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1850CDT..1784..227M 111 ~ Catalogue des nebuleuses et des amas d'etoiles. MESSIER C.
1910ApJ....32...26R 7 5 On some methods and results in direct photography with the 60-inch reflecting telescope of the Mount Wilson Solar Observatory. RITCHEY G.W.
1913ApJ....37..198F 11 1 The spectra of spiral nebulae and globular star clusters. Third paper. FATH E.A.
1917ApJ....46..206L 12 1 Photographic effective wavelengths of some spiral nebulae and globular clusters. LUNDMARK K. and LINDBLAD B.
1919ApJ....50..107S 106 8 Studies based on the colors and magnitudes in stellar clusters. XIV. Further remarks on the structure of the galactic system. SHAPLEY H. and SHAPLEY M.B.
1919ApJ....50..376L 43 0 Photographic effective wavelengths of nebulae and clusters. LUNDMARK K. and LINDBLAD B.
1921ApJ....54..347M 63 T                   1 1 ~ Investigation on proper motion. V. The internal motion in the spiral nebula
Messier 81.
1925ApJ....61..353S 63 23 Analysis of radial velocities of globular clusters and non-galactic nebulae. STROMBERG G.
1926ApJ....64..321H 407 942 Extragalactic nebulae. HUBBLE E.P.
1936ApJ....84..158H 1 9 87 The luminosity function of nebulae. I. The luminosity function of resolved nebulae as indicated by their brightest stars. HUBBLE E.
1954ApJ...119..215B 2 12 260 In the identification of radio sources. BAADE W. and MINKOWSKI R.
1957ApJ...126..471H 66 T                   1 3 6 Neutral hydrogen in M 32, M 51, and
M 81.
1957PASP...69..291M 43 176 A spectral classification of galaxies. MORGAN W.W. and MAYALL N.U.
1958PASP...70..143M 21 24 The problem of the identification of extragalactic radio sources. MINKOWSKI R.
1959PASP...71....5V 15 4 The evolution of galaxies. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1959PASP...71..101M 2 3 49 Analysis of composite radiation. III. The mass-luminosity ratio in stellar systems. MUNCH G.
1959PASP...71..534B 66 T                   1 5 8 The orientation and inclination of
M 81.
1964ApJ...140.1626Z 3 6 The luminosity function of galaxies. ZWICKY F.
1965Sci...148..363A 1 3 35 Faint ring around the spiral galaxy M 82. ARP H.
1967ApJ...150....1D 77 80 Radio observations of galaxies. DE JONG M.L.
1968ApJ...154...33P 80 T                   1 2 164 Physical conditions in the nuclei of M 51 and
M 81.
1969AJ.....74...50M 2 6 80 Cyanogen absorption in the nuclei of galaxies. McCLURE R.D.
1969AJ.....74..859R 99 306 Integral properties of spiral and irregular galaxies. ROBERTS M.S.
1969CRB...268.1397A 67 T                   1 1 2 Spectrophotometrie du noyau de la galaxie
NGC 3031, de 3400 a 8800 A.
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...45A 68 T                   1 1 10 Caracteristiques physiques du gaz emissif dans la noyau de
NGC 3031.
1970ApJ...160..831S 2 28 421 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.
1970QJRAS..11..199O 38 23 Abundances of the elements in gaseous nebulae. OSTERBROCK D.E.
1971ApJS...22..445S 83 T                   1 3 290 The stellar content of the nuclei of nearby galaxies. I. M 31, M 32, and
M 81.
1972A&A....18..121B 5 14 21-cm line study of the heavily obscured galaxy IC 10. BOTTINELLI L., GOUGUENHEIM L. and HEIDMANN J.
1972ApJS...24..421B 76 T                   1 1 55 A photoelectric study of
Messier 81.
1972MmRAS..75...85H 93 193 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.
1972VA.....14..163D 1 63 453 Structure and dynamics of barred spiral galaxies, in particular of the Magellanic type. DE VAUCOULEURS G. and FREEMAN K.C.
1972IAUS...44...12R 4 5 139 The gaseous content of galaxies. ROBERTS M.S.
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....26..483R 9 3 165 Comparison of rotation curves of different galaxy types. ROBERT M.S. and ROTS A.H.
1973A&A....28..447B 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.
1973A&A....29..447A 28 54 The giant spiral galaxy M 101: I. A high resolution map of the neutral hydrogen. ALLEN R.J., GOSS W.M. and VAN WOERDEN H.
1973PZ.....19....3S 6 16 Bright variable stars in the Andromeda M 31 and Triangulum M 33 Nebulae. SHAROV A.S.
1974A&A....31..245R 71 T                   1 1 25 A high resolution map of the distribution of neutral hydrogen in the spiral galaxy
M 81.
1974A&A....35..463B 22 33 The peculiar galaxy NGC 3077. BARBIERI C., BERTOLA F. and DI TULLIO G.
1974ApJ...192..311G 71 T                   1 1 27 Kinematic phenomena in the nuclear region of
M 81.
1974ApJ...193..335S 2 6 104 Composition gradients across spiral galaxies. SHIELDS G.A.
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..375O 8 47 Recent radio studies of bright galaxies. OORT J.H.
1975A&A....45...25R 73 T                   1 4 136 Distribution and kinematics of neutral hydrogen in the spiral galaxy
M 81. I. Observations.
1975A&A....45...43R 77 T                   1 3 169 Distribution and kinematics of neutral hydrogen in the spiral galaxy
M 81. II. Analysis.
1975A&A....45..259H 27 75 Rotation-curves of galaxies from 21 cm-line observations. HUCHTMEIER W.K.
1975AJ.....80..771S viz 165 118 5-GHz survey of bright galaxies. SRAMEK R.
1975ApJ...195...23G 71 T                   1 5 101 A high-resolution neutral-hydrogen study of the galaxy
M 81.
1975ApJ...199..591S 3 21 393 Spectrophotometric observations of ionized hydrogen regions in nearby spiral and irregular galaxies. SMITH H.E.
1975PASP...87..869K 1 1 6 The night sky brightness at McDonald Observatory. KALINOWSKI J.K., ROOSEN R.G. and BRANDT J.C.
1975IAUS...69..331R 25 38 The rotation curves of galaxies. ROBERTS M.S.
1976A&A....46..243D 70 T                   1 6 60 The radio sources in the nuclei of
NGC 3031 and NGC 4594.
1976A&AS...25..527V 6 13 Observations of velocity fields in three spiral galaxies using optical emission lines. VAN DER KRUIT P.C.
1976AJ.....81..574P 412 12 Radio two-color diagram for QSOs, spiral galaxies, and BL Lac objets. PACHT E.
1976ApJ...205...74A 1 5 49 On the number of planetary nebulae in our galaxy. ALLOIN D., CRUZ-GONZALEZ C. and PEIMBERT M.
1976ApJ...206..883V 169 439 A new classification system for galaxies. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1976ApJ...210L.121K 76 T                   1 1 44 Observations of a radio source in the nucleus of
M 81 with dimensions less than 1300 astronomical units.
1976ApJS...32...89G 72 T                   1 2 41 Kinematics of the gas in the nuclear disk of
M 81.
1976Ap&SS..41..357S 21 19 30 Dor as the active centre of the Large Magellanic Cloud. SCHMIDT-KALER T. and FEITZINGER J.V.
1976S&T....51..363H 43 0 Deep-sky wonders. HOUSTON W.S.
1977A&A....54..297P 43 52 High resolution observations of weak radio nuclei in galaxies and quasars. PREUSS E., PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K., WITZEL A., et al.
1977A&A....54..661T 9 47 2260 A new method of determining distance to galaxies. TULLY R.B. and FISHER J.R.
1977A&A....55..203S 70 T                   1 2 23 Aperture synthesis observations of
M 81 at 1415 and 610 MHz.
1977A&A....56..173M 5 2 56 Circular rotation from a simple two-component model of galaxies. MONNET G. and SIMIEN F.
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 53 163 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...211...47G 5 3 85 A high angular resolution study of the neutral hydrogen in the Irr II galaxy M 82. GOTTESMAN S.T. and WELIACHEW L.
1977ApJ...211..707S 4 4 84 M 82 sans explosion - A galaxy drifts through dust. SOLINGER A., MORRISON P. and MARKERT T.
1977MNRAS.178..577C 79 T                   1 2 115 21-cm observations of the interacting galaxies
M 81 and M 82.
1978AJ.....83.1585K 3 4 79 The global properties of the Galaxy. I. The HI distribution outside the solar circle. KNAPP G.R., TREMAINE S.D. and GUNN J.E.
1978ApJ...220L..37R 54 129 10 mocron observations of bright galaxies. RIEKE G.H. and LEBOFSKY M.J.
1978ApJ...223..129G 21 3 315 Stochastic star formation and spiral structure of galaxies. GEROLA H. and SEIDEN P.E.
1978ApJ...224..710D 1 25 186 The extragalactic distance scale. IV. Distances of nearest groups and field galaxies from secondary indicators. DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1978ApJ...225..784C 4 2 40 Aperture-synthesis observations of H I in the galaxy M 82. CRUTCHER R.M., ROGSTAD D.H. and CHU K.
1978ApJ...226..777W 1 12 79 Spectral scans of the nuclear bulge of the galaxy: comparison with other galaxies. WHITFORD A.E.
1978PASP...90..337P 122 60 Absorption in the spectra of Quasi-Stellar Objects and BL Lacertae objects. PERRY J.J., BURBIDGE E.M. and BURBIDGE G.R.
1978LicOB.810....1W 11 0 Spectral scans of the nuclear bulge of the galaxy : comparison with other galaxies. WHITFORD A.E.
1978IAUS...77...23S 12 11 Rotation curves in the outer parts of galaxies from H I observations. SALPETER E.E.
1978IAUS...77...28B 2 1 The kinematics of a sample of about twenty spiral galaxies. BOSMA A.
1978IAUS...77..269V 68 T                   1 5 12 Interacting galaxies: the kinematics of NGC 4038/39 and the HI bridge between
M 81 and NGC 3077.
1978IAUS...77..274D 6 4 Distributed HI in small groups of galaxies. DAVIES R.D.
1979A&A....75...97V 69 T                   1 15 99 The structure and kinematics of the neutral hydrogen bridge between
M 81 and NGC 3077.
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 44 422 Nitrogen and oxygen abundances in galaxies. ALLOIN D., COLLIN-SOUFFRIN S., JOLY M., et al.
1979ApJ...227..756L 32 118 A search for intergalactic neutral hydrogen in three nearby groups of galaxies. LO K.Y. and SARGENT W.L.W.
1979ApJ...231..680T 4 3 62 An H I sruvey of Nilson dwarf galaxies. II. Statistical properties. THUAN T.X. and SEITZER P.O.
1979ApJ...234...86S 1 8 45 Gas-rich dwarfs and accretion phenomena in early-type galaxies. SILK J. and NORMAN C.
1979MNRAS.186..479L 4 5 117 Stellar kinematics and interstellar turbulence. LARSON R.B.
1980A&A....87..152H 2 105 1081 An optical and radio survey of the nuclei of bright galaxies. Activity in normal galactic nuclei. HECKMAN T.M.
1980A&A....87..175R 71 T                   1 1 17 A two component mass model in
M 81 (NGC 3031)
1980A&A....88..149V 76 T                   1 3 124 The dynamics of the spiral galaxy
M 81. I. Axisymmetric models and the stellar density wave.
1980A&A....88..159V 90 T                   1 1 113 The dynamics of the spiral galaxy
M 81. II. Gas dynamics and neutral-hydrogen observations.
1980A&AS...41..189R 89 89 A neutral hydrogen mapping survey of large galaxies. I. Observations. ROTS A.H.
1980ApJ...237..290W 79 T                   1 2 115 The ultraviolet continua of the nuclei of M 31 and
M 81.
WU C.-C., FABER S.M., GALLAGHER J.S., et al.
1980ApJ...237..655A 3 10 182 A distance scale from the infrared magnitude/HI velocity-width relation. I. The calibration. AARONSON M., MOULD J. and HUCHRA J.
1980ApJ...239..463A 10 19 Analysis of quasars found in the CTIO Curtis Schmidt survey in the -40 zone. ARP H.
1980ApJS...43..393C 15 18 1395 Colors and magnitudes predicted for high redshift galaxies. COLEMAN G.D., WU C.C. and WEEDMAN D.W.
1980PASP...92..122V 3 4 74 The posteruptive galaxy NGC 5253. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1980ATsir1089....1E 68 T                   1 3 1 Galactic models with massive corona:
M 81.
1980Ap&SS..67...31E 1 2 16 Central holes in disks of spiral galaxies. EINASTO J., TENJES P., BARABANOV A.V., et al.
1980PASJ...32..389W 14 20 Bursts of star formation in the central region of the hot-spot nucleus galaxy NGC 4314. WAKAMATSU K.-I.
1980IUE80......711G 4 ~ New insight into the physical state of galaxies and quasars. GREEN R.F.
1981A&A....94...29K 1 16 110 A survey of the distributions of 2.8 cm radio continuum in nearby galaxies. KLEIN U. and EMERSON D.T.
1981AJ.....86.1825B 3 32 614 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...243L..65B 2 7 UV observation of the nucleus of NGC 3077. BENACCHIO L. and GALLETTA G.
1981ApJ...244...12S 2 13 155 Emission-line-continuum correlations in active galactic nuclei. SHUDER J.M.
1981ApJ...245..845P 90 T                   1 1 114 Physical conditions in the nucleus of
M 81.
1981ApJ...247....9K 23 27 H II regions as extragalactic distance indicators. IV. The Virgo cluster. KENNICUTT R.C.Jr
1981ApJ...247..488B 73 T                   1 1 28 Density-wave induced star formation : a model for
M 81.
1981ApJ...250...31A 40 68 Quasars near companion galaxies. ARP H.
1981ApJ...250...43W 61 70 Velocity dispersions in the bulges of spiral and S0 galaxies. II. Further observations and a simple three-component model for spiral galaxies. WHITMORE B.C. and KIRSHNER R.P.
1981ApJ...250...55S 1 52 300 Empirical results from a study of active galactic nuclei. SHUDER J.M. and OSTERBROCK D.E.
1981ApJS...47..229E 56 95 A near-infrared atlas of spiral galaxies. ELMEGREEN D.M.
1981MNRAS.195..327A 3 8 130 The neutral hydrogen content of the M 81/M 82 group of galaxies -I. The observations. APPLETON P.N., DAVIES R.D. and STEPHENSON R.J.
1981PASP...93....5B 17 47 4209 Classification parameters for the emission-line spectra of extragalactic objects. BALDWIN J.A., PHILLIPS M. and TERLEVICH R.
1982A&A...106..214P 69 T                   1 3 12 Spectroscopic observations of spheoridal system: the bulges of
M 81, NGC 4736, and the dwarf elliptical M 32.
1982A&A...107..148L 17 84 On the transport and propagation of relativistic electrons in galaxies. The effect of adiabatic deceleration in a galactic wind for the steady state case. LERCHE I. and SCHLICKEISER R.
1982A&A...116..237K 48 16 Neutral hydrogen in two extremely isolated galaxies. KRUMM N. and SHANE W.W.
1982AJ.....87.1341H 226 21 Optical surveys of H II regions in galaxies. HODGE P.W.
1982ApJ...252..102C viz 2 37 531 Strong radio sources in bright spiral galaxies. II. Rapid star formation and galaxy-galaxy interactions. CONDON J.J., CONDON M.A., GISLER G., et al.
1982ApJ...256...54A 35 35 Characteristics of companion galaxies. ARP H.
1982ApJ...256..460K 8 9 379 Rotation of the bulge components of disk galaxies. KORMENDY J. and ILLINGWORTH G.
1982ApJ...256..481I 3 4 78 Velocity and velocity dispersion profiles in NGC 3115. ILLINGWORTH G. and SCHECHTER P.L.
1982ApJ...257L..51E 70 T                   1 7 60 The nuclear X-ray source in
M 81.
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...262..556B 70 T                   1 10 59 The nucleus of
M 81: simultaneous 2.3 and 8.3 GHz Mark III VLBI observations.
1982ApJS...50..241A viz 300 257 A catalog of infrared magnitudes and HI velocity widths for nearby galaxies. AARONSON M., HUCHRA J., MOULD J.R., et al.
1982MNRAS.199..281C 1 3 21 Observations of the Magellanic Stream between declinations -20 and 0 degres. COHEN R.J.
1982MNRAS.201.1021E 323 200 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.
1982AN....303..189B 69 T                   1 12 20 New dwarf galaxies in
M 81/ M 82 group.
1982AN....303..287B 69 T                   1 48 24 Dwarf galaxies in the
M 81/82 group. New photometric data.
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......497H 13 ~ Exotic stellar objects : research directions for the proposed satellite Magellan. HACK 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 28 227 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...121...26A 81 6 Pairs of spiral galaxies with magnitude differences greater than one. ARP H., GIRAUD E., SULENTIC J.W., et al.
1983A&A...127...15C 64 57 Composite models for the narrow emission line region of active galactic nuclei. I. The infalling filament. CONTINI M. and ALDROVANDI S.M.V.
1983AJ.....88...55G 5 10 Optical studies of HI-rich southern galaxies. II. The low- visibility spiral NGC 1079. GALLAGHER J.S. and BUSHOUSE H.
1983AJ.....88..296H 128 186 An Atlas of H II regions in 125 galaxies. HODGE P.W. and KENNICUTT R.C.Jr
1983ApJ...264..105F 5 19 500 Are there any shock-heated galaxies ? FERLAND G.J. and NETZER H.
1983ApJ...265..632K 48 80 Relation for the bulge components of disk galaxies. KORMENDY J. and ILLINGWORTH G.
1983ApJ...265..722S 5 4 103 A bisymmetric spiral magnetic field and the spiral arms in our galaxy. SOFUE Y. and FUJIMOTO M.
1983ApJ...267..563H 34 75 The radial distribution of H II regions in spiral galaxies. HODGE P.W. and KENNICUTT R.C.
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...268..632K 35 64 The distribution of ionized gas in the nuclei of spiral galaxies. KEEL W.C.
1983ApJ...269L..37H 4 15 322 Low ionization active galactic nuclei: X-ray or shock heated ? HALPERN J.P. and STEINER J.E.
1983ApJ...271..479A 21 38 Further observations and analysis of quasars near companion galaxies. ARP H.
1983ApJS...52...23B 749 4 A catalog of hierarchical subclustering in the Turner-Gott groups. BHAVSAR S.P. and PIGGOTT R.G.
1983ApJS...52...89H viz 2405 825 A survey of galaxy redshifts. IV. The data. HUCHRA J., DAVIS M., LATHAM D., et al.
1983ApJS...52..425S 59 28 New central velocity dispersions for the bulges of 53 spiral and S0 Galaxies. SCHECHTER P.L.
1983MNRAS.204..675Z 24 10 On the apparent association of quasars and Arp's companion galaxies. ZUIDERWIJK E.J. and DE RUITER H.R.
1983MNRAS.204..783P 21 41 VLBI observations of NGC 4151, MK 231 and other galaxies with broad emission line nuclei. PREUSS E. and FOSBURY R.A.E.
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.
1983MmSAI..54..883R 2 1 Past star formation in irregular and spiral galaxies. ROCCA-VOLMERANGE B.
1983MitAG..58..121B 5 0 Woher Stammen die interstellaren Magnetfelder ? BECK R.
1983MitAG..60..208B 5 0 Magnetfelder in Spiralgalaxien. BECK R.
1983IAUS..103..443F 18 19 Planetary nebulae in local goup galaxies. FORD H.C.
1984A&A...131..367S 111 11 Objektiv bestimmte Anstellwinkel von Spiralgalaxien im Lichte konkurrierender Theorien zur Spiralstruktur. SCHLOSSER W. and MUSCULUS D.
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...135..341S 3 5 87 Confrontation of a sample of Seyfert 2 galaxies with photoionized models. STASINSKA G.
1984A&A...137..298M 24 7 Past star formation rates in spiral galaxies. MOCHKOVITCH R. and ROCCA-VOLMERANGE B.
1984A&A...137..335W 2 11 113 Radio observations of HI and OH in the center of the galaxy M 82. WELIACHEW L., FOMALONT E.B. and GREISEN E.W.
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&AS...56..381B 797 165 HI line studies of galaxies. III. Distance moduli of 822 disk galaxies. BOTTINELLI L., GOUGUENHEIM L., PATUREL G., et al.
1984AJ.....89..621S 69 T                   1 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.
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..966D 104 244 Companions of Seyfert galaxies: a statistical survey. DAHARI O.
1984AJ.....89.1520R 40 108 Far-infrared observations of galactic nuclei. RICKARD L.J. and HARVEY P.M.
1984AJ.....89.1702S 75 T                   1 1 31 Metallicity estimates for HII regions in
M 81.
1984ApJ...277..542H 182 25 Images in the rocket ultraviolet : photometry of M 101. HILL J.K., BOHLIN R.C. and STECHER T.P.
1984ApJ...278..630R 4 12 268 Evolution of pulsar-driven supernova remnants. REYNOLDS S.P. and CHEVALIER R.A.
1984ApJ...281..566M 7 5 Search for 511 keV electron-positron annihilation radiation from mildly active galaxies using the HEAO 3 gamma-ray spectrometer. MARSCHER A.P., BRECHER K., WHEATON W.A., et al.
1984ApJ...282...75K 34 79 Optical properties of spiral galaxies with strong nuclear radio sources: active nuclei, starbursts, and composite objects. KEEL W.C.
1984ApJ...282...85W 6 5 169 The families of elliptical-like galaxies. WIRTH A. and GALLAGHER III J.S.
1984ApJ...282..382P 17 23 Direct determination of extragalactic distances from the 21 centimeter line width and the method of "sosies". PATUREL G.
1984ApJ...284...65F 14 49 X-ray observations of spiral galaxies. I. Integrated properties. FABBIANO G., TRINCHIERI G. and MacDONALD A.
1984ApJ...285...43L 13 ~ Face-on galaxies. LEWIS B.M.
1984ApJ...285..453L 16 66 Face-on galaxies. LEWIS B.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..159H 11 18 Photometry of resolved galaxies. IV. Holmberg I and Holmberg II. HOESSEL J.G. and DANIELSON G.E.
1984ApJ...286..442S 1 3 22 Redshift differentials in a complete sample of galaxy groups. SULENTIC J.W.
1984ApJ...287....1D 605 74 The dependence on distance and redshift of the velocity vectors of the sun, the galaxy, and the Local Group with respect to different extragalactic frames of reference. DE VAUCOULEURS G. and PETERS W.L.
1984ApJ...287...66W 10 31 Stellar and gas kinematics in disk galaxies. WHITMORE B., RUBIN V.C. and FORD W.K.
1984ApJ...287..116K 2 30 431 Structural properties of giant H II regions in nearby galaxies. KENNICUTT R.C.
1984ApJS...54..127E 1 32 222 Blue and near-infrared surface photometry of spiral structure in 34 nonbarred grand design and flocculent galaxies. ELMEGREEN D.M. and ELMEGREEN B.G.
1984ARA&A..22..291R 11 30 Astronomical Fourier transform spectroscopy revisited. RIDGWAY S.T. and BRAULT J.W.
1984ARA&A..22..445H 1 50 267 The influence of environment on the HI content of galaxies. HAYNES M.P., GIOVANELLI R. and CHINCARINI G.L.
1984Afz....21..641K 10 3 Spectral observations of low surface brightness galaxies in the M 81 group region. KARACHENTSEV I.D. and KARACHENTSEVA V.E.
1984AZh....61..846K 111 7 Rotation curves of normal galaxies. The catalogue. KYAZUMOV G.A.
1984AN....305...53B 16 15 An unusual group of low surface brightness galaxies in the region 1046+65. BORNGEN F., KARACHENTSEVA V.E. and KARACHENTSEV I.D.
1984AN....305...59K 3 1 16 Luminosity profiles of 6 dwarf galaxies in the M81/82 group. KARACHENTSEVA V.E., SCHMIDT R. and RICHTER G.M.
1984ApL....24..117W 46 0 Star-forming galaxies in the infrared. WEEDMAN D.W.
1984BAAS...16..976G 69 T                   1 2 0 The chemical composition gradient in
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1984BAAS...16Q.976B 69 T                   1 1 0 A VLA study of
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1984JRASC..78...57V 8 12 Magnetisme des galaxies spirales. VALLEE J.P.
1984MitAG..62..101B 17 0 First results from the X-ray satellite EXOSAT. BIERMANN P.
1984Natur.307..326S 26 78 The Hubble constant as derived from 21 cm linewidths. SANDAGE A. and TAMMANN G.A.
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.
1984QJRAS..25..137V 3 12 The age and size of the universe. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1984Rech...15..352C 10 0 Les galaxies spirales. COMBES F.
1984SciAm.250d..30S 8 0 Molecular clouds, star formation and galactic stucture. SCOVILLE N. and YOUNG J.S.
1985A&A...142..491V 3 2 31 Application of a new gasdynamics code to gas flow problems in disk galaxies. VAN ALBADA G.D.
1985A&A...143..334B 28 62 Photoionization models for liners: gas distribution abundances. BINETTE L.
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...147....1D 111 95 Orientation effects and the reddening of the lines and continua of Seyfert galaxies. DE ZOTTI G. and GASKELL C.M.
1985A&A...148..335R 4 3 71 Magnetic field distribution in spiral galaxies. RUZMAIKIN A.A., SOKOLOFF D.D. and SHUKUROV A.M.
1985A&A...149..383S 6 6 The evolution of galaxies in small groups. SCHMUTZLER T. and BIERMANN P.
1985A&A...152..237B 77 T                   1 1 44
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1985A&AS...60..213K 34 61 Atlas of dwarf galaxies in the region of M 81 group. KARACHENTSEVA V.E., KARACHENTSEV I.D. and BORNGEN F.
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..708K 147 435 The effects of interactions on spiral galaxies. I. Nuclear activity and star formation. KEEL W.C., KENNICUTT R.C.Jr, HUMMEL E., et al.
1985AJ.....90.1012A 12 15 HI clouds in the Sculptor and local groups. ARP H.
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.....90.1599P 1228 160 A VLBI survey at 2.29 GHz. PRESTON R.A., MORABITO D.D., WILLIAMS J.G., et al.
1985AJ.....90.1772D 121 88 Companions of Seyfert galaxies. II. DAHARI O.
1985AJ.....90.1992S 95 14 Candidate galaxies for study of the local velocity field and distance scale using space telescope. I. The most easily resolved. SANDAGE A. and BEDKE J.
1985ApJ...288..182V 51 39 Distances to Magellanic Clouds from observations of Cepheids at 1.05 microns. VISVANATHAN N.
1985ApJ...290..116R 5 9 259 10 12 L starbursts and shocked molecular hydrogen in the colliding galaxies Arp 220 (=IC 4553) and NGC 6240. RIEKE G.H., CUTRI R.M., BLACK J.H., et al.
1985ApJ...291...88A 275 49 Analysis of groups of galaxies with accurate redshifts. ARP H. and SULENTIC J.W.
1985ApJ...292L...9K 1 17 129 Brightness profiles of the cores of bulges and elliptical galaxies. KORMENDY J.
1985ApJ...295L...5D 3 5 88 A law of star formation in disk galaxies : evidence for sel-regulating feedback. DOPITA M.A.
1985ApJ...295...73K 3 35 542 Families of ellipsoidal stellar systems and the formation of dwarf elliptical galaxies. KORMENDY J.
1985ApJ...296...90C 131 99 A statistical study of the relationship between galaxy interactions and nuclear activity. CUTRI R.M. and McALARY C.W.
1985ApJ...296..430F 48 98 A statistical analysis of the Einstein normal galaxy sample. I. Spiral and irregular galaxies. FABBIANO G. and TRINCHIERI G.
1985ApJ...297..371H 51 167 The spectral evolution of galaxies. I. An observational approach. HAMILTON D.
1985ApJ...299...74F 2 11 113 The upper end of the stellar luminosity function for a sample of nearby resolved late-type galaxies. FREEDMAN W.L.
1985ApJ...299..443W 46 71 Infrared observations of liner galactic nuclei. WILLNER S.P., ELVIS M., FABBIANO G., et al.
1985ApJS...57..261V viz 281 49 Catalog of CO observations of galaxies. VERTER F.
1985ApJS...57..503F 76 350 A search for "dwarf" Seyfert 1 nuclei. I. The initial data and results. FILIPPENKO A.V. and SARGENT W.L.W.
1985ApJS...59....1W viz 651 146 A catalog of stellar velocity dispersions. I. Compilation and standard galaxies. WHITMORE B.C., McELROY D.B. and TONRY J.L.
1985ApJS...59..293B 165 23 The extragalactic distance scale derived from "sosie" galaxies. I. Distances of 167 galaxies which are sosies of 14 nearby galaxies. BOTTINELLI L., GOUGUENHEIM L., PATUREL G., et al.
1985MNRAS.212..163M 16 22 Predictions of distance within the Local Group. MISHRA R.
1985MNRAS.213..841T 1 70 364 Warmers : the missing link between Starburst and Seyfert galaxies. TERLEVICH R. and MELNICK J.
1985PASP...97..688H 10 5 A quantitative measure of orderly star formation in spiral galaxies. HODGE P.
1985ARA&A..23..147A 51 93 Shells and rings around galaxies. ATHANASSOULA E. and BOSMA A.
1985Afz....22..211A 197 1 Investigation of the galaxies from the Byurakan classification at a frequency of 102 MHz. ARTYUKH V.S. and OGANNISSIAN M.A.
1985AN....306..301B 28 9 Search for dwarf galaxies in the IC 342 complex of galaxies. BORNGEN F. and KARACHENTSEVA V.E.
1985Ap&SS.113..317I 5 5 Distance estimate of M 31 based on the size distribution of HII regions and dark clouds. ISSA I.A.
1985BICDS..28...41W 23 0 Radio surveys of the sky. WIELEBINSKI R.
1985BAAS...17..608B 71 T                   1 1 14 Rapid X-ray variability in
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1985BAAS...17..752R 1 0 Computer generated animation movies as educational tools in radio astronomy. ROTS A.H.
1985BAAS...17..861P 2 1 Optical and infrared surface photometry of NGC 3077. PRICE J.S. and GULLIXSON C.A.
1985IAUC.4044....0B 69 T                   1 1 ~
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1985IAUC.4050....0F 69 T                   1 2 ~
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1985MmSAI..56..645P 9 0 Significance of ST For studies of planetary nebulae. PERINOTTO M.
1985Natur.315..124L 3 5 99 On the size of the galactic centre compact radio source: diameter < 20 AU. LO K.Y., BACKER D.C., EKER R.D., et al.
1985S&W....24..588W 9 0 Ergebnisse der Radiointerferometrie. WITZEL A.
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 399 128 The Malmquist bias and the value of H zero from the Tully-Fisher relation. BOTTINELLI L., GOUGUENHEIM L., PATUREL G., et al.
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...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 80 HI-observations of galaxies in the Kraan-Korteweg - Tammann catalogue of nearby galaxies. I. The data. HUCHTMEIER W.K. and RICHTER O.G.
1986A&AS...66..117I 69 T                   1 10 19 ANS UV observations of external galaxies. II. UV photometry of M 31, M33,
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1986AJ.....91..541V 8 18 A possible relationship between ring magnetism and HI gas in spiral galaxies. VALLEE J.P.
1986AJ.....91..808H 69 T                   1 15 41 The luminosities of M supergiants and the distances to M 101, NGC 2403, and
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1986AJ.....92...94C 62 61 Radio identifications of IRAS point sources with b>30. CONDON J.J. and BRODERICK J.J.
1986ApJ...301....7G 33 26 The distance moduli from the B-band Tully-Fisher relation and the velocity field. GIRAUD E.
1986ApJ...301..727D 1 25 158 An analysis of the narrow line profiles in Seyfert 2 galaxies. DE ROBERTIS M.M. and OSTERBROCK D.E.
1986ApJ...302..564S 1 97 491 Systematics of bulge-to-disk ratios. SIMIEN F. and DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1986ApJ...303....1A 32 61 The distance scale: present status and future prospects. AARONSON M. and MOULD J.
1986ApJ...306L..61W 1 24 129 Observational determination of the masses of active galactic nuclei. WANDEL A. and MUSHOTZKY R.F.
1986ApJ...307....1S 1 30 233 The redshift-distance relation. IX. Perturbation of the very nearby velocity field by the mass of the Local Group. SANDAGE A.
1986ApJ...308..592C 70 126 Circumnuclear water vapor masers in active galaxies. CLAUSSEN M.J. and LO K.Y.
1986ApJ...308..611B 107 T K                 1 1 14 Deconvolution of elliptical nuclei of galaxies: application to
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1986ApJ...309..512G 59 26 The dependence of the Tully-Fisher relation on morphological type. GIRAUD E.
1986ApJ...310..621B 105 T K                 1 6 33 The global spiral structure of
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1986ApJ...311L..33H 21 4 350 The IRAS colors of normal galaxies. HELOU G.
1986ApJ...311..610Y 2 14 154 On the origin of some QSO absorption lines. YORK D.G., DOPITA M., GREEN R., et al.
1986ApJ...311..637C 60 65 The dwarf star content of elliptical and lenticular galaxies. CARTER D., VISVANATHAN N. and PICKLES A.J.
1986MNRAS.221..453L 27 92 The Centaurus cluster of galaxies - II. The bimodal velocity structure. LUCEY J.R., CURRIE M.J. and DICKENS R.J.
1986MNRAS.222..619G 31 2 A relationship between the X-ray luminosity and redshift of extragalactic objects. GIOVANNELLI F. and POLCARO V.F.
1986PASP...98.1041G 69 T                   1 3 2 XIX. The abundance gradient across
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1986ARA&A..24..459S 2 22 249 Global structure of magnetic fields in spiral galaxies. SOFUE Y., FUJIMOTO M. and WIELEBINSKI R.
1986ATsir1443....3Z 8 0 A velocity of rotation and HI line-width of early-type galaxies. ZASOV A.V. and FRIDMAN T.A.
1986AN....307..157V 128 17 Empirical properties of nearby groups of galaxies. VENNIK J.
1986Ap&SS.119..191S 8 2 Large-scale configuration of the magnetic field in spiral galaxies. SOFUE Y., KLEIN U., BECK R., et al.
1986BICDS..31..137O 38 0 Some aspects of the bibliography of astronomical objects. OCHSENBEIN F. and DUBOIS P.
1986BAAS...18..450L 7 2 Search for dwarf galaxies in nearby groups. LO K.Y., SARGENT W.L.W., KOWAL C.T., et al.
1986BAAS...18..708A 69 T                   1 2 1 A massive neutral hydrogen plume to the southwest of
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1986BAAS...18.1015D 2 0 A new, independent measure of the Hubble constant. DRESSLER A.
1986BAAS...18.1022R 6 0 Atlas of large optical galaxies observed by IRAS. RICE W.L., PERSSON C.J., SOIFER B.T., et al.
1986Natur.320..421B 1 28 164 Limits of X-ray variability in active galactic nuclei. BARR P. and MUSHOTZKY R.F.
1986PAZh...12..434E 69 T                   1 1 3 The resolution of star-like objects in the Arp ring around
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1986PASJ...38..133S 3 4 58 Bisymmetric spiral configuration of magnetic fields in spiral galaxies. I. Local theory. SAWA T. and FUJIMOTO M.
1986PTarO..51..110K 1 0 Effect of the inclination of a galaxy at surface photometry. KASAK E.
1986PTarO..51..128K 2 0 Wide spirals and the accretion theory of the spiral structure of galaxies. KASAK E.
1986PTarO..51..181T 3 0 Spiral arms of galaxies - Their photometric and color profiles and the mass problem. TRAAT P.
1987A&A...172..375B 96 19 Central velocity gradients and the classification of spiral galaxies. BAIESI-PILLASTRINI G.C.
1987A&A...179..249F 15 28 The fractal dimension of star-forming sites in galaxies. FEITZINGER J.V. and GALINSKI T.
1987A&A...180...12D 155 129 Ultraviolet observations and star-formation rate in galaxies. DONAS J., DEHARVENG J.M., LAGET M., et al.
1987A&A...186...25M 2 4 Gas kinematics in the nucleus of NGC 6946. MUNOZ-TUNON C. and VILCHEZ J.M.
1987A&A...188....5H 5 18 The stellar content and morphology of the dwarf irregular galaxy Holmberg IX. HOPP U. and SCHULTE-LADBECK R.E.
1987A&AS...70...95D viz 814 193 Warm IRAS sources. I. A catalogue of AGN candidates from the point source catalog. DE GRIJP M.H.K., MILEY G.K. and LUB J.
1987A&AS...70..517H 197 108 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..816K 6 15 386 Dark matter in spiral galaxies. II. Galaxies with H I rotation curves. KENT S.M.
1987AJ.....93.1011K 1 81 454 The effects of interactions on spiral galaxies. II. Disk star-formation rates. KENNICUTT R.C.Jr, KEEL W.C., VAN DER HULST J.M., et al.
1987AJ.....94.1156H 70 T                   1 129 26 The visually brightest early-type supergiants in the spiral galaxies NGC 2403,
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1987ApJ...314....3E 607 244 Arm classifications for spiral galaxies. ELMEGREEN D.M. and ELMEGREEN B.G.
1987ApJ...315..451C 8 1 32 Galactic chemical evolution : Z versus 1n (1/mu) relationship. CLAYTON D.D.
1987ApJ...315..555H 11 3 135 Supernovae versus models of the interstellar medium and the gaseous halo. HEILES C.
1987ApJ...317...82G 106 T K                 1 30 240 The composition gradient across
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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...317..588B 15 38 The local extragalactic velocity field, the local mean mass density, and biased galaxy formation. BROWN M.E. and PEEBLES P.J.E.
1987ApJ...318L..69H 2 4 34 The use of the brightest blue supergiants as distance indicators - Further complications; or the brightest "stars" are not always stars. HUMPHREYS R.M. and AARONSON M.
1987ApJ...318..585W 3 4 Isophotal diameters of galaxies at high redshifts. WEEDMAN D.W. and WILLIAMS K.L.
1987ApJ...319...61K 124 T K                 1 1 82 Giant HII regions in
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1987ApJ...319..643L 2 31 256 Pair production and Compton scattering in compact sources and comparison to observations of active galactic nuclei. LIGHTMAN A.P. and ZDZIARSKI A.A.
1987ApJ...320..238S 329 640 The IRAS bright galaxy sample. II. The sample and luminosity function. SOIFER B.T., SANDERS D.B., MADORE B.F., et al.
1987ApJ...323...44V 771 130 The supernova rate in Shapley-Ames galaxies. VAN DEN BERGH S., McCLURE R.D. and EVANS R.
1987ApJS...63..295V 8 63 2069 Spectral classification of emission-line galaxies. VEILLEUX S. and OSTERBROCK D.E.
1987ApJS...65..485C viz 315 274 A 1.49 GHz atlas of spiral galaxies with BT <+12 and delta >-45. CONDON J.J.
1987ApJS...65..543C 161 31 A 1.49 GHz supplementary atlas of spiral galaxies with H-magnitudes. CONDON J.J., YIN Q.F. and BURSTEIN D.
1987MNRAS.224..299S 2 6 53 Evidence for a spiral magnetic field configuration in the galaxy M 51. SCARROTT S.M., WARD-THOMPSON D. and WARREN-SMITH R.F.
1987PASP...99....5H 21 26 Massive stars in galaxies. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1987PASP...99..921R 9 3 The remarkable extragalactic research of Erik Holmberg: A glimpse from Santa Cruz. ROOD H.J.
1987ARA&A..25..345F 1 58 297 Cepheids as distance indicators. FEAST M.W. and WALKER A.R.
1987ARA&A..25..521B 1 21 122 The IRAS view of the Galaxy and the solar system. BEICHMAN C.A.
1987Afz....27..535A 45 18 A generalized statistical criterion to reveal the optical and physical multiple systems - Random and non-random groups of objects. ANOSOVA J.P.
1987ATsir1519....1Z 8 1 On the azimuthal average distribution of HI in galaxies. ZASOV A.V. and FRIDMAN A.M.
1987AZh....64...79T 102 4 Frequency of outbursts and spatial distribution of type I and II supernovae. TSVETKOV D.Y.
1987AZh....64..255S 71 T                   1 1 6 Analysis of peculiar velocities of neutral hydrogen HI in the spiral galaxy
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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.
1987AN....308..247K 13 17 On the structure of the low surface brightness dwarf galaxies in the M 81 group. KARACHENTSEVA V.E., KARACHENTSEV I.D., RICHTER G.M., et al.
1987Ast....15l...7C 8 0 How do spiral galaxies spiral ? COMINS N. and MARSCHALL L.
1987BAAS...19Z.683H 3 ~ The brightest "stars" are not always stars. HUMPHREYS R.M. and AARONSON M.
1987BAAS...19..712J 70 T                   1 1 3 The distance to
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1987BAAS...19.1032F 3 0 Three nearby galaxies in X-rays. FABBIANO G.
1987BAAS...19.1103S 1 0 Thermal limit cycles and infrared light variations of accretion disks in AGN. SHIELDS G.A. and CLARKE C.
1987PhR...148..309A 76 28 Extragalactic magnetic fields. ASSEO E. and SOL H.
1987PAZh...13..174Z 10 2 A relation between diameter and rotational velocity for disk galaxies. ZASOV A.V. and OSIPOVA T.A.
1987PASJ...39..375F 1 7 37 Bisymmetric spiral configuration of magnetic fields in spiral galaxies. II. A quasi-global theory. FUJIMOTO M. and SAWA T.
1987PASJ...39..547S 40 45 Vertical dust lanes and magnetic field in spiral galaxies. SOFUE Y.
1987S&T....73..135K 70 T                   1 1 3 Tracing
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1987SAAOC..11..125W 12 3 Notes on Cepheid variables in galaxies more distant than the Magellanic Clouds. WALKER A.R.
1987S&W....26..483F 3 0 Spiralstruktur in Sternsystemen. Teil 1 : Das stochastische Modell. FEITZINGER J.V. and PERSCHKE M.
1987IAUS..121..341M 11 2 The primeval hadron : origin of rotation and magnetic fields in the universe. MURADIAN R.M.
1987IAUS..121..395H 13 1 1411+442 : optical imaging of a BAL QSO. HUTCHINGS J.B.
1987IAUS..121..451F 7 4 A search for low-level Seyfert activity in the 500 brightest northern galaxies. FILIPPENKO A.V. and SARGENT W.L.W.
1987IAUS..121..499T 20 53 Starburst models for AGNs. TERLEVICH R., MELNICK J. and MOLES M.
1987IAUS..121..521B 70 T                   1 2 7 VLBI observations of the
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1987IAUS..124..151T 25 54 The cosmic distance scale. TAMMANN G.A.
1987IAUS..124..503B 6 0 Redshift asymmetries and the missing mass. BYRD G.G. and VALTONEN M.J.
1988A&A...189...42F 17 13 How frequent are tidal interactions between galaxies ? FRIED J.W.
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...195L...9C 9 3 Water vapor stimulated synchrotron maser in the nuclei of galaxies. CRUSIUS A. and SCHLICKEISER R.
1988A&A...195...27F 115 38 A model of spiral-galaxy evolution. I. Galaxy morphology and star formation rate. FERRINI F. and GALLI D.
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...196L..17B 7 1 29 The molecular content of Messier 81. BROUILLET N., BAUDRY A. and COMBES F.
1988A&A...198...61W 7 6 188 An optical study of stars and dust in the Andromeda galaxy. WALTERBOS R.A.M. and KENNICUTT R.C.Jr
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...202...70A 88 11 What is the mean redshift of the Virgo cluster ? ARP H.
1988A&A...203..237H 146 101 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...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&A...206..227D 96 29 The link between IRAS spectra and near-infrared emission features in external galaxies. DESERT F.X. and DENNEFELD M.
1988A&AS...74..475P 493 36 Optical HII regions in M 81. PETIT H., SIVAN J.P. and KARACHENTSEV I.D.
1988A&AS...75..191H 45 144 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.....96...30C 179 153 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..504H 1 3 20 Far-infrared emission in single and binary galaxies. HAYNES M.P. and HERTER T.
1988AJ.....96.1248F 41 83 Stellar content of nearby galaxies. I. BVRI CCD photometry for IC 1613. FREEDMAN W.L.
1988ApJ...324..134F 39   K                 7 130 A detailed study of the emission lines in the Seyfert 1 nucleus of M 81. FILIPPENKO A.V. and SARGENT W.L.W.
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..153E 2 1 Smothered pulsars and the central radio sources in M 81, M 82, and the Galaxy. ENGELKE C.W.
1988ApJ...325..544F 36   K                 17 103 The X-ray emission of M 81 and its nucleus. FABBIANO G.
1988ApJ...325..687W 36   K                 7 53 2 micron spectroscopy of nearby galaxies and evidence for a late-phase starburst in NGC 4736. WALKER C.E., LEBOFSKY M.J. and RIEKE G.H.
1988ApJ...326..616E 2 5 48 Magnetic cloud collision fronts. ELMEGREEN B.G.
1988ApJ...328....4B 257 43 The Malmquist bias in the extragalactic distance scale: controversies and misconceptions. BOTTINELLI L., GOUGUENHEIM L., PATUREL G., et al.
1988ApJ...330...91W 6 9 Soft X-ray variability and the covering fraction of active galactic nuclei. WACHTER K.W., STRAUSS M.A. and FILIPPENKO A.V.
1988ApJ...331..583S 209 53 A case for Ho = 42 and omega o = 1 using luminous spiral galaxies and the cosmological time scale test. SANDAGE A.
1988ApJ...331..605S 33 71 The case for Ho =55 from the 21 centimeter line width-absolute magnitude relation for field galaxies. SANDAGE A.
1988ApJ...331..620K 146 127 21 centimeter line width distances of cluster galaxies and the value of Ho. KRAAN-KORTEWEG R.C., CAMERON L.M. and TAMMANN G.A.
1988ApJ...332...17P 46 33 The local extragalactic velocity fields as a test of the explosion and gravitational instability pictures. PEEBLES P.J.E.
1988ApJ...332L..63F 42   K                 4 122 Distances to the galaxies M 81 and NGC 2403 from CCD I band photometry of Cepheids. FREEDMAN W.L. and MADORE B.F.
1988ApJ...333..542W 63 74 Rotation curves for spiral galaxies in clusters. II. Variations as a function of cluster position. WHITMORE B.C., FORBES D.A. and RUBIN V.C.
1988ApJ...333..689M 1 11 62 On the use of galaxy rotation curves to test the modified dynamics. MILGROM M.
1988ApJ...334..144K 130 168 Properties of H II region populations in galaxies. I. The first-ranked H II regions. KENNICUTT R.C.Jr
1988ApJS...68...91R viz 147 491 A catalog of IRAS observations of large optical galaxies. RICE W., LONSDALE C.J., SOIFER B.T., et al.
1988MNRAS.234..957A 2 2 18 The structure and kinematics of the intergalkactic southwest in the M81 group. APPLETON P.N. and VAN DER HULST J.M.
1988PASP..100...54W 30 7 A survey of northern Seyfert galaxies. WAGNER S.J.
1988PASP..100.1219F 2 4 Distances to M 81 and NGC 2403 from CCD I-band Cepheids photometry. FREEDMAN W.L. and MADORE B.F.
1988PASP..100T1222M 4 ~ Cepheid photometry in M 31, 33, NGC 2403 and M 81. METCALFE N. and SHANKS T.
1988AISAO..26...42K viz 242 16 Isolated triple galaxies. The complete sample for radial velocities and reduced data. KARACHENTSEVA V.E., KARACHENTSEV I.D. and LEBEDEV V.S.
1988Afz....28...99G 2 0 Gas rotation above the galactic disk. GVARAMADZE V.V. and LOMINADZE J.G.
1988Afz....28..419A 6 7 The model of two-component magnetic field of the galaxy. ANDREASSIAN R.R. and MAKAROV A.N.
1988ApL....26..315E 7 ~ Physical constraints on the production of extreme dwarf ellipticals via Ram-pressure stripping : a test case in the M 81 group. ESKRIDGE P.B.
1988ApL....26..331B 5 ~ Light density at the center of nearby galaxies. BENDINELLI O., PARMEGGIANI G. and ZAVATTI F.
1988ApL....27...27B 53 ~ Systematics of the central velocity gradients of spiral galaxies. BAIESI-PILLASTRINI G.C.
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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..35F 36   K                 9 62 Local calibrators for the infrared Tully-Fisher relation. FREEDMAN W.L.
1990ApJ...355...52E 2 4 47 Optical tracers of spiral wave resonances in galaxies : applications to NGC 1566. ELMEGREEN B.G. and ELMEGREEN D.M.
1990ApJ...360..474V 22 21 The LINERs revisited. VIEGAS-ALDROVANDI S.M. and GRUENWALD R.B.
1990ApJ...361..419V 11 11 Triggering the bisymmetric (m = 1) magnetic fields in spiral galaxies. VALLEE J.P.
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1990RMxAA..20..119P 16 49 Total number of planetary nebulae in different galaxies and the PN distance scale. PEIMBERT M.
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1991ApJ...366...38D 78 43 Galaxy velocity dispersions using a cross-correlation method. DALLE ORE C., FABER S.M., JESUS J., et al.
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1991ApJ...368..348S 14 35 Hydrodynamic constraints on the radial structure of late-type galaxy disks. STRUCK-MARCELL C.
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1991ApJ...374..407X 66 113 Infrared emission in paired galaxies. II. Luminosity functions and far-infrared properties. XU C. and SULENTIC J.W.
1991ApJ...375..569A 16 4 The properties of NGC 2777: are companion galaxies young ? ARP H. and SULENTIC J.W.
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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1991ApJ...382..475A 1 8 41 The relationship between the carbon monoxide intensity and the radio continuum emission in spiral galaxies. ADLER D.S., ALLEN R.J. and LO K.Y.
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1991MNRAS.250..769C 7 7 Spiral-arm resonance in galactic dynamos. CHIBA M.
1991MNRAS.252..543T 71 T                   1 3 15 Where galaxies collide - I. NGC 3077 and star formation in the
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1991MNRAS.253..533G 105 32 Evidence for redshift periodicity in nearby field galaxies. GUTHRIE B.N.G. and NAPIER W.M.
1991PASP..103..933M 5 21 487 The Cepheid distance scale. MADORE B.F. and FREEDMAN W.L.
1991ARA&A..29..543H 2 77 660 Globular cluster systems in galaxies beyond the Local Group. HARRIS W.E.
1991ARA&A..29..581Y 1 76 587 Molecular gas in galaxies. YOUNG J.S. and SCOVILLE N.Z.
1991Afz....35..235R 33 0 Photometric properties of interacting galaxies. RESHETNIKOV V.P.
1991Ap&SS.183..155T 80 3 Dependence of certain rotational properties of 78 spiral galaxies on Hubble's type and luminosity. TEKTUNALI F.L. and TEKTUNALI H.G.
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1991BAAS...23..932P 70 T                   1 3 0 BBXRT observations of M82, NGC 253, and
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1991BAAS...23..965H 70 T                   1 1 0 UIT ultraviolet imagery of
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1991C&E...258...18S 4 0 Le cosmos vu de la navette. SIBILLE L.
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1991Natur.353...48B 8 3 100 Morphological differences between optical and infrared images of the spiral galaxy NGC 309. BLOCK D.L. and WAINSCOAT R.J.
1991NewSc1753...20H 1 0 Astro astronomers flushed with success. HECHT J.
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1991PAZh...17..393G 70 T                   1 3 1 Morphology of the
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1991PAZh...17..891O 4 ~ Intrinsically weak active galactic nuclei. OGANNISYAN M.A. and ARTYUKH V.S.
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1991PASJ...43..671S 17 11 Molecular rings in galaxies and a possible new cosmic distance indicator. SOFUE Y.
1991SoSAO..67..119B 70 T                   1 4 0 A survey of blue and red stars in the field of 30'x30' around the
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1991IAUS..144..213B 16 2 Small-scale properties of HI in nearby galaxies. BRAUN R.
1992A&A...255...69G 273 68 Groups of galaxies within 80 Mpc. I. Grouping hierarchical method and statistical properties. GOURGOULHON E., CHAMARAUX P. and FOUQUE P.
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1992A&AS...95..581G 70 T                   34 9 The brightest blue and red stars in the galaxy M 81. GEORGIEV T.B., BILKINA B.I. and TIKHONOV N.A.
1992A&AS...96..569G 70 T                   20 4 The distribution of blue and red stars around the M 81 galaxy. GEORGIEV T.B., BILKINA B.I. and TIKHONOV N.A.
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1993ApJ...404..419S 63 24 Ho found by comparing linear diameters of M 31 with similar field galaxies. SANDAGE A.
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1993ApJ...414L..21T 77 T                   3 77 Spectropolarimetry of SN 1993J in NGC 3031. TRAMMELL S.R., HINES D.C. and WHEELER J.C.
1993ApJ...414L.105H 7 2 57 Type II supernovae from 8-10 solar mass asymptotic giant branch stars. HASHIMOTO M., IWAMOTO K. and NOMOTO K.
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1993ApJ...415...10D 18 47 The extragalactic distance scale. VIII. A comparison of distance scales. DE VAUCOULEURS G.
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1993ApJ...417...63H 3 21 278 A reevaluation of the excitation mechanism of liners. HO L.C., FILIPPENKO A.V. and SARGENT W.L.W.
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1993ApJS...85....1N 1321 89 A revised catalog of CfA1 galaxy groups in the Virgo/Great Attractor flow field. NOLTHENIUS R.
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1993MNRAS.262..392S 7 17 A physical distance indicator for spiral galaxies and the determination of Ho. SALUCCI P., FRENK C.S. and PERSIC M.
1993MNRAS.263...37K 7 26 Magnetic reconnection in the disc and halo. KAHN F.D. and BRETT L.
1993MNRAS.263..211R 74 11 Tully-Fisher distances to M31-like galaxies in the Coma cluster. ROOD H.J. and WILLIAMS B.A.
1993MNRAS.263.1049C 7 18 High-resolution kinematic observations of rapidly rotating spheroidal components of galaxies. CARTER D. and JENKINS C.R.
1993MNRAS.264L..17P 2 4 40 Ryle telescope observations of SN 1993J at 15 GHz: the first 115d. POOLEY G.G. and GREEN D.A.
1993MNRAS.264..665V 170 13 Further analysis of a 'complete sample' in the Virgo supercluster of galaxies. VALLEE J.P.
1993MNRAS.264..865D 12 29 The least action principle and the spin of galaxies in the Local Group. DUNN A.M. and LAFLAMME R.
1993MNRAS.265..199V 1 29 210 The nitrogen-to-oxygen ratio in galaxies and its implications for the origin of nitrogen. VILA-COSTAS M.B. and EDMUNDS M.G.
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1993PASP..105..674A 2 0 Tracers of spiral structure in galaxies. ALLEN R.J.
1993PASP..105.1043W 40 10 Properties of low-redshift QSO absorption systems : QSO-galaxy pairs. WOMBLE D.S.
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1993AZh....70..277S 3 1 On the chemical evolution of the disc galaxies. SIMAKOV S.G.
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1993AGAb....9..103Z 2 0 ROSAT detects X rays from SN 1993J. ZIMMERMANN H.-U., LEWIN W., PREDEHL P., et al.
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1993A&ARv...4..449W 1 11 75 Magnetic fields in galaxies. WIELEBINSKI R. and KRAUSE F.
1993Ap&SS.200..313V 11 4 Statistics on the symmetric magnetic fields in spiral galaxies. VALLEE J.P.
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1993BAAS...25..840C 4 ~ UIT observations of M100. COLLINS N.R., et al.
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1993BAAS...25..915M 5 ~ The Hubble space telescope key project to measure Ho. MOULD J.R., et al.
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1993BAAS...25.1244V 71 T                   2 ~ The early radio light curves for supernova 1993J in M 81. VAN DYK S.D., et al.
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1993BAAS...25.1326M 5 ~ High S/N observations of low-ionization gas through the galactic halo. MEYER D.M., ROTH K.C., SAVAGE B.D., et al.
1993BAAS...25Q1339V 71 T                   2 ~ An update on the radio emission from SN 1993J in M 81. VAN DYK S.D., WEILER K.W., SRAMEK R.A., et al.
1993BAAS...25R1339R 71 T                   2 ~ VLBI observations of supernova 1993J in M81. RUPEN M., CONWAY J., BARTEL N., et al.
1993BAAS...25S1339L 3 ~ Hard X-rays from supernova 1993J. LEISING M.D., CLAYTON D.D., THE L.S., et al.
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1993BAAS...25Q1348B 2 ~ Spectral analysis of SN 1993J. BARON E., HAUSCHILDT P.H. and BRANCH D.
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1993BAAS...25.1356H 71 T                   1 ~ Ultraviolet observations of M81 HII regions compared with H-alpha observations. HILL J.K., LANDSMAN W.B., BOHLIN R.C., et al.
1993BAAS...25.1357F 4 ~ Circumnuclear massive star formation in disk galaxies as identified through ultraviolet imaging. FANELLI M.N., COLLINS N.R., CHEN P.C., et al.
1993BAAS...25.1392B 71 T                   2 ~ The stellar distribution in the nuclear region of the low-luminosity Seyfert galaxy M81. BOWER G.A., WILSON A.S., RICHSTONE D.O., et al.
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1993BAAS...25R1393W 71 T                   1 ~ The HI velocity field and rotation curve of M 81. WESTPFAHL D.J. and ADLER D.S.
1993BAAS...25Q1410C 71 T                   3 ~ UV intercomparisons of M33, M74, and M81 using UIT. CORNETT R.H., O'CONNELL R.W., BOHLIN R.C., et al.
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1993C&E...280...13B 3 0 La Grande Ourse abrite une supernova. BRUNIER S.
1993C&E...286...34G 11 0 Hubble, la renaissance. GUERIN F.
1993ExA.....4....1I 1 2 12 The X-ray astronomy satellite "ASCA". INOUE H.
1993Gemin..42...25P 3 1 UES update. PETTINI M., WALTON N. and LIPMAN K.
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1993IAUC.5747....1K 71 T                   3 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. KATO T. and HANZL D.
1993IAUC.5748....1Z 73 T                   2 20 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. ZIMMERMANN H.U., LEWIN W., MAGNIER E., et al.
1993IAUC.5750....1Z 71 T                   5 7 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. ZIMMERMANN H.U., LEWIN W., MAGNIER E., et al.
1993IAUC.5751....1F 72 T                   2 15 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. FESEN R., THORSTENSEN J., BENETTI S., et al.
1993IAUC.5752....1W 73 T                   2 19 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. WEILER K.W., SRAMEK R.A., VAN DYK S.D., et al.
1993IAUC.5753....1T 74 T                   2 25 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. TANAKA Y.
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1993IAUC.5755....1K 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. KING D.
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1993IAUC.5757....1L 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. LAWRENCE G.F. and PAULSON A.
1993IAUC.5758....1B 71 T                   2 7 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. BLAKESLEE J. and TONRY J.
1993IAUC.5759....1V 71 T                   4 7 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. VAN DYK S.D., WEILER K.W., RUPEN M.P., et al.
1993IAUC.5760....1F 71 T                   2 4 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. FILIPPENKO A.V. and MATHESON T.
1993IAUC.5761....1C 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. CENTURION M. and VLADILO G.
1993IAUC.5762....1S 71 T                   4 4 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. STROM R.G., BOONSTRA A.-J., BRAUN R., et al.
1993IAUC.5763....1P 71 T                   2 4 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. PHILLIPS J.A., KULKARNI S.R., MORBIDELLI L., et al.
1993IAUC.5765....1H 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. HANZL D., KULESZA B., MIKOLAJEWSKI M., et al.
1993IAUC.5766....1Z 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. ZIMMERMANN H.U., LEWIN W., MAGNIER E., et al.
1993IAUC.5767....1M 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. MORRISON L.V., ARGYLE R.W. and HELMER L.
1993IAUC.5768....1R 71 T                   2 4 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. RUPEN M.P., SRAMEK R.A., VAN DYK S.D., et al.
1993IAUC.5769....1T 71 T                   2 1 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. TWEEDY R., BALONEK T. and WELLS L.
1993IAUC.5770....1K 71 T                   2 0 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. KLOCHKOVA V. and PANCHUK V.
1993IAUC.5771....1T 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. TOMANEY A. and CROTTS A.
1993IAUC.5773....1P 72 T                   2 13 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. POOLEY G.G. and GREEN D.A.
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1993IAUC.5776....1V 72 T                   2 13 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. VAN DYK S.D., WEILER K.W., SRAMEK R.A., et al.
1993IAUC.5777....1H 72 T                   2 9 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. HU J.Y., LI Z.W., JIANG X.J., et al.
1993IAUC.5779....1P 71 T                   2 2 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. PORTER A.C., STOCKE J., PERLMAN E., et al.
1993IAUC.5780....1T 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. TRAMMELL S.R., HINES D.C. and WHEELER J.C.
1993IAUC.5782....1Z 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. ZHOU X.
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1993IAUC.5785....1M 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. MARCAIDE J.M., ROGERS A.E., ALBERDI A., et al.
1993IAUC.5787....1F 2 3 33 PSR 1823-13. FINLEY J.P. and OEGELMAN H.
1993IAUC.5788....1S 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. SCHNEIDER O., MIZSER A., GRANSLO B.H., et al.
1993IAUC.5795....1K 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. KIDGER M., MAHONEY T. and SELBY M.
1993IAUC.5796....1M 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. MIKUZ H., DINTINJANA B. and ZWITTER T.
1993IAUC.5799....1G 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. GREEN D.A. and POOLEY G.G.
1993IAUC.5809....1B 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. BENETTI S. and BARBON R.
1993IAUC.5816....1P 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. PRESSBERGER R. and MAITZEN H.M.
1993IAUC.5817....1T 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. TWEEDY R.W., BALONEK T.J., HINTZ E., et al.
1993IAUC.5820....1M 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. MARCAIDE J.M., ROGERS A.E.E., ALBERDI A., et al.
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1993IAUC.5828....1V 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. VAN DYK S.D., NGUYEN H.A., WEILER K.W., et al.
1993IAUC.5831....0M 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. MIKUZ H., DINTINJANA B. and ZWITTER T.
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1993IAUC.5844....1L 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. LAWRENCE G.F., PAULSON A., MASON C., et al.
1993IAUC.5846....1M 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. MIKUZ H., DINTINJANA B. and ZWITTER T.
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1993IAUC.5862....1Z 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. ZHOU X., LI Y. and YAN H.-J.
1993IAUC.5874....1G 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. GRANSLO B.H. and DAHLE H.
1993IAUC.5884....1P 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. PHILLIPS J.A. and KULKARNI S.R.
1993IAUC.5899....1Z 71 T                   2 4 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. ZIMMERMANN H.-U., ASCHENBACH B., HASINGER G., et al.
1993IAUC.5914....1B 71 T                   2 6 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. BARTEL N., BIETENHOLZ M., RUPEN M., et al.
1993JAVSO..22...96E 4 ~ Supernovae search. EVANS R.O.
1993JBAA..103..155H 71 T                   2 0 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. HURST G.M.
1993MmSAI..64..758V 71 T                   2 0 CA II and K I interstellar absorption in the direction of SN 1993J in M 81 VLADILO G. and CENTURION M.
1993Mercu..22d.111G 4 0 Galactic cannibals, naked stars, MACHOs, smurfs and other astronomy news. GOLDSCHLAGER N.
1993Natur.362..585P 3 1 Supernova brightens the horizon. PEASE R.
1993Natur.363..240J 1 6 24 A measurement of the optical depth through a galaxy disk. JAMES P.A. and PUXLEY P.J.
1993Natur.364..490V 3 0 A nearby protogalaxy ? VAN DEN BERGH S.
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1993Natur.364..600S 75 T                   5 80 The unusual supernova SN 1993J in the galaxy M 81. SCHMIDT B.P., KIRSHNER R.P., EASTMAN R.G., et al.
1993NewSc1870...14H 3 0 Supernova sends shockwaves through astronomy. HECHT J.
1993PASJ...45L..43T 72 T                   2 12 Optical spectra of the supernova 1993J in M 81. TANIGUCHI Y., MURYAMA T., SATO Y., et al.
1993PASJ...45L..59V 71 T                   8 13 BVRI photometry of SN 1993J in M 81. I. Period April 01-30 1993. VAN DRIEL W., YOSHIDA S., NAZKADA Y., et al.
1993PASJ...45L..63O 5 4 A V-band light curve of SN 1993J during the first 50 days. OKYUDO M., KATO T., ISHIDA T., et al.
1993RMxAA..27...21K 39 8 Systematics of HII region abundances in galaxies. KENNICUTT R.C., OEY M.S., ZARITSKY D., et al.
1993Sci...260..163J 2 0 A new supernova in the northern sky. JAYAWARDHANA R.
1993S&T....86f..30F 19 0 A supernova with an identity crisis. FILIPPENKO A.V.
1993SSRv...66..425W 13 4 The evolution of massive stars to explosion. WHEELER J.C. and SWARTZ D.A.
1993SSRv...66..439P 4 5 SN 1987A and SN 1993J: testing stellar evolution theory? PODSIADLOWSKI P.
1993S&W....32..584D 71 T                   2 0 Eine intergalaktische Wolke vor SN 1993J in M 81 ? DE BOER K.S.
1993BSAO...36...43G 71 T                   155 1 The precise coordinates of the supergiant and globular cluster candidates of the galaxy M81. GEORGIEV T.B., TIKHONOV N.A., BILKINA B.I., et al.
1994A&A...281L..89U 73 T                   4 37 Type IIb supernova 1993J in M 81 : the explosion of a 4 solar mass star in a close binary system. UTROBIN V.
1994A&A...282..386B 45 12 X-ray observations of NGC 3077. BI H.G., ARP H. and ZIMMERMANN H.U.
1994A&A...285..812B viz 70 44 Spectral properties of X-ray loud extragalactic radio sources. BRINKMANN W. and SIEBERT J.
1994A&A...286..718K 42 61 New photometric distances for dwarf galaxies in the Local Volume. KARACHENTSEV I.D. and TIKHONOV N.A.
1994A&A...287...20B 35   K                 31 5 H2O activity in M 82 and in other members of the
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1994A&A...287..403D 1 15 68 The nova rate in galaxies of different Hubble types. DELLA VALLE M., ROSINO L., BIANCHINI A., et al.
1994A&A...288..365B 1 21 137 A 2.1 µm images of the evolved stellar disk and the morphological classification of spiral galaxies. BLOCK D.L., BERTIN G., STOCKTON A., et al.
1994A&A...289..715D 154 75 Ultraviolet observations of galaxies with the FAUST experiment. DEHARVENG J.-M., SASSEEN T.P., BUAT V., et al.
1994A&A...290..785D 3 3 41 Structure and evolution of long-lived spiral patterns in galaxies. DONNER K.J. and THOMASSON M.
1994A&A...291..425V 106 T K                 11 20 Interstellar and intergalactic gas towards SN1993J in M81: a study of optical and 21cm spectra. VLADILO G., CENTURION M., DE BOER K.S., et al.
1994A&AS..106..523R 106 T K                 9 24 Far UV imaging of
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1994A&AS..106..555K 71 T                   4 10 The brightest stars in three irregular dwarfs around M 81. KARACHENTSEV I.D., TIKHONOV N.A. and SAZONOVA L.N.
1994AJ....107..118B 172 91 Mean morphological types of bright galaxies. BUTA R., MITRA S., DE VAUCOULEURS G., et al.
1994AJ....107..503S 7 19 Surface brightness fluctuation distances to NGC 4494 and NGC 4565 and the virgocentric infall. SIMARD L. and PRITCHET C.J.
1994AJ....107..513B 93 67 Metal enrichment in elliptical galaxies and globular clusters through the study of iron and H-beta spectral indices. BUZZONI A., MANTEGAZZA L. and GARIBOLDI G.
1994AJ....107..662A 12 4 206 SN 1993J: the optical properties of its progenitor. ALDERING G., HUMPHREYS R.M. and RICHMOND M.
1994AJ....107.1003C 109 309 A very large array survey of neutral hydrogen in Virgo cluster spirals. III. Surface density profiles of the gas. CAYATTE V., KOTANYI C., BALKOWSKI C., et al.
1994AJ....107.1022R viz 74 T                   15 214 UBVRI photometry of SN 1993J in M 81: the first 120 days. RICHMOND M.W., TREFFERS R.R., FILIPPENKO A.V., et al.
1994AJ....107.1453B viz 6 20 Light curves of SN 1993J from the Keck Northeast Consortium. BENSON P.J., HERBST W., SALZER J.J., et al.
1994AJ....107.1962B 52 67 Tests of the Tully-Fisher relation. I. Scatter in infrared magnitude versus 21cm width. BERNSTEIN G.M., GUHATHAKURTA P., RAYCHAUDHURY S., et al.
1994AJ....108.1002G 71 T                   10 14 Early spectra of supernova 1993J in M 81. GARNAVICH P.M. and ANN H.B.
1994AJ....108.2220F 73 T                   10 86 The peculiar type II supernova 1993J in M81: transition to the nebular phase. FILIPPENKO A.V., MATHESON T. and BARTH A.J.
1994ApJ...420L..71B 1 6 28 Interstellar and intergalactic magnesium and sodium absorption toward SN 1993J. BOWEN D.V., ROTH K.C., BLADES J.C., et al.
1994ApJ...420...87Z 7 39 1235 HII regions and the abundance properties of spiral galaxies. ZARITSKY D., KENNICUTT R.C. and HUCHRA J.P.
1994ApJ...420..159L 3 3 37 High-resolution continuum and Br-gamma imaging observations of M 82. LARKIN J.E., GRAHAM J.R., MATTHEWS K., et al.
1994ApJ...421L..23R 1 6 36 Relic radio emission in 3C 388. ROETTIGER K., BURNS J.O., CLARKE D.A., et al.
1994ApJ...421..122T 76 147 Bright radio continuum emission from star formation in the core of nearby spiral galaxies. TURNER J.L. and HO P.T.P.
1994ApJ...422..659H 4 4 73 Constraints on galactic distributions of gamma-ray burst sources from BATSE observations. HAKKILA J., MEEGAN C.A., PENDLETON G.N., et al.
1994ApJ...424L..25M 35   K                 10 23 Radio-size estimates of SN 1993J. MARCAIDE J.M., ALBERDI A., ELOSEGUI P., et al.
1994ApJ...424..599M viz 2 24 212 The influence of bars on the chemical composition of spiral galaxies. MARTIN P. and ROY J.-R.
1994ApJ...425...57E 222 32 On the size and formation mechanism of the largest star-forming complexes in spiral and irregular galaxies. ELMEGREEN D.M., ELMEGREEN B.G., LANG C., et al.
1994ApJ...426..473L 47 13 Measuring the Hubble constant and our Virgo-infall velocity independently. LU N.Y., SALPETER E.E. and HOFFMAN G.L.
1994ApJ...426..542G 3 5 77 The metallicity dependence of inferred cepheid distances. GOULD A.
1994ApJ...426..553C 3 3 39 UIT : ultraviolet surface photometry of the spiral gamlaxy M 74 (NGC 628). CORNETT R.H., O'CONNELL R.W., GREASON M.R., et al.
1994ApJ...427..184L 108 T K                 5 45 Modal approach to the morphology of spiral galaxies. III. Application to the galaxy M 81. LOWE S.A., ROBERTS W.W., YANG J., et al.
1994ApJ...427..202G 288 21 The nuclear 10 micron emission of spiral galaxies. GIURICIN G., TAMBURINI L., MARDIROSSIAN F., et al.
1994ApJ...427..628F 135 T K                 5 585 The Hubble Space Telescope extragalactic distance scale key project. I. The discovery of cepheids and a new distance to M 81. FREEDMAN W.L., HUGHES S.M., MADORE B.F., et al.
1994ApJ...427..656M 35   K                 368 62 HII regions in M 81 group dwarf galaxies. MILLER B.W. and HODGE P.
1994ApJ...427..696M 15 48 Lyman-alpha absorption and tidal debris. MORRIS S.L. and VAN DEN BERGH S.
1994ApJ...428..143H 107 T K                 4 20 The Hubble Space Telescope extragalactic distance scale key project. II. Photometry of WFC images of M 81. HUGHES S.M.G., STETSON P.B., TURNER A., et al.
1994ApJ...428..609R 24 56 CO absorption in luminous infrared galaxies. RIDGWAY S.E., WYNN-WILLIAMS C.G. and BECKLIN E.E.
1994ApJ...429...43P 2 9 76 Orbits of the nearby galaxies. PEEBLES P.J.E.
1994ApJ...429..300W 57   K                 3 273 SN 1993J : a type IIb supernova. WOOSLEY S.E., EASTMAN R.G., WEAVER T.A., et al.
1994ApJ...430...13S 2 6 59 Bias properties of extragalactic distance indicators. II. Bias corrections to Tully-Fisher distances for field galaxies. SANDAGE A.
1994ApJ...430...53P 63 68 Luminosity-line-width relations and the extragalactic distance scale. II. A comparison with types Ia and II supernovae. PIERCE M.J.
1994ApJ...430..545N 23 34 Ultraviolet imaging of the AGN + starburst galaxy NGC 1068. NEFF S.G., FANELLI M.N., ROBERTS L.J., et al.
1994ApJ...431L..95L 4 2 35 Hard X-rays from SN 1993J. LEISING M.D., KURFESS J.D., CLAYTON D.D., et al.
1994ApJ...431..172S 4 7 138 Spatially resolved optical and near-infrared spectroscopy of the low-metallicity galaxy UGC 4483. SKILLMAN E.D., TERLEVICH R.J., KENNICUTT R.C.Jr, et al.
1994ApJ...432L.115V 51   K                 2 135 SN 1993J : the early radio emission and evidence for a changing presupernova mass-loss rate. VAN DYK S.D., WEILER K.W., SRAMEK R.A., et al.
1994ApJ...432..128P 39 6 Galaxy properties in different environments. II. Star formation in bulges of late-type spirals. PASTORIZA M.G., BICA E., MAIA M., et al.
1994ApJ...433..645I 2 2 19 The peculiar dust distribution of M 82. ICHIKAWA T., VAN DRIEL W., AOKI T., et al.
1994ApJ...434L..19S 1 15 99 SN 1991T: reflections of past glory. SCHMIDT B.P., KIRSHNER R.P., LEIBUNDGUT B., et al.
1994ApJ...434..435P 22 3 Active galactic nuclei. V. X-ray variability and the black hole cluster paradigm. PACHOLCZYK A.G. and STOEGER W.R.
1994ApJ...435...22K 2 61 655 Past and future star formation in disk galaxies. KENNICUTT R.C., TAMBLYN P. and CONGDON C.W.
1994ApJ...435L..31F 1 6 26 First Hubble Space Telescope observations of the brightest stars in the Virgo galaxy M 100 = NGC 4321. FREEDMAN W.L., MADORE B.F., STETSON P.B., et al.
1994ApJS...92..219V viz 289 11 A catalog of recent supernovae. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1994ApJS...94..517M 204 38 High-energy spectra of active galactic nuclei. I. The catalog. MALAGUTI G., BASSANI L. and CAROLI E.
1994MNRAS.266L..27L 2 7 81 Optical observations of supernova 1993J from La Palma - I. Days 2 to 125. LEWIS J.R., WALTON N.A., MEIKLE W.P.S., et al.
1994MNRAS.266..421H 16 29 The effects of cluster environment on the chemical evolution of galaxies - II. NGC 4254. HENRY R.B.C., PAGEL B.E.J. and CHINCARINI G.L.
1994MNRAS.269..785B 2 45 379 Line-of-sight velocity distributions of elliptical galaxies. BENDER R., SAGLIA R.P. and GERHARD O.E.
1994MNRAS.271..530R 39 43 The accuracy of the brightest stars in galaxies as distance indicators. ROZANSKI R. and ROWAN-ROBINSON M.
1994PASP..106..156D 34 6 Magnitudes and colors of SN 1993J comparison stars. DE VAUCOULEURS G., CORWIN H.G. and SKIFF B.A.
1994PASP..106..309H 84 23 The HII regions of Holmberg II. HODGE P., STROBEL N.V. and KENNICUTT R.C.
1994PASP..106.1025H 5 40 870 The luminous blue variables: astrophysical geysers. HUMPHREYS R.M. and DAVIDSON K.
1994LAstr.108..260M 12 0 Bilan des decouvertes de 1993. MERLIN J.-C.
1994AGAb...10...76B 4 0 The structure of interstellar magnetic fields as derived from radio polarization observations. BECK R.
1994AGAb...10..210H 71 T                   3 0 Late time hydrogen emission in SN 1993J in M 81. HANUSCHIK R.W. and WERGER M.
1994Ast....22b..41M 71 T                   4 0 Cosmic Chameleon. The supernova in M 81. MARSCHALL L.A.
1994A&ARv...6...67F 2 36 331 Dwarf elliptical galaxies. FERGUSON H.C. and BINGGELI B.
1994Ap&SS.211..323L 7 3 The nebular phase spectra of SN1993J. LI A., HU J., WANG L., et al.
1994BAAS...26..858T 71 T                   2 ~ What happened to M51 and M81? TOOMRE A.
1994BAAS...26..939R 71 T                   5 ~ Optical surface photometry of M81 dwarf galaxies. ROBISON M.W. and SKILLMAN E.
1994BAAS...26..969S 13 ~ Radio supernovae. SRAMEK R., RUPEN M., VAN DYK S.D., et al.
1994BAAS...26.1361M 5 ~ Clumping in the ejecta of supernova 1993J. MATHESON T., FILIPPENKO A.V. and HO L.C.
1994BAAS...26.1365M 9 ~ The star formation histories of dwarf galaxies in the Sculptor and M81 groups. MILLER B.W.
1994BAAS...26.1367K 4 ~ Measuring the Hubble constant with the HST. KENNICUTT R.C.
1994BAAS...26.1394M 7 ~ An optical search for supernova remnants in nearby spiral galaxies. MATONICK D.M., et al.
1994BAAS...26.1412A 71 T                   1 ~ HI in M81: spiral density waves. ADLER D.S.
1994BAAS...26.1433G 71 T                   3 ~ Diffuse ionized gas in M51 and M81. GREENAWALT B. and WALTERBOS R.A.M.
1994BAAS...26.1438D 4 ~ Far infrared and H-alpha images of nearby spiral galaxies. DEVEREUX N.
1994BAAS...26.1444S 71 T                   2 ~ SN 1993J in M 81: the UBVRI light curves during the first 450 days. SILVESTRI N.M., et al.
1994BAAS...26.1466K 7 ~ Highlights of supernova studies from HST. KIRSHNER R.P.
1994BAAS...26.1473F 5 ~ The HST Key Project on the extragalactic distance scale. FREEDMAN W.L.
1994C&E...291...52J 71 T                   7 0 M 81 elue galaxie de l'annee. JODRA S.
1994IAUC.5928....1B 71 T                   2 1 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. BENETTI S., CLOCCHIATTI A. and WHEELER J.C.
1994IAUC.6005....1C 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. CLOCCHIATTI A. and WHEELER J.C.
1994IAUC.6014....1Z 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. ZIMMERMANN H.-U., ASCHENBACH B., HASINGER G., et al.
1994IAUC.6058....1H 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. HANUSCHIK R.W. and WERGER M.
1994IAUC.6120....1Z 71 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. ZIMMERMANN H.-U., ASCHENBACH B., HASINGER G., et al.
1994JRASC..88..201V 5 4 Skewed neutral hydrogen distributions and different magnetic field shapes in nearby spiral galaxies. VALLEE J.P.
1994MmSAI..65..359P 12 0 The evolution of massive X-ray binaries. PODSIADLOWSKI P.
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