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1850CDT..1784..227M 111 ~ Catalogue des nebuleuses et des amas d'etoiles. MESSIER C.
1915PASP...27..239P 6 4 Radial velocities of six nebulae. PEASE F.G.
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.
1922PASP...34..290D 63 T                   1 4 13 Three variable stars and a suspected nova in the spiral nebula
M 33 Trianguli.
DUNCAN J.C.
1923ApJ....57..264V 63 T                   1 4 11 Investigations on proper motion. X. Internal motion in the spiral nebula
Messier 33, NGC 598.
VAN MAANEN A.
1925ApJ....61..353S 63 23 Analysis of radial velocities of globular clusters and non-galactic nebulae. STROMBERG G.
1926ApJ....63...67L 63 T                   1 1 2 Internal motions of
Messier 33.
LUNDMARK K.
1926ApJ....63..236H 63 T                   1 40 102 A spiral nebula as a stellar system:
Messier 33.
HUBBLE E.P.
1926ApJ....64..321H 407 774 Extragalactic nebulae. HUBBLE E.P.
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.
1939PASP...51..112M 64 T                   1 6 5 Emission nebulosities in the spiral nebula
Messier 33.
MAYALL N.U. and ALLER L.H.
1942ApJ....95....5M 64 T                   1 33 51 The rotation of the spiral nebula
Messier 33.
MAYALL N.U. and ALLER L.H.
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.
1942ApJ....95...48A 64 T                   1 1 7 A note on the distribution of mass and luminosity in
Messier 33.
ALLER L.H.
1942ApJ....95...52A 64 T                   1 11 79 The spectra of the emission nebulosities in
Messier 33.
ALLER L.H.
1946ApJ...104..290M 40 107 The radial velocities of fifty globular star clusters. MAYALL N.U.
1950AJ.....55...66H 66 T                   1 2 18 H-alpha emission objects in M 31 and
M 33.
HARO G.
1951ApJ...113..413S 11 3 271 Stellar populations and collisions of galaxies. SPITZER L.Jr and BAADE W.
1953ApJ...118..353H 66 T                   1 10 140 The brightest variable stars in extragalactic nebulae. I. M31 and
M33.
HUBBLE E. and SANDAGE A.
1954ApJ...119..215B 2 12 195 In the identification of radio sources. BAADE W. and MINKOWSKI R.
1956AJ.....61...15A 2 10 194 Novae in the Andromeda nebula. ARP H.C.
1957PASP...69..291M 43 149 A spectral classification of galaxies. MORGAN W.W. and MAYALL N.U.
1957PASP...69..356D 66 T                   1 2 2 Observations of neutral hydrogen in
M 33.
DIETER N.H.
1957BAN....14...19R 66 T                   1 1 2 Preliminary observations of 21-cm emission from
M 33.
RAIMOND E. and VOLDERS L.M.J.S.
1958BOTT....2q...3P 1 5 46 The masses of spherical galaxies M 32 a likely application. POVEDA A.
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.
1959BAN....14..323V 68 T                   1 2 35 Neutral hydrogen in
M 33 and M 101.
VOLDERS L.
1960AJ.....65..581K 1 36 308 Photoeletric photometry of galactic and extragalactic star clusters. KRON G.E. and MAYALL N.U.
1960ApJ...131..163H 67 T                   1 5 68 Colors and magnitudes of clusters in M 31 and
M 33.
HILTNER W.A.
1960ApJ...131..215V 205 256 A preliminary luminosity classification of late-type galaxies. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1960PASP...72..188H 17 17 Dwarf members of a southern cluster of galaxies. II. HODGE P.W.
1961ApJ...133..322H 12 31 Observations of radio sources at four frequencies. HEESCHEN D.S.
1962AJ.....67..217D 69 T                   1 1 21 Neutral hydrogen in
M 33.
DIETER N.H.
1962ApJ...135..694B 42 127 Ionized gas in spiral and irregular galaxies. BURBIDGE E.M. and BURBIDGE G.R.
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..744W 74 T                   1 1 57 Two-color composite photographs of
M 33.
WALKER M.F.
1965ApJ...141..308H 9 14 Integrated photometry of the clusters of the Fornax Dwarf Galaxy. HODGE P.W.
1965AnAp...28..683C 74 T                   1 1 46 Etudes des galaxies en lumiere monochromatique H-alpha. I.
Messier 33 (NGC 598).
COURTES G. and CRUVELLIER P.
1966AJ.....71..170M 67 T                   1 1 ~ Preliminary results of a 21-cm line investigation of
M 33.
MENG S.Y. and KRAUS J.D.
1967ApJ...150....1D 77 80 Radio observations of galaxies. DE JONG M.L.
1968AnAp...31...63C 72 T                   1 2 61 Interferometric study of ionized hydrogen in
M 33 : new kinematical and physical data.
CARRANZA G., COURTES G., GEORGELIN Y., et al.
1968JRASC..62..145V 45 71 The galaxies of the local group. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1969A&A.....1..208D 1 2 12 Etude interferometrique des regions H II du bras nord-est de M 31. DEHARVENG J.M. and PELLET A.
1969A&A.....1..479C 3 4 72 Etude cinematique de l'hydrogene ionise dans M 51. CARRANZA G., CRILLON R. and MONNET G.
1969A&A.....3..418A 1 10 69 Companion galaxies on the ends of spiral arms. ARP H.
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.
1969ApL.....4...47G 67 T                   1 2 3 Search for a neutral-atomic-hydrogen link between M 31 and
M 33.
GORDON K.J.
1970A&A.....5..413J 67 T                   1 2 5 Integrated magnitudes of
M 33 and M 101.
JACOBSSON S.
1970A&A.....7..141G 20 16 A neutral hydrogen study of the spiral galaxy NGC 5457. GUELIN M. and WELIACHEW L.
1970A&A.....7..311P 1 7 59 On the chemical abundance of NGC 6822. PEIMBERT M. and SPINRAD H.
1970A&A.....9..350B 70 T                   1 1 23 Distribution de masse et modele de population stellaire dans la galaxie spirale de
M 33.
BOULESTEIX J. and MONNET G.
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.
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                   1 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.
1970QJRAS..11..199O 38 23 Abundances of the elements in gaseous nebulae. OSTERBROCK D.E.
1970IAUS...38...73M 67 T                   1 3 3 Kinematics of
M 33, M 51 and the L. M. C.
MONNET G.
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...168..327S 1 51 499 Evidence for composition gradients across the disks of spiral galaxies. SEARLE L.
1971ApJ...169..235G 75 T                   1 1 51 A 21-cm study of the spiral galaxy
Messier 33.
GORDON K.J.
1971MNRAS.153....9D 71 T                   1 1 27 Neutral hydrogen in
M 33.
DE JAGER G. and DAVIES R.D.
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&AS....7..397H 67 T                   1 5 3 A neutral hydrogen survey of the galaxy
M 33.
HUCHTMEIER W.
1972AJ.....77..405B viz 573 248 Flux densities, positions, and structures for a complete sample of intense radio sources at 1400 MHz. BRIDLE A.H., DAVIS M.M. and FOMALONT E.B.
1972ApJ...172..577W 67 T                   1 26 43 Wolf-Rayet stars in
M 33.
WRAY J.D. and CORSO G.J.
1972MNRAS.155..337W 70 T                   1 3 56 High resolution observations of neutral hydrogen in
M 33 -I. The hydrogen distribution.
WRIGHT M.C.H., WARNER P.J. and BALDWIN J.E.
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.
1972IAUS...44...12R 4 5 130 The gaseous content of galaxies. ROBERTS M.S.
1972IAUS...44...67D 8 17 The neutral hydrogen distribution in spiral and irregular galaxies. DAVIES R.D.
1973A&A....22...91H 73 T                   1 1 36 A neutral hydrogen survey of the galaxy
M 33.
HUCHTMEIER W.K.
1973A&A....22..453R 67 T                   1 17 41 Observations of Hubble-Sandage variables in M 31 and
M 33.
ROSINO L. and BIANCHINI A.
1973A&A....24...69F 29 38 Identification and radio spectra of bright galaxies in the second Bologna catalogue of radiosources and their radio luminosity function. FANTI R., GIOIA I. and LARI C.
1973A&A....24..411S 2 4 53 Aperture synthesis study of neutral hydrogen in NGC 2403 and NGC 4236. II. Discussion. SHOSTAK G.S.
1973A&A....25..337G 68 218 Observations de nouvelles regions HII galactiques et d'etoiles excitatrices. GEORGELIN Y.M., GEORGELIN Y.P. and ROUX S.
1973A&A....28..447B 68 T                   1 6 69 H II regions near the nucleus of
M 33.
BENVENUTI P., D'ODORICO S. and PEIMBERT M.
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.
1973ApJ...179..453W 67 T                   1 2 10 Neutral hydrogen at two Holmberg radii from
M 33.
WRIGHT M.C.H.
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.
1973MNRAS.163..163W 100 T                   1 1 203 High resolution observations of neutral hydrogen in
M 33. II.
WARNER P.J., WRIGHT M.C.H. and BALDWIN J.E.
1973MNRAS.165p...9E 2 ~ The rotation curve and mass distribution in M 31. EMERSON B. and BALDWIN J.E.
1973PZ.....19....3S 67 T                   1 6 16 Bright variable stars in the Andromeda M 31 and
Triangulum M 33 Nebulae.
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....31..317W 2 3 45 A very high velocity cloud. WRIGHT M.C.H.
1974A&A....32..363I 81 114 Radio observations of HII regions in external galaxies. ISRAEL F.P. and VAN DER KRUIT P.C.
1974A&A....33...73M 8 3 149 On the formation of interstellar cloud complexes, OB associations and giant H II regions. MOUSCHOVIAS T.C., SHU F.H. and WOODWARD P.R.
1974A&A....37...33B 68 T                   1 371 157 An optical study of
M 33: I. Morphology of the gas.
BOULESTEIX J., COURTES G., LAVAL G., et al.
1974ApJ...190..525S 3 12 228 Steps toward the Hubble constant. I. Calibrations of the linear sizes of extragalactic H II regions. SANDAGE A. and TAMMANN G.A.
1974ApJ...191...63S 68 T                   1 50 47 A preliminary photoelectric sequence in the galaxy
M33 of the Local Group.
SANDAGE A. and JOHNSON H.L.
1974ApJ...193..335S 2 6 100 Composition gradients across spiral galaxies. SHIELDS G.A.
1974MNRAS.169..607E 4 4 109 High resolution observations of neutral hydrogen in M 31 -I. The overall distribution. EMERSON D.T.
1974Ap&SS..29...61L 68 T                   1 1 1 Die Masse von
M 33.
LOHMANN W.
1974VeARI..26....0B 364 ~ Bibliography on the structure of galaxies. BROSCHE P., EINASTO J. and RUMMEL U.
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....45..259H 27 71 Rotation-curves of galaxies from 21 cm-line observations. HUCHTMEIER W.K.
1975ApJ...198..527S 66 63 An H I study of Scd galaxies. SHOSTAK G.S.
1975ApJ...199..591S 3 21 362 Spectrophotometric observations of ionized hydrogen regions in nearby spiral and irregular galaxies. SMITH H.E.
1975ApJS...29..303V 68 T                   1 49 34 A survey of bright variable stars in
M 33.
VAN DEN BERGH S., HERBST E. and KOWAL C.T.
1975MNRAS.170p..23C 5 ~ A possible new segment of the Magellanic Stream in the northern sky. COHEN R.J. and 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.
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....53..159S 3 11 203 Warped H I disks in galaxies. SANCISI R.
1976AJ.....81..574P 412 12 Radio two-color diagram for QSOs, spiral galaxies, and BL Lac objets. PACHT E.
1976ApJ...204..703R 26 1 134 Aperture synthesis of neutral hydrogen in the galaxy M 33. ROGSTAD D.H., WRIGHT M.C.H. and LOCKHART I.A.
1976ApJ...206..883V 169 333 A new classification system for galaxies. VAN DEN BERGH S.
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....57....9B 22 64 A radio continuum survey of M 31 at 2695 MHz. II. Comparison of radio and optical data. BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1977A&A....59..359V 19 29 The radio continuum emission of M 51. VAN DER KRUIT P.C.
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.
1977A&AS...28..211D 53 132 A Westerbork 1415 MHz survey of background radio sources. II. Optical identifications with deep IIIA-J plates. DE RUITER H.R. and WILLIS A.G.
1977ApJ...217..903Y 2 27 359 The Local Group: the solar motion relative to its centroid. YAHIL A., TAMMANN G.A. and SANDAGE A.
1977ApJ...218..633B 10 5 273 On the frequency-period distributions of Cepheid variables in galaxies in the local group. BECKER S.A., IBEN I. and TUGGLE R.S.
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.
1977IBVS.1319....1K 25 0 Data on the variable star studies in the USSR during 1972-1975. KUKARKIN B.V.
1978A&A....62...51V 68 T                   1 20 22
M33: radiocontinuum emission at 4850 MHz.
VON KAP-HERR A., BERKHUIJSEN E.M. and WIELEBINSKI R.
1978A&A....66L...5H 41 41 A high sensitivity survey of hydrogen at very high velocities (Preliminary Report) HULSBOSCH A.N.M.
1978A&A....67..291R 70 T                   1 2 27 A new variable star in
M 33.
ROMANO G.
1978A&AS...31..439P viz 984 136 A survey of HII regions in M 31. PELLET A., ASTIER N., VIALE A., et al.
1978A&AS...34..249M 68 T                   1 59 33 Star clusters in
M 33: I. Identification.
MELNICK J. and D'ODORICO S.
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...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...223..129G 18 3 271 Stochastic star formation and spiral structure of galaxies. GEROLA H. and SEIDEN P.E.
1978ApJS...37..117D 13 3 208 Optical emission from shocks. IV. The Herbig-Haro objects. DOPITA M.A.
1978MNRAS.185p..77E 3 ~ Nitrogen synthesis and the 'age' of galaxies. EDMUNDS M.G. and PAGEL B.E.J.
1978MNRAS.185..277R 69 T                   1 4 37 The large-scale structure of H I in
M 33.
REAKES M.L. and NEWTON K.
1978PASP...90..563S 68 T                   1 9 16 Optical supernova remnant candidates in the central part of
M 33.
SABBADIN F.
1978IAUS...77..197H 69 T                   1 1 6 A sensitive single-dish HI-survey of the galaxy
M 33.
HUCHTMEIER W.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.
1979A&A....77...86A 63 11 A Westerbork 1415 MHz survey of radio sources. ARP H.C., DE RUITER H.R. and WILLIS A.G.
1979A&A....78..200A 1 44 299 Nitrogen and oxygen abundances in galaxies. ALLOIN D., COLLIN-SOUFFRIN S., JOLY M., et al.
1979ApJ...227..756L 32 114 A search for intergalactic neutral hydrogen in three nearby groups of galaxies. LO K.Y. and SARGENT W.L.W.
1979ApJ...233...35W 68 T                   1 7 23 The tail of
M 33 and the adjacent hydrogen cloud.
WRIGHT M.C.H.
1979ApJ...234..854H 22 52 Studies of luminous stars in nearby galaxies. IV. Baade's field IV in M 31. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1980A&A....84..181A 12 33 The low and high redshift neutral hydrogen associated with Stephan's Quintet. ALLEN R.J. and SULLIVAN W.T.
1980A&A....89...95H 3 2 The warped Sb-galaxy NGC 4565. HUCHTMEIER W.K., SEIRADAKIS J.H. and TAMMANN G.A.
1980A&A....90L..17M 10 2 104 The numbers of red supergiants and WR stars in galaxies : an extremely sensitive indicator of chemical composition. MAEDER A., LEQUEUX J. and AZZOPARDI M.
1980A&A....92..189C 6 4 Rotation and mass of NGC 2976. CAROZZI-MEYSSONNIER N.
1980A&AS...39...97S 68 T                   1 8 24 A catalogue of emission regions in
M 33.
SABBADIN F., RAFANELLI P. and BIANCHINI A.
1980A&AS...40...67D 66 123 A catalogue of supernova remnant candidates in nearby galaxies. D'ODORICO S., DOPITA M.A. and BENVENUTI P.
1980AJ.....85..139G 68 T                   1 7 0 Neutral hydrogen toward
M 33: 21 cm emission/absorption observations.
GORDON K.J. and GORDON C.P.
1980ApJ...236L...1S 69 T                   1 11 56 On the warped optical plane of
M 33.
SANDAGE A. and HUMPHREYS R.A.
1980ApJ...237..655A 3 10 172 A distance scale from the infrared magnitude/HI velocity-width relation. I. The calibration. AARONSON M., MOULD J. and HUCHRA J.
1980ApJ...241..587H 71 T                   1 5 92 Studies of luminous stars in nearby galaxies. VI. The brightest supergiants and the distance to
M 33.
HUMPHREYS R.M.
1980ApJS...43..393C 14 18 1335 Colors and magnitudes predicted for high redshift galaxies. COLEMAN G.D., WU C.C. and WEEDMAN D.W.
1980ApJS...44..319H 69 T                   1 34 217 On the stellar content and structure of the spiral galaxy
M 33.
HUMPHREYS R.M. and SANDAGE A.
1980MNRAS.190..689N 96 T                   1 1 141 Neutral hydrogen and spiral structure in
M 33.
NEWTON K.
1980MNRAS.193..901G 68 T                   1 17 27 Radio observations of three supernova remnants in
M33.
GOSS W.M., EKERS R.D., DANZIGER I.J., et al.
1980IAUS...85...13L 6 15 Clusters, associations and galactic structure. LYNGA G.
1980IUE2n......135R 68 T                   1 4 ~ The exciting stars of giant H II regions in
M 33 and M 101.
ROSA M.
1981A&A....95...59M 1 5 40 Morphology and kinematics of the ionized gas in NGC 2997. MILLIARD B. and MARCELIN M.
1981A&A...103..305L 2 12 154 Star formation and extinction in extragalactic H II regions. LEQUEUX J., MAUCHERAT-JOUBERT M., DEHARVENG J.M., et al.
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.....86.1464V 15 70 Frequency distribution of H II region diameters. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1981AJ.....86.1825B 2 32 450 21-cm line studies of spiral galaxies. II. The distribution and kinematics of neutral hydrogen in spiral galaxies of various morphological types. BOSMA A.
1981ApJ...243..411G 1 29 180 The Perseus supercluster. GREGORY S.A., THOMPSON L.A. and TIFFT W.G.
1981ApJ...244...54K 13 23 (S II) in nebular spectra, and relative sulfur-to-oxygen ratios. KALER J.B.
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...246L..61L 70 T                   1 12 76 Observations of the X-ray sources in the nearby Sc galaxy
M 33.
LONG K.S., D'ODORICO S., CHARLES P.A., et al.
1981ApJ...247..879B 1 21 121 Supernova remants in M 31. BLAIR W.P., KIRSHNER R.P. and CHEVALIER R.A.
1981ApJ...250...79G 18 72 Spectroscopic observations of superthin galaxies. GOAD J.W. and ROBERTS M.S.
1981ApJS...47..229E 56 80 A near-infrared atlas of spiral galaxies. ELMEGREEN D.M.
1981MNRAS.195..939K 70 T                   1 14 125 Chemical compositions of H II regions in the Triangulum spiral,
M 33.
KWITTER K.B. and ALLER L.H.
1981ESOSP.180....0D 7 0 Wolf-Rayet stars associated to giant regions of star formation. D'ODORICO S. and ROSA M.
1981MitAG..52...71G 1 0 The mass (star number) - Radius relations for the Clusters of the Large Magellanic Cloud. GEYER E.H. and HOPP U.
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.
1982A&A...109..331H 40 28 Extended H I-envelopes around spiral galaxies: NGC 2655 and NGC 2715. HUCHTMEIER W.K. and RICHTER O.G.
1982A&A...114..165W 69 T                   1 5 16 Spectrophotometry of Wolf-Rayet star candidate im
M 33.
WAMPLER E.J.
1982AJ.....87.1341H 226 21 Optical surveys of H II regions in galaxies. HODGE P.W.
1982ApJ...253L..13C 69 T                   1 5 10 Spectrophotometry of an X-ray source near
M 33
CHRISTIAN C.A. and SCHOMMER R.A.
1982ApJ...254..515I 9 43 The optical warp of M 31. INNANEN K.A., KAMPER K.W., PAPP K.A., et al.
1982ApJ...257L..51E 1 7 60 The nuclear X-ray source in M 81. ELVIS M. and VAN SPEYBROECK L.
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...261...70D 18 24 Globular clusters in the Sculptor group galaxy NGC 55. DA COSTA G.S. and GRAHAM J.A.
1982ApJ...261..195M 1 11 60 Abundances of N, S, and He, and relative stellar temperatures, in low-excitation nebulae. MATHIS J.S.
1982ApJS...49..405C 69 T                   1 266 84 The cluster system of
M 33.
CHRISTIAN C.A. and SCHOMMER R.A.
1982ApJS...49..515D 4 15 Velocity fields in late-type galaxies from Halpha Fabry-Perot interferometry. III. The spiral galaxy NGC 6503. DE VAUCOULEURS G. and CAULET A.
1982ApJS...50..241A viz 300 253 A catalog of infrared magnitudes and HI velocity widths for nearby galaxies. AARONSON M., HUCHRA J., MOULD J.R., et al.
1982MNRAS.198.1059D 69 T                   1 37 36 Radio emission from supernova remnants in the galaxy
M 33.
D'ODORICO S., GOSS W.M. and DOPITA M.A.
1982MNRAS.201.1021E 323 158 Flocculent and grand design spiral structure in field, binary and group galaxies. ELMEGREEN D.M. and ELMEGREEN B.G.
1982ATsir1221....1K 17 0 Correlation of radioluminosity of spiral arms with existence of global patterns in galaxies. KORCHAGIN V.I.
1982ATsir1229....8S 69 T                   1 2 3 S 10828 - not a nova in the halo of
M 33.
SHAROV A.S.
1982IUE82.......46O 42 ~ The impact of IUE observations on our knowledge. About galaxies and quasars. OKE J.B.
1982IUE3r.......59C 34 ~ Stellar populations in normal galaxies. CAPACCIOLI M.
1982IUE3r......519C 24 ~ Optical and ultraviolet spectrophotometry of globular clusters in the Magellanic Clouds. CACCIARI C., FUSI PECCI F., ZAVARONI C., et al.
1983A&A...118....4B 1 28 209 H I line studies of galaxies. II. The 21-cm-width as an extragalactic distance indicator. BOTTINELLI L., GOUGUENHEIM L., PATUREL G., et al.
1983A&A...119..185V 72 T                   1 2 33 HII regions in
M 33. I. Radio and H alpha observations of the HII complex NGC 595.
VIALLEFOND F., DONAS J. and GOSS W.M.
1983A&A...120..147B 2 1 13 Diameter distribution and Sigma-D relation of SNRs in M 31 and in M 33. BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1983A&A...125..308T 4 6 Estimated energy and momentum input to the interstellar medium for several external galaxies. TARRAB I.
1983A&A...127..395B 70 T                   1 3 29
M 33 II. A comparison of radio and optical data.
BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1983A&AS...53..351F 48 13 Standard photometric diameters of galaxies. FOUQUE P. and PATUREL G.
1983A&AS...53..373B viz 30 13 Galaxies rotation curves : a catalogue. BAIESI-PILLASTRINI G.C., PALUMBO G.G.C. and VETTOLANI G.
1983AJ.....88.1108S 69 T                   1 51 58 On the distance to
M 33 determined from magnitude corrections to Hubble's original Cepheid photometry.
SANDAGE A.
1983AJ.....88.1569S 12 45 The brightest stars in nearby galaxies. II. SANDAGE A.
1983ApJ...265....1A 1 26 220 A distance scale from the infrared magnitude/H I velocity-width relation. IV. The morphological type dependence and scatter in the relation; the distances to nearby groups. AARONSON M. and MOULD J.
1983ApJ...265..176H 108 52 Studies of luminous stars in nearby galaxies. VIII. The Small Magellanic Cloud. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1983ApJ...265..722S 4 4 97 A bisymmetric spiral magnetic field and the spiral arms in our galaxy. SOFUE Y. and FUJIMOTO M.
1983ApJ...267L..25S 69 T                   1 14 64 The distance to
M 33 based on a new study of its Cepheids.
SANDAGE A. and CARLSON G.
1983ApJ...267...80O 79 T                   1 1 52 Star formation in the semistellar nucleus of
M 33.
O'CONNELL R.W.
1983ApJ...268..451D 41 47 The galaxy as fundamental calibrator of the extragalactic distance scale. I. The basic scale factors of the galaxy and two kinematic test of the long and short distance scales. DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1983ApJ...269..335H 33 84 The brightest stars as extragalactic distance indicators. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1983ApJ...273..544M 27 51 Wolf-Rayet stars in the Local Group galaxies M 31 and NGC 6822. MOFFAT A.F.J. and SHARA M.M.
1983ApJ...273..576M 69 T                   1 80 90 Wolf-Rayet stars in
M 33.
MASSEY P. and CONTI P.S.
1983ApJ...274..611R 69 T                   1 74 60 H II regions and star formation in M 83 and
M 33.
RUMSTAY K.S. and KAUFMAN M.
1983ApJ...275...92C 69 T                   1 28 27 Spectrophotometry of
M 33 clusters.
CHRISTIAN C.A. and SCHOMMER R.A.
1983ApJ...275..571M 69 T                   1 14 61 X-ray observations of
M33 with the high resolution imager on the Einstein Observatory
MARKERT T.H. and RALLIS A.D.
1983ApJ...275..578M 72 T                   1 2 30 IUE observations of the exciting stars of giant HII regions in
M 33: supermassive stars ?
MASSEY P. and HUTCHINGS J.B.
1983ApJS...52...61G viz 335 428 Groups of galaxies. III. THe CfA survey. GELLER M.J. and HUCHRA J.P.
1983ApJS...52...89H viz 2405 803 A survey of galaxy redshifts. IV. The data. HUCHRA J., DAVIS M., LATHAM D., et al.
1983ApJS...52..229K 100 222 An Half survey of the nuclei of a complete sample of spiral galaxies. KEEL W.C.
1983PASP...95..700C 8 3 Optical and ultraviolet high-resolution spectroscopy of galaxies and QSOs. CHAFFEE F.H.Jr
1983ARA&A..21..177S 24 47 Dust in galaxies. STEIN W.A. and SOIFER B.T.
1983Afz....19..655A 129 2 Observations of galaxies of Byurakan classification at a frequency of 102 MHz. ARTYUKH V.S. and HOVANISSIAN M.A.
1983AZh....60..656Z 103 13 Rotation curves of normal galaxies. ZASOV A.V. and KYAZUMOV G.A.
1983ApL....23...85V 2 3 44 Intergalactic and galactic magnetic fields - An up-dated test. VALLEE J.P.
1983BAAS...15..644M 69 T                   1 1 0 IUE observations of the exciting stars of giant HII regions in
M 33: supermassive stars ?
MASSEY P. and HUTCHINGS J.B.
1983BAAS...15..669B 1 0 IUE and groundbased observations of the Hubble-Sandage variables in M 31 and M 33. BLAHA C., HUMPHREYS R.M., D'ODORICO S., et al.
1983BAAS...15..906M 4 ~ The distance to nearby galaxies based on near-infrared photometry of Cepheids. McALARY C.W., MADORE B.F., WELCH D.L., et al.
1983BAAS...15..907F 3 0 The young stellar content of nearby spiral galaxies. FREEDMAN W.L.
1983IrAJ...16...91W 14 0 Clusters of galaxies. WEEKES T.C.
1983JApA....4..205A 79 3 The dependence of brightness distribution on the inclination of galaxies. ARREGUINE V.M. and SERSIC J.L.
1983MmSAI..54..747C 69 T                   1 1 0 The stellar population of the nucleus of
M33.
CIANI A. and D'ODORICO S.
1983Msngr..33...21B 7 9 Search for Wolf-Rayet, carbon and M stars in external galaxies with the GRISM/GRENS technique. BREYSACHER J. and LEQUEUX J.
1983MitAG..58..121B 5 0 Woher Stammen die interstellaren Magnetfelder ? BECK R.
1983MitAG..60..208B 5 0 Magnetfelder in Spiralgalaxien. BECK R.
1983PAZh....9..478S 69 T                   1 1 0 Frequency of novae in
M 33.
SHAROV A.S.
1983PAZh....9..653S 69 T                   1 1 0 Hubble's unknown-type variables in
M 33 are Cepheids.
SHAROV A.S. and KHOLOPOV P.N.
1983RMxAA...8..117S 1 7 46 Chemical evolution of galaxies. III.. The N/O versus O/H relationship. SERRANO A. and PEIMBERT M.
1983Sci...220.1339R 1 10 76 The rotation of spiral galaxies. RUBIN V.C.
1983S&W....22...68G 29 0 Planetarische Nebel. GIESEKING F.
1983IAUS..101..517D 7 19 Chemical abundances in the interstellar medium of galaxies from spectrophotometry of supernova remnants. D'ODORICO S. and DOPITA M.
1983IAUS..103..443F 18 19 Planetary nebulae in local goup galaxies. FORD H.C.
1984A&A...130...29R 3 3 59 The internal kinematics of the giant extragalactic H II complex NGC 604. ROSA M. and SOLF J.
1984A&A...130..279B 3 4 74 The HR diagram of massive stars : widening of the main sequence band and WR formation. BERTELLI G., BRESSAN A.G. and CHIOSI C.
1984A&A...132..253R 132 89 Is there a unique relation between absolute (blue) luminosity and total 21 cm linewidth of disk galaxies ? RICHTER O.G. and HUCHTMEIER W.K.
1984A&A...133..341M 71 T                   1 1 11 What is the orientation of the plane of
M 33 ?
MAUCHERAT A.J., DUBOUT-CRILLON R., MONNET G., et al.
1984A&A...137..223C 70 T                   1 2 17 The stellar population of the nucleus of
M 33 from an analysis of itslambda-lambda 1200-3000 A spectrum.
CIANI A., D'ODORICO S. and BENVENUTI P.
1984A&A...137..298M 24 7 Past star formation rates in spiral galaxies. MOCHKOVITCH R. and ROCCA-VOLMERANGE B.
1984A&A...140..325D 39 49 Ultraviolet luminosities and colors of spiral and irregular galaxies. The present-day star formation rate. DONAS J. and DEHARVENG J.M.
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 5 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...55F 228 8 A catalogue of HI diameters for 238 galaxies. FOUQUE P.
1984A&AS...56..381B 797 135 HI line studies of galaxies. III. Distance moduli of 822 disk galaxies. BOTTINELLI L., GOUGUENHEIM L., PATUREL G., et al.
1984AJ.....89..621S 19 86 The brightest stars in nearby galaxies. III. The color-magnitude diagram for the brightest red and blue stars in M 81 and Holmberg IX. SANDAGE A.
1984AJ.....89..630S 75 55 The brightest stars in nearby galaxies. IV. The color-magnitude diagram for the brightest red and blue stars in NGC 2403. SANDAGE A.
1984AJ.....89.1155H 76 T                   1 1 36 The luminosities of the M supergiants in
M 33.
HUMPHREYS R.M., JONES T.J. and SITKO M.L.
1984ApJ...276..653D 4 4 92 Radiative shock-wave theory. I. Chemical abundance diagnostics and galactic abundance gradients. DOPITA M.A., BINETTE L., D'ODORICO S., et al.
1984ApJ...277L..27A 2 1 11 A large quasar inhomogeneity on the sky. ARP H.
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...278..630R 3 12 203 Evolution of pulsar-driven supernova remnants. REYNOLDS S.P. and CHEVALIER R.A.
1984ApJ...281L..21R 13 37 Luminosity-dependent line ratios in disks of spiral galaxies. RUBIN V.C., FORD W.K.Jr and WHITMORE B.C.
1984ApJ...281..141C 72 T                   1 1 19 The clusters of
M 33.
COHEN J.G., PERSSON S.E. and SEARLE L.
1984ApJ...281..811C 17 6 Very slow classical Cepheids: theoretical models with periods longer than 50 days. CARSON T.R. and STOTHERS R.B.
1984ApJ...282..382P 17 23 Direct determination of extragalactic distances from the 21 centimeter line width and the method of "sosies". PATUREL G.
1984ApJ...283...81I 45 20 On the correlation of CO line and radio continuum emission in nearby galaxies and the efficiency of OB star formation. ISRAEL F.P. and ROWAN-ROBINSON M.
1984ApJ...286...62B 5 17 Gravitational spurs and resonances : effects of small mass disturbers in spiral galaxy disks. BYRD G.G., SMITH B.F. and MILLER R.H.
1984ApJ...286..491F 2 12 131 The complex X-emission of NGC 253. FABBIANO G. and TRINCHIERI G.
1984ApJS...54..127E 1 32 192 Blue and near-infrared surface photometry of spiral structure in 34 nonbarred grand design and flocculent galaxies. ELMEGREEN D.M. and ELMEGREEN B.G.
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.
1984MNRAS.210..399S 70 T                   1 2 11 Comparaison of
M 33 and NGC 7793: stochastic models of spiral galaxies modulated by density waves.
SMITH G., ELMEGREEN B.G. and ELMEGREEN D.M.
1984PASP...96..148A 9 5 The nearest quasars. ARP H.
1984PASP...96Q.791M 3 3 Wolf-Rayet stars in nearby galaxies: tracers of massive stars. MASSEY P. and ARMANDROFF T.
1984PASP...96..913H 11 26 Endpoints of stellar evolution: X-ray surveys of the Local Group. HELFAND D.J.
1984ARA&A..22...37G 1 23 191 Structure and evolution of irregular galaxies. GALLAGHER J.S. and HUNTER D.A.
1984ARA&A..22...75R 28 50 Observations of supernova remnants. RAYMOND J.C.
1984ATsir1330....1K 69 T                   1 1 1 OB-stars in
M 33 galaxy.
KYNCHEV P. and NIKOLOV N.
1984AZh....61..234S 11 2 The rate of supernovae and the radioemission of galaxies. SMIRNOV M.A. and SAKHIBOV F.K.
1984AZh....61..846K 111 7 Rotation curves of normal galaxies. The catalogue. KYAZUMOV G.A.
1984Ap&SS.106..371K 72 T                   1 1 15 New stellar associations in
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KUNCHEV P.Z. and IVANOV G.R.
1984BAAS...16..458W 1 0 Limits to the distance scale in the direction of Virgo. WESTPFAHL D.J.
1984BAAS...16Z.539R 69 T                   1 1 ~ An infrared photometric study of
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RICE W.L., SOIFER B.T. and HABING H.J.
1984BAAS...16..888H 2 ~ A remarkable correlation between IRAS and radio continuum fluxes from disk galaxies. HELOU G., SOIFER B.T. and ROWAN-ROBINSON M.
1984BAAS...16..889C 4 0 The red stellar content of nearby galaxies. COOK K.H., AARONSON M. and NORRIS J.
1984BAAS...16..925B 69 T                   1 1 0 Optical and UV spectra of supernova remnants in
M 33.
BLAIR W.P., KIRSHNER R.P. and RAYMOND J.C.
1984BAAS...16..936Y 9 0 CO emission from IRAS galaxies. YOUNG J.S., KENNEY J., LORD S.D., et al.
1984BAAS...16..948M 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..950R 2 0 IRAS maps of NGC 6822. RICE W.L. and GILLETT F.C.
1984BAAS...16..970K 2 0 Spectroscopy of the winds from Hubble-Sandage stars in M 31 and M 33. KENYON S.J. and GALLAGHER J.S.
1984BAAS...16Q.977L 69 T                   1 1 1 Two color rocket ultraviolet images of
M 33.
LANDSMAN W.B., BOHLIN R.C., CORNETT R.H., et al.
1984IBVS.2532....1I 69 T                   1 1 1 On three Cepheids in
M 33.
IVANOV G.R. and CHAKUROV I.R.
1984JApA....5...31A 3 13 Distribution of quasars on the sky. ARP H.
1984MitAG..62..338F 2 0 Spiralstruktur in Galaxien : Stochastik und Grenzzyklus. FEITZINGER J.V.
1984Natur.307..326S 26 78 The Hubble constant as derived from 21 cm linewidths. SANDAGE A. and TAMMANN G.A.
1984PAZh...10..654S 70 T                   1 1 5 Some characteristics of star clusters in
M 33.
SHAROV A.S. and LYUTYJ V.M.
1984PASJ...36..313N 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.
1984PASJ...36..417F 10 16 Radial distribution of giant molecular clouds. II. Comparison of the viscous cloud system with observations. FUKUNAGA M.
1984QJRAS..25..137V 3 12 The age and size of the universe. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1984Sci...224..345P 9 6 Interstellar matter and chemical evolution. PEIMBERT M., SERRANO A. and TORRES-PEIMBERT S.
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.
1984IAUS..108..145H 59 10 The brightest stars in the Magellanic Clouds and other late-type galaxies. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1984IUE84.......32H 31 ~ Magellanic Cloud objects. HUTCHINGS J.B.
1984IUE84......103B 69 T                   1 10 ~ Supernova remnants and the carbon abundance in
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BLAIR W.P. and RAYMOND J.C.
1984IUE84......107D 12 ~ Comments on the origins and variations of carbon and nitrogen in the ISM of galaxies as evident from IUE spectroscopy of H II regions. DUFOUR R.J.
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...151..264N 1 1 5 The statistical significance of a large quasar inhomogeneity in the sky. NARLIKAR J.V. and SUBRAMANIAN K.
1985A&A...152..427C 121 39 Age determination of extragalactic HII regions. COPETTI M.V.F., PASTORIZA M.G. and DOTTORI H.A.
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...62..157G 745 9 A search for environmental effects on the optical properties of galaxies in groups. GIURICIN G., MARDIROSSIAN F. and MEZZETTI M.
1985AJ.....90...80H 1 9 37 Structural similarities among nearby giant HII regions. HUNTER D.A. and GALLAGHER III J.S.
1985AJ.....90..101H 40 99 On the initial masses and evolutionary origins of Wolf-Rayet stars. HUMPHREYS R.M., NICHOLS M. and MASSEY P.
1985AJ.....90..600B 69 T                   1 4 10 A grism search of
Messier 33 for emission-line objects.
BOHANNAN B., CONTI P.S. and MASSEY P.
1985AJ.....90..736F 69 T                   1 1 3 A search for hydroxyl masers in
M 33.
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1985AJ.....90.1012A 12 15 HI clouds in the Sculptor and local groups. ARP H.
1985AJ.....90.1163A 3 8 114 Spectra of the two brightest objects in the amorphous galaxy NGC 1569: superluminous young star clusters - or stars in a nearby peculiar galaxy ? ARP H. and SANDAGE A.
1985AJ.....90.1464S 73 77 The brightest stars in nearby galaxies. VI. Cepheids and the brightest stars in WLM. SANDAGE A. and CARLSON G.
1985AJ.....90.1967D 11 34 Automated photometry of NGC 3109. DEMERS S., KUNKEL W.E. and IRWIN M.J.
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.
1985AJ.....90.2499F 71 T                   1 1 9 Blue-to-red ratios and Wolf-Rayet stars in
M33.
FREEDMAN W.L.
1985ApJ...288..182V 51 39 Distances to Magellanic Clouds from observations of Cepheids at 1.05 microns. VISVANATHAN N.
1985ApJ...288..487Y 30 40 The dependence of CO content on morphological type and luminosity forspiral galaxies in the Virgo cluster. YOUNG J.S., SCOVILLE N.Z. and BRADY E.
1985ApJ...289..141E 57 37 M supergiants in local group irregular galaxies : metallicities and distances. ELIAS J.H. and FROGEL J.A.
1985ApJ...289..582B 72 T                   1 5 75 Improved optical spectrophotometry of supernova remnants in
M 33.
BLAIR W.P. and KIRSHNER R.P.
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...290..602T 1 6 40 CO abundances and star formartion in the three irregular galaxies NGC 4449, NGC 4214, and NGC 3738. TACCONI L.J. and YOUNG J.S.
1985ApJ...291...63L 15 27 IUE observations of amorphous hot galaxies. LAMB S.A., GALLAGHER III J.S., HJELLMING M.S., et al.
1985ApJ...294..560M 83 T                   1 1 56 Near-infrared observations of Cepheids : the distance to
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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.
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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...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....1M 7 22 639 The chemistry of galaxies. I. The nature of giant extragalactic H II regions. McCALL M.L., RYBSKI P.M. and SHIELDS G.A.
1985ApJS...57..261V viz 281 49 Catalog of CO observations of galaxies. VERTER F.
1985ApJS...58..125E 21 2 168 Theoretical models for H II regions. I. Diagnostic diagrams. EVANS I.N. and DOPITA M.A.
1985ApJS...58..533H 1 33 156 Star-forming properties and histories of dwarf irregular galaxies: down but not out. HUNTER D.A. and GALLAGHER III J.S.
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.
1985ApJS...59..311F 13 37 BVRI photometry of extragalactic Cepheids and new insights for the distance scale. FREEDMAN W.L., GRIEVE G.R. and MADORE B.F.
1985MNRAS.212..163M 16 22 Predictions of distance within the Local Group. MISHRA R.
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....5M 7 4 120 Wolf-Rayet stars in nearby galaxies: tracers of the most massive stars. MASSEY 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...97.1065H 4 6 Stellar associations in the galaxy NGC 2403. HODGE P.
1985PASP...97.1149A 23 8 Quasars near NGC 520. ARP H. and DUHALDE O.
1985ATsir1373....3I 69 T                   1 1 0 Parameters of the spiral arms in
M 33.
IVANOV G. and KYNCHEV P.
1985ATsir1408....1L 69 T                   1 1 0 Discovery of the optical variability of the nucleus of
M 33.
LYUTY V.M. and SHAROV A.S.
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.114..119F 8 1 Variable yields and the problem of nitrogen production. FORIERI C.
1985Ap&SS.116..341I 69 T                   1 4 9 On the spiral structure of
M 33.
IVANOV G.R. and KUNCHEV P.Z.
1985BICDS..28...41W 23 0 Radio surveys of the sky. WIELEBINSKI R.
1985BAAS...17..858D 69 T                   1 1 0 Radio source surveys of the Milky Way and
M 33.
DURIC N. and GREGORY P.C.
1985JApA....6..145G 71 T                   1 1 10 VLA observations of three
M 33 supernova remnants at 20 cm.
GOSS W.M. and VIALLEFOND F.
1985MmSAI..56..645P 9 0 Significance of ST For studies of planetary nebulae. PERINOTTO M.
1985MitAG..63..168D 69 T                   1 1 0 A new high resolution hydrogen line survey of
M 33.
DEUL E.R. and VAN DER HULST J.M.
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..744S 69 T                   1 1 0 The gas-to-dust ratio in
M 33.
SHAROV A.S.
1985PASAu...6..104M 8 20 The Magellanic system. MATHEWSON D.S.
1985PASJ...37..499S 10 3 The morphology-luminosity relation of galaxies as a function of cosmology. SEGAL I.E.
1985RMxAA..10...69W 9 1 Radio emission of galaxies. WIELEBINSKI R.
1985SSRv...40..531L 11 3 Extragalactic supernova remnants. LONG K.S.
1985S&W....24..194M 15 0 Der lokale Superhaufen und seine Umgebung. Zur Struktur des nahen Universums. MATERNE J.
1985S&W....24..632H 3 0 Der super-sternhaufen in NGC 1705. HOPP U.
1986A&A...154..357V 71 T                   1 14 61 H II regions in
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1986A&A...155..283G 41 10 A color dependence in the distance moduli derived from the B and H band Tully-Fisher relations. GIRAUD E.H.
1986A&A...156..157B 399 121 The Malmquist bias and the value of H zero from the Tully-Fisher relation. BOTTINELLI L., GOUGUENHEIM L., PATUREL G., et al.
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...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..374H 38 54 Turbulent gas motions in giant HII regions. II. The luminosity-velocity dispersion relation. HIPPELEIN H.H.
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..300R 63 31 Star formation in spiral galaxies. RENGARAJAN T.N. and VERMA R.P.
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&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...64..237V 70 T                   1 152 51 H II regions in
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1986A&AS...64..247V viz 14       D               1 972 9 Accurate positions of Zwicky galaxies. I. VETTOLANI G., PALUMBO G. and SANTAGATA N.
1986A&AS...66..117I 70 T                   1 10 19 ANS UV observations of external galaxies. II. UV photometry of M 31,
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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.
1986AJ.....91..522H 49 13 The M supergiants in NGC 300. HUMPHREYS R.M. and GRAHAM J.A.
1986AJ.....91..541V 8 18 A possible relationship between ring magnetism and HI gas in spiral galaxies. VALLEE J.P.
1986AJ.....92..567A 34 27 Integrated H alpha profiles of giant extragalactic H II regions. ARSENAULT R. and ROY J.-R.
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 206 95 Massive stars in M 31. MASSEY P., ARMANDROFF T.E. and CONTI P.S.
1986ApJ...300..624R 1 18 77 H-alpha velocity widths of giant extragalactic HII regions. ROY J.-R., ARSENAULT R. and JONCAS G.
1986ApJ...302..564S 1 97 452 Systematics of bulge-to-disk ratios. SIMIEN F. and DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1986ApJ...302..579R 16 10 The H-alpha velocity widths of giant HII regions as distance indicators. ROY J.-R. and ARSENAULT R.
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...19D 1 7 30 The extragalactic distance scale derived from "sosie" galaxies. II. Solar motion and Hubble constant. DE VAUCOULEURS G. and PETERS W.L.
1986ApJ...303L..67S 15 44 Detection of the hydrocarbon ring molecule C3H2 in the radio galaxy Centaurus A (= NGC 5128). SEAQUIST E.R. and BELL M.B.
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...305L..35R 106 T K                 1 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 3 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
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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...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...307..449C 5 6 What warped disks can tell us about galaxy halos and gravity. CHRISTODOULOU D.M. and TOHLINE J.E.
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.
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.222..787M 231 29 A search for QSOs in the fields of nearby galaxies - II. NGC 55, 253, 300 and 5364. MONK A.S., PENSTON M.V., PETTINI M., et al.
1986PASP...98..163O 3 7 Nuclei of normal galaxies. O'CONNELL R.W.
1986PASP...98..973M 9 27 IV. The evolution of CNO abundances in galaxies. MATTEUCCI F.
1986PASP...98.1009P 4 15 XIII. Nebulae and abundances in galaxies. PAGEL B.E.J.
1986ARA&A..24..459S 2 22 226 Global structure of magnetic fields in spiral galaxies. SOFUE Y., FUJIMOTO M. and WIELEBINSKI R.
1986ATsir1435....4I 70 T                   1 9 0 On the distance modulus of
M 33 galaxy.
IVANOV G. and KYNCHEV P.
1986ATsir1473....3I 70 T                   1 1 0 On
M 33 nucleus activity.
IVANOV G., KUNCHEV P., GOLEV V., et al.
1986AN....307..379I 71 T                   1 1 4 Distribution of luminous blue stars in
M 33.
IVANOV G.R. and KUNCHEV P.Z.
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.122..235K 70 T                   1 29 8 A photometric study of the bright stars in
M 33.
KUNCHEV P.Z. and IVANOV G.R.
1986Ap&SS.124..329I 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...43I 70 T                   1 3 1 Distance estimation of the LMC, SMC, and
M 33 from the apparent radiusdistribution of HII regions.
ISSA I.A.
1986Ap&SS.127..327K 70 T                   1 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..683H 70 T                   1 2 0 The enigmatic object variable A in
M 33.
HUMPHREYS R.M., JONES T.J. and GEHRZ R.D.
1986BAAS...18..949L 70 T                   1 1 0 New supernova remnants in
M 33.
LONG K.S., BLAIR W.P., KIRSHNER R.P., et al.
1986BAAS...18..998T 70 T                   1 1 0 The X-ray morphology and spectrum of
M33.
TRINCHIERI G., FABBIANO G. and PERES G.
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...18.1053R 70 T                   1 3 0 No Crab Nebulas in
M 33.
REYNOLDS S.P.
1986Icar...65..152V 100 4 A search for the tritium hyperfine line from nearby stars. VALDES F. and FREITAS R.A.Jr
1986JApA....7...77A 4 6 Quasars in the central region of the Virgo cluster. ARP H.
1986MitAG..65..228B 70 T                   1 1 0 Das magnetfeld in
M 33.
BUCZILOWSKI U.R.
1986PAZh...12..187L 70 T                   1 2 0 Discovery of the optical variability of the nucleus of
M 33.
LYUTYJ V.M. and SHAROV A.S.
1986PAZh...12..739A 70 T                   1 2 1 Observations of
M 33 at the frequency of 102 MHz.
ARTYUKH V.S. and MALUMIAN V.G.
1986PASJ...38..133S 3 4 58 Bisymmetric spiral configuration of magnetic fields in spiral galaxies. I. Local theory. SAWA T. and FUJIMOTO M.
1986IAUS..116..355R 17 17 The exciting stars of giant extragalactic H II regions. ROSA M. and D'ODORICO S.
1986IAUS..116..369H 1 9 49 Systems of stellar associations in galaxies. HODGE P.
1986NIA86......283L 8 ~ The massive star content of blue irregular galaxies. LAMB S.A., HUNTER D.A. and GALLAGHER III J.S.
1986NIA86......307B 2 ~ IUE observations of massive stars in nearby galaxies. BIANCHI L., MASSEY P. and HUTCHINGS J.
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..375B 96 19 Central velocity gradients and the classification of spiral galaxies. BAIESI-PILLASTRINI G.C.
1987A&A...173..137C 1 3 19 Area spectroscopy of the core of 30 Doradus. CLAYTON C.A.
1987A&A...174...28C 71 T                   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 70 T                   1 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...179...23A 5 9 186 Halo parameters of spiral galaxies. ATHANASSOULA E., BOSMA A. and PAPAIOANNOU S.
1987A&A...179..249F 15 28 The fractal dimension of star-forming sites in galaxies. FEITZINGER J.V. and GALINSKI T.
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&AS...67..169L 71 T                   1 6 25 An objective-prism survey of emission-line objects in
M 33 and IC 1613.
LEQUEUX J., MEYSSONNIER N. and AZZOPARDI M.
1987A&AS...67..509D 76 T                   1 4 107 A survey of the neutral atomic hydrogen in
M 33.
DEUL E.R. and VAN DER HULST J.M.
1987A&AS...68..109I 3 0 High resolution 5 GHz flux-densities of sources in M 31. ISRAEL F.P.
1987A&AS...68..171B 70 T                   1 44 14 A multifrequency radio continuum survey of
M 33. I. Observations.
BUCZILOWSKI U.R. and BECK R.
1987A&AS...70..115S 68 4 Ultraviolet properties of normal galaxies. STRYCZYNSKI J.
1987A&AS...70..517H 197 103 The effects of interactions on spiral galaxies. III. A radio continuum survey of galactic nuclei at 1.49 GHz. HUMMEL E., VAN DER HULST J.M., KEEL W.C., et al.
1987AJ.....93..310O 1 3 14 A photometric survey of the rich OB association NGC 206 in M 31. ODEWAHN S.
1987AJ.....93..557C 71 T                   1 5 28 The Cepheids in
M 33 : Hubble's measurements compared to CCD data.
CHRISTIAN C.A. and SCHOMMER R.A.
1987AJ.....93..833K 70 T                   1 81 45 Variable stars in local group galaxies. I.
M 33.
KINMAN T.D., MOULD J.R. and WOOD P.R.
1987AJ.....94..306K 5 7 150 Surface photometry of six local group galaxies. KENT S.M.
1987AJ.....94..315H 72 T                   1 3 31 The enigmatic object Variable A in
M 33.
HUMPHREYS R.M., JONES T.J. and GEHRZ R.D.
1987AJ.....94..324J 70 T                   1 57 15 The galactic foreground reddening in the direction of the nearby triangulum galaxy
M 33.
JOHNSON S.B. and JONER M.D.
1987AJ.....94.1480F 7 17 Imaging and spectroscopic studies of the interacting system Markarian 171. FRIEDMAN S.D., COHEN R.D., JONES B., et al.
1987AJ.....94.1538M 91 50 The spectra of extragalactic Wolf-Rayet stars. MASSEY P., CONTI P.S. and ARMANDROFF T.E.
1987ApJ...312..555R 242 96 Star formation in Seyfert galaxies. RODRIGUEZ ESPINOSA J.M., RUDY R.J. and JONES B.
1987ApJ...314....3E 607 191 Arm classifications for spiral galaxies. ELMEGREEN D.M. and ELMEGREEN B.G.
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...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...320..238S 329 596 The IRAS bright galaxy sample. II. The sample and luminosity function. SOIFER B.T., SANDERS D.B., MADORE B.F., et al.
1987ApJ...322L..79H 7 21 Are there stellar winds in the hot stars of M 31 ? HUTCHINGS J.B., MASSEY P. and BIANCHI L.
1987ApJ...322..673R 106 T K                 1 3 14 A radio search for Crab-like nebulae in
M 33.
REYNOLDS S.P. and FIX J.D.
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...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..173H 2 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..816M 70 T                   1 53 31 A deep photographic search for Wolf-Rayet stars in
M 33.
MASSEY P., CONTI P.S., MOFFAT A.F.J., et al.
1987PASP...99.1127M 72 T                   1 2 17 The long-period variable stars of
M 33.
MOULD J.
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..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.
1987AZh....64...79T 102 4 Frequency of outbursts and spatial distribution of type I and II supernovae. TSVETKOV D.Y.
1987AZh....64..900Z 32 0 Colour and star formation in the outer parts of disks of spiral galaxies. ZASOV A.V. and DZHAFAROV A.R.
1987Ap&SS.129...39E 12 5 The luminosity of red supergiants in the Andromeda galaxy. EFREMOV Y.N. and IVANOV G.R.
1987Ap&SS.135..301G 71 T                   1 1 6 The brightest blue stars in
M 33 galaxy as unresolved star groups.
GOLEV V.K., IVANOV G.R. and KUNCHEV P.Z.
1987Ap&SS.136..113I 76 T                   1 1 26 Stellar associations and complexes in
M 33.
IVANOV G.R.
1987BAAS...19..681S 3 1 Dynamical activity at the center of a galaxy. SMITH B.F. and MILLER R.H.
1987BAAS...19..703M 5 0 The spectra of extragalactic Wolf-Rayet stars. MASSEY P., CONTI P.S. and ARMANDROFF T.E.
1987BAAS...19..737B 70 T                   1 1 0 Echelle spectroscopy of
M 33 supernova remnants.
BLAIR W.P., CHU Y.-H. and KENNICUTT R.C.
1987BAAS...19.1033D 70 T                   1 1 0 Radio observations of SNRs in
M 33.
DURIC N.
1987BAAS...19.1036S 70 T                   1 2 2 A search for new variable stars in NGC 6822 and
M 33.
SCHMIDT E.G. and SPEAR G.G.
1987BAAS...19.1053H 70 T                   1 2 ~ Variable C : an S Doradus type variable in
M 33.
HUMPHREYS R.M., LEITHERER C., STAHL O., et al.
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...19.1109P 70 T                   1 1 0 Echelle spectra of the nucleus of
M33 with a Tektronix CCD.
PETERSON R.C.
1987BAAS...19.1135R 70 T                   1 1 0 A spherical harmonic analysis of the positions of quasars near
M 33.
ROEDER R.C.
1987JApA....8..231A 21 9 3C 120 and the surrounding region of sky. ARP H.
1987JApA....8..241A 89 12 Additional members of the local group of galaxies and quantized redshifts within the two nearest groups. ARP H.
1987Mercu..16...84G 4 0 New observations of three nearby galaxies. GREGORY S. and MORRISON N.D.
1987Msngr..47....4M 11 0 Giant HII regions and the quest for the Hubble constant. MELNICK J.
1987MitAG..70..442M 5 1 Integrated spectra of globular cluster candidates in local group galaxies. MELCHER N., RICHTLER T. and SEGGEWISS W.
1987PAZh...13..427S 70 T                   1 2 2 AS Piscium (S 10828) - a variable of U Geminorum type un the region of
M 33.
SHAROV A.S.
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.
1987QJRAS..28..217W 8 4 Wolf-Rayet stars: current status and major questions. WILLIS A.J.
1987QJRAS..28..334C 4 2 Echelle observations of interstellar bubbles. CLAYTON C.A.
1987QJRAS..28..481B 18 11 Isaac Newton telescope observations 1984-6. BENN C.R. and MARTIN R.
1987RMxAA..14..158M 11 1 Giant HII regions as distance indicators. MELNICK J., TERLEVICH R. and MOLES M.
1987RMxAA..14..463D 5 2 Evolution of HII regions. DOTTORI H.A.
1987S&T....74..140S 70 T                   1 1 0 Six-meter views of
M 33.
SMITH D.H.
1987SAAOC..11..125W 12 3 Notes on Cepheid variables in galaxies more distant than the Magellanic Clouds. WALKER A.R.
1987S&W....26..376P 6 1 Carl Wirtz und die Flucht der Spiralnebel. PRIESTER W. and SCHAAF R.
1987IAUS..121..461R 6 4 Activity in near-normal galaxies. RUBIN V.C.
1987IAUS..121..499T 20 53 Starburst models for AGNs. TERLEVICH R., MELNICK J. and MOLES M.
1987IAUS..121..545M 28 17 Superassociations in the arms of normal and active galaxies. MELNICK J.
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..479A 24 4 Observations requiring a non-standard approach. ARP H.
1987IAUS..125..149T 16 1 Population of accreting neutron stars in external galaxies. TRINCHIERI G.
1988A&A...189...34A 14 49 The number of Wolf-Rayet stars in Local Group galaxies. AZZOPARDI M., LEQUEUX J. and MAEDER A.
1988A&A...189...42F 17 13 How frequent are tidal interactions between galaxies ? FRIED J.W.
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..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...196...17B 156 26 The value of Ho from the infrared Tully-Fisher relation. BOTTINELLI L., GOUGUENHEIM L. and TEERIKORPI P.
1988A&A...196...26K 6 9 Stellar photometry and inclination of the nearest edge-on galaxy NGC 55. KISZKURNO-KOZIEJ 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...201..199A 39 36 Correlations between integrated parameters and H-alpha velocity widths in giant extragalactic HII regions: a new appraisal. ARSENAULT R. and ROY J.-R.
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...29B 12 21 A multifrequency radio continuum survey of M 33. II. Thermal and non-thermal emission. BUCZILOWSKI U.R.
1988A&A...205...41A 28 54 Search for the 12CO (J=1-0) line in blue compact galaxies : dependence of CO emission on metallicity. ARNAULT P., CASOLI F., COMBES F., et al.
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..365C 1 17 69 Analysis of spiral components in 16 galaxies. CONSIDERE S. and ATHANASSOULA E.
1988AJ.....95..672S 63 4 A search for thermal hydroxyl emission in nearby galaxies. SCHMELZ J.T. and BAAN W.A.
1988AJ.....95..704C 107 74 BVI photometry of star clusters in M 33. CHRISTIAN C.A. and SCHOMMER R.A.
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.....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.....96.1307C 6 9 Tilted-ring models of the prolate spiral galaxies NGC 5033 and 5055. CHRISTODOULOU D.M., TOHLINE J.E. and STEIMAN-CAMERON T.Y.
1988AJ.....96.1332R 4 0 The flat-spectrum radio source C1 in M 33 is a background radio galaxy. REYNOLDS S.P. and FIX J.D.
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..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..531T 35   K                 20 75 Morphology and spectral characteristics of the X-ray emission of M 33. TRINCHIERI G., FABBIANO G. and PERES G.
1988ApJ...325..544F 1 17 96 The X-ray emission of M 81 and its nucleus. FABBIANO G.
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1988Afz....28..419A 6 7 The model of two-component magnetic field of the galaxy. ANDREASSIAN R.R. and MAKAROV A.N.
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1988ApL....27...27B 53 ~ Systematics of the central velocity gradients of spiral galaxies. BAIESI-PILLASTRINI G.C.
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1988S&W....27..120L 1 0 Ein Newton-Feldkorrector im praktischen Einsatz. LORENTZ W.
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1988S&W....27..736D 2 0 Im Karl-Schwarzschild-Observatorium Tautenburg. DELFS M. and DILLIG M.
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1989ApJ...338...13C 1 24 172 The 1.4 gigahertz luminosity function and its evolution. CONDON J.J.
1989ApJ...340..708D 5 4 95 A reevaluation of the infrared-radio correlation for spiral galaxies. DEVEREUX N.A. and EALES S.A.
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1989ApJ...347L..29V 8 12 The intrinsic frequency of faint supernovae resembling SN 1987A. VAN DEN BERGH S. and McCLURE R.D.
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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.
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1990ApJ...355L..23H 1 5 24 Periodic variations of the extragalactic H2O maser in NGC 4258. HASCHICK A.D. and BAAN W.A.
1990ApJ...355L..35F 36   K                 9 62 Local calibrators for the infrared Tully-Fisher relation. FREEDMAN W.L.
1990ApJ...356...14C 43 11 Neutral hydrogen absorption by galaxies and implications for the soft X-ray background. CORBELLI E. and SCHNEIDER S.E.
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1990Ap&SS.167..183A 250 10 The Hubble relation : differences between galaxy types Sb and Sc. ARP H.
1990Ap&SS.170..257N 2 0 UBV photometry of bright stars in the spiral arm S5 of M 31. NIKOLOV N.S. and TASHEVA R.P.
1990AuJPh..43..189V 8 6 The global Hubble constant. VISNATHAN N.
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1991AJ....101..362C 363 116 UGC galaxies stronger than 25 mJy at 4.85 GHz. CONDON J.J. and FRAYER D.T.
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1991ApJ...376....8F 63 46 The distance to the Coma cluster using the B-band Tully-Fischer relation. FUKUGITA M., OKAMURA S., TARUSAWA K., et al.
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1991ARA&A..29..363V 8 10 350 Galactic and extragalactic supernova rates. VAN DEN BERGH S. and TAMMANN G.A.
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1992AJ....104.2086H 20 28 A search for gas-rich dwarf galaxies just outside the local supercluster. HOFFMAN G.L., LU N.Y. and SALPETER E.E.
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1992ApJ...384...50A 8 16 536 The formation of globular clusters in merging and interacting galaxies. ASHMAN K.M. and ZEPF S.E.
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1992ApJ...387...47P 2 24 239 Luminosity-line width relations and the extragalactic distance scale. I. Absolute calibration. PIERCE M.J. and TULLY R.B.
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1992ApJ...390L..73Z 1 7 43 The radial distribution of oxygen in disk galaxies. ZARITSKY D.
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1992ApJ...390..405L 2 3 31 Formation of a giant galactic gaseous halo : metal absorption lines and high-velocity clouds. LI F. and IKEUCHI S.
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1992ApJ...400..476J 3 3 39 Starbursts triggered by central overpressure in interacting galaxies. JOG C.J. and DAS M.
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1992MNRAS.255p..29V 29 ~ Galaxy evolution and the Local Group. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1992MNRAS.255...32Y 11 9 Diameter distribution of HII regions in galaxies. YE T.
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1992PASP..104..599J 4 26 424 A critical review of selected techniques for measuring extragalactic distances. JACOBY G.H., BRANCH D., CIARDULLO R., et al.
1992PASP..104..798L 11 42 The chronology of the formation of the galaxy. LEE Y.-W.
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