.S. and TABOR J.E.
1973MNRAS.165p...9E 67 T                   1 2 ~ The rotation curve and mass distribution in
M 31.
EMERSON B. and BALDWIN J.E.
1973ATsir.750....7S 67 T                   1 1 1 Possible eruptive stars in the region of
M 31 to be confirmed.
SHAROV A.S. and ALKSNIS A.K.
1973PZ.....19....3S 67 T                   1 6 16 Bright variable stars in the
Andromeda M 31 and Triangulum M 33 Nebulae.
SHAROV A.S.
1973SvA....17..174S 67 T                   1 25 15 Possible new globular clusters in the
Andromeda Nebula
SHAROV A.S.
1973IAUS...50..162M 12 43 The David Dunlap Observatory (DDO) photometric system for classification of late-type stars. McCLURE R.D.
1974A&A....30..353G 69 T                   1 3 34 Neutral hydrogen, spiral structure and density waves in
M 31.
GUIBERT J.
1974A&A....31..317W 2 3 45 A very high velocity cloud. WRIGHT M.C.H.
1974A&A....33..177J 68 T                   1 22 28 Study of the central region of
M 31. II. Synthetic models of stellar populations.
JOLY M.
1974A&A....34..173B 68 T                   1 91 38 A radio continuum survey of
M 31 at 2695 MHz.
BERKHUIJSEN E.M. and WIELEBINSKI R.
1974A&A....34..279V 68 T                   1 4 10 On the amplitudes of population I Cepheids in the galaxy and
M 31.
VAN GENDEREN A.M.
1974ApJ...190..285B 69 T                   1 1 9 Observation of X-ray emission from
M 31.
BOWYER S., MARGON B., LAMPTON M., et al.
1974ApJ...192L...1S 7 9 Upper limits to soft gamma-ray flux from seven X-ray sources and from the galactic plane. SCHOENFELDER V. and LICHTI G.
1974MNRAS.169..607E 72 T                   1 4 109 High resolution observations of neutral hydrogen in
M 31 -I. The overall distribution.
EMERSON D.T.
1974PASP...86..861W 72 T                   1 1 28 Further observations of the nucelar rotation in
M 31.
WALKER M.F.
1974LicOB.674....0W 68 T                   1 1 4 Further observations of the nuclear rotation in
M 31.
WALKER M.F.
1974IAUS...58..119D 9 19 Neutral hydrogen at large distances from parent galaxies. DAVIES R.D.
1974IAUS...58..139B 68 T                   1 2 0 The distribution of mass-to-light ratio with radius in
M 31 and M 33.
BALDWIN J.E.
1974IAUS...58..375O 8 47 Recent radio studies of bright galaxies. OORT J.H.
1975A&A....38...15D 71 T                   1 2 39 Kinematic and dynamic study of
M 31 from observations of emission regions.
DEHARVENG J.M. and PELLET A.
1975A&A....42..289B 68 T                   1 3 4 The spectrum of the bright variable A-1 in
M 31.
BIANCHINI A. and ROSINO L.
1975A&A....45..259H 27 71 Rotation-curves of galaxies from 21 cm-line observations. HUCHTMEIER W.K.
1975AJ.....80...17B 45 166 Globular cluster colors and the cosecant law. BURSTEIN D. and McDONALD L.H.
1975AJ.....80..290K 1 8 67 Numerical investigation of galactic tidal effects on spherical stellar systems. KEENAN D.W. and INNANEN K.A.
1975AJ.....80..492K 6 7 Photoelectric photometry and calibrated isophotometry of NGC 520. KRIENKE O.K.Jr
1975ApJ...197...39I 72 T                   1 7 140 On the intrinsic properties of Cepheids in the Galaxy, in
Andromeda, and in the Magellanic clouds.
IBEN I. and TUGGLE R.S.
1975ApJ...197..147S 1 8 40 The observability of ionized interstellar gas in globular clusters. SCOTT E.H. and ROSE W.K.
1975ApJ...201..327R 101 T                   1 1 167 The rotation curve and geometry of
M 31 at large galactocentric distances.
ROBERTS M.S. and WHITEHURST R.N.
1975MNRAS.170p..23C 5 ~ A possible new segment of the Magellanic Stream in the northern sky. COHEN R.J. and DAVIES R.D.
1975MNRAS.170p..45D 68 T                   1 2 ~ A very high velocity HI cloud in the direction of
M 31.
DAVIES R.D.
1975PASP...87...83D 69 T                   1 2 10 Observations of
M 31 and M 33 at 1.4 and 2.7 GHz.
DENNISON B., BALONEK T.J., TERZIAN Y., et al.
1975ATsir.869....3S 68 T                   1 6 0 Observations of some novae in
M 31 discovery by Rosino.
SHAROV A.S. and ALKSNIS A.K.
1975ATsir.873....3S 68 T                   1 3 1 Two new variables in the region of
M 31.
SHAROV A.S. and ALKSNIS A.K.
1975SvAL....1...30S 68 T                   1 4 4 Spectra and color indices of bright irregular variables in
M 31 and M 33.
SHAROV A.S., ESIPOV V.F. and LYUTYI V.M.
1975IAUS...67..275S 18 17 S Dor-type variables in other galaxies. SHAROV A.S.
1975IAUS...69..331R 25 38 The rotation curves of galaxies. ROBERTS M.S.
1976A&A....50...15B 4 6 The variable object S 10721. BARBIERI C. and ROMANO G.
1976A&A....50..127A 71 T                   1 1 17 Electronographic study of the nuclear region in
M 31.
ALLOIN D., PELAT D. and BIJAOUI A.
1976A&A....50..421P 69 T                   1 4 22 Rotation dans la partie centrale de
M 31.
PELLET A.
1976A&AS...25..527V 6 13 Observations of velocity fields in three spiral galaxies using optical emission lines. VAN DER KRUIT P.C.
1976ApJ...204..315S 7 24 A measurement of fluctuations in the X-ray background by UHURU. SCHWARTZ D.A., MURRAY S.S. and GURSKY H.
1976ApJ...204..365F 15 5 394 H I in early-type galaxies. II. Mass loss and galactic winds. FABER S.M. and GALLAGHER J.S.
1976ApJ...204..668F 11 25 1448 Velocity dispersions and mass-to-light ratios for elliptical galaxies. FABER S.M. and JACKSON R.E.
1976ApJ...206...38T 4 3 66 Discrete states of redshift and galaxy dynamics. I - Internal motions in single galaxies. TIFFT W.G.
1976ApJ...206..370O 10 4 209 Galaxy spectral synthesis. I. Stellar populations in the nuclei of giant ellipticals. O'CONNELL R.W.
1976ApJS...32...89G 4 2 41 Kinematics of the gas in the nuclear disk of M 81. GOAD J.W.
1976MNRAS.176..321E 71 T                   1 5 81 High resolution observations of neutral hydrogen in
M 31. II.
EMERSON D.T.
1976Ap&SS..44..405R 68 T                   1 3 1 Blue objects in the field of
M 31.
ROMANO G.
1977A&A....54..661T 8 47 1988 A new method of determining distance to galaxies. TULLY R.B. and FISHER J.R.
1977A&A....56..151A 1 10 57 The Small Magellanic Cloud. I - A study of the structure revealed by the supergiants. AZZOPARDI M. and VIGNEAU J.
1977A&A....56..173M 5 2 56 Circular rotation from a simple two-component model of galaxies. MONNET G. and SIMIEN F.
1977A&A....57....9B 68 T                   1 22 64 A radio continuum survey of
M 31 at 2695 MHz. II. Comparison of radio and optical data.
BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1977A&A....58..221D 2 7 89 A radio continuum study of four spiral galaxies with an unusual radio morphology. DE BRUYN A.G.
1977A&A....61..229B 72 T                   1 1 21 A new determination of the gas-to-dust ratio in
M 31.
BAJAJA E. and GERGELY T.E.
1977A&A....61..523G 1 9 66 An interferometer study of the neutral hydrogen associated with the optical core of the irregular galaxy NGC 6822. GOTTESMAN S.T. and WELIACHEW L.
1977AJ.....82..319R 68 T                   1 2 3 Some variable stars in the field of
M 31.
ROMANO G.
1977AJ.....82..798H 68 T                   1 62 83 Integrated colors of globular clusters in the Galaxy, Fornax, and
M 31.
HARRIS H.C. and CANTERNA R.
1977ApJ...216..277G 4 5 109 Airborne far-infrared observations of the Galactic Center region. GATLEY I., BECKLIN E.E., WERNER M.W., et al.
1977ApJ...217..903Y 2 27 359 The Local Group: the solar motion relative to its centroid. YAHIL A., TAMMANN G.A. and SANDAGE A.
1977ApJS...33..219D 75 40 Contributions to galaxy photometry. II. Standard total magnitudes and colors of bright galaxies from multiaperture photoelectric photometry in the UBV system. DE VAUCOULEURS G. and CORWIN H.G.
1977MNRAS.179..331H 2 2 24 Evidence for the uniformity of globular cluster populations. HANES D.A.
1977MNRAS.181..573N 84 T                   1 1 82 Neutral hydrogen in the outer regions of
M 31.
NEWTON K. and EMERSON D.T.
1977PASP...89..267W 4 10 Radial distribution and total number of globular clusters in M 104. WAKAMATSU K.-I.
1977IBVS.1319....1K 25 0 Data on the variable star studies in the USSR during 1972-1975. KUKARKIN B.V.
1977IBVS.1331....1M 68 T                   1 2 2 A bright nova in the surroundings of the
Andromeda nebula.
MEINUNGER L.
1977JRASC..71...21K 34 10 Index of extragalactic radio-source catalogues. KESTEVEN M.J.L. and BRIDLE A.H.
1978A&A....66L...5H 41 41 A high sensitivity survey of hydrogen at very high velocities (Preliminary Report) HULSBOSCH A.N.M.
1978AJ.....83.1163D 9 5 241 An outsider's view of the galaxy: photometric parameters, scale lengths, and absolute magnitudes of the spheroidal and disk components of our galaxy. DE VAUCOULEURS G. and PENCE W.D.
1978AJ.....83.1585K 3 4 79 The global properties of the Galaxy. I. The HI distribution outside the solar circle. KNAPP G.R., TREMAINE S.D. and GUNN J.E.
1978ApJ...219..445H 68 T                   1 20 29 Luminous variable stars in
M 31 and M 33.
HUMPHREYS R.M.
1978ApJ...220L..37R 54 128 10 mocron observations of bright galaxies. RIEKE G.H. and LEBOFSKY M.J.
1978ApJ...220...98S 4 2 42 Detection of H II regions and ionized interarm gas in the Sombrero galaxy (NGC 4594) SCHWEIZER F.
1978ApJ...221L..73H 68 T                   1 7 7 Infrared detection of luminous stars in
M 31 and M 33.
HUMPHREYS R.M. and WARNER J.W.
1978ApJ...221...80P 72 T                   1 1 20 Rotation of the nuclear region of
M 31.
PETERSON C.J.
1978ApJ...223...82R 8 25 The metallicity of globular clusters in the halo of M 87. RACINE R., OKE J.B. and SEARLE L.
1978ApJ...226..777W 1 12 79 Spectral scans of the nuclear bulge of the galaxy: comparison with other galaxies. WHITFORD A.E.
1978MNRAS.182..793E 68 T                   1 2 2 High resolution observations of neutral hydrogen in
M 31 - III. Spectra: major axis - velocity plots.
EMERSON D.T.
1978MNRAS.185..277R 1 4 37 The large-scale structure of H I in M 33. REAKES M.L. and NEWTON K.
1978PASP...90..337P 122 60 Absorption in the spectra of Quasi-Stellar Objects and BL Lacertae objects. PERRY J.J., BURBIDGE E.M. and BURBIDGE G.R.
1978ATsir.998....1S 2 7 New data on the interesting variable stars. SHAROV A.S. and KARIMOVA D.K.
1978IAUS...77...23S 12 11 Rotation curves in the outer parts of galaxies from H I observations. SALPETER E.E.
1978IAUS...77..169R 69 T                   1 1 9 The kinematics within
M 31.
ROBERTS M.S., WHITEHURST R.N. and CRAM T.R.
1978IAUS...77..175W 69 T                   1 1 9 The three-dimensional distribution of neutral hydrogen in
M 31.
WHITEHURST R.N., ROBERTS M.S. and CRAM T.R.
1978IAUS...77..183E 69 T                   1 1 7 A warp in the HI distribution at the extreme NE and SW of
M 31.
EMERSON D.T. and NEWTON K.
1979A&A....75..127M 37 43 Faint, nebulous filament, 200 pc diameter, around the 30 Doradus Nebula. MEABURN J.
1979A&A....77...25B 1 9 52 Radio continuum of NGC 891 and NGC 253 at 8.7 GHz. BECK R., BIERMANN P., EMERSON D.T., et al.
1979AJ.....84..204C 219 23 UBV photometry of the anticenter cluster Berkeley 21. CHRISTIAN C.A. and JANES K.A.
1979AJ.....84.1181G 31 1 159 The global properties of the galaxy. II. The galactic rotation parameters from 21-cm H I observations. GUNN J.E., KNAPP G.R. and TREMAINE S.D.
1979ApJ...228...95C 95 T                   1 1 138 Ultraviolet photometry from the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory. XXVI - Energy distributions of seven early-type galaxies and the central bulge of
M 31.
CODE A.D. and WELCH G.A.
1979ApJ...233...35W 7 23 The tail of M 33 and the adjacent hydrogen cloud. WRIGHT M.C.H.
1979ApJ...234L..45V 90 T                   1 1 111 Observations of X-ray sources in
M 31.
VAN SPEYBROECK L., EPSTEIN A., FORMAN W., et al.
1979ApJ...234..829B 5 7 178 Structure and origin of S0 galaxies. III. The luminosity distribution perpendicular to the plane of the disks in S0's. BURSTEIN D.
1979ApJ...234..854H 68 T                   1 22 52 Studies of luminous stars in nearby galaxies. IV. Baade's field IV in
M 31.
HUMPHREYS R.M.
1979MNRAS.186..453C 1 2 15 Neutral hydrogen in the Galactic Centre region. IV - The galactic nucleus. COHEN M. and DAVIES R.
1979MNRAS.186..479L 4 5 106 Stellar kinematics and interstellar turbulence. LARSON R.B.
1980A&A....84..317H 76 T                   1 1 41 Photoelectric surface photometry of the
Andromeda Nebula.
HOESSEL J.G. and MELNICK J.
1980A&A....87..152H 1 105 979 An optical and radio survey of the nuclei of bright galaxies. Activity in normal galactic nuclei. HECKMAN T.M.
1980A&AS...40...67D 66 123 A catalogue of supernova remnant candidates in nearby galaxies. D'ODORICO S., DOPITA M.A. and BENVENUTI P.
1980A&AS...40..215C 69 T                   1 10 60 A complete, high-sensitivity 21-cm hydrogen line survey of
M 31.
CRAM T.R., ROBERTS M.S. and WHITEHURST R.N.
1980AJ.....85..376H 77 T                   1 1 45 The dark nebulae of
M 31.
HODGE P.W.
1980ApJ...235...30R 71 T                   1 1 18 Rotational velocities in the nuclear bulge of
M 31.
RICHSTONE D.O. and SHECTMAN S.A.
1980ApJ...236..430O 7 5 190 Galaxy spectral synthesis. II. M 32 and the ages of galaxies. O'CONNELL R.W.
1980ApJ...237..290W 79 T                   1 2 111 The ultraviolet continua of the nuclei of
M 31 and M 81.
WU C.-C., FABER S.M., GALLAGHER J.S., et al.
1980ApJ...238...65H 46 50 Studies of luminous stars in nearby galaxies. V. The local group irregulars NGC 6822 and IC 1613. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1980ApJ...240..785F 68 T                   1 41 151 Photometric studies of composite stellar system. IV. Infrared photometry of globular clusters in
M 31 and a comparison with early-type galaxies.
FROGEL J.A., PERSSON S.E. and COHEN J.G.
1980ApJ...241..587H 3 5 92 Studies of luminous stars in nearby galaxies. VI. The brightest supergiants and the distance to M 33. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1980ApJ...242....1T 20 45 The luminosity function of Coma cluster galaxies. THOMPSON L.A. and GREGORY S.A.
1980ApJ...242...74S 2 16 237 Rotation measures and the galactic magnetic field. SIMARD-NORMANDIN M. and KRONBERG P.P.
1980ApJS...43..393C 14 18 1335 Colors and magnitudes predicted for high redshift galaxies. COLEMAN G.D., WU C.C. and WEEDMAN D.W.
1980MNRAS.190..551U 81 T                   1 1 65 Neutral hydrogen in the
Andromeda Nebula -I. H I emission in the south-west region of the nebula.
UNWIN S.C.
1980MNRAS.192..243U 71 T                   1 4 65 Neutral hydrogen in the
Andromeda nebula- II. H I emission in the north-east region of the nebula.
UNWIN S.C.
1980MNRAS.193..189F 8 25 1028 Formation and rotation of disc galaxies with haloes. FALL S.M. and EFSTATHIOU G.
1980Ap&SS..67...31E 1 2 16 Central holes in disks of spiral galaxies. EINASTO J., TENJES P., BARABANOV A.V., et al.
1980IBVS.1775....1A 68 T                   1 2 1 On the 1978 August peculiar nova in
M 31.
ALKSNIS A. and SHAROV A.S.
1980IBVS.1795....1M 68 T                   5 11 Spectra of four blue irregular variables in
Andromeda.
MEINUNGER L.
1980IAUS...85...13L 6 15 Clusters, associations and galactic structure. LYNGA G.
1981A&A....95L...1B 72 T                   1 3 54 NGC 206, a hole in
M 31.
BRINKS E.
1981A&A....95...59M 1 5 40 Morphology and kinematics of the ionized gas in NGC 2997. MILLIARD B. and MARCELIN M.
1981A&AS...44..441C 1 4 28 Kinematics and dynamics of M 83 from H alpha interferometry. I- Observations: the velocity field. COMTE G.
1981AJ.....86...30W 5 6 An estimation of the distances of high-velocity H I clouds and the Magellanic Stream. WATANABE T.
1981AJ.....86..185J 16 57 Distances to nearby galaxies derived from planetary nebulae. JACOBY G.H. and LESSER M.P.
1981AJ.....86.1464V 15 70 Frequency distribution of H II region diameters. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1981ApJ...244..805B 3 13 228 Methods for determining the masses of spherical systems. I. Test particles around a point mass. BAHCALL J.N. and TREMAINE S.
1981ApJ...246..680T 5 6 179 Velocity dispersions of elliptical and S0 galaxies. II. Infall of the local group to Virgo. TONRY J.L. and DAVIS M.
1981ApJ...247..879B 70 T                   1 21 121 Supernova remants in
M 31.
BLAIR W.P., KIRSHNER R.P. and CHEVALIER R.A.
1981IBVS.1912....1S 69 T                   1 5 4 Possible Hubble-Sandage objects among variables discovered in the
Andromeda galaxy.
SHAROV A.S. and IVANOV G.R.
1981Obs...101..111L 1 8 75 The dynamical age of the local group of galaxies. LYNDEN-BELL D.
1981PZ.....21..484S 69 T                   8 1 Luminous variable stars in the
Andromeda M 31 and the Triangulum M 33 nebulae in 1973-1979.
SHAROV A.S.
1981PZ.....21..485S 69 T                   12 1 Luminous variable stars in the
Andromeda M 31 and the Triangulum M 33 nebulae in 1973-1979.
SHAROV A.S.
1981IAUS...95..221S 8 12 Optical observations of pulsars. SMITH F.G.
1982A&A...109..213L 27 1 135 Open clusters in our galaxy. LYNGA G.
1982A&A...113...39B 69 T                   1 88 30 Search for (globular) clusters in
M 31. III. Structural properties: X-ray sources and comparison with galactic globulars.
BATTISTINI P., BONOLI F., BUONANNO R., et al.
1982A&A...116..237K 48 16 Neutral hydrogen in two extremely isolated galaxies. KRUMM N. and SHANE W.W.
1982A&AS...47..451B 69 T                   1 220 30 Search for (globular) clusters in
M 31. II: Photographic photometry of the candidates in a 70' square field centered on
M 31.
BUONANNO R., CORSI C.E., BATTISTINI P., et al.
1982A&AS...48..453M 83 8 Radial velocities of galaxies detected in the Arecibo 2380 MHz survey. MARANO B. and VETTOLANI G.
1982A&AS...49..745B 73 T                   1 1 24 High resolution HI observations of
Messier 31.
BAJAJA E. and SHANE W.W.
1982AJ.....87..264H 71 T                   1 3 41 High-resolution optical surface photometry of
M 31.
HODGE P.W. and KENNICUTT R.C.
1982ApJ...252..474G 2 4 43 The resolution of old red giant stars in the Sculptor group of galaxies. GRAHAM J.A.
1982ApJ...254...50B 70 T                   1 36 182 Abundance gradients in
M 31: comparison of results from supernova remnants and HII regions.
BLAIR W.P., KIRSHNER R.P. and CHEVALIER R.A.
1982ApJ...254..515I 69 T                   1 9 43 The optical warp of
M 31.
INNANEN K.A., KAMPER K.W., PAPP K.A., et al.
1982ApJ...256...54A 35 35 Characteristics of companion galaxies. ARP H.
1982ApJ...256..120L 69 T                   1 47 13 Planetary nebulae in Local Group galaxies. IX. Velocity modulated photographs of the center of
M 31.
LAWRIE D.G. and FORD H.C.
1982ApJ...256..460K 7 9 327 Rotation of the bulge components of disk galaxies. KORMENDY J. and ILLINGWORTH G.
1982ApJ...256..481I 3 4 78 Velocity and velocity dispersion profiles in NGC 3115. ILLINGWORTH G. and SCHECHTER P.L.
1982ApJ...257L..51E 1 7 60 The nuclear X-ray source in M 81. ELVIS M. and VAN SPEYBROECK L.
1982ApJ...258...31C 12 41 A search for radio emission from six historical supernovae in the galaxies NGC 5236 and NGC 5253. COWAN J.J. and BRANCH D.
1982ApJ...258..439S 15 45 Distance and absolute magnitudes of the brightest stars in the dwarf galaxy Sextans A. SANDAGE A. and CARLSON G.
1982ApJ...259L..57H 69 T                   61 69 The dynamics and metallicity of the
M 31 globular cluster system.
HUCHRA J., STAUFFER J. and VAN SPEYBROECK L.
1982ApJ...259...77W 69 T                   1 13 36 The ultraviolet spectrum of the center of
M 31.
WELCH G.A.
1982ApJ...260...65G 9 28 The barred spiral galaxy NGC 3992: does it have a massive halo ? GOTTESMAN S.T. and HUNTER J.H.
1982MNRAS.198.1059D 37 36 Radio emission from supernova remnants in the galaxy M 33. D'ODORICO S., GOSS W.M. and DOPITA M.A.
1982MNRAS.200..115S 27 6 828 Masses of quasars. SOLTAN A.
1982AZh....59..174L 2 6 Photometric characteristics of the night sky in the Crimea. LYUTYI V.M. and SHAROV A.S.
1982AN....303..329O 3 4 Distances of galaxies from the apparent size distribution of dark clouds. II. OSMAN A.M.I., ELLA M.S. and ISSA I.A.
1982IBVS.2105....1S 69 T                   1 1 2 On the nova-like objects in the central region of
M 31.
SHAROV A.S.
1982IUE3r......525C 69 T                   1 16 ~ Optical and ultraviolet observations of the X-ray globular cluster Bo 158 on
M31.
CACCIARI C., CASSATELLA A., BIANCHI L., et al.
1983ApJ...272...92C 69 T                   1 10 20 H-alpha observations of four novae in
M 31.
CIARDULLO R., FORD H. and JACOBY G.
1983MNRAS.205..563P 3 1 15 The surface brightness of spiral galaxies. - II. Correlation with radio emission. PHILLIPPS S. and DISNEY M.
1983ARA&A..21..177S 24 47 Dust in galaxies. STEIN W.A. and SOIFER B.T.
1983IAUC.3762....0B 69 T                   1 2 ~ Probable nova in
M 31.
BRYAN J. and BREWSTER M.
1983IAUS..100...23B 69 T                   1 1 2 A high resolution HI survey of
M 31.
BRINKS E.
1983IAUS..100...27B 70 T                   1 1 6 High velocity HI in the inner 5 kpc of
M 31.
BRINKS E.
1983IAUS..100..139B 69 T                   1 2 3 HI-shells in
M 31.
BRINKS E. and BAJAJA E.
1983IAUS..101..517D 7 19 Chemical abundances in the interstellar medium of galaxies from spectrophotometry of supernova remnants. D'ODORICO S. and DOPITA M.
1984A&A...136L..14D 69 T                   1 2 6
M 31: an extragalctic source of 1000 Ge V gamma rays.
DOWTHWAITE J.C., HARRISON A.B., KIRKMAN I.W., et al.
1984A&A...140..431B 73 T                   1 2 41 Supernova rate and the number of supernova remnants in
M 31, M 33 and the Galaxy.
BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1984A&A...141..195B 74 T                   1 3 88 A high resolution hydrogen line survey of
Messier 31. II. The warped flaring hydrogen layer.
BRINKS E. and BURTON W.B.
1984A&AS...55..179B 73 T                   1 6 121 A high resolution hydrogen line survey of
Messier 31. I. Observations and data reduction.
BRINKS E. and SHANE W.W.
1984A&AS...56..245B 69 T                   1 409 21 A high resolution radio continuum survey of
Messier 31. I. Observations at 610 MHz, data reduction, and the 36W catalogue of radio sources.
BYSTEDT J.E.V., BRINKS E., DE BRUYN A.G., et al.
1984ApJ...278L..59H 74 T                   1 3 86 Infrared emission from
M31.
HABING H.J., MILEY G., YOUNG E., et al.
1984ApJ...278..124H 70 T                   1 7 36 IUE and ground-based observations of the Hubble-Sandage variables in
M 31 and M 33.
HUMPHREYS R.M., BLAHA C., D'ODORICO S., et al.
1984ApJ...283..457J 61 100 The infrared CA II triplet - A luminosity indicator for stellar population synthesis. JONES J.E., ALLOIN D.M. and JONES B.J.T.
1984ApJ...284..663C 69 T                   1 86 30 Optical counterparts for X-ray sources in
M 31.
CRAMPTON D., COWLEY A.P., HUTCHINGS J.B., et al.
1984ApJ...285..453L 16 66 Face-on galaxies. LEWIS B.M.
1984ApJ...286..209S 69 T                   1 4 19 Infrared photometry of globular clusters in
M 31.
SITKO M.L.
1984MNRAS.206..351D 69 T                   1 20 33 Radio emission from supernova remnants in
M 31 at a wavelength of 6 cm.
DICKEL J.R. and D'ODORICO S.
1984MNRAS.208..365D 71 T                   1 4 50 The chemical evolution of spiral galaxies: the Galaxy,
M 31, M 33, M 83 and M 101.
DIAZ A.I. and TOSI M.
1984PASP...96..973N 7 7 IRAS observations of NGC 1052. NEUGEBAUER G., SOIFER B.T., RICE W., et al.
1984ARA&A..22...75R 28 50 Observations of supernova remnants. RAYMOND J.C.
1984ATsir1352....3R 69 T                   1 2 1 The star magnitude (age) gradient across spiral arm S' in the region of star complex NGC 206 in the
Andromeda galaxy.
RAKITIN I.A.
1984BAAS...16..948M 69 T                   1 5 0 Massive stars in nearby galaxies: a search for Wolf-Rayet stars in
M 31 and NGC 300 (the Saga continues).
MASSEY P., ARMANDROFF T.E. and CONTI P.S.
1984BAAS...16..970K 69 T                   1 2 0 Spectroscopy of the winds from Hubble-Sandage stars in
M 31 and M 33.
KENYON S.J. and GALLAGHER J.S.
1984PASJ...36..313N 69 T                   1 9 2 Neutral hydrogen in
M 31 V. The formation rate of HII regions and a correction factor for the star formation rate.
NAKAI N. and SOFUE Y.
1984SSRv...39..317V 1 10 73 Characteristics and interpretation of the photometric variability of eta Carinae and its nebula. VAN GENDEREN A.M. and THE P.S.
1985A&A...143..274V 1 1 Observational search for polarized emission from space vehicles/communication relays near the galactic centre. VALLEE J.P. and SIMARD-NORMANDIN M.
1985A&A...144..257S 13 26 Large-scale configuration of magnetic fields in spiral galaxies. SOFUE Y., KLEIN U., BECK R., et al.
1985A&A...144..471I 76 T                   1 1 31 Reddening of globular clusters in
M 31.
IYE M. and RICHTER O.-G.
1985A&A...145..296N 1 5 30 The ultraviolet spectra of normal elliptical galaxies : a population synthesis approach. NESCI R. and PEROLA G.C.
1985A&A...146..297P 1 3 14 Near-infrared mapping of spiral galaxies. I. The Sb galaxy NGC 2841 : annular structure in the young disc component. PRIETO M., BATTANER E., SANCHEZ C., et al.
1985A&A...148..335R 5 3 71 Magnetic field distribution in spiral galaxies. RUZMAIKIN A.A., SOKOLOFF D.D. and SHUKUROV A.M.
1985A&A...150L...1W 71 T                   1 1 11 Radio continuum emission from the nuclear region of
M 31 : evidence for a nuclear radio spiral.
WALTERBOS R.A.M. and GRAVE R.
1985A&A...153...17B 9 6 216 Radio structure of the Galaxy: thick disk and thin disk at 408 MHz. BEUERMANN K., KANBACH G. and BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1985A&AS...60..517P 611 11 Supplement to the detailed bibliography on the surface photometry of galaxies. PENCE W.D. and DAVOUST E.
1985A&AS...61..273D 477 26 Catalogue of central velocity dispersions galaxies. DAVOUST E., PATUREL G. and VAUGLIN I.
1985A&AS...61..451W viz 69 T                   1 256 36 A high resolution radio continuum survey of
Messier 31. II. Observations at 1412 MHz, data reduction and the 37W catalogue of radio sources.
WALTERBOS R.A.M., BRINKS E. and SHANE W.W.
1985AJ.....90..595V 4 3 53 Globular clusters and the distance to M 87. VAN DEN BERGH S., PRITCHET C. and GRILLMAIR C.
1985AJ.....90.1012A 12 15 HI clouds in the Sculptor and local groups. ARP H.
1985AJ.....90.1060S 19 15 Remote OB stars in Puppis. STETSON P.B. and FITZGERALD M.P.
1985AJ.....90.1104M 1 4 16 The search, discovery and use of Cepheid variables as distance indicators: past procedures and future strategies. MADORE B.F. and FREEDMAN W.L.
1985AJ.....90.2239M 70 T                   1 4 18 UV and optical spectroscopy of OB stars in
M 31 and M 33.
MASSEY P., HUTCHINGS J.B. and BIANCHI L.
1985ApJ...288..182V 51 39 Distances to Magellanic Clouds from observations of Cepheids at 1.05 microns. VISVANATHAN N.
1985ApJ...288..456K 4 7 130 The evolution of spiral galaxies and uncertainties in interpreting galaxy counts. KING C.R. and ELLIS R.S.
1985ApJ...288..494C 69 T                   110 140 The
M 31 globular cluster system.
CRAMPTON D., COWLEY A.P., SCHADE D., et al.
1985ApJ...289...58T 70 T                   1 1 4 An analysis of observations of the streaming velocities in the bulge of
M 31.
TEUBEN P., TURNER E.L. and SCHWARZSCHILD M.
1985ApJ...290..136J 79 T                   1 1 42 Ionized gas in the center of
M 31.
JACOBY G.H., FORD H. and CIARDULLO R.
1985ApJ...290..140W 69 T                   1 197 38 The missing bulge globular clusters in
M 31: new optical candidates.
WIRTH A., SMARR L.L. and BRUNO T.L.
1985ApJ...290..542K 69 T                   1 8 31 Spectroscopy of the winds from Hubble-Sandage stars in
M 31 and M 33.
KENYON S.J. and GALLAGHER III J.S.
1985ApJ...291...72W 1 2 14 IUE observations of a starburst disk and the detectability of high redshift galaxies. WEEDMAN D.W. and HUENEMOERDER D.P.
1985ApJ...291...88A 275 49 Analysis of groups of galaxies with accurate redshifts. ARP H. and SULENTIC J.W.
1985ApJ...292L...9K 1 17 121 Brightness profiles of the cores of bulges and elliptical galaxies. KORMENDY J.
1985ApJ...292L..41S 1 13 84 The collapse of dense star clusters to supermassive black holes: the origin of quasars and AGNs. SHAPIRO S.L. and TEUKOLSKY S.A.
1985ApJ...295...73K 3 35 473 Families of ellipsoidal stellar systems and the formation of dwarf elliptical galaxies. KORMENDY J.
1985ApJ...295..287D 2 5 53 S Andromedae 1885: a centennial review. DE VAUCOULEURS G. and CORWIN H.G.Jr
1985ApJ...296L...7A 1 5 23 The extended giant branch of the Andromeda II dwarf spheroidal galaxy. AARONSON M., GORDON G., MOULD J., et al.
1985ApJ...296..430F 48 89 A statistical analysis of the Einstein normal galaxy sample. I. Spiral and irregular galaxies. FABBIANO G. and TRINCHIERI G.
1985ApJ...296..481B 71 T                   1 4 39 Molecular clouds in
M 31 and M 33.
BLITZ L.
1985ApJ...297..361V 3 3 43 The luminosity function of globular clusters. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1985ApJ...297..371H 51 133 The spectral evolution of galaxies. I. An observational approach. HAMILTON D.
1985ApJ...297..564M 10 18 Observations of four nearby galaxies with the Einstein Observatory MARKERT T.H. and DONAHUE M.E.
1985ApJ...298L...7H 18 12 911 Thermal infrared and nonthermal radio: remarkable correlation in disks of galaxies. HELOU G., SOIFER B.T. and ROWAN-ROBINSON M.
1985ApJ...298L..13R 70 T                   1 4 17 Luminous late-type stars in a field of
M 31.
RICHER H.B. and CRABTREE D.R.
1985ApJ...298L..37B 72 T                   1 3 47 Images in the rocket ultraviolet : the stellar population in the central bulge of
M 31.
BOHLIN R.C., CORNETT R.H., HILL J.K., et al.
1985ApJ...299...74F 2 11 110 The upper end of the stellar luminosity function for a sample of nearby resolved late-type galaxies. FREEDMAN W.L.
1985ApJS...57..261V viz 281 49 Catalog of CO observations of galaxies. VERTER F.
1985ApJS...59....1W viz 651 143 A catalog of stellar velocity dispersions. I. Compilation and standard galaxies. WHITMORE B.C., McELROY D.B. and TONRY J.L.
1985ApJS...59...63R 90 258 Estimated number of field stars toward galactic globular clusters and local group galaxies. RATNATUNGA K.U. and BAHCALL J.N.
1985ApJS...59..293B 165 23 The extragalactic distance scale derived from "sosie" galaxies. I. Distances of 167 galaxies which are sosies of 14 nearby galaxies. BOTTINELLI L., GOUGUENHEIM L., PATUREL G., et al.
1985MNRAS.212..163M 16 22 Predictions of distance within the Local Group. MISHRA R.
1985MNRAS.214..449B 16 2 132 Structure of box-shaped bulges and other spheroidal components. BINNEY J. and PETROU M.
1985MNRAS.217..571T 1 7 42 The chemical evolution of spiral galaxies : M 51, NGC 2403, NGC 6946 and IC 342. TOSI M. and DIAZ A.I.
1985PASP...97...30D 69 T                   1 2 1 Duner's observations of SN 1855 (S Andromedae) in
M 31.
DE VAUCOULEURS G., HANSSON N. and LYNGA G.
1985PASP...97...89B 2 4 43 Observational constraints on the ages and abundances of old stellar populations. BURSTEIN D.
1985PASP...97..205W 7 23 The stellar population of the galactic nuclear bulge. WHITFORD A.E.
1985PASP...97..530H 73 56 The stellar associations of the Small Magellanic Cloud. HODGE P.
1985PASP...97..692E 3 5 74 A luminosity function for star clusters in the Large Magellanic Cloud. ELSON R.A.W. and FALL S.M.
1985PASP...97.1071S 11 9 Seven new planetary nebulae in the direction of Baade's window. SHAW R.A. and WIRTH A.
1985ATsir1409....2K 1 0 Paradoxes of globular clusters' kinematics. KUROCHKIN N.E.
1985LAstr..99..387D 69 T                   3 0 La supernova de 1885 dans la nebuleuse d'
Andromede.
DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1985LAstr..99..447D 69 T                   4 0 La supernova de 1885 dans la nebuleuse d'
Andromede (suite)
DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1985Ap&SS.110..351P 69 T                   1 1 2 The deconvolved nuclear structure of
M 31.
PARMEGGIANI G., ZAVATTI F. and BENDINELLI O.
1985Ap&SS.110..357I 69 T                   1 4 14 The structure of the spiral arm S4 in
Andromeda galaxy. A contribution to the theory of density waves.
IVANOV G.R.
1985Ap&SS.111..265C 11 5 An imaging optical/UV monitor for X-ray astronomy observatories. CORDOVA F.A., MASON K.O., PRIEDHORSKY W.C., et al.
1985Ap&SS.113..317I 69 T                   1 5 5 Distance estimate of
M 31 based on the size distribution of HII regions and dark clouds.
ISSA I.A.
1985Ap&SS.115..409I 69 T                   1 10 5 A new 75-day Cepheid in
M 31.
IVANOV G.R.
1985BICDS..28...41W 23 0 Radio surveys of the sky. WIELEBINSKI R.
1985BAAS...17..565D 69 T                   1 2 0 The supernova of 1885 in
M 31.
DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1985BAAS...17..607B 69 T                   1 1 ~ Giant molecular clouds in
M 31.
BLITZ L. and MATHIEU R.
1985BAAS...17..893C 69 T                   1 2 ~ The Halo and disk population of
M 31.
CROTTS A.P.S.
1985IBVS.2666....1I 69 T                   1 3 3 On the type of variability of the star H 42 in the
Andromeda galaxy.
IVANOV G.R. and KOURTEV R.
1985IBVS.2729....1I 69 T                   1 3 0 A Cepheid-like variable in the
Andromeda galaxy with an extremely long period.
IVANOV G.R.
1985IAUC.4132....0P 69 T                   1 1 ~ RR Lyrae variable in
M 31 halo.
PRITCHET C.J. and VAN DEN BERGH S.
1985IrAJ...17...98B 2 1 Isaac ward and S Andromedae. BEESLEY D.E.
1985IzPul.201..104M 69 T                   1 1 0 On Cepheids in the galaxy
M 31.
MELNIKOV O.A.
1985MmSAI..56..645P 9 0 Significance of ST For studies of planetary nebulae. PERINOTTO M.
1985MitAG..63...11S 2 1 8 Galactic fountains, planetary nebulae and warm HI. SALPETER E.E.
1985Obs...105..232P 69 T                   1 2 1 A revised light curve for the 1885 supernova in
M 31.
PATCHETT B.E., STICKLAND D.J., CRILLY D., et al.
1985PAZh...11....3P 270 5 The direction of rotation of the spirals in 109 galaxies. NGC 3786 and NGC 5426 - The galaxies with leading spiral arms in interacting systems. PASHA I.I.
1985PAZh...11..169E 69 T                   1 2 1 The cross-section of spiral arm S4 in the
Andromeda galaxy.
EFREMOV Y.N.
1985PAZh...11..178G 69 T                   1 2 0 Distribution of surface brightness across the spiral arm S4 in the
Andromeda galaxy.
GEORGIEV T.B. and IVANOV G.R.
1985PAZh...11..590S 69 T                   1 1 2 Photoelectric photometry of globular clusters in the
Andromeda nebula.
SHAROV A.S. and LYUTYJ V.M.
1985PAZh...11..730Z 6 5 Estimates of masses of disks and haloes of galaxies on the basis of the local stability criterium for a disk. ZASOV A.V.
1985PAZh...11..737I 69 T                   1 2 1 Stellar associations in the spiral arm S4 of the
Andromeda galaxy.
IVANOV G.R. and KYNCHEV P.Z.
1985PASAu...6...65G 9 0 Very high energy gamma ray astronomy. GREGORY A.G.
1985PASAu...6..104M 8 20 The Magellanic system. MATHEWSON D.S.
1985PASJ...37..439I 74 T                   1 1 22 CO observations of a spiral arm in
M 31.
ICHIKAWA T., NAKANO M., TANAKA Y.D., et al.
1985S&T....70..115D 69 T                   1 2 0 The supernova of 1885 in
Messier 31.
DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1985S&W....24..432K 69 T                   3 0 Die Supernova im
Andromeda nebel.
KIPPENHAHN R.
1986A&A...154..321B 65 19 Search for the globular clusters in nearby galaxies. I. NGC 253. BLECHA A.
1986A&A...156..207A 30 33 A corrected velocity for the local standard of rest by fitting to the mean redshift of local group galaxies. ARP H.
1986A&A...157..230V 3 10 123 Surface photometry of edge-on spiral galaxies. V. The distribution of luminosity in the disk of the Galaxy derived from the Pioneer 10 background experiment. VAN DER KRUIT P.C.
1986A&A...158...60D 1 8 36 The origin of nitrogen and the chemical evolution of spiral galaxies. DIAZ A.I. and TOSI M.
1986A&A...158..279S 14 32 Excitation in the ionized diffuse interstellar medium. SIVAN J.-P., STASINSKA G. and LEQUEUX J.
1986A&A...160..331M 1 1 The infrared (H) surface brightness of galaxies as a function of the morphological type. MANOUSOYANNAKI I. and CHINCARINI G.
1986A&A...161...55B 1 3 12 The galactic wind in the circum-nuclear zone of NGC 6946. BECKMAN J.E., MUOZ-TUNON C., BATTANER E., et al.
1986A&A...161...70B 71 T                   1 3 14 Near-infrared mapping of spiral galaxies. II. J, H, K profiles of
M 31.
BATTENER E., BECKMAN J.E., MEDIAVILLA E., et al.
1986A&A...161..237M 72 T                   1 1 9 Near-infrared mapping of
M 31.
MARTINEZ ROGER C., PHILLIPS J.P. and SANCHEZ MAGRO C.
1986A&A...163....1B 97 11 Errors in the 21-cm redshifts of galaxies : a statistical analysis. BAIESI-PILLASTRINI G.C. and PALUMBO G.G.C.
1986A&A...164...17G 93 12 A two-color Tully-Fisher relation. GIRAUD E.
1986A&A...165..189N 78 T                   1 1 32 UV observations of the nucleus of
M 31 with the ESA photon counting detector (PCD).
NIETO J.-L., MACCHETTO F.D., PERRYMAN M.A.C., et al.
1986A&A...166..257B 85 84 Properties of supernova remnants at known distances. I. Surface brightness and radio spectral index. BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1986A&A...166..393B 7 19 Type effect and Malmquist bias in the Tully-Fisher relation. BOTTINELLI L., GOUGUENHEIM L., PATUREL G., et al.
1986A&A...169...14B 78 T                   1 6 196 A high-resolution hydrogen-line survey of
Messier 31. III. HI holes in the interstellar medium.
BRINKS E. and BAJAJA E.
1986A&AS...63..323H 332 76 HI-observations of galaxies in the Kraan-Korteweg - Tammann catalogue of nearby galaxies. I. The data. HUCHTMEIER W.K. and RICHTER O.G.
1986A&AS...66..117I 70 T                   1 10 19 ANS UV observations of external galaxies. II. UV photometry of
M 31, M33, M 81 M 101, NGC 2403 and several Zwicky galaxies.
ISRAEL F.P., DE BOER K.S. and BOSMA A.
1986A&AS...66..149B 1 8 46 Morphology of the ionized gas in the spiral galaxy NGC 6946. BONNAREL F., BOULESTEIX J. and MARCELIN M.
1986A&AS...66..255K viz 99 206 A catalog of 2810 nearby galaxies : the effect of the virgocentric flow model on their observed velocities. KRAAN-KORTEWEG R.C.
1986AJ.....91..541V 8 18 A possible relationship between ring magnetism and HI gas in spiral galaxies. VALLEE J.P.
1986AJ.....91..822H 1 20 159 Globular clusters in galaxies beyond the local group. V. The giant ellipticals reconsidered. HARRIS W.E.
1986AJ.....92..292C 71 T                   1 4 19 The halo and disk populations of
M 31.
CROTTS A.P.S.
1986AJ.....92..722D 23 21 The luminosity index as a distance indicator and the structure of the Virgo cluster. DE VAUCOULEURS G. and CORWIN H.G.Jr
1986AJ.....92..766C 42 30 Proper motions and bright-star photometry in the Ursa Minor dwarf galaxy. CUDWORTH K.M., OLSZEWSKI E.W. and SCHOMMER R.A.
1986AJ.....92.1303M 70 T                   1 206 95 Massive stars in
M 31.
MASSEY P., ARMANDROFF T.E. and CONTI P.S.
1986ApJ...301...83B 3 3 42 Magnesium gradients in elliptical galaxies. I. Method and initial results. BAUM W.A., THOMSEN B. and MORGAN B.L.
1986ApJ...302..272M 37 35 Extent of ionized calcium in the outer parts of galaxies. MORTON D.C., YORK D.G. and JENKINS E.B.
1986ApJ...302..450B 106 T K                 1 1 9 A theoretical steady state model for the distribution of gas and magnetic field in
M 31 and in our galaxy.
BATTANER E. and SANCHEZ-SAAVEDRA M.L.
1986ApJ...302..564S 1 97 452 Systematics of bulge-to-disk ratios. SIMIEN F. and DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1986ApJ...303....1A 32 61 The distance scale: present status and future prospects. AARONSON M. and MOULD J.
1986ApJ...303...10M 1 11 48 The formation and evolution of carbon stars. MOULD J. and AARONSON M.
1986ApJ...303..523V 25 38 Redshift asymmetries in systems of galaxies and the missing mass. VALTONEN M.J. and BYRD G.G.
1986ApJ...304....1P 77 4 1247 Gravitational microlensing by the galactic halo. PACZYNSKI B.
1986ApJ...304..443Y 1 30 210 CO observations of infrared bright galaxies : the efficiency of star formation. YOUNG J.S., SCHLOERB F.P., KENNEY J.D., et al.
1986ApJ...304..490J 106 T K                 1 3 32 Chemical abundances of planetary nebulae in
M 31.
JACOBY G.H. and FORD H.C.
1986ApJ...304..651S 121 T K                 1 1 69 IRAS observations of the nuclear bulge of
M 31.
SOIFER B.T., RICE W.L., MOULD J.R., et al.
1986ApJ...305L..35R 2 2 23 On the ratio of N II/H-alpha in the nucleus of M 33 and in the nuclei of other galaxies. RUBIN V.C. and FORD W.K.Jr
1986ApJ...305..583W 107 T K                 1 8 109 The distance to
M 31 from infrared photometry of its Cepheids.
WELCH D.L., McALARY C.W., McLAREN R.A., et al.
1986ApJ...305..591M 129 T K                 1 2 202 The stellar population in the halos of
M 31 and M 33.
MOULD J. and KRISTIAN J.
1986ApJ...305..634C 2 8 72 Carbon and M stars in nearby galaxies: a preliminary survey using a photometric technique. COOK K.H., AARONSON M. and NORRIS J.
1986ApJ...305..823R 112 T K                 1 1 34 Molecules in galaxies. I. CO observations in a spiral arm of
M 31.
RYDEN B.S. and STARK A.A.
1986ApJ...307....1S 1 30 196 The redshift-distance relation. IX. Perturbation of the very nearby velocity field by the mass of the Local Group. SANDAGE A.
1986ApJ...308..487D 70 T                   1 9 15 The Hubble ratio from sosies of
M 31 in the Virgo S cloud and in the Hercules supercluster.
DE VAUCOULEURS G. and CORWIN H.G.Jr
1986ApJ...308..868B 1 4 19 A latitude survey of carbon monoxide emission near the Galactic Center. BANIA T.M.
1986ApJ...311L..33H 20 4 322 The IRAS colors of normal galaxies. HELOU G.
1986ApJ...311L..41W 2 5 54 A Schmidt law for the molecular gas profiles of disk galaxies. WYSE R.F.G.
1986ApJ...311...85C 1 8 39 Kinematic detection of supernova remnants in giant HII regions. CHU Y.-H. and KENNICUTT R.C.Jr
1986ApJ...311...98T 82 195 Star formation in active dwarf galaxies. THRONSON H.A.Jr and TELESCO C.M.
1986ApJ...311..163S 2 18 193 Do novae hibernate during most of the millennia between eruptions ? Links between dwarf and classical novae, and implications for the spacedensities and evolution of cataclysmic binaries. SHARA M.M., LIVIO M., MOFFAT A.F.J., et al.
1986ApJ...311..637C 60 65 The dwarf star content of elliptical and lenticular galaxies. CARTER D., VISVANATHAN N. and PICKLES A.J.
1986ApJS...60..939B 70 T                   85 6 Wide binaries in the direction of
Andromeda.
BAHCALL J.N., JONES B.F. and RATNATUNGA K.U.
1986MNRAS.219..217B 7 3 The mass distribution of dark clouds in external galaxies. BHATT H.C. and WILLIAMS I.P.
1986MNRAS.219..373G 74 T                   1 1 17 The dynamical influence of the nucleus on the bulge of
M 31.
GERHARD O.E.
1986MNRAS.220..927M 37 47 Interstellar absorption lines in the directions of extragalactic objects. II. Analysis of 25 sight lines. MORTON D.C. and BLADES J.C.
1986MNRAS.221..887R 21 42 The luminosity and kinematics of RR Lyraes - II. RR Lyraes and the distance to the LMC. REID I.N. and STRUGNELL P.R.
1986MNRAS.221..911M 1 17 75 Some considerations on the origin of nitrogen. MATTEUCCI F.
1986MNRAS.221.1023K 50 3 608 Review of galactic constants. KERR F.J. and LYNDEN-BELL D.
1986MNRAS.223..539S 2 6 56 Alternatives to dark matter. SANDERS R.H.
1986PASP...98..110V 1 4 27 Novae as distance indicators. VAN DEN BERGH S. and PRITCHET C.J.
1986PASP...98..163O 3 7 Nuclei of normal galaxies. O'CONNELL R.W.
1986PASP...98..525F 10 25 The X-ray properties of normal galaxies. FABBIANO G.
1986PASP...98..973M 9 27 IV. The evolution of CNO abundances in galaxies. MATTEUCCI F.
1986PASP...98.1095H 9 7 HII regions and star formation in galaxies. HODGE P.
1986ARA&A..24...89T 2 4 38 Molecules in stars. TSUJI T.
1986ARA&A..24..421S 1 17 86 The population concept, globular clusters, subdwarfs, ages, and the collapse of the Galaxy. SANDAGE A.
1986ARA&A..24..459S 2 22 226 Global structure of magnetic fields in spiral galaxies. SOFUE Y., FUJIMOTO M. and WIELEBINSKI R.
1986Afz....24..333A 43 6 Surface brightness distributions in Seyfert galaxies. I. The sample. Results of scanning. AFANAS'EV V.L., DOROSHENKO V.T. and TEREBIZH V.Y.
1986Afz....24..425A 45 2 Surface brightness distributions in Seyfert galaxies. II. Multiaperture photometry. AFANAS'EV V.L., DOROSHENKO V.T. and TEREBIZH V.Y.
1986ATsir1435....1K 70 T                   1 2 1 UBV-photometry of the spiral arm S 5 in
M 31.
KOURTEV R.G. and IVANOV G.R.
1986ATsir1435....4I 9 0 On the distance modulus of M 33 galaxy. IVANOV G. and KYNCHEV P.
1986ATsir1435....6I 70 T                   1 2 0 The distribution of the stars across the spiral arm N4 in
M 31 galaxy.
IVANOV G., NEDYALKOV P. and KYNCHEV P.
1986AZh....63..625S 70 T                   1 1 1 Photometric studies of globular clusters in the Andromeda nebula. IV. Determination of the gas-to-dust ratio in
M 31 based on globular clusters.
SHAROV A.S. and LYUTYJ V.M.
1986AN....307...85D 70 T                   1 53 3 Positions of extragalactic objects in the vicinity of M 3 and
M 31 (5C3 radio field) and in the 5C1 radio field.
DICK W.R., LORENZ H., NOTNI P., et al.
1986AN....307..157V 128 17 Empirical properties of nearby groups of galaxies. VENNIK J.
1986Ap&SS.118..435V 7 2 Globular clusters and galactic evolution. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1986Ap&SS.119..191S 8 2 Large-scale configuration of the magnetic field in spiral galaxies. SOFUE Y., KLEIN U., BECK R., et al.
1986Ap&SS.124..329I 70 T                   1 2 1 On the 75-day Cepheid and the envelope of the period-amplitude diagram in
M 31.
IVANOV G.R. and SHAROV A.S.
1986Ap&SS.125..201B 3 7 The period-amplitude diagram of the Cepheids. BERDNIKOV L.N. and IVANOV G.R.
1986Ap&SS.127..327K 2 3 A photometric study of three star fields in the southern region of M 33. KUNCHEV P.Z. and NIKOLOV N.S.
1986BICDS..31..137O 38 0 Some aspects of the bibliography of astronomical objects. OCHSENBEIN F. and DUBOIS P.
1986BAAS...18..915W 70 T                   1 1 1 The relation between dust and gas in the
Andromeda galaxy.
WALTERBOS R.A.M.
1986BAAS...18..916L 70 T                   1 1 0 High resolution CO and HI line observations of molecular and atomic clouds toward the star formation site A22/D118 in
M 31.
LADA C.J., MARGULIS M., SOFUE Y., et al.
1986BAAS...18..918C 70 T                   1 2 0 The distribution and luminosity function of novae in
M 31.
CIARDULLO R., FORD H.C., NEILL J.D., et al.
1986BAAS...18.1015D 2 0 A new, independent measure of the Hubble constant. DRESSLER A.
1986BAAS...18.1022R 6 0 Atlas of large optical galaxies observed by IRAS. RICE W.L., PERSSON C.J., SOIFER B.T., et al.
1986BAAS...18.1038T 70 T                   1 0 Spectroscopy of metal-rich
M 31 globular clusters.
TRIPICCO M.
1986ComAp..11..257T 2 5 Scaling down the galaxy. TRIMBLE V.
1986Icar...65..152V 100 4 A search for the tritium hyperfine line from nearby stars. VALDES F. and FREITAS R.A.Jr
1986JAVSO..15...25S 255 2 A checklist of supernovae in the NGC and IC galaxies through 1985. SPRATT C.E.
1986MmSAI..57..553H 23 2 The ages of the local group galaxies. HODGE P.W.
1986Mercu..15...25G 70 T                   1 4 0 A quasar/galaxy double image. A new look at the 1885 supernova in
M 31.
GREGORY S. and MORRISON N.D.
1986Natur.324..411T 6 0 Do globular clusters belong ? TRIMBLE V.
1986PAZh...12..739A 2 1 Observations of M 33 at the frequency of 102 MHz. ARTYUKH V.S. and MALUMIAN V.G.
1986PASAu...6..280P 13 12 Gamma-ray astronomy at the highest energies. PROTHEROE R.J.
1986PASJ...38...63S 72 T                   2 2 18 Neutral hydrogen in
M 31 VI. The tidal interaction between
M 31 and NGC 205.
SATO N.R. and SAWA T.
1986PASJ...38..485F 7 5 The vertical structure of galactic spiral arms : the energetics of velocity active regions. FEITZINGER J.V. and SPICKER J.
1986RMxAA..12...79P 10 4 Kinematics of spiral galaxies; an overwiew. PISMIS P.
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1986SciAm.255l..50K 2 0 Dark matter in the universe. KRAUSS L.M.
1986S&W....25..260L 1 0 IRAS und der neue Infrarothimmel. Teil I : Die technische Meisterleistung. LEMKE D. and KLAAS U.
1986S&W....25..336E 70 T                   1 0 Einzelobjekte im
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1986IAUS..116..369H 1 9 49 Systems of stellar associations in galaxies. HODGE P.
1986NIA86......307B 2 ~ IUE observations of massive stars in nearby galaxies. BIANCHI L., MASSEY P. and HUTCHINGS J.
1986NIA86......687B 8 ~ The ultraviolet to infrared continuum of narrow emission line active galaxies. BOISSON C. and DURRET F.
1987A&A...171...33R 27 58 HI observations of galaxies in a catalog of nearby galaxies. II. The motion of the sun and the galaxy and the velocity dispersion of 'field' galaxies. RICHTER O.-G., TAMMANN G.A. and HUCHTMEIER W.K.
1987A&A...172..378O 71 T                   1 3 21 The
Andromeda galaxy in gamma-rays.
OEZEL M.E. and BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1987A&A...173...43C 75 T                   1 1 22 Mapping of a molecular complex in a northern spiral arm of
M 31.
CASOLI F., COMBES F. and STARK A.A.
1987A&A...174...28C 1 12 88 H-alpha survey of M 33 with the six-meter telescope: morphology of the general diffuse emission, evidence for a chaotic medium of bubbles and filaments. COURTES G., PETIT H., SIVAN J.P., et al.
1987A&A...175...45G 6 15 The central X-ray source in M 33. GOTTWALD M., PIETSCH W. and HASINGER G.
1987A&A...177...27B 5 3 67 Generation of large-scale magnetic fields in spiral galaxies. BARYSHNIKOVA Y., RUZMAIKIN A., SOKOLOFF IV D.D., et al.
1987A&A...178...91B 75 T                   1 1 22 Kinematics of ionized gas in the center of the Andromeda nebula (
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BOULESTEIX J., GEORGELIN Y.P., LECOARER E., et al.
1987A&A...180...27W 104 T                   1 1 136 Infrared emission from interstellar dust in the
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WALTERBOS R.A.M. and SCHWERING P.B.W.
1987A&A...181..398B 2 2 16 Properties of supernova remnants at known distances. II. The effect ofambient density on number-diameter relations. BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1987A&A...185...25B 70 T                   1 74 41 Near-infrared photometry of globular clusters in the outer halo of
M 31.
BONOLI F., DELPINO F., FEDERICI L., et al.
1987A&A...185...97A 3 9 An interpretation of the line-strength indices in old stellar populations using an evolutionary synthesis approach. ARAGON A., GORGAS J. and REGO M.
1987A&A...186...30N 3 5 60 Origin and evolution of compact elliptical galaxies. NIETO J.-L. and PRUGNIEL P.
1987A&A...186...95B 1 4 24 The magnetic field in M 51. BECK R., KLEIN U. and WIELEBINSKI R.
1987A&AS...67..447B 70 T                   2 864 145 Search for (globular) clusters in
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M 31.
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1987A&AS...68..109I 70 T                   1 3 0 High resolution 5 GHz flux-densities of sources in
M 31.
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1987A&AS...69..311W 76 T                   1 4 99 Multi-color photographic surface photometry of the
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WALTERBOS R.A.M. and KENNICUTT R.C.Jr
1987A&AS...70..125V 3 8 120 UBV photometry of novae. VAN DEN BERGH S. and YOUNGER P.F.
1987AJ.....93...53M 57 71 Spectroscopy of the globular clusters in M 87. MOULD J.R., OKE J.B. and NEMEC J.M.
1987AJ.....93..310O 71 T                   1 3 14 A photometric survey of the rich OB association NGC 206 in
M 31.
ODEWAHN S.
1987AJ.....93..779H 30 70 The M 87 globular cluster system. I. Dynamics. HUCHRA J. and BRODIE J.
1987AJ.....93..816K 5 15 330 Dark matter in spiral galaxies. II. Galaxies with H I rotation curves. KENT S.M.
1987AJ.....93.1484M 266 27 A systematic search for long-term variability in a large sample of X-ray sources. MACCACARO T., GARILLI B. and MEREGHETTI S.
1987AJ.....94..306K 5 7 150 Surface photometry of six local group galaxies. KENT S.M.
1987AJ.....94..831A 73 96 Multicolor optical imaging of powerful far-infrared galaxies: more evidence for a link between galaxy mergers and far-infrared emission. ARMUS L., HECKMAN T. and MILEY G.
1987AJ.....94..906H 1 7 42 Globular clusters as extragalactic distance indicators : maximum-likelihood methods. HANES D.A. and WHITTAKER D.G.
1987AJ.....94.1538M 91 50 The spectra of extragalactic Wolf-Rayet stars. MASSEY P., CONTI P.S. and ARMANDROFF T.E.
1987AJ.....94.1556S 16 13 A search for RR Lyrae variables in NGC 147. SAHA A. and HOESSEL J.G.
1987ApJ...313...89T 1 3 16 NGC 3928 : a highly bulge-dominated compact spiral galaxy. TANIGUCHI Y. and WATANABE M.
1987ApJ...313..413R 8 1 33 A model for the infrared emission from the bulge of our galaxy. ROWAN-ROBINSON M. and CHESTER T.
1987ApJ...315...46F 1 30 121 X-ray observations of spiral galaxies. II. Images and spectral parameters of 13 galaxies. FABBIANO G. and TRINCHIERI G.
1987ApJ...315..555H 10 3 129 Supernovae versus models of the interstellar medium and the gaseous halo. HEILES C.
1987ApJ...316..127F 113 T K                 1 1 34 The X-ray spectral properties of the bulge of
M 31.
FABBIANO G., TRINCHIERI G. and VAN SPEYBROECK L.S.
1987ApJ...316..517P 105 T K                 1 33 121 Observations of RR Lyrae stars in the halo of
M 31.
PRITCHET C.J. and VAN DEN BERGH S.
1987ApJ...317...62N 105 T K                 1 38 25 Dynamics of the outer disk and halo of
M 31.
NOLTHENIUS R. and FORD H.C.
1987ApJ...317...82G 1 30 203 The composition gradient across M 81. GARNETT D.R. and SHIELDS G.A.
1987ApJ...317..557S 18 20 The redshift-distance relation. IXa. Reinterpretation of the Local Group deceleration data emphasizing the Kahn-Woltjer mass determination. SANDAGE A.
1987ApJ...318..507P 1 15 88 Observations of novae in the Virgo cluster. PRITCHET C.J. and VAN DEN BERGH S.
1987ApJ...318..520C 105 T K                 1 36 136 The spatial distribution and population of novae in
M 31.
CIARDULLO R., FORD H.C., NEILL J.D., et al.
1987ApJ...320..199F 1 63 289 M giants in Baade's window: infrared colors, luminosities and implications for the stellar content of E and S0 galaxies. FROGEL J.A. and WHITFORD A.E.
1987ApJ...320..266M 105 T K                 1 39 38 Wolf-Rayet stars in the
Andromeda galaxy.
MOFFAT A.F.J. and SHARA M.M.
1987ApJ...321L.145V 106 T K                 1 8 39 Giant molecular clouds in
M 31.
VOGEL S.N., BOULANGER F. and BALL R.
1987ApJ...322L..73P 2 5 54 CO emission from Centaurus A. PHILLIPS T.G., ELLISON B.N., KEENE J.B., et al.
1987ApJ...322L..79H 105 T K                 1 7 21 Are there stellar winds in the hot stars of
M 31 ?
HUTCHINGS J.B., MASSEY P. and BIANCHI L.
1987ApJ...322..632T 12 2 99 A central black hole in M 32. TONRY J.L.
1987ApJ...323L..31B 2 3 The initial neutrino events from supernovae as evidence for matter versus antimatter. BARNES A.V., WEILER T.J. and PAKVASA S.
1987ApJ...323...44V 771 128 The supernova rate in Shapley-Ames galaxies. VAN DEN BERGH S., McCLURE R.D. and EVANS R.
1987ApJ...323...79P 1 9 59 The late-type stellar content of NGC 55. PRITCHET C.J., RICHER H.B., SCHADE D., et al.
1987ApJS...64..601B 602 257 Spectroscopy and photometry of elliptical galaxies. III. UBV aperture photometry, CCD photometry, and magnitude-related parameters. BURSTEIN D., DAVIES R.L., DRESSLER A., et al.
1987ApJS...65..485C viz 315 245 A 1.49 GHz atlas of spiral galaxies with BT <+12 and delta >-45. CONDON J.J.
1987ApJS...65..543C 161 31 A 1.49 GHz supplementary atlas of spiral galaxies with H-magnitudes. CONDON J.J., YIN Q.F. and BURSTEIN D.
1987MNRAS.224..299S 2 6 53 Evidence for a spiral magnetic field configuration in the galaxy M 51. SCARROTT S.M., WARD-THOMPSON D. and WARREN-SMITH R.F.
1987PASP...99....5H 21 26 Massive stars in galaxies. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1987PASP...99..173H 72 T                   1 2 17 Properties of young star clusters in
M 31.
HODGE P.W., MATEO M., LEE M.G., et al.
1987PASP...99..380H 71 T                   1 2 11 UBVR sequences in
M 31 and M 33.
HUMPHREYS R.M., SITKO M.L. and SITKO A.K.
1987PASP...99..854C 70 T                   1 3 4 Spectroscopic observations of Nova 1986 No 32 in
M 31.
COWLEY A.P. and STARRFIELD S.G.
1987PASP...99.1031H 7 18 How similar are the globular clusters in different galaxies ? HARRIS W.E.
1987ARA&A..25..187S 2 29 287 The IRAS view of the extragalactic sky. SOIFER B.T., HOUCK J.R. and NEUGEBAUER G.
1987ARA&A..25..345F 1 58 292 Cepheids as distance indicators. FEAST M.W. and WALKER A.R.
1987ARA&A..25..425T 3 37 460 Existence and nature of dark matter in the universe. TRIMBLE V.
1987ARA&A..25..521B 1 21 118 The IRAS view of the Galaxy and the solar system. BEICHMAN C.A.
1987Afz....26..443S 21 6 Accretion of gaseous disks of galaxies. II. Taking into account the viscosity effect in the giant molecular clouds disk. SIL'CHENKO O.K. and LIPUNOV V.M.
1987Afz....27..283R 4 4 The mass-luminosity dependence for active galaxies nuclei. RESHETNIKOV V.P.
1987ATsir1505....5S 70 T                   1 1 0 Coordinates of the 7 point objects in central region of
M 31.
SHOKIN Yu.A. and SHUL'GA V.V.
1987ATsir1519....1Z 8 1 On the azimuthal average distribution of HI in galaxies. ZASOV A.V. and FRIDMAN A.M.
1987AZh....64...79T 102 4 Frequency of outbursts and spatial distribution of type I and II supernovae. TSVETKOV D.Y.
1987AN....308..189M 6 2 On the problem of secular variability in the stellar initial mass function. MEUSINGER H.
1987Ap&SS.129...39E 70 T                   1 12 5 The luminosity of red supergiants in the
Andromeda galaxy.
EFREMOV Y.N. and IVANOV G.R.
1987Ap&SS.135..119E 71 T                   1 15 69 Star complexes and associations in the
Andromeda galaxy.
EFREMOV Y.N., IVANOV G.R. and NIKOLOV N.S.
1987Ap&SS.138..229B 50 52 Local interstellar medium. BOCHKAREV N.G.
1987BAAS...19Q.683H 70 T                   1 1 0 Stars in Baade's field IV of
M 31.
HODGE P.W. and LEE M.G.
1987BAAS...19..684S 1 1 Surface brightnesses from standard stars with wide-field cameras. SPECK S., USHER P.D., KLINGLESMITH III D., et al.
1987BAAS...19..703M 5 0 The spectra of extragalactic Wolf-Rayet stars. MASSEY P., CONTI P.S. and ARMANDROFF T.E.
1987BAAS...19.1061L 70 T                   1 1 0 Disk stars in
M 31.
LEE M.G. and HODGE P.W.
1987BAAS...19.1063C 70 T                   1 1 0 The morphology of the ionized gas in the bulge of
M 31.
CIARDULLO R., RUBIN V.C. and JACOBY G.H.
1987BAAS...19.1094K 70 T                   1 1 0 A CO(J=2-1) study of a section of a spiral arm in
M 31.
KUTNER M.L., VERTER F.J. and RICKARD L.J.
1987BAAS...19.1105P 4 0 The distance to the Virgo and Ursa Major clusters and a determinationof Ho. PIERCE M.J. and TULLY R.B.
1987BAAS...19.1130R 2 0 Searching for massive black holes in nearby galaxies. RICHSTONE D.O.
1987IAUC.4496....0C 70 T                   1 2 ~ Possible supernova in
M 31.
CHEREPASHCHUK A.M. and METLOVA N.
1987IAUC.4498....0B 70 T                   1 2 ~ No supernova in
M 31.
BUCZYNSKI D., HURST G.M., McCROSKY R.E., et al.
1987IAUC.4515....0B 70 T                   1 3 ~ Probable novae in
M 31.
BRYAN J.
1987IAUC.4516....0B 70 T                   1 2 ~ Nova in
M 31.
BRYAN J.
1987JApA....8...57B 2 3 ST-FOC observations of globular clusters: simulations. BRAGAGLIA A., FERRARO F.R., FUSI PECCI F., et al.
1987JApA....8..241A 89 12 Additional members of the local group of galaxies and quantized redshifts within the two nearest groups. ARP H.
1987JRASC..81..113G 11 0 The mysterious nebulae, 1610-1924. GINGERICH O.
1987Mercu..16....3H 11 0 The Local Group : our galactic neighborhood. HODGE P.
1987Mercu..16...84G 4 0 New observations of three nearby galaxies. GREGORY S. and MORRISON N.D.
1987Msngr..49...42K 70 T                   1 4 0 A medieval reference to the
Andromeda nebula.
KUNITZSCH P.
1987Natur.325..779E 17 35 Mass distribution in spiral galaxies. ERICKSON L.K., GOTTESMAN S.T. and HUNTER J.H.Jr
1987PhR...148..309A 76 28 Extragalactic magnetic fields. ASSEO E. and SOL H.
1987PAZh...13..643S 70 T                   1 1 1 Photoelectric photometry of globular clusters in the
Andromeda nebula. XII.
SHAROV A.S., LYUTIJ V.M. and ESIPOV V.F.
1987PASJ...39...57N 71 T                   1 3 15 CO and HI correlation in superclouds of
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1987PASJ...39..375F 1 7 37 Bisymmetric spiral configuration of magnetic fields in spiral galaxies. II. A quasi-global theory. FUJIMOTO M. and SAWA T.
1987PASJ...39..541S 73 T                   1 1 12 The bisymmetric spiral magnetic field in
M 31.
SOFUE Y. and BECK R.
1987PASJ...39..547S 40 45 Vertical dust lanes and magnetic field in spiral galaxies. SOFUE Y.
1987QJRAS..28..217W 8 4 Wolf-Rayet stars: current status and major questions. WILLIS A.J.
1987QJRAS..28..481B 18 11 Isaac Newton telescope observations 1984-6. BENN C.R. and MARTIN R.
1987Rech...18..924N 5 0 L'origine des quasars. NIETO J.-L.
1987RMxAA..14..108P 16 4 Comments on activity in galactic nuclei at all scales of energetics. PISMIS P.
1987RMxAA..14..167L 70 T                   1 1 0 Small scale structure of polarized emission in
M 31.
LOISEAU N., HUMMEL E., BECK R., et al.
1987RMxAA..14..172Z 17 7 Morphology of LMC clusters. ZEPKA A.F. and DOTTORI H.A.
1987RMxAA..14..226A 2 0 A simple, realistic model of the galactic mass distribution for orbit computations. ALLEN C. and MARTOS M.A.
1987RMxAA..14..260I 1 0 Collapse of white dwarfs in low mass binary systems. ISERN J., CANAL R., GARCIA-BERRO E., et al.
1987Sci...237..361W 1 0 A younger universe is seen in the stars. WALDROP M.M.
1987S&T....74..595D 70 T                   1 4 0 Discovering
M 31's spiral shape.
DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1987SAAOC..11..125W 12 3 Notes on Cepheid variables in galaxies more distant than the Magellanic Clouds. WALKER A.R.
1987S&W....26...70R 2 0 Entfernungsbestimmung mit novae. RADONS G.
1987S&W....26..376P 6 1 Carl Wirtz und die Flucht der Spiralnebel. PRIESTER W. and SCHAAF R.
1987IAUS..121..103R 70 T                   1 1 1 Blue objects near
M 31 and optical identifications of 5C3 sources.
RICHTER G.A.
1987IAUS..121..341M 11 2 The primeval hadron : origin of rotation and magnetic fields in the universe. MURADIAN R.M.
1987IAUS..121..499T 20 53 Starburst models for AGNs. TERLEVICH R., MELNICK J. and MOLES M.
1987IAUS..122..409W 11 7 Some observations relevant to the theory of extended envelopes. WOLF B.
1987IAUS..124..151T 25 54 The cosmic distance scale. TAMMANN G.A.
1987IAUS..124..187A 5 4 A distance scale from the IR magnitude/H I velocity width relation. AARONSON M.
1987IAUS..124..197P 70 T                   1 1 0 Local calibrators and Ho : the distance to
M 31 using RR Lyrae stars.
PRITCHET C.J.
1987IAUS..124..479A 24 4 Observations requiring a non-standard approach. ARP H.
1987IAUS..124..503B 6 0 Redshift asymmetries and the missing mass. BYRD G.G. and VALTONEN M.J.
1987IAUS..125..131L 1 0 A statistical study of the correlation between galactic SNRS and spiral arms. LI Z.W.
1987IAUS..125..149T 16 1 Population of accreting neutron stars in external galaxies. TRINCHIERI G.
1987IAUS..125..187V 2 12 135 The globular cluster population of X-ray binaries. VERBUNT F. and HUT P.
1987IAUS..127....3D 16 6 General historical introduction. DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1987IAUS..127...17K 1 15 89 Cores of early-type galaxies. KORMENDY J.
1987IAUS..127..155F 6 7 X-rays from elliptical galaxies. FABIAN A.C. and THOMAS P.A.
1987IAUS..127..189G 13 21 Line-strength gradients in early-type galaxies. GORGAS J. and EFSTATHIOU G.
1987IAUS..127..203P 4 7 Population synthesis of composite systems. PICKLES A.
1987IAUS..127..241G 13 10 Dynamics in the centres of triaxial elliptical galaxies. GERHARD O.E.
1987IAUS..127..331L 6 6 Formation and secular evolution of elliptical galaxies. LAKE G.
1987IAUS..127..401G 2 5 A method to determine the intrinsic axial ratios of individual triaxial galaxies. GERHARD O.E. and VIETRI M.
1987IAUS..127..439B 1 1 Ultraviolet energy distributions of (32) early-type galaxies. BERTOLA F., BURSTEIN D., BUSON L.M., et al.
1988A&A...190...10C 4 3 57 A new determination of the frequency of supernovae. CAPPELLARO E. and TURATTO M.
1988A&A...191L...9B 5 4 80 Far-infrared and radio continuum emission of nearby galaxies. BECK R. and GOLLA G.
1988A&A...192...19L 6 23 Physical conditions in spiral galaxies supporting strong dynamo action. LESCH H., SAWA T., KRAUSE M., et al.
1988A&A...192...98B 33 22 Constraints provided by star cluster spectra on the nature of the UV turn-up in giant elliptical galaxies. BICA E. and ALLOIN D.
1988A&A...192..299B 15 9 Properties of supernova remnants at known distances. III. Energy content. BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1988A&A...194...11L 67 38 Sequential star formation in the Magellanic Clouds. LORTET M.-C. and TESTOR G.
1988A&A...194...43D 1 2 10 The evolution of galactic centers. II. Normal and compact galaxies. DUSCHL W.J.
1988A&A...195...60B 92 26 A two-component model for the 40-120 mu.m emission from normal disk galaxies. BUAT V. and DEHARVENG J.M.
1988A&A...196...17B 156 26 The value of Ho from the infrared Tully-Fisher relation. BOTTINELLI L., GOUGUENHEIM L. and TEERIKORPI P.
1988A&A...198...43C 1 3 18 Molecular clouds in the main disk and warped plane of M 31: evidence for two different populations. CASOLI F. and COMBES F.
1988A&A...198...61W 7 6 176 An optical study of stars and dust in the Andromeda galaxy. WALTERBOS R.A.M. and KENNICUTT R.C.Jr
1988A&A...199...91H 1 10 64 The radio continuum, far-infrared and optical emission from Sbc galaxies and their relation to star formation. HUMMEL E., DAVIES R.D., WOLSTENCROFT R.D., et al.
1988A&A...200...21C 2 3 27 Parameter estimates for the orbits of M 32 and NGC 205 about the centre of mass of the M 31 system. CEPA J. and BECKMAN J.E.
1988A&A...200...26H 45 15 Search for H2O maser emission in nearby galaxies. HUCHTMEIER W.K., ECKART A. and ZENSUS A.J.
1988A&A...200...40H 19 1 78 IRAS edge-on view of our galaxy: the disk. HABING H.J.
1988A&A...202...70A 88 11 What is the mean redshift of the Virgo cluster ? ARP H.
1988A&A...203..237H 146 99 HI observations of galaxies in the Kraan-Korteweg-Tammann catalogue of nearby galaxies. III. Global parameters of the galaxies. HUCHTMEIER W.K. and RICHTER O.-G.
1988A&A...203..306H 11 21 Variable C : an S Doradus-type variable in M 33. HUMPHREYS R.M., LEITHERER C., STAHL O., et al.
1988A&A...205....6B 71 T                   1 1 6 The nature of the most distant
M 31 globular cluster candidate.
BONOLI F., FEDERICI L. and FUSI PECCI F.
1988A&A...205..257B 1 2 9 Density and pressure distribution of the warm interstellar medium andits relation to the galactic distribution of diffuse and molecular clouds. BOHIGAS J.
1988A&A...206...47W 3 5 67 A further study of the radio-far-infrared relation in galaxies. II. The ubiquity of the correlation. WUNDERLICH E. and KLEIN U.
1988A&A...206..227D 96 29 The link between IRAS spectra and near-infrared emission features in external galaxies. DESERT F.X. and DENNEFELD M.
1988A&A...207L..11C 4 4 67 Model of grain properties based on IRAS observations. I. Evidence fornew particle populations. CHLEWICKI G. and LAUREIJS R.J.
1988A&AS...75..191H 45 140 A deep, nearly complete, survey of northern high-velocity clouds. HULSBOSCH A.N.M. and WAKKER B.P.
1988A&AS...76...65B viz 911 44 A catalogue of the brightest stars in the field of M 31. BERKHUIJSEN E.M., HUMPHREYS R.M., GHIGO F.D., et al.
1988AJ.....95..438C 17 1 71 The morphology of the ionized gas in M 31's bulge. CIARDULLO R., RUBIN V.C., JACOBY G.H., et al.
1988AJ.....95..720K 1 15 80 Giant HII regions and the formation of populous star clusters. KENNICUTT R.C.Jr and CHU Y.-H.
1988AJ.....95.1071C 70 T                   1 53 18 The ultraviolet spectra of
M 31 globular clusters.
COWLEY A.P. and BURSTEIN D.
1988AJ.....95.1400B 11 1 47 Galactic-latitude distribution of bulge M giants at l=0. BLANCO V.M.
1988AJ.....95.1404W 8 3 98 The galactic spheroid : what is population II ? WYSE R.F.G. and GILMORE G.
1988AJ.....96...30C 179 140 Radio identifications of UGC galaxies: starbursts and monsters. CONDON J.J. and BRODERICK J.J.
1988AJ.....96...73T 87 65 The galaxy luminosity function and environmental dependencies. TULLY R.B.
1988AJ.....96.1248F 41 83 Stellar content of nearby galaxies. I. BVRI CCD photometry for IC 1613. FREEDMAN W.L.
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.
1988ApJ...324..172H 36   K                 10 42 UBVR CCD photometry of stars in M 31. I. Baade's field IV. HODGE P., LEE M.G. and MATEO M.
1988ApJ...324..279L 9 2 76 The relationship between the Eddington limit, the observed upper luminosity limit for massive stars and the luminous blue variables. LAMERS H.J.G.L.M. and FITZPATRICK E.L.
1988ApJ...324..701D 55   K                 3 245 Stellar dynamics in the nuclei of M 31 and M 32 : evidence for massive black holes. DRESSLER A. and RICHSTONE D.O.
1988ApJ...324..749F 92 65 A five-band study of spiral galaxies : X-ray, optical, near and far-infrared and radio continuum correlations. FABBIANO G., GIOIA I.M. and TRINCHIERI G.
1988ApJ...325..128K 53   K                 3 217 Evidence for a supermassive black hole in the nucleus of M 31. KORMENDY J.
1988ApJ...325..544F 1 17 96 The X-ray emission of M 81 and its nucleus. FABBIANO G.
1988ApJ...325..679R 6 5 131 NGC 253 and a proposed sequence for nuclear starbursts. RIEKE G.H., LEBOFSKY M.J. and WALKER C.E.
1988ApJ...325..687W 36   K                 7 53 2 micron spectroscopy of nearby galaxies and evidence for a late-phase starburst in NGC 4736. WALKER C.E., LEBOFSKY M.J. and RIEKE G.H.
1988ApJ...327L..55F 11 5 223 A counterrotating core in IC 1459. FRANX M. and ILLINGWORTH G.D.
1988ApJ...327L..61S 10 3 124 The stellar bar in NGC 1068. SCOVILLE N.Z., MATTHEWS K., CARICO D.P., et al.
1988ApJ...327...82R 7 3 91 Maximum-entropy models of galaxies. RICHSTONE D.O. and TREMAINE S.
1988ApJ...327..128S 1 6 32 On the relationship of W-R star numbers and subclass distribution to OB star numbers and metallicity in galaxies. SMITH L.F.
1988ApJ...327..671T 4 3 53 Near-infrared mass-to-light ratios in galaxies : stellar mass and star formation in the heart of the Whirlpool. THRONSON H.A. and GREENHOUSE M.A.
1988ApJ...328....1S 2 2 22 The Hubble constant from Pritchet and Van den Bergh's nova distance to the Virgo cluster. SANDAGE A. and TAMMANN G.A.
1988ApJ...328..143L 41   K                 2 52 Observations of molecular and atomic clouds in M 31. LADA C.J., MARGULIS M., SOFUE Y., et al.
1988ApJ...328..440B 3 32 390 The far-ultraviolet spectra of early-type galaxies. BURSTEIN D., BERTOLA F., BUSON L.M., et al.
1988ApJ...328..755L 2 5 49 Gamma-ray limits on 22Na production in novae. LEISING M.D., SHARE G.H., CHUPP E.L., et al.
1988ApJ...329..651H 40   K                 2 40 UBVR CCD photometry of stars in M 31. II. Five disk fields. HODGE P. and LEE M.G.
1988ApJ...329..712S 6 3 74 Abundance effects on the Cepheid distance scale. STOTHERS R.B.
1988ApJ...330L..33R 1 12 89 Stellar velocities and the mass distribution in the galactic center. RIEKE G.H. and RIEKE M.J.
1988ApJ...330..191R 92 46 Pregalactic formation of globular clusters in cold dark matter. ROSENBLATT E.I., FABER S.M. and BLUMENTHAL G.R.
1988ApJ...330..579P 1 64 315 Distances to the Virgo and Ursa Major clusters and a determination of Ho. PIERCE M.J. and TULLY R.B.
1988ApJ...331L.109C 6 21 The nature of S Andromedae (SN 1885A). CHEVALIER R.A. and PLAIT P.C.
1988ApJ...331..135P 37   K                 7 65 Stellar populations in the inner halo of M 31. PRITCHET C.J.
1988ApJ...331..583S 209 53 A case for Ho = 42 and omega o = 1 using luminous spiral galaxies and the cosmological time scale test. SANDAGE A.
1988ApJ...331..605S 33 71 The case for Ho =55 from the 21 centimeter line width-absolute magnitude relation for field galaxies. SANDAGE A.
1988ApJ...331..620K 146 122 21 centimeter line width distances of cluster galaxies and the value of Ho. KRAAN-KORTEWEG R.C., CAMERON L.M. and TAMMANN G.A.
1988ApJ...333..542W 63 74 Rotation curves for spiral galaxies in clusters. II. Variations as a function of cluster position. WHITMORE B.C., FORBES D.A. and RUBIN V.C.
1988ApJ...333..594E 50   K                 1 60 The globular cluster system of M 31. ELSON R.A. and WALTERBOS R.A.M.
1988ApJ...334..144K 130 157 Properties of H II region populations in galaxies. I. The first-ranked H II regions. KENNICUTT R.C.Jr
1988ApJ...334..159D 31 65 The globular clusters of the dwarf elliptical galaxies NGC 147, NGC 185, and NGC 205. I. Abundances. DA COSTA G.S. and MOULD J.R.
1988ApJ...334..657B 107 T K                 1 2 16 Images in the rocket ultraviolet : UV fluxes of
M31 globular clusters.
BOHLIN R.C., CORNETT R.H., HILL J.K., et al.
1988ApJ...334..688L 3 1 14 Stellar encounters in the galactic center : formation of massive stars and close binaries. LEE H.M. and NELSON L.A.
1988ApJ...335...40K 11 3 136 Evidence for a central dark mass in NGC 4594 (The Sombrero galaxy). KORMENDY J.
1988ApJ...335..135O 36   K                 3 20 Prospects for exploring the local galaxies through the study of their high-energy gamma-ray emission. OEZEL M.E. and FICHTEL C.E.
1988ApJS...68...91R viz 147 461 A catalog of IRAS observations of large optical galaxies. RICE W., LONSDALE C.J., SOIFER B.T., et al.
1988MNRAS.231..509R 8 11 An empirical law of star formation in spiral galaxies. RANA N.C. and WILKINSON D.A.
1988MNRAS.232p..13G 2 ~ Supermassive black hole or nuclear bar in M 31 ? GEHRARD O.E.
1988MNRAS.233..781D 4 1 16 An HI absorption line survey of Messier 31. DICKEY J.M. and BRINKS E.
1988MNRAS.234..873S 11 3 133 A model for persistent galactic warps. SPARKE L.S. and CASERTANO S.
1988PASP..100....8V 21 22 Novae, supernovae, and the island universe hypothesis. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1988PASP..100..568H 11 18 Star clusters in galaxies. HODGE P.
1988PASP..100..730D 1 0 A faint eclipsing binary associated with the galactic thick disk halo. DAVIDGE T.J. and PRITCHET C.J.
1988PASP..100..935S 1 12 49 Cepheids as distance indicators when used near their detection limit. SANDAGE A.
1988PASP..100.1217B 2 0 Globular clusters in M 104 as distance indicators. BRIDGES T.J. and HANES D.A.
1988PASP..100Q1218C 5 1 Planetary nebulae in the NGC 3379 group: testing a new standard candle. CIARDULLO R., JACOBY G.H. and FORD H.C.
1988PASP..100T1222M 4 ~ Cepheid photometry in M 31, 33, NGC 2403 and M 81. METCALFE N. and SHANKS T.
1988PASP..100R1224P 5 1 Th distances to the Virgo and Ursa Major clusters and a determinationof Ho. PIERCE M.J. and TULLY R.B.
1988ARA&A..26...51F 2 15 146 The galactic nuclear bulge and the stellar content of spheroidal systems. FROGEL J.A.
1988AISAO..26...42K viz 242 16 Isolated triple galaxies. The complete sample for radial velocities and reduced data. KARACHENTSEVA V.E., KARACHENTSEV I.D. and LEBEDEV V.S.
1988Afz....28...99G 2 0 Gas rotation above the galactic disk. GVARAMADZE V.V. and LOMINADZE J.G.
1988Afz....28..391Y 1 0 Distribution of hydroxyl clouds in the galaxy. YUREVICH L.V.
1988Afz....28..419A 6 7 The model of two-component magnetic field of the galaxy. ANDREASSIAN R.R. and MAKAROV A.N.
1988ATsir1530...11G 1 0 Star complexes in the inner part of the M 31. GEORGIEV T.B. and BILKINA B.I.
1988AZh....65..897S 4 2 Photometrical properties of the nuclei of the local group galaxies. SHAROV A.S. and LYUTYJ V.M.
1988ApL....26..331B 5 ~ Light density at the center of nearby galaxies. BENDINELLI O., PARMEGGIANI G. and ZAVATTI F.
1988ApL....27...67B 26 ~ The infrared universe revealed by IRAS. BEICHMAN C.A.
1988Ap&SS.140..119V 10 3 Maintenance of spiral arms and galactic magnetic field configurations. VALLEE J.P.
1988Ap&SS.147..173M 7 3 Mass outflow and its consequences in the circumnuclear zones of galaxies. MUNOZ-TUNON C. and BECKMAN J.E.
1988BAAS...20..730F 4 0 Toward a new calibration of the Hubble constant. FREEDMAN W.L.
1988BAAS...20.1039D 2 ~ The color-magnitude diagram of M 32. DAVIDGE T.J. and JONES J.H.
1988BAAS...20.1081L 2 0 HII regions in M 31. LEE M.G.
1988BAAS...20.1097R 2 0 Detection of late type giants in the nuclear bulge of M 31. RICH R.M., MOULD J., PICARD A., et al.
1988ComAp..12..131V 4 2 33 The galactic luminosity, rotational velocity, nova and supernova rates. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1988ComAp..12..245M 2 7 Theoretical supernova rates in the galaxy and M 31. MATTEUCCI F. and TORNAMBE A.
1988ComAp..12..287K 20 6 X-ray observations with the Ginga satellite. KOYAMA K.
1988JApA....9...17B 2 1 9 CCD star images : on the determination of Moffat's PSF shape parameters. BENDINELLI O., PARMEGGIANI G. and ZAVATTI F.
1988JBIS...41...23B 12 0 The universe at infrared wavelengths. BEICHMAN C.A.
1988JRASC..82...13V 31 5 Miscellaneous photoelectric UBV observations. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1988Mercu..17..152P 11 0 Galaxies and Erick Holmberg : the work of a retiring swedish astronomer. PAGE T.L. and ROOD H.J.
1988Msngr..52...19J 4 1 A hole in the hat or evidence for a black hole in the Sombrero galaxy? JARVIS B.J. and DUBATH P.
1988Natur.333..523R 109 2 872 Tidal disruption of stars by black holes of 10(exp.6)-10(exp.8) solarmasses in nearby galaxies. REES M.J.
1988Natur.333..829F 1 10 78 Do massive black holes reside in elliptical galaxies ? FABIAN A.C. and CANIZARES C.R.
1988Natur.334..209T 4 5 81 Origin of the Hubble constant controversy. TULLY R.B.
1988Natur.336..341R 9 2 73 Magnetism of spiral galaxies. RUZMAIKIN A., SOKOLOFF D. and SHUKUROV A.
1988Obs...108..145L 1 1 4 Spherical shells and cosmological perturbations. LYNDEN-BELL D.
1988PAZh...14...11S 1 ~ Bright novae in M 31 and the relation between maximum magnitude and rate of decline. SHAROV A.S.
1988PAZh...14..129G 2 3 On the spiral structure of M 31 galaxy in U-light. GEORGIEV T.B.
1988PAZh...14..798S 70 T                   1 4 0 On the metallicity gradient of the
M 31 globular cluster system.
SHAROV A.S.
1988PAZh...14..806G 1 2 Photometrical diagrams of the M 31 galaxy image. GEORGIEV T.B.
1988PAZh...14..817E 390 14 Young star-gaseous complexes of the galaxy. EFREMOV Y.N. and SITNIK T.G.
1988PAZh...14..882G 1 2 Morphological functions of the M 31 galaxy image. GEORGIEV T.B.
1988PAZh...14..888A 4 1 The large scale inhomogeneous distribution of compact radio sources. ARTYUKH V.S. and OGANNISSIAN M.A.
1988QJRAS..29..301C 10 0 Observations of radio sources or 'what happened to radio stars'? CONWAY R.G.
1988S&T....75..253M 1 0 A phantom in Messier 31. MARSDEN B.G.
1988SoByu..60...31M 297 0 Observation of galaxies in groups at 102 MHz. MAHTESSIAN A.P. and OGANNISIAN M.A.
1988SSRv...46..225D 8 12 The first nine months of SN 1987A : what have we learnt ? DOPITA M.A.
1988S&W....27..309E 2 0 Einzelobjekte im Andromedanebel. Teil 2 - mit Anhang : HS-Veranderliche in M 33. ECKSTEIN H. and MANDEL H.
1988S&W....27..320M 4 0 Das super-Stellaris R-150 S von Vixen mit Leitfernrohr und Polarismontierung. MUNKER W.
1988S&W....27..416R 3 0 Supernova-Haufigkeiten. RADONS G.
1988S&W....27..417M 1 0 We kennt diese Galaxie ? MANDEL H.
1988S&W....27..500K 2 0 CO-emission von Centaurus A. KLAAS U.
1988S&W....27..506G 2 0 Stochastische Sternentstehung in Zwerggalaxien. GALINSKI T.
1988TarOT..91...73T 10 ~ Subsystems in galaxies and their mass-to-luminosity ratios. TENJES P.
1988TarOT..92..159J 2 0 Observations of supernova 1885a at Tartu Observatory JOEVEER M.
1988IAUCo.101..227B 13 ~ The dominant interactions between SNR and the ISM. BRAUN R.
1988IAUCo.101..285B 2 ~ Effect of ambient density on statistical properties of SNRs : sigma-D relation, N-D relation, energy content. BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1988IAUCo.101..447M 3 ~ Supershells. McCRAY R.
1988IAUCo.101..493D 4 ~ Star formation, supernovae and the structure of disk galaxies. DOPITA M.A.
1988IUE88...1..175S 5 ~ Ultraviolet observations of LMC nova 1988. STARRFIELD S., STRYKER L.L., SONNEBORN G., et al.
1988IUE88...2...63B 23 ~ The far-iultraviolet spectrum of normal galaxies. BERTOLA F.
1989A&A...211L..12Z 6 ~ The near-infrared NaI doublet in giant elliptical galaxies. ZHOU XU, VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
1989A&A...211...37M 1 3 Concerning the preferred surface density of giant molecular clouds in the galaxy. MILGROM M.
1989A&A...211..315B 6 2 High spectral-resolution CO observations of NGC 6814 and NGC 7793. BRAND J., WOUTERLOOT J.G.A., BECKER R., et al.
1989A&A...213L...9A 1 8 34 Large angular rotation velocity of the central parts of some spiral galaxies. AFANAS'EV V.L., SIL'CHENKO O.K. and ZASOV A.V.
1989A&A...213...19K 2 4 37 Configuration of large-scale magnetic fields in spiral galaxies. KRASHENINNIKOVA Y., RUZMAIKIN A., SOKOLOFF D., et al.
1989A&A...214...33S 1 13 74 Neutral hydrogen observations of the irregular galaxy IC 10. SHOSTAK G.S. and SKILLMAN E.D.
1989A&A...214...47S 1 5 25 Observable parameters of spiral galaxies and galactic magnetic fields. STARCHENKO S.V. and SHUKUROV A.M.
1989A&A...214...68B 73 T                   1 2 24 Distribution and luminosity function of OB stars in
M 31.
BERKHUIJSEN E.M. and HUMPHREYS R.M.
1989A&A...215..219M 344 73 The structure of the Small Magellanic Cloud. MARTIN N., MAURICE E. and LEQUEUX J.
1989A&A...215..243W 1 4 28 Stellar kinematics of bulge, disk and nucleus in NGC 4594. WAGNER S.J., DETTMAR R.-J. and BENDER R.
1989A&A...217...57A 80 54 A comparative study of Na I and Ca II infrared lines in stars, star clusters and galaxy nuclei : an alternative to the dwarf-enriched population. ALLOIN D. and BICA E.
1989A&A...217...87W 1 10 60 Empirical amplitude-luminosity relation of S Doradus variables and extragalactic distances. WOLF B.
1989A&A...218...39S 71 T                   1 2 15 CO along the minor axis of
M 31.
SANDQVIST A., ELFHAG T. and LINDBLAD P.O.
1989A&A...218...78D 8 17 Large-scale properties of interstellar dust and gas in M 33. DEUL E.R.
1989A&A...222...58B 71 T                   1 9 51 High-resolution polarization observations of
M 31. I. Structure of the magnetic field in the southwestern arm.
BECK R., LOISEAU N., HUMMEL E., et al.
1989A&AS...81..421B viz 1262 122 The Asiago supernova catalogue. BARBON R., CAPPELLARO E. and TURATTO M.
1989AJ.....97...83R 70 T                   1 53 54 Fifty-two novae in
M 31 discovered and observed at Asiago from 1971 to 1986.
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1989AJ.....97..735T 82 41 Spectroscopy of metal-rich M 31 globular clusters. TRIPICCO M.J.
1989AJ.....97.1022K 45 164 A comparison of the physical conditions in nuclear, hotspot, and disk H II regions. KENNICUTT R.C.Jr, KEEL W.C. and BLAHA C.A.
1989AJ.....97.1341M 3 7 90 H II regions, extinction, and IC 342: a new view of the galactic neighborhood. McCALL M.L.
1989AJ.....97.1350L 70 T                   1 21 18 The ellipticities of a sample of globular clusters in
M 31.
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1989AJ.....97.1566K 65 41 Thin edge-on galaxies as a tool for the investigation of large-scale streaming motions in the universe. KARACHENTSEV I.
1989AJ.....97.1614K 97 T                   1 1 110 An improved bulge model for
M 31.
KENT S.M.
1989AJ.....97.1622C 70 T                   1 114 178 Properties of the nova population in
M 31.
CAPACCIOLI M., DELLA VALLE M., D'ONOFRIO M., et al.
1989AJ.....98..195K 7 17 The active nucleus of M 81 and its history. KEEL W.C.
1989AJ.....98..590K 55 31 Ellipticities at Rh of LMC star clusters. KONTIZAS E., KONTIZAS M., SEDMAK G., et al.
1989AJ.....98..843B 1 11 76 Longitude distribution of bulge M giants: the mass and large-scale structure of the spheroid. BLANCO V.M. and TERNDRUP D.M.
1989AJ.....98.1285F 4 5 97 Stellar content of nearby galaxies. II. The local group dwarf elliptical galaxy M 32. FREEDMAN W.L.
1989AJ.....98.2080K 71 T                   1 3 23 The shape of the mass distribution in
M 31 from its globular cluster system.
KENT S.M., HUCHRA J.P. and STAUFFER J.
1989ApJ...337...84G 111 T K                 1 2 55 Black holes or dark clusters in
M 31 and M 32 ?
GOODMAN J. and LEE H.M.
1989ApJ...337..761K 2 33 376 Properties of HII region populations in galaxies. II. THe HII region luminosity function. KENNICUTT R.C.Jr, EDGAR B.K. and HODGE P.W.
1989ApJ...338...13C 1 24 172 The 1.4 gigahertz luminosity function and its evolution. CONDON J.J.
1989ApJ...338...32C 1 3 21 Thermal light variations of active galactic nuclei. CLARKE C.J. and SHIELDS G.A.
1989ApJ...338..770S 4 4 74 The neutral hydrogen ring, mass-to-light ratio and dark halo of the elliptical galaxy IC 2006. SCHWEIZER F., VAN GORKOM J.H. and SEITZER P.
1989ApJ...338..789C 1 13 81 Star formation in NGC 5253. CALDWELL N. and PHILLIPS M.M.
1989ApJ...338..824M 7 4 117 Stellar kinematics in the galactic center. McGINN M.T., SELLGREN K., BECKLIN E.E., et al.
1989ApJ...339L..21M 106 T K                 1 4 30 Infrared images of the nucleus of
M 31.
MOULD J., GRAHAM J., MATTHEWS K., et al.
1989ApJ...339...39J 6 7 177 Planetary nebulae as standard candles. I. Evolutionary models. JACOBY G.H.
1989ApJ...339...53C viz 105 T K                 1 516 234 Planetary nebulae as standard candles. II. The calibration in
M 31 and its companions.
CIARDULLO R., JACOBY G.H., FORD H.C., et al.
1989ApJ...339..657F 101 9 The distribution of mass for spiral galaxies in clusters and in the field. FORBES D.A. and WHITMORE B.C.
1989ApJ...339..956H 3 1 13 Angular distribution of 1.809 MeV gamma rays generated in the decay of 26A1 produced by galactic novae. HIGDON J.C. and FOWLER W.A.
1989ApJ...340L...5C 3 4 54 The connection between active and normal galaxies. CAVALIERE A. and PADOVANI P.
1989ApJ...340..708D 5 4 95 A reevaluation of the infrared-radio correlation for spiral galaxies. DEVEREUX N.A. and EALES S.A.
1989ApJ...341L..13D 4 3 49 The warp of the galactic stellar disk detected in IRAS source counts. DJORGOVSKI S. and SOSIN C.
1989ApJ...341L..51R 79 T                   1 2 75 Luminous M giants in the bulge of
M 31.
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1989ApJ...341L..55F 108 T K                 1 2 29 Discovery of the remnant of S Andromedae (SN 1885) in
M 31.
FESEN R.A., HAMILTON A.J.S. and SAKEN J.M.
1989ApJ...341..129B 39 117 IRAS observations of optically selected galaxies. I. The properties of the UGC redshift sample. BOTHUN G.D., LONSDALE C.J. and RICE W.
1989ApJ...341..828K 2 4 42 Intermittent behavior of galactic dynamo activities. KO C.-M. and PARKER E.N.
1989ApJ...342..250P 47 18 Inhibition of star formation in Sa galaxies. POMPEA S.M. and RIEKE G.H.
1989ApJ...342..908G 1 12 87 SN 1961V : an extragalactic eta Carinae analog ? GOODRICH R.W., STRINGFELLOW G.S., PENROD G.D., et al.
1989ApJ...343...18B 16 20 On systematic errors in distance estimates of the Virgo cluster and the intrinsic scatter in the Tully-Fisher relation. BURSTEIN D. and RAYCHAUDHURY S.
1989ApJ...343..594L 2 3 31 Adiabatic growth of a black hole in a rotating stellar system. LEE M.H. and GOODMAN J.
1989ApJ...343..725Q 4 4 69 Dynamical evolution of dense clusters of compact stars. QUINLAN G.D. and SHAPIRO S.L.
1989ApJ...344L..53P 4 9 149 Tracing galaxy orbits back in time. PEEBLES P.J.E.
1989ApJ...344..704J viz 197 105 Planetary nebulae as standard candles. III. The distance to M 81. JACOBY G.H., CIARDULLO R., FORD H.C., et al.
1989ApJ...345..108P 13 49 A model for the formation of the local group. PEEBLES P.J.E., MELOTT A.L., HOLMES M.R., et al.
1989ApJ...345..674K 1 6 38 A comparison of spiral tracers in M 81. KAUFMAN M., BASH F.N., HINE B., et al.
1989ApJ...345..752E 856 106 Revised supernova rates in Shapley-Ames galaxies. EVANS R., VAN DEN BERGH S. and McCLURE R.D.
1989ApJ...345..759Z 1 42 176 Velocities of stars in remote galactic satellites and the mass of the galaxy. ZARITSKY D., OLSZEWSKI E.W., SCHOMMER R.A., et al.
1989ApJ...347L..29V 8 12 The intrinsic frequency of faint supernovae resembling SN 1987A. VAN DEN BERGH S. and McCLURE R.D.
1989ApJ...347..760C 1 36 208 Optical and HI studies of the "gas-rich" dwarf irregular galaxy DDO 154. CARIGNAN C. and BEAULIEU S.
1989MNRAS.237..247S 20 49 The effect of the disc on the rotation curves of spiral galaxies. SALUCCI P. and FRENK C.S.
1989MNRAS.238..621C 1 5 20 Structure of magnetic fields in spiral galaxies : global properties of the turbulent dynamo. CHIBA M. and TOSA M.
1989MNRAS.240..195R 17 50 Tides, torques and the timing argument. RAYCHAUDHURY S. and LYNDEN-BELL D.
1989MNRAS.240..785M viz 814 4 Multicolour photometry of the cluster of galaxies Sersic 129-01. MILLINGTON S.J.C. and PEACH J.V.
1989PASP..101....5S 1 22 121 Recent progress in understanding the eruptions of classical novae. SHARA M.M.
1989PASP..101..333W 22 12 Central-region motions in 21 nearby galaxies. WALKER M.F.
1989PASP..101..489K 73 T                   1 2 25 A comparison of optical and HI rotation curves in
M 31.
KENT S.M.
1989PASP..101.1113K 11 17 On the halo blue-star mystery. KRAFT R.P.
1989ARA&A..27...87F 8 21 747 X rays from normal galaxies. FABBIANO G.
1989ARA&A..27..139H 1 17 115 Populations in local group galaxies. HODGE P.
1989ARA&A..27..235K 3 28 375 Surface photometry and the structure of elliptical galaxies. KORMENDY J. and DJORGOVSKI S.
1989AISof...5...13G 70 T                   1 3 1 On the gradients of surface brightness of the
Andromeda galaxy.
GEORGIEV T., BILKINA B. and IVANOV G.
1989AISof...5...23G 70 T                   1 2 0 Large-scale surface photometry of
M 31 galaxy.
GEORGIEV T.
1989Afz....30..296K 1 0 Origin and dynamics of expanding neutral hydrogen supershells. KOLESNIK I.G. and SILICH S.A.
1989ATsir1538....3L 1 1 On the dynamics of the local group. LASAREVA T.Yu., POLANUER M.D. and SHOLOKHOV V.S.
1989ATsir1538....5Z 4 0 Relative gas density in spiral arms of galaxies. ZASOV A.V. and FRIDMAN A.M.
1989AZh....66..241S 70 T                   1 1 3 Photometric studies of globular clusters in the
Andromeda nebula. Luminosity function for old globular clusters.
SHAROV A.S. and LYUTYJ V.M.
1989AZh....66..462S 70 T                   2 9 1 Photometric studies of globular clusters in the
Andromeda nebula. Properties of the interstellar extinction law in
M 31.
SHAROV A.S. and LYUTYJ V.M.
1989AGAb....3..118S 6 ~ A suitable method for searching luminous blue variables in extragalactic systems. SPILLER F., STAHL O., WOLF B., et al.
1989AN....310..195I 2 0 A geometric method to determine the distance of galaxies. ISSA I.A.
1989Ast....17l..38J 8 0 The legacy of Edwin Hubble. JONES B.
1989Ast....17f..48K 4 0 How far to the galaxies ? KIERNAN V.
1989Ast....17g..78H 27 0 The ten best double stars. HARRINGTON P.
1989Ast....17b..80L 10 0 Legendary faint galaxies. LUCAS S.
1989Ast....17g..86R 1 0 Astronomy tests the northern lites cold camera. REEVES R.
1989A&ARv...1...49C 1 21 138 The galactic infrared/submillimeter dust radiation. COX P. and MEZGER P.G.
1989Ap&SS.151...47T 103 10 Population I pulsating stars. VI. Ages of star clusters and associations. TSVETKOV T.G.
1989Ap&SS.152..131G 3 1 On the understanding of the observed flat or slowly rising rotation curves in large disk galaxies. GHOSH M., BASU B. and BHATTACHARYYA T.
1989Ap&SS.152..239N 70 T                   1 3 2 Photometry of the bright stars inside and outside associations in thespiral arm S5 of the
Andromeda galaxy.
NIKOLOV N.S. and TASHEVA R.P.
1989Ap&SS.155..153M 5 2 The colours of the interstellar medium. MULLER P. and KUNDT W.
1989Ap&SS.156..189F 70 T                   1 4 0 The magnetic fields in
M 31, NGC 7331, NGC 2841, NGC 6946, and our galaxy.
FLORIDO E., BATTANER E. and SANCHEZ-SAAVEDRA M.L.
1989Ap&SS.156..269W 3 1 Aperture synthesis observations of individual molecular clouds in M 33. WILSON C.D. and SCOVILLE N.
1989Ap&SS.157...79S 70 T                   1 2 4 A minimization procedure applied to population synthesis in galaxy nuclei using a star cluster library :
M 31, M 32.
SCHMIDT A., BICA E., ALLOIN D., et al.
1989Ap&SS.157...89C 2 4 Application of a new evolutionary model for stellar populations to photometric maps of M 32. CASUSO E., BECKMAN J.E. and CEPA J.
1989Ap&SS.157..125G 3 3 A simple population synthesis model for the continuum of the Seyfert type-2 galaxy Mk 348. GARCIA-VARGAS M.L., DIAZ A.I., TERLEVICH R., et al.
1989Ap&SS.162....1N 72 T                   1 1 11 The brightest blue and red stars in
M 31.
NEDIALKOV P.L., KOUZTEV R.G. and IVANOV G.R.
1989BICDS..36..179B 70 T                   1 1 0 A catalogue of the brightest stars in the field of
M 31.
BERKHUIJSEN E.M., HUMPHREYS R.M., GHIGO F.D., et al.
1989BCFHT..20...16D 4 0 The colour-magnitude diagram of M 32. DAVIDGE T. and JONES J.
1989BAAS...21..710S 70 T                   1 1 0 Infrared speckle observations of the nucleus of
M 31 : new light on the suspected black hole.
SPILLAR E.J., CANTERNA R., BENSON J.A., et al.
1989BAAS...21..769H 2 ~ Globular clusters associated with external galaxies. HUCHRA J.
1989BAAS...21.1127C 1 0 A photometric search for novae in M 31 globular clusters. CIARDULLO R., TAMBLYN P. and PHILLIPS A.
1989BAAS...21.1164C 5 0 Simulated optical-bandpass images of galaxies at 0.5<z<1.0 using UV images of nearby galaxies. CORNETT R.H., HILL J.K., LANDSMAN W.B., et al.
1989BAAS...21.1166H 4 0 Periodic variations of the water vapor maser source in the galaxy NGC 4258. HASCHICK A.D. and BAAN W.A.
1989BAAS...21.1196P 3 0 The abundances of light elements in Andromeda globular clusters. PETERSON R.C.
1989BAAS...21Q1196J 70 T                   1 3 1 The CMD of cluster C 195 and stellar association A 147 in
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1989BAAS...21.1212W 5 0 Diffuse ionized gas in spiral galaxies. WALTERBOS R.A.M., BRAUN R. and KENNICUTT R.C.
1989C&E...232...48L 5 0 Le grand attracteur. LESUEUR D.
1989C&E...240...22B 3 0 L'astronomie infrarouge. BRESSAN P.
1989C&E...240...46B 5 0 Mauna Kea : les astronomes plus pres du ciel. BRUNIER S.
1989ComAp..14..165R 7 3 91 Gravitational-radiation rocket effects and galactic structure. REDMOUNT I.H. and REES M.J.
1989Gemin..23....4T 7 0 Evidence for a young stellar population in Seyfert nuclei. TERLEVICH E., TERLEVICH R. and DIAZ A.I.
1989GriO...53b...2I 5 0 The case of the demon's diameter. IRWIN J.B.
1989GriO...53l...2V 10 0 Supernovae : catastrophes in the sky. VAN DYK S.D.
1989JAF....34...12W 21 0 Galactic line studies. WALMSLEY C.M.
1989JAF....34T..19B 2 0 Le contenu moleculaire de Messier 81. BROUILLET N.
1989JRASC..83..351S 5 4 Edwin HUBBLE 1889-1953. SANDAGE A.
1989MNSSA..48...67W 1 0 A brief survey of novae. WAKEFIELD N.
1989Natur.340..537S 4 3 53 Large-scale magnetic-field structure in the spiral galaxy M 83. SUKUMAR S. and ALLEN R.J.
1989PAZh...15...11S 70 T                   1 20 4 Bright novae in
M 31 and the relation between maximum magnitude and rate of decline.
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1989PAZh...15..210Z 13 1 On the frequency of occurrence of disk galaxies with a "two-humped" curve of rotation. ZASOV A.V. and ZOTOV V.M.
1989PAZh...15..387D 2 2 Massive black hole's evolution under conditions of a normal galaxy nucleus. DOKUCHAEV V.I.
1989PAZh...15..493S 27 2 Photometry of nuclei of normal galaxies. SIL'CHENKO O.K.
1989PAZh...15..885S 70 T                   1 2 4 On supposed novae in
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1989PASJ...41..697M 74 T                   1 3 56 X-ray spectral study of
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1989QJRAS..30..295D 24 2 Presidential address of 1989 February 10 : Activity in the nuclei of nearby galaxies. DAVIES R.D.
1989RMxAA..18...81H 3 7 Oxygen and neon abundances in planetary nebulae. HENRY R.B.C.
1989Sci...243.1557H 12 9 Star formation in irregular galaxies. HUNTER D.A. and GALLAGHER III J.S.
1989SSRv...51..339K 41 8 Planetary nebulae. KHROMOV G.S.
1989S&W....28..440B 5 1 Magnetfelder in Spiralgalaxien. BECK R. and KRAUSE M.
1989S&W....28..656S 3 1 Das Ratsel der dunklen Materie, Teil 2. SCHULZ H.
1989TrLen..42....5H 47 1 Optical and infrared polarimetry in extragalactic astrophysics. HAGEN-THORN V.A.
1989IAUS..131....1T 12 2 Recent UV and optical observations of planetary nebulae. TORRES-PEIMBERT S.
1989IAUS..131...39A 18 4 Catalogues of planetary nebulae. ACKER A.
1989IAUS..131..335F 14 33 Planetary Nebulae in galaxies beyond the local group. FORD H.C., CIARDULLO R., JACOBY G.H., et al.
1989IAUS..131..351M 70 T                   1 2 0 A survey of planetary nebulae in the SMC and
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1989IAUS..131..357J 6 0 Planetary Nebulae as standard candles for extragalactic distances. JACOBY G., FORD H. and CIARDULLO R.
1989IAUS..131..425P 11 1 47 Stellar evolution and the planetary nebulae formation rate. PHILLIPS J.P.
1989IAUS..131..577P 26 5 Comments on the applications of planetary nebulae research. PEIMBERT M.
1989IAUS..134..535A 5 0 Physical conditions in active galactic nuclei. ARTYUKH V.S.
1989IAUS..136...21R 22 4 Galactic centers – Ours and other galaxies. RIEKE G.H.
1989IAUS..136...63R 1 2 9 Evidence against formation of the stellar bulge by Mergers taking place over a Hubble time. RICH R.M.
1989IAUS..136...77S 1 5 31 Non-circular gas motions in the inner galaxy. SANDERS R.H.
1989IAUS..136..335G 2 2 The strong magnetic field galactic center-AGN-quasar model. GREYBER H.D.
1989IAUS..136..567S 19 10 X-ray observations of the galactic centre. SKINNER G.K.
1990A&A...227..175P 5 3 65 The evolution of superstructures expanding in differentially rotating disks. PALOUS J., FRANCO J. and TENORIO-TAGLE G.
1990A&A...228...23B 78 T                   1 3 106 Star formation history and chemical enrichment in the nuclear regions of
M 31 and its dwarf companions M 32 and NGC 205.
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1990A&A...229...93A 7 14 Quasar numbers as a function of apparent magnitude: gravitational lensing or quasars associated with nearby galaxies ? ARP H.
1990A&A...230...21W 2 17 172 IRAS sources beyond the solar circle. II. Distribution in the galactic warp. WOUTERLOOT J.G.A., BRAND J., BURTON W.B., et al.
1990A&A...230L..25S 4 7 O (63 mu.m) line emission in the IRAS 60 mu.m band. STARK R.
1990A&A...230...67D 1 4 30 On the flattening of globular clusters. DAVOUST E. and PRUGNIEL P.
1990A&A...230...81L 42 62 Supernova studies. III. The calibration of the absolute magnitude of supernovae of type Ia. LEIBUNDGUT B. and TAMMANN G.A.
1990A&A...230..284R 76 T                   1 1 24 Magnetic field in the
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1990A&A...232L..11W 2 3 26 Arm and interarm molecular clouds in M 83. WIKLIND T., RYDBECK G., HJALMARSON A., et al.
1990A&A...233..317F 87 8 Do external regions of galaxies have a common orientation ? FLICHE H.H. and SOURIAU J.M.
1990A&A...233..333K 8 7 The warped galaxy Mkn 306 in the interacting system Mkn 305/306. KOLLATSCHNY W. and DIETRICH M.
1990A&A...234..396I 5 2 45 Dynamics of supershells : blow-out. IGUMENSHCHEV I.V., SHUSTOV B.M. and TUTUKOV A.V.
1990A&A...236....1B 18 54 Intergalactic magnetic field and galactic warps. BATTANER E., FLORIDO E. and SANCHEZ-SAAVEDRA M.L.
1990A&A...236...86F 11 12 The Maxwellian alternative to the dark matter problem in galaxies. FAHR H.J.
1990A&A...236...99F 75 T                   1 1 20 Kinematics of a sample of globular clusters in the halo and the mass of
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1990A&A...236..231P 1 8 39 Planetary nebulae as standard candles: the distance to the galactic center. POTTASCH S.R.
1990A&A...236..237I 7 4 119 Dust-to-gas ratio and metallicity variations in nearby galaxies. ISSA M.R., MacLAREN I. and WOLFENDALE A.W.
1990A&A...236..362O 3 9 109 High-metallicity effects in BVRI colour-magnitude diagrams: the globular cluster NGC 6553. ORTOLANI S., BARBUY B. and BICA E.
1990A&A...237...36C 163 17 Does the dark component influence the shape of the inner rotation curves of spiral galaxies ? CORRADI R.L.M. and CAPACCIOLI M.
1990A&A...237..169S 70 T                   1 10 23 Optical spectroscopy of WR stars in M 33 and
M 31.
SCHILD H., SMITH L.J. and WILLIS A.J.
1990A&A...237..215D 34 6 828 Interstellar dust models for extinction and emission. DESERT F.X., BOULANGER F. and PUGET J.L.
1990A&A...240..259F 15 19 Removal of dust from spiral galaxies. FERRARA A., FERRINI F., BARSELLA B., et al.
1990A&AS...84..421P 1 4 18 Stellar populations in medium redshift clusters. I. A set of model spectra based on VandenBerg's isochrones. PICKLES A.J. and VAN DER KRUIT P.C.
1990AJ.....99...45H 7 13 Moderate-resolution spectroscopy of the lensed quasar 2237+0305: a search for Ca II absorption due to the interstellar medium in the foreground lensing galaxy. HINTZEN P., MARAN S.P., MICHALITSIANOS A.G., et al.
1990AJ.....99...84H 70 T                   1 72 45 Spectroscopy of luminous blue stars in
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HUMPHREYS R.M., MASSEY P. and FREEDMAN W.L.
1990AJ.....99..323B