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1952BOTT....1a...1H 65 T                   1 116 5 Nuevas nebulosas planetarias y objetos con emision en la region del
centro galactico.
HARO G.
1953ApJ...118..345M 65 T                   1 31 0 Blue giants in the direction of the
Galactic Center.
MORGAN W.W., GONZALEZ G. and GONZALEZ G.
1954AJ.....59..375W 65 T                   1 67 8 The distance to the
Galactic Center and the zero point of the Cepheid period-luminosity relation.
WEAVER H.
1954ApJ...120...41H 65 T                   1 42 23 Early-type stars in the direction of the
Galactic Center.
HILTNER W.A.
1955PZ.....10..337G 66 T                   1 236 23 285 variable stars in direction of the
Galactic Center.
GAPOSCHKIN S.I.
1956BAN....13...67O 66 T                   1 2 3 Remark on the population character of the Cepheids in a region around the direction towards the
Galactic Center.
OOSTERHOFF P.T.
1958ApJ...128...46N 66 T                   1 160 52 M-type stars and red variables in the
Galactic Center.
NASSAU J.J. and BLANCO V.M.
1959AJ.....64...33A 67 T                   1 2 14 Stars in the direction of the Galactic Center. ARP H.C.
1960Obs....80..110A 66 T                   1 8 7 RR Lyrae variables in the direction of the
Galactic Centre.
ALEXANDER J.B.
1960PZ.....13....8P 66 T                   1 2 5 The periods of short-period Cepheids in the direction to the
Galactic Center.
PAVLOVSKAYA E.D.
1961CoBos..13....1B 66 T                   1 43 0 A catalogue of Halpha emission objects in the
Galactic Center region.
BLANCO V.M.
1962AJ.....67..769F 66 T                   1 75 9 Distance to the
Galactic Center from globular clusters.
FERNIE J.D.
1963AJ.....68..319M 66 T                   1 918 18 Late M-type stars near the
Galactic Center.
McCUSKEY S.W. and MEHLHORN R.
1966MNRAS.132..495F 67 T                   1 53 19 The kinematics of Me variables towards the
Galactic Center and a comparison.
FEAST M.W.
1968ApJ...151..145B 77 T                   1 6 369 Infrared observations of the
Galactic Center.
BECKLIN E.E. and NEUGEBAUER G.
1969ApJ...155L...9H 79 T                   1 1 74 Far-Infrared observation of the
Galactic-Center region at 100 microns.
HOFFMANN W.F. and FREDERICK C.L.
1970A&A.....4..462V 17 86 Evidence for a possible expulsion of gas from the galactic nucleus. VAN DER KRUIT P.C.
1970ApJ...162L.203B 4 3 79 Detection of methyl alcohol in Sagittarius. BALL J.A., GOTTLIEB C.A. and LILLEY A.E.
1970MNRAS.151...87D 67 T                   1 46 0 B-type stars within 10 degrees of the
Galactic Centre - I.
DIXON M.E.
1970PASP...82....5W 67 T                   1 9 9 Observations of interstellar sodium lines in stars in the direction of the
Galactic Center.
WALLERSTEIN G.
1970ATsir.563....4V 67 T                   1 43 1 Absolute intensity of emission lines in faint planetary nebulae visible to the direction of the
Galactic Center.
VORONTSOV-VELYAMINOV B.A.
1971ApJ...164L..23H 69 T                   1 8 102 100-micron map of the
Galactic-Center region.
HOFFMANN W.F., FREDERICK C.L. and EMERY R.J.
1971ApJ...169L..99K 70 T                   1 3 71 X-ray sources near the
Galactic Center observed by UHURU.
KELLOGG E., GURSKY H., MURRAY S., et al.
1971MNRAS.152..461L 101 T                   1 1 207 On quasars, dust and the
Galactic Centre.
LYNDEN-BELL D. and REES M.J.
1971MNRAS.153..251M 69 T                   1 1 15 The ratio of total to selective extinction and the distance to the galactic centre. MARTIN P.G.
1971ATsir.623....3V 67 T                   1 30 0 On the interstellar extinction of the planetary nebulae in the direction to the
galactic centre.
VORONTSOV-VELYAMINOV B.A.
1972A&A....16..322S 1 3 23 Further evidence of explosive events in the galactic nucleus. SANDERS R.H.
1972A&A....18...55R 72 T                   1 2 71 Neutral hydrogen self-absorption in a large region toward the
Galactic Center.
RIEGEL K.W. and CRUTCHER R.M.
1972ApJ...171..519H 69 T                   1 4 51 A soft X-ray survey from the
Galactic Center to Vela.
HILL R.W., BURGINYON G., GRADER R.J., et al.
1972ApJ...172..335S 71 T                   1 3 77 Survey of molecular lines near the
Galactic Center. I. 6-centimeter formaldehyde absorption in Sagittarius A, Sagittarius B2, and the galactic plane from lII = 359.4deg to lII = 2.2deg.
SCOVILLE N.Z., SOLOMON P.M. and THADDEUS P.
1972ApJ...174..207R 3 5 Remeasurement of the rest frequency of the 36-centimeter radio line of methanol. RADFORD H.E.
1972ApJ...175L.127S 75 T                   1 3 147 Kinematics of molecular clouds near the
Galactic Center.
SCOVILLE N.Z.
1972ApJ...176L..95R 62 341 Infrared photometry of extragalactic sources. RIEKE G.H. and LOW F.J.
1972PASP...84Q.646W 67 T                   1 7 0 Two heavily reddened M supergiants near the Galactic Center. WING R.F. and WARNER J.W.
1973ApJ...184..415R 1 9 63 Infrared maps of the Galactic Nucleus. RIEKE G.H. and LOW F.J.
1973CoBos..46....1H 68 T                   1 6 0 The dB and gK stars near the direction of the Galactic Center. HIDAJAT B. and RADIMAN I.
1973MSRSL...5...79V 68 T                   1 47 5 Observations spectrophotographic of planetary nebulae group in the
galactic centre direction.
VORONTSOV-VELYAMINOV B.A., KOSTJAKOVA E.B., DOKUCHAEVA O.D., et al.
1974A&A....30...37J 68 T                   1 6 25 On the nature of the nonthermal radio emission from the
Galactic Center.
JONES T.W.
1974ApJ...194..265B 75 T                   1 6 218 Intense sub-arcsecond structure in the
Galactic Center.
BALICK B. and BROWN R.L.
1974MNRAS.167..621B 68 T                   1 131 60 A new determination from OB stars of the galactic rotation constants and the distance to the
Galactic Centre.
BALONA L.A. and FEAST M.W.
1975A&A....44..259P 70 T                   1 3 37 Ionized gas in the direction of the
Galactic Center. II - The line of sight problem.
PAULS T. and METZGER P.G.
1975ApJ...200L..71B 69 T                   1 19 141 High resolution maps of the
Galactic Center at 2.2 and 10 microns.
BECKLIN E.E. and NEUGEBAUER G.
1975ApJ...201..593H 76 T                   1 3 127 Detection of nuclear gamma rays from the
Galactic Center region.
HAYMES R.C., WALRAVEN G.D., MEEGAN C.A., et al.
1975ApJ...202L..63L 68 T                   1 14 25 VLBI observations of the compact radio source in the center of the Galaxy. LO K.Y., SCHILIZZI R.T., COHEN M.H., et al.
1975MNRAS.171..659C 69 T                   1 5 44 Neutral hydrogen in the
Galactic Centre region-I. The Observations.
COHEN R.J.
1975AZh....52..264V 68 T                   1 48 5 The study of planetary nebulae in the
galactic centre direction.
VORONTSOV-VELYAMINOV B.A., KOSTYAKOVA E.B., DOKUCHAEVA O.D., et al.
1975Ap&SS..38..381M 68 T                   1 5 8 An anomalous velocity neutral hydrogen structure near the Galactic Center. MIRABEL I.F. and TURNER K.C.
1975Natur.258..406B 73 T                   1 1 25 A very high velocity 1,612-MHz OH source near the
Galactic Centre.
BAUD B., HABING H.J., O'SULLIVAN J.D., et al.
1975SvA....19..163V 68 T                   1 48 7 Planetary nebulae near the Galactic Center. VORONTSOV-VEL'YAMINOV B.A., DOKUCHAEVA O.D., KOSTYAKOVA E.B., et al.
1976A&A....46..407P 69 T                   10 87 Recombination line and continuum observations of the Galactic Center at 10 GHz. PAULS T., DOWNES D., MEZGER P.G., et al.
1976A&A....51..289B 69 T                   1 7 41 Aperture synthesis of 1667 MHz OH absorption in the direction of the
Galactic Center.
BIEGING J.H.
1976ApJ...207L..83S 73 T                   2 53 2-4 micron spectrophotometric observations of the Galactic Center. SOIFER B.T., RUSSELL R.W. and MERRILL K.M.
1976MNRAS.175..129W 68 T                   46 7 Photoelectric observations of Cepheids in the
galactic centre region.
WARREN P.R. and HARVEY G.M.
1976MNRAS.176..495C 72 T                   1 2 45 Observations of OH in the
Galactic Centre.
COHEN R.J. and FEW R.W.
1976MNRAS.176..683C 68 T                   16 21 Radial velocities and distance of OB stars at the solar distance to the
galactic centre.
CRAMPTON D., BERNARD D., HARRIS B.L., et al.
1976MNRAS.177p..83L 68 T                   6 ~ Discovery of X-ray bursts from several sources near the
galactic centre.
LEWIN W.H.G., HOFFMAN J.A., DOTY J., et al.
1976MNRAS.177..319D 3 6 107 The radio source at the galactic nucleus. DAVIES R.D., WALSH D. and BOOTH R.S.
1976Natur.261..476D 71 T                   1 2 35 Transient radio source near the
Galactic Centre.
DAVIES R.D., WALSH D., BROWNE I.W.A., et al.
1976SvAL....2....8B 16 1 Observations of the galactic-center region at 8.2 mm. BERULIS I.I.
1977ApJ...214L..61K 70 T                   1 4 56 The small radio source at the
Galactic Center.
KELLERMANN K.I., SHAFFER D.B., CLARK B.G., et al.
1977ApJ...216..277G 72 T                   1 5 109 Airborne far-infrared observations of the
Galactic Center region.
GATLEY I., BECKLIN E.E., WERNER M.W., et al.
1977ApJ...218..105W 68 T                   9 16 Supergiants in the field of the cluster M 6, and the distribution of interstellar matter in the direction of the Galactic Center. WARNER J.W. and WING R.F.
1977ApJ...218..668L 68 T                   1 4 12 An angular size for the compact radio source at the
Galactic Center.
LO K.Y., COHEN M.H., SCHILIZZI R.T., et al.
1977ATsir.947....6K 68 T                   16 0 The new absolute intensities of the emission lines of 15 planetary nebulae, seen in the
galactic-centre direction.
KHARADZE E.K., BARTAYA R.A., VORONTSOV-VELYAMINOV B.A., et al.
1977Ap&SS..47..401A 68 T                   7 0 High energy gamma-ray emission from the region of the Galactic Center. AGRINIER B., FORICHON M., PARLIER B., et al.
1977SvA....21..462K 68 T                   11 2 The physical differences between the planetary nebula of the
galactic-center group and the planetaries of the common field.
KOSTYAKOVA E.B.
1978AJ.....83.1594B 68 T                   1 8 12 The radio spectrum of the compact source at the
Galactic Center.
BROWN R.L. and LO K.Y.
1978ApJ...219L.101H 70 T                   1 2 29 Submillimeter observations of the
Galactic Center.
HILDEBRAND R.H., WINSTON R., WHITCOMB S.E., et al.
1978ApJ...219..121B 69 T                   1 16 110 Infrared observations of the
Galactic Center. I. Nature of the compact sources.
BECKLIN E.E., MATTHEWS K., NEUGEBAUER G., et al.
1978ApJ...220..453C 2 4 42 Spectra of giant stars in distant satellites of the galaxy. COWLEY A.P., HARTWICK F.D.A. and SARGENT W.L.W.
1978ApJ...220..556R 68 T                   1 19 64 The infrared emission of the
Galactic Center.
RIEKE G.H., TELESCO C.M. and HARPER D.A.
1978ApJ...220..822G 69 T                   1 9 71 Far-infrared observations of H II regions near the
Galactic Center.
GATLEY I., BECKLIN E.E., WERNER M.W., et al.
1978ApJ...220..831B 70 T                   1 16 235 Infrared observations of the
Galactic Center. IV. The interstellar extinction.
BECKLIN E.E., MATTHEWS K., NEUGEBAUER G., et al.
1978ApJ...222L..95C 9 30 High-resolution observations of X-ray sources at the Galactic Center. CRUDDACE R.G., FRITZ G., SHULMAN S., et al.
1978ApJ...225L..11L 79 T                   1 4 239 Detection of 511 keV positron annihilation radiation from the
Galactic Center direction.
LEVENTHAL M., MacCALLUM C.J. and STANG P.D.
1978MNRAS.184..145R 68 T                   1 2 4 Broad-line H94 alpha emission from the extended thermal component in the
Galactic Centre.
RODRIGUEZ L.F. and CHAISSON E.J.
1978MNRAS.185..745P 69 T                   1 8 56 X-ray emission from the region of the
Galactic Centre.
PROCTOR R.J., SKINNER G.K. and WILLMORE A.P.
1978PASP...90..657B 72 T                   1 1 24 2.2-micron map of the central 1 deg of the
Galactic Center.
BECKLIN E.E. and NEUGEBAUER G.
1979A&A....80L...3M 25 60 Radio determination of oxygen abundance variation in the Galaxy. MEZGER P.G., PANKONIN V., SCHMID-BURGK J., et al.
1979AJ.....84..324L 69 T                   1 3 22 Variable extinction at the
Galactic Center.
LEBOFSKY M.J.
1979AJ.....84.1571S 10 4 Search for H2 emission at 2.1 microns in ten southern hemisphere sources. SACOVILLE N.Z., GEZARI D.Y., CHIN G., et al.
1979ApJ...227L..17L 1 11 83 Observations of the motion and distribution of the ionized gas in the central parsec of the Galaxy. LACY J.H., BAAS F., TOWNES C.H., et al.
1979ApJ...229L..65W 71 T                   1 5 77 The 4 to 8 micron spectrum of the
Galactic Center.
WILLNER S.P., RUSSELL R.W., PUETTER R.C., et al.
1979MNRAS.186..453C 69 T                   1 2 15 Neutral hydrogen in the
Galactic Centre region. IV - The galactic nucleus.
COHEN M. and DAVIES R.
1979Natur.278..529C 68 T                   3 4 A search for X-ray pulsations from the
galactic centre.
CORDOVA F.A., GARMIRE G.P. and LEWIN W.H.G.
1979Obs....99...83A 68 T                   95 27 On planetary nebulae and Wolf-Rayet stars in the
galactic-centre field.
ALLEN D.A.
1980A&A....87....6G 74 T                   1 4 106 Formaldehyde in the
Galactic Center region: interpretation.
GUSTEN R. and DOWNES D.
1980A&AS...42..163B 70 T                   1 3 28 Formaldehyde in the
Galactic Center region - Observations.
BIEGING J., DOWNES D., WILSON T.L., et al.
1980ApJ...236L..49D 69 T                   5 14 Detection of high-energy X-rays from the Galactic Center region. DENNIS B.R., BEALL J.H., CUTLER E.P., et al.
1980ApJ...237..432M 70 T                   1 4 25 Infrared studies of globular clusters near the
Galactic Center.
MALKAN M., KLEINMANN D.E. and APT J.
1980ApJ...239..893R 77 T                   1 1 42 The compact radio source at the
Galactic Center.
REYNOLDS S.P. and McKEE C.F.
1980ApJ...241..132L 2 15 197 Observations of the motion and distribution of the ionized gas in the central parsec of the Galaxy. II. LACY J.H., TOWNES C.H., GEBALLE T.R., et al.
1980MNRAS.190..227F 69 T                   27 25 The kinematics of Mira variables in the windows towards the
galactic centre.
FEAST M.W., ROBERTSON B.S.C. and BLACK C.
1980CRB...290..321T 45 ~ Etoiles a mouvement propre dans la direction l = 357,7 degres et b = +5 ,6 degres. TERZAN A., BERNARD A., FRESNEAU A., et al.
1981A&A....94..265B 6 2 61 A far-infrared survey of the Milky Way from Sagittarius to Cygnus - Evidence for large scale variations of the star formation rate and initial mass function. BOISSE P., RYTER C., GISPERT R., et al.
1981A&A....99...27G 72 T                   1 2 36 High-velocity gas toward the
Galactic Center.
GUESTEN R. and DOWNES D.
1981A&A...100..209H 4 9 213 A 408 MHz all-sky continuum survey. I - Observations at southern declinations and for the North Polar region. HASLAM C.G., KLEIN U., SALTER C.J., et al.
1981A&A...103..197G 72 T                   1 8 150 Ammonia in the neighbourhood of the
Galactic Center.
GUSTEN R., WALMSLEY C.M. and PAULS T.
1981A&AS...43..405I 69 T                   6 23 A radio search for planetary nebulae near the Galactic Center. IV: Survey data. ISAACMAN R.
1981ApJ...243..147L 70 T                   1 8 70 Millimeter-wave absorption features toward the
Galactic Center: evidence for a massive nuclear disk.
LINKE R.A., STARK A.A. and FRERKING M.A.
1981ApJ...243..155C 69 T                   5 10 Ariel 5 hard X-ray studies of the Galactic Center region. COE M.J., ENGEL A.R., EVANS A.J., et al.
1981ApJ...249..504L 71 T                   1 3 44 Multiwavelength VLBI observations of the
Galactic Center.
LO K.Y., COHEN M.H., READHEAD A.C.S., et al.
1981ApJ...250..142W 70 T                   1 17 159 An X-ray study of the
Galactic Center.
WATSON M.G., WILLINGALE R., GRINDLAY J.E., et al.
1981ApJ...250..155B 74 T                   1 3 77 High resolution VLA observations of the
Galactic Center.
BROWN R.L., JOHNSTON K.J. and LO K.Y.
1981PASJ...33...57W 70 T                   1 3 21 Optical structure of the nearby cluster of galaxies in the direction of the
Galactic Center: the optical counterpart of 4U 1708-23.
WAKAMATSU K.-I. and MALKAN M.A.
1981RMxAA...6...83F 69 T                   287 40 A deep near infrared objective prism survey for carbon stars toward the Galactic Center and Anticenter. FUENMAYOR F.J.
1982A&A...106..293G 4 2 43 Far infrared survey of extended molecular clouds H II regions complexes along the galactic plane. GISPERT R., PUGET J.L. and SERRA G.
1982A&A...108..148M 27 72 Comparisons of the HR diagrams of the youngest clusters n the Galaxy, the LMC and SMC - Evidence for a large MS widening. MEYLAN G. and MAEDER A.
1982A&AS...49...61B 5 15 Three-colour photometry of a field near the Galactic Centre (SA 133F) BECKER W. and FANG C.
1982ApJ...253..108B 70 T                   1 4 35 Variability of the compact radio source at the
Galactic Center.
BROWN R.L. and LO K.Y.
1982ApJ...260..512B 74 T                   1 2 56 Apparent proper motions of the
Galactic Center compact radio source and PSR 1929+10.
BACKER D.C. and SRAMEK R.A.
1982ApJ...262L...1H 70 T                   2 12 Detection of interstellar sodium hydrogen in self-absorption toward the Galactic Center. HOLLIS J.M. and RHODES P.J.
1982ApJ...263..672L 69 T                   1 18 24 Polarization of compact sources in the
Galactic Center.
LEBOFSKY M.J., RIEKE G.H., DESHPANDE M.R., et al.
1982ApJ...263..736L 69 T                   1 20 80 M supergiants and star formation at the
Galactic Center.
LEBOFSKY M.J., RIEKE G.H. and TOKUNAGA A.T.
1982MNRAS.198..199G 69 T                   1 68 68 Infrared photometry of Mira variables in the Baade windows and the distance to the
Galactic Centre.
GLASS I.S. and FEAST M.W.
1982MNRAS.200p..33C 69 T                   1 5 ~ Faint red stars,in the
Galactic centre.
CATCHPOLE R.M.
1982Natur.296..333S 69 T                   1 7 6 A CCD image of the
Galactic Centre.
STOREY J.W.V., STRAEDE J.O., JORDEN P.R., et al.
1983A&A...117..343G 70 T                   1 4 37 New H2O masers in the
Galactic Center region.
GUSTEN R. and DOWNES D.
1983A&A...125..136G 73 T                   2 44 H2 densities and masses of the molecular clouds close to the Galactic Center. GUSTEN R. and HENKEL C.
1983A&A...128..230H 69 T                   32 48 OH/IR stars within one degree of the galactic centre. HABING H.J., OLNON F.M., WINNBERG A., et al.
1983AJ.....88...94B 69 T                   3 2 Spectroscopic observasations of two very red objects toward the Galactic Center. BIRETTA J.A., LO K.Y., BOROSON T.A., et al.
1983AJ.....88.1228M 72 T                   4 71 The temperature of molecular gas in the Galactic Center region. MORRIS M., POLISH N., ZUCKERMAN B., et al.
1983ApJ...267L..37H 69 T                   2 9 Detection of sulfur in the Galactic Center. HERTER T., BRIOTTA D.A.Jr, HOUCK J.R., et al.
1983ApJ...268L..85B 71 T                   1 2 23 The gas density and distribution within 2 parsecs of the
Galactic Center.
BROWN R.L. and JOHNSTON K.J.
1983MNRAS.204.1153S 14 44 The galactic nucleus. STOREY J.W.V. and ALLEN D.A.
1983ARA&A..21..239H 8 9 397 Interstellar ammonia. HO P.T.P. and TOWNES C.H.
1983BAAS...15..922R 69 T                   4 ~ The extent of 157.7 micron emission in the Galactic Center. RUSSELL R.W., ROSSANO G.S., RICE C.J., et al.
1983Natur.301..661T 69 T                   4 16 The centre of the Galaxy. TOWNES C.H., LACY J.H., GEBALLE T.R., et al.
1984A&AS...57..165R 71 T                   1 4 34 G 357.7+0.3 and G 359.1-0.5 - two shell-type supernova remnants in the
galactic centre region.
REICH W. and FURST E.
1984ApJ...276..551G 73 T                   1 3 54 Far-infrared spectroscopy of the
Galactic Center : neutral and ionized gas in the central 10 parsecs of the galaxy.
GENZEL R., WATSON D.M., TOWNES C.H., et al.
1984ApJ...278L..57G 69 T                   1 7 23 IRAS images of the
Galactic Center.
GAUTIER T.N., HAUSER M.G., BEICHMAN C.A., et al.
1984ApJ...283..601O 69 T                   1 87 111 A far-infrared survey of the
Galactic Center.
ODENWALD S.F. and FAZIO G.G.
1984ApJ...287L..15H 71 T                   2 18 The electron density in the Galactic Center as derived from the S III18.71 / 33.47 micron line ratio. HERTER T., HOUCK J.R., SHURE M., et al.
1984MNRAS.208..661B 69 T                   36 31 Imaging and polarimetry of the
galactic centre in the near-infrared.
BAILEY J., HOUGH J.H. and AXON D.J.
1984BAAS...16..493B 69 T                   2 ~ Fully sampled mapping of the Galactic Center molecular clouds in 13 CO. BALLY J., STARK A.A., WILSON R.W., et al.
1984BAAS...16..980S 69 T                   1 2 1 NeII observations of the
Galactic Center.
SERABYN E. and LACY J.H.
1984Natur.310..557Y 107 T                   1 2 309 Large, highly organized radio structures near the
Galactic Centre.
YUSEF-ZADEH F., MORRIS M. and CHANCE D.
1984Natur.310..568S 80 T                   1 3 143 A Radio Lobe over the
Galactic Centre.
SOFUE Y. and HANDA T.
1985A&A...142..381G 71 T                   1 13 69 Temperature determinations in molecular clouds of the
Galactic Center.
GUSTEN R., WALMSLEY C.M., UNGERECHTS H., et al.
1985A&A...143..267B 80 T                   1 2 80 The gamma-ray deficit toward the
Galactic Center.
BLITZ L., BLOEMEN J.B.G.M., HERMSEN W., et al.
1985A&A...149..195G 71 T                   4 23 H2 12 CO/H2 13 CO ratios from molecular clouds near the Galactic Center. GUSTEN R., HENKEL C. and BATRLA W.
1985AJ.....90.2511M 78 T                   1 2 71 Unusual threads of radio emission near the
Galactic Center.
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1985ApJ...288..575H 71 T                   1 12 84 Interactions between the continuum sources in the
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1985ApJ...293..445S 87 T                   1 2 137 Ne II observations of the
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1985Natur.317..697S 72 T                   7 66 A new symmetrical polarization structure near the
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1985Natur.317..699U 77 T                   1 2 59 Origin of the
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1986A&A...154L...5B 79 T                   1 3 113 Three micron spectroscopy of the
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1986A&A...157..148M 17 1 69 Construction of a global gas-dynamical model for our Galaxy. MULDER W.A. and LIEM B.T.
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1986ApJ...308..868B 71 T                   4 19 A latitude survey of carbon monoxide emission near the Galactic Center. BANIA T.M.
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1986PASP...98.1104K 70 T                   3 0 The broad-line region at the
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1986Ap&SS.118..343H 70 T                   2 1 The
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1986Natur.322..522K 71 T                   1 3 17 Steep-spectrum radio lobes near the
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1987A&A...172L...3L 70 T                   5 7 First detection of SiO emission from circumstellar shells at the
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1987ApJ...322..721Y 85 T                   1 2 124 The linear filaments of the Radio Arc near the
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1987ApJS...65...13B 90 T                   1 3 243
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1987MNRAS.226..927F 71 T                   4 31 The absolute magnitude of RR Lyraes and the distance to the galactic
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1987ARA&A..25..377G 15 4 251 Physical conditions, dynamics, and mass distribution in the center of the galaxy. GENZEL R. and TOWNES C.H.
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1987Natur.330..455Y 71 T                   1 5 35 A non-thermal axially symmetric radio wake towards the
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1987Natur.330..544S 73 T                   13 178 Hard X-ray images of the galactic
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1987PASAu...7..185G 70 T                   3 11 A highly excited ammonia cloud at least 300 pc from the galactic
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1987PASJ...39...95S 74 T                   3 50 The magnetic field near the galactic center. SOFUE Y., REICH W., INOUE M., et al.
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1987PASJ...39..573R 70 T                   14 22 Thermal and nonthermal emission structures in the galactic center region. REICH W., SOFUE Y. and FURST E.
1988A&A...200L...9L 73 T                   1 2 26 Monoenergetic relativistic electrons in the
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1988A&A...205..248P 70 T                   1 71 130 Planetary nebulae near the
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1988A&A...206L..34M 70 T                   1 3 9 The detection of CO in a proto-planetary nebula close to the
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1988ApJ...330L..33R 71 T                   1 12 89 Stellar velocities and the mass distribution in the
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1988ApJ...330..130K 72 T                   1 7 76 X-ray observations of the
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1988ApJ...330..718H 5 3 62 A magnetic loop model for structure and activity in the Galactic Center. HEYVAERTS J., NORMAN C. and PUDRITZ R.E.
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1988ApJ...334..175M 70 T                   1 19 41 Observations of interstellar HOCO+: enhancements toward the
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1988ApJ...335..748S 70 T                   1 4 6 Search for gamma-ray continuum emission at MeV energies from the
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1988PASP..100..604M 70 T                   1 40 12 Direct photography of planetary nebulae in the direction of the
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1988BAAS...20.1018Y 70 T                   1 2 0 Comparison of high resolution 11.6 mu.m array camera and 2-cm VLA images of the central parsec of the
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1988BAAS...20.1070C 70 T                   1 2 1 Gamma-ray imaging of the
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1988BAAS...20.1097W 70 T                   1 4 1 Are there Wolf-Rayet stars at the
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1989A&A...208..255G 70 T                   1 13 21 Carbon monoxide along the line of sight to
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1989A&A...223..293S 72 T                   1 2 17 2-mm H2CO emission in the Sgr A molecular complex at the
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1989A&AS...81..291S 70 T                   1 8 19 Radio continuum observations of the
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1989AJ.....98..204T 70 T                   1 40 40 High-resolution IRCCD images of the
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1989ApJ...336..752R 71 T                   1 30 153 Origin of the excitation of the
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1989ApJ...342..769P 75 T                   1 7 145 Radio studies of the
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1989ApJ...343..177L 71 T                   1 5 25 HI absorption measurements over the
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LASENBY J., LASENBY A.N. and YUSEF-ZADEH F.
1989MNRAS.241..873M 71 T                   1 11 66 Infrared studies of dust and gas towards the
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1989ARA&A..27..469B 8 5 166 Diffuse galactic gamma-ray emission. BLOEMEN H.
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1989BAAS...21.1213G 70 T                   1 2 0 C(II) mapping of the
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1989PASJ...41..975F 72 T                   1 1 8 Viscous accretion of molecular clouds toward the
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1989IAUS..136..535Z 72 T                   1 3 26 Long-term variations of the compact radio source SGR A at the
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1990A&A...229..165L 70 T                   39 15 Water vapour masers in envelopes of OH/IR stars close to the galactic centre. LINDQVIST M., WINNBERG A. and FORSTER J.R.
1990A&A...232...27A 2 3 A search for interstellar dust features in the 3mu-m spectrum of NGC 4565. ADAMSON A.J. and WHITTET D.C.B.
1990A&A...233..181R 70 T                   63 51 Planetary nebulae near the
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1990A&A...236..231P 71 T                   8 39 Planetary nebulae as standard candles: the distance to the
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1990AJ.....99..838L 70 T                   9 8 Chemical enrichment by tidally disrupted stars near a black hole in the
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1990AJ....100..146T 1 2 14 A techmique for detecting massive collapsed objects in the dark halo of the galaxy. TURNER E.L., WARDLE M.J. and SCHNEIDER D.P.
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1990ApJ...351...89O 81 T                   1 2 93 An infrared Quintuplet near the
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1990ApJ...353..480M 71 T                   6 32 Dust-grain scattering of X-rays observed during the lunar occultation of a transient X-ray source near the
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1990ApJ...356..160G 71 T                   1 11 82 Far-infrared, submillimeter, and millimeter spectroscopy of the
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1990ApJ...360..577S 2 5 57 The anomalous 3.43 and 3.53 micron emission features toward HD 97048 and Elias 1: C-C vibrational modes of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. SCHUTTE W.A., TIELENS A.G.G.M., ALLAMANDOLA L.J., et al.
1990MNRAS.243...72S 14 34 Localization of one of the galactic centre X-ray burst sources. SKINNER G.K., FOSTER A.J., WILLMORE A.P., et al.
1990MNRAS.244..427W 13 1 55 On the abundance of silicon carbide in the interstellar medium. WHITTET D.C.B., DULEY W.W. and MARTIN P.G.
1990MNRAS.244..706A 74 T                   1 11 181 The source of luminosity at the
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1990MNRAS.247..479C 78 T                   1 3 99 The distribution of stars within two degrees of the
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CATCHPOLE R.M., WHITELOCK P.A. and GLASS I.S.
1990ApL....28....1S 70 T                   1 3 ~ A cylindrical structure of the 200-pc molecular ring in the
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SOFUE Y.
1990Ap&SS.172..109K 70 T                   8 16 The galactic
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KUNDT W.
1990BAAS...22.1228R 1 0 Positron annihilation in the interstellar medium. RAMATY R., GUESSOUM N. and LINGENFELTER R.E.
1990BAAS...22.1229M 1 0 An observation of the galactic center region with a new high resolution gamma ray spectrometer. MATTESON J., PELLING M., BOWMAN B., et al.
1990BAAS...22.1303O 70 T                   1 4 0 The
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1990BAAS...22.1319E 70 T                   2 0 Infrared line and continuum emission from G 0.095+0.012 and the E2 thermal radio filament near the
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1990BAAS...22.1319M 70 T                   2 0 Molecular line observations of the 3 pc. Circumnuclear ring in the
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MARR J.M., WRIGHT M.C.H. and BACKER D.C.
1990BAAS...22.1319R 70 T                   1 0 2.3 micron CO imaging of the
galactic center.
ROSENTHAL E., SELLGREN K. and HALL D.N.B.
1990BAAS...22.1319S 70 T                   2 1 Far-IR observations of the
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1990C&T...106..125M 6 0 Le centre mysterieux de la Voie Lactee enfin observe dans le domaine optique. MANFROID J.
1990IAUC.5032....1M 71 T                   1 7 28
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MANDROU P.
1990Msngr..60....1B 2 0 Planning the VLT interferometer. BECKERS J.M.
1990PASJ...42...19S 70 T                   1 4 5 Explosive origin of molecular clouds in the
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SAITO M.
1990PASJ...42..371F 70 T                   1 5 2 Fission of a massive elongated gas rotating at the
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FUJIMOTO M., TATEMATSU Y. and MIYAMA S.M.
1990PASJ...42..505F 1 4 17 Asymetric distribution of gas in the Large Magellanic Cloud and dynamical condition for globular cluster formation. FUJIMOTO M. and NOGUCHI M.
1990PASJ...42..827S 70 T                   1 5 12 Radio continuum and CO line emissions in the
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SOFUE Y.
1990SciAm.262d..26T 2 0 What is happening at the Center of our Galaxy ? TOWNES C.H. and GENZEL R.
1990IAUS..140..373Y 70 T                   1 2 5 Magnetic filaments in the negative-latitude extension of the radio Arc near the
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1990IAUS..140..375A 70 T                   1 3 1 A wide field lambda 90 cm image around the
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ANANTHARAMAIAH K.R.
1991A&A...247L..29S 73 T                   1 16 130 Two hard X-ray sources in 100 square degrees around the
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1991A&A...248L...5M 2 1 8 The sun as the source of VHE neutrinos. MOSKALENKO I.V., KARAKULA S. and TKACZYK W.
1991A&A...250..431L 71 T                   1 38 18 SiO maser emission from OH/IR stars close to the
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1991A&A...252..172S 72 T                   1 9 41 The spectrum and position of the hard Galactic Centre source 1E 1740.7-2942. SKINNER G.K., PAN H.C., MAISACK M., et al.
1991AJ....101.1324D 71 T                   1 26 39 High resolution infrared imaging of the
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1991ApJ...371L..59Y 74 T                   1 5 60 A windswept cometary tail on the
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YUSEF-ZADEH F. and MORRIS M.
1991ApJ...375L..13G 76 T                   3 63 GRIS observations of positron annihilation radiation from the galactic center. GEHRELS N., BARTHELMY S.D., TEEGARDEN B.J., et al.
1991ApJ...375L..17W 73 T                   2 17 Trapped H2O in SiO condensate : an explanation for the 3 micron band observed toward the galactic center. WADA S., SAKATA A. and TOKUNAGA A.T.
1991ApJ...378..127O 73 T                   3 25 A finger-like extension of the 20 kilometer per second cloud toward the Galactie center. OKUMURA S.K., ISHIGURO M., FOMALONT E.B., et al.
1991ApJ...378..557S 76 T                   2 46 A gaseous tail ablated from the supergiant IRS 7 near the Galactic Center. SERABYN E., LACY J.H. and ACHTERMANN J.M.
1991ApJ...379L..29D 1 1 6 Excitation of the hydroxyl maser in OH/IR stars. DICKINSON D.F.
1991ApJ...379..631B 154 T                   1 1 335 Direct evidence for a bar at the
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1991ApJ...380L..71L 73 T                   1 10 117
Galactic Center gas dynamics: a one-armed spiral in a Keplerian disk.
LACY J.H., ACHTERMANN J.M. and SERABYN E.
1991ApJ...380..235A 10 6 Search for high-energy neutrinos from celestial sources in the kolar gold fields experiment. ADARKAR H., DUGAD S.R., HAYASHI Y., et al.
1991ApJ...380..419A 71 T                   1 13 48 Polarimetric imaging of the
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1991ApJ...380..429L 72 T                   9 50 Millimeter continuum observations of Galactic Center giant molecular cloud cores. LIS D.C., CARLSTROM J.E. and KEENE J.
1991ApJ...381L..43G 3 2 31 The galactic center radio source shines below the Compton limit. GWINN C.R., DANEN R.M., MIDDLEDITCH J., et al.
1991ApJ...381..426L 79 T                   1 1 33 Compton backscattered 511 keV annihilation line emission and the 170 keV line from the
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LINGENFELTER R.E. and HUA X.-M.
1991ApJ...381..439H 71 T                   1 5 11 A search for the 2.223 MeV neutron capture gamma-ray line from the directions of Cygnus and the
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HARRIS M.J. and SHARE G.H.
1991ApJ...382L..19K 73 T                   1 25 252 A cluster of He I emission-line stars in the
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1992PASP..104..146L 12 5 The NASA Airborne Astronomy Program : a perspective on its contributions to science, technology and education. LARSON H.P.
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1992C&E...269...48G 71 T                   3 0
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1992ComAp..16..205O 6 7 Gamma- ray emission from Cygnus X-1 : emission mechanism and implications for the standard model. OWENS A. and McCONNELL M.L.
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1992Msngr..70...51M 4 2 The Great Annihilator in the central region of the Galaxy. MIRABEL I.F.
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1992Natur.358..189P 8 8 The big accelerator in the sky. PHINNEY E.S.
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1992PAZh...18..217P 71 T                   13 ~ New X-ray sources GRS 1734-292, GRS 1736-297 and GRS 1747-312, discovered with the ART-P telescope onboard the "Granat" observatory in the Galactic Center field. PAVLINSKY M.N., GREBENEV S.A. and SUNYAEV R.A.
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1992QJRAS..33..111F 91 3 South African Astronomical Observatory. Research. FEAST M.W.
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1993A&AS...97..141S 1 1 7 Massive stars as galactic producers of 26Al. SIGNORE M. and DUPRAZ C.
1993A&AS...97..149S 71 T                   6 20 X- and gamma-rays from the Galactic Centre. SKINNER G.K.
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1993A&AS...97..159M 71 T                   7 3 High-resolution spectrum of the Galactic Center. MAHONEY W.A., LING J.C. and WHEATON W.A.
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1993ApJ...402..195W 4 5 84 CO (J = 1-0) emission from giant molecular clouds. WOLFIRE M.G., HOLLENBACH D. and TIELENS A.G.G.M.
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1993AGAb....9...55K 1 0 AGN emission-line regions formed by the burning core of a disk. KUNDT W.
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1993BAAS...25.1456H 6 ~ 2 mu.m spectral classification of OB stars. HANSON M.M. and CONTI P.S.
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1993NewSc1880...15C 1 0 A young star on the edge of galactic darkness. CROSWELL K.
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1994ApJ...421..178K 6 5 100 On the ellipticity of the galactic disk. KUIJKEN K. and TREMAINE S.
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1994ApJ...435..225F 10 4 Search for low-energy neutrinos from galactic gamma-ray sources. FUKUDA Y., HAYAKAWA T., INOUE K., et al.
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1994MNRAS.268..194M 71 T                   55 55 Spectroscopy and further imaging of IRAS sources near the Galactic Centre. MONETI A., GLASS I.S. and MOORWOOD A.F.M.
1994MNRAS.268..595J 12 1 36 Evidence for a deficit of pulsars in the inner galaxy. JOHNSTON S.
1994MNRAS.269L...1M 4 2 A possible explanation for the peculiar correlations in the angular distribution of gamma-ray bursts. MAOZ E.
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1994MNRAS.271..202E 4 3 38 Observable properties of the power-law galaxies. EVANS N.W. and DE ZEEUW P.T.
1994AZh....71...30D 71 T                   13 0 Nonthermal radio sources and interstellar gas in the Galactic Center region. DAGKESAMANSKII R.D., KOVALENKO A.V. and UDAL'TSOV V.A.
1994AZh....71..725N 71 T                   23 10 The distance of the sun from the Galactic Center and the rotation curve from kinematic HI and HII data. NIKIFOROV I.I. and PETROVSKAYA I.V.
1994AGAb...10..184S 71 T                   5 0 Investigation of open clusters in the Galactic Centre direction. SCHILBACH E. and KHARCHENKO N.
1994Ap&SS.217..155A 2 1 Mira light curves and mass loss. ALARD C.
1994BAAS...26..969B 2 ~ HST emission line images of the SN1987A environment. BURROWS C.J., HESTER J.J., KRIST J., et al.
1994BAAS...26.1348C 2 ~ The 16 - 45 microns observations of the Galactic Center. CHAN K.W., et al.
1994BAAS...26.1348F 71 T                   4 ~ Discovery of two Wolf-Rayet stars near the Galactic Center. FIGER D.F., McLEAN I.S. and MORRIS M.
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1994BAAS...26.1349L 71 T                   2 ~ A 22 GHz maser near the Galactic Center. LEVINE D.A., et al.
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1994BAAS...26.1419C 71 T                   4 ~ Stellar ionization of the thermal radio emission regions in the Galactic Center. COTERA A.S.
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1994ExA.....3....1P 10 2 Astronomical imaging with InSb arrays. PIPHER J.L.
1994ExA.....5..269B 7 3 Development of the hard X-ray imaging experiment TIMAX : laboratory images and first balloon flight. BRAGA J., D'AMICO F. and VILLELA T.
1994MmSAI..65..317M 71 T                   4 2 The hard X-ray binary (?) sources in the Galactic Center region. MEREGHETTI S., BELLONI T. and GOLDWURM A.
1994MmSAI..65..675B 1 0 Influence of galactic environment on the dynamical evolution of globular clusters : some observational clues. BELLAZZINI M.
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1994Msngr..77....8M 3 1 Test of the upgraded IRAC1 camera for 1-5 mu.m imaging. MOORWOOD A. and FINGER G.
1994Natur.368..695W 72 T                   1 3 Iron at the Galactic Centre. WICKRAMASINGHE N.C. and OKUDA H.
1994Natur.370..194I 42 8 1028 A dwarf satellite galaxy in Sagittarius. IBATA R.A., GILMORE G. and IRWIN M.J.
1994Natur.371..376J 1 0 New handle on a maser pump. JEWELL P.R.
1994Natur.371..561G 3 3 Black holes take centre stage ? GRINDLAY J.E.
1994Natur.371..589G 73 T                   12 78 Possible evidence against a massive black hole at the Galactic Centre. GOLDWURM A., CORDIER B., PAUL J., et al.
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1994NewSc1949...18C 71 T                   2 0 The bar at the centre of the Galaxy. CROSWELL K.
1994PhT....47d..17S 1 1 Evidence of time dilation suggests gamma bursters are very far away. SCHWARZSCHILD B.
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1995ApJ...441..603B 73 T                   25 78 A comparison of near-infrared spectra of the
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1995ApJ...442L...1D 11 26 Detection of an HI disk in Hydra A ? DWARAKANATH K.S., OWEN F.N. and VAN GORKOM J.H.
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1995ApJ...443..117S 72 T                   3 3 Search for Compton-backscattered annihilation radiation from the Galactic Center with the OSSE. SMITH D.M., LEVENTHAL M., GEHRELS N., et al.
1995ApJ...443..638N 73 T                   3 9 A star trail model of the Galactic Center snake. NICHOLLS J. and LE STRANGE E.T.
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1995ApJ...444..686S 3 8 Tests and consequences of disk plus halo models of gamma-ray burst sources. SMITH I.A.
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1995ApJ...445L..99S 6 5 97 Locations of starbursts in M 82. SHEN J. and LO K.Y.
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1995ApJ...447L..29F 73 T                   14 69 Two new Wolf-Rayet stars and a luminous blue variable star in the Quintuplet (AFGL 2004) near the Galactic Center. FIGER D.F., McLEAN I.S. and MORRIS M.
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1995MNRAS.274..519M 73 T                   4 14 A magnetic field upper limit for the circumnuclear ring in the Galactic Centre. MARSHALL J., LASENBY A.N. and YUSEF-ZADEH F.
1995MNRAS.274..589D 85 27 ROSAT EUV observations of DA white dwarfs and late-type stars and the structure of the local interstellar medium. DIAMOND C.J., JEWELL S.J. and PONMAN T.J.
1995MNRAS.276..301C 3 8 Near-infrared tomographs of the Galactic plane. CALBET X., MAHONEY T., GARZON F., et al.
1995MNRAS.277...36D 58 109 A deep radio continuum survey of the southern Galactic plane at 2.4 GHz. DUNCAN A.R., STEWART R.T., HAYNES R.F., et al.
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1995Ap&SS.230..195F 6 1 Some studies of galactic and extragalactic distance scales. FEAST M.
1995BAAS...27..883S 72 T                   1 ~ Single-dish observations of H13CO+and SiO in the circumnuclear molecular disk of the
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1995BAAS...27.1300D 72 T                   2 ~ 3mm-VLBI observations of the Galactic Center. DOELEMAN S., et al.
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1996ApJ...459L..69S 73 T                   3 10 High-velocity molecular gas in the
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1996ApJ...461..750C 73 T                   45 156 The discovery of hot stars near the Galactic center thermal radio filaments. COTERA A.S., ERICKSON E.F., COLGAN S.W.J., et al.
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1996MNRAS.283..606C 72 T                   26 28 A
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1996BAAS...28U.821H 72 T                   4 ~ Photometry of star clusters near the
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1996Natur.382..602S 27 1 82 Sustained star formation in the central stellar cluster of the Milky Way. SERABYN E. and MORRIS M.
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