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1892Obs....15..393M 28 3 Potsdam observations of motion in the line of sight. MAUNDER E.W.
1897ApJ.....6..424L 5 1 The stellar spectrographic work of the Emerson McMillin Observatory. LORD H.C.
1898ApJ.....8..233F 7 0 Classification of the spectra of variable stars of long period. FLEMING W.P.
1899ApJ....10..290H 62 T                   1 1 0 Results of an examination of spectrograms of
alpha Orionis obtained during the recent irregular minimum.
1900ApJ....11..163H 9 0 On the probable origin of some of the lines observed in the spectra of stars and of the chromosphere. HARTLEY W.N.
1903ApJ....18..341S 5 0 The spectrum of omicron Ceti. STEBBINS J.
1906ApJ....23..403H 1 3 Sunspot lines in the spectra of red stars. HALE G.E. and ADAMS W.S.
1908ApJ....27..301K 98 12 Radial velocities of 99 stars of the second and third spectral classes observed at Bonn. KUSTNER F.
1908PASP...20..227P 62 T                   1 1 4 The radial velocity of
alpha Orionis.
1916ApJ....44..250L 63 T                   1 2 6 On the orbits of the spectroscopic binaries
alpha Orionis and alpha Scorpii.
1918ApJ....48..261L 154 6 The radial velocities of 119 stars observed at the Cape. LUNT J.
1921ApJ....53..249M 68 T                   1 4 262 Measurement of the diameter of
alpha Orionis with the interferometer.
1921PASP...33..171P 5 6 The angular diameter of alpha Bootis by the interferometer. PEASE F.G.
1922ApJ....55...20C 29 3 New measurements of stellar radiation. COBLENTZ W.W.
1922PASP...34..346P 63 T                   1 3 3 Notes on star diameters: I. Possible variations in the diameter of
alpha Orionis.
1924ApJ....60...87A 9 4 Radiometer measurements of stellar energy spectra. ABBOT C.G.
1926ApJ....64..225A 411 23 The absolute magnitudes and parallaxes of 410 stars of type M. ADAMS W.S., JOY A.H. and HUMASON M.L.
1928MNRAS..88..660S 63 T                   1 2 14 The radial velocity variations of
alpha Orionis and alpha Scorpii.
1934ApJ....80..171O 13 33 Spectrographic studies in the red. OHMAN Y.
1936AN....259...69N 42 3 Beobachtungen von langperiodischen Variablen. NIJLAND A.A.
1945ApJ...102..309B 29 117 B Cassiopeiae as a supernova of type I. BAADE W.
1950ApJ...112..362M 128 38 Revised standards for supergiants on the system of the Yerkes spectral Atlas. MORGAN W.W. and ROMAN N.G.
1950MNRAS.110..179S 12 0 Address. SMART W.M.
1950AnAp...13..243M 8 15 Monochromatic stellar fluxes. I. Line absorption in stellar spectra. MILFORD N.
1951ApJ...113....1S 9 41 The orbit and parallax of Procyon. STRAND K.A.
1951ApJ...114..548F 6 12 A useful luminosity discriminant in the late K and early M giants. FITCH W.S. and MORGAN W.W.
1951AnAp...14...54T 58 1 Recherches sur les bandes de CH dans les spectres stellaires et solaire. TCHENG-KIEN.
1952ApJ...116..523M 12 5 Spectrograms of ten high-velocity Me variable stars. MERRILL P.W.
1952MNRAS.112...73E 11 18 Some experiments on the scintillation of stars and planets. ELLISON M.A. and SEDDON H.
1952JO.....35....1M 10 0 Observations par Rougier G. et Muller P. de quelques variables irregulieres ou a longue periode. MULLER P.
1953ApJ...117..313J 477 1747 Fundamental stellar photometry for standards of spectral type on the Revised System of the Yerkes Spectral Atlas. JOHNSON H.L. and MORGAN W.W.
1953MNRAS.113..510F 7 36 The absolute magnitude and spectrum of the class S star pi1 Gruis. FEAST M.W.
1953PASP...65...30V 20 0 The twenty brightest stars. VAN DE KAMP P.
1953PASP...65..185S 13 1 Notes on stellar spectra. STRUVE O.
1953ZA.....33..120P 45 1 Absolute Energievertielungen der Sterne, effektive Temperaturen und Masse-Leuchtkraftbeziehung. PILOWSKI K.
1953GCRV..C......0W viz 13       D               1 15129 835 General Catalogue of Stellar Radial Velocities WILSON R.E.
1954AJ.....59..396B 55 10 Photoelectric colors of early M-type stars. BLANCO V.M.
1955ApJ...121..611M 26 59 A description of certain galactic nebulosities. MORGAN W.W., STROMGREN B. and JOHNSON H.M.
1955PASP...67..293P 17 22 Temperatures on the bright and dark sides of Venus. PETTIT E. and NICHOLSON S.B.
1955ZA.....36..230P 20 3 Gestorte Multipletts in Sternatmospharen. PRIESTER W.
1956ApJ...123..189A 67 T                   1 1 16 Notes on the shell lines and the radial velocity of
alpha Orionis.
1956ApJ...123..392M 5 9 Complex lines in the spectrum of RW Cephei. MERRILL P.W. and WILSON O.C.
1956ApJ...123..440S 412 76 Six-color photometry of stars. VIII. The colors of 409 stars of different spectral types. STEBBINS J. and KRON G.E.
1956ApJ...124..342S 32 64 The infrared spectral classification of M-type stars. SHARPLESS S.
1956PASP...68..405W 5 6 The chromospheric spectrum of VV Cephei in April and May 1956. WRIGHT K.O. and McKELLAR A.
1957ApJ...125..661W 184 426 H and K emission in late-type stars: dependance if line width on luminosity and related topics. WILSON O.C. and BAPPU M.K.V.
1957ApJ...126...30W 10 8 Spectroscopic results on 32 Cygni. WELLMANN P.
1957ApJ...126...99B 66 7 Photoelectric spectrophotometry. II. Monochromatic colors of O, B and A-type stars. BONSACK W.K. and STOCK J.
1957PASP...69...31B 6 27 Double lines in the spectrum of rho Cassiopeiae. BIDELMAN W.P. and McKELLAR A.
1957PASP...69..457K 4 4 On the spectral type and luminosity of VV Cep. KEENAN P.C. and WRIGHT J.A.
1958ApJ...128..572B 95 43 Multicolor photoelectric photometry of stars with composite spectra. BAHNG J.D.R.
1958ApJ...128..604H 136 27 Some theoretical aspects of H and K emission in late-type stars. HOYLE F. and WILSON O.C.
1958ApJS....3..141B 336 677 A catalog of magnetic stars. BABCOCK H.W.
1959ApJ...130..499W 12 79 Accuracy of absolute magnitudes derived from widths of H and K emission components. WILSON O.C.
1959SvA.....3..633M 14 6 The visual stellar magnitude of the Sun, the Moon, and the lux. MARTYNOV D.Y.
1960AnAp...23....1L 61 4 Recherches de photometrie stellaire dans l'infrarouge au moyen d'une cellule au sulfure de plomb. LUNEL M.
1961AJ.....66..524B 10 23 The ratio of total to selective absorption. BLANCO V.M. and LENNON C.J.
1962ApJ...135...69J 54 48 Infrared stellar photometry. JOHNSON H.L.
1962ApJ...136..844W 86 T                   1 1 144 Physical conditions in the circumstellar envelope of
alpha Orionis.
1962JO.....45..117B 174 12 Catalogue d'etoiles doubles ayant une composante variable. BAIZE P.
1962ZA.....55..166N 75 1 Lichtelektrische infrarot-Farbenindizes roter Sternen. NECKEL H.
1963AJ.....68..352W 54 13 Photographic determinations of the parallaxes of 60 stars with the Thaw refractor. WAGMAN N.E., DANIEL Z. and CRISSMAN G.B.
1963AJ.....68..644H 19 0 Lowell Observatory Report. HALL J.S.
1963ApJ...137.1306S 4 0 Comments on stellar spectra. STRUVE O.
1963ApJ...138..302J 15 10 Stellar photometry at 5 microns. JOHNSON H.L. and MITCHELL R.I.
1963PASP...75..389B 15 19 Ultraviolet Fe emission in red giants. BIDELMAN W.P. and PYPER D.M.
1964ApJ...139..435W 26 23 10 microns photometry of 25 stars from B8 to M7. WILDEY R.L. and MURRAY B.C.
1964ApJ...140..235K 154 63 The width of H-alpha as a discriminant of luminosity in the spectra of late-type stars. KRAFT R.P., PRESTON G.W. and WOLFF S.C.
1964ApJ...140..833W 2 8 123 Infrared spectra of red giant stars. WOOLF N.J., SCHWARZSCHILD M. and ROSE W.K.
1964SvA.....8..413S 9 1 The influence of bandwidth on the U,B,V parameters. STRAIZHIS V. and ZDANAVICHYUS K.
1965ApJ...141..116D 2 4 62 A search for interstellar ice absorption in the infrared spectrum of mu Cephei. DANIELSON R.E., WOOLF N.J. and GAUSTAD J.E.
1965ApJ...141..923J 100 473 Interstellar extinction in the Galaxy. JOHNSON H.L.
1965ApJ...142..182A 7 21 Mass loss and the formation of white dwarf stars. AUER L.H. and WOOLF N.J.
1965PASP...77Q.138S 5 1 Progress report on H2 and H2O abundances in cool stars. SPINRAD H.
1965BAICz..16...15C 5 9 Program of Fireball photography in Czechoslovakia. CEPLECHA Z. and RATCHL J.
1965VilOB..14....3S 25 10 The selection of spectral regions for heterochromatic photometry. IV. Two-dimensional photometric classification of red stars. STRAIZYS V. and ZDANAVICIUS K.
1966ApJ...145..953K 70 T                   1 1 18 A search for radio emission from the star
alpha Orionis.
1966ApJ...146..326L 3 1 23 The infrared brightness temperature of Uranus. LOW F.J.
1966ApJ...146..399S 9 49 Approximate abundances of the light elements from the molecular spectra of M and S stars. SPINRAD H. and VARDYA M.S.
1966ApJ...146..719L 49 3 The central depth of the lambda 6362 A auto-ionization feature of neutral calcium in stellar spectra. LILLER W.
1966MNRAS.132..485F 52 2 The 4226 A line as a spectrum-luminosity indicator in late-type stars. FERNIE J.D.
1966AnAp...29..525J 33 26 The law of interstellar extinction in Per. JOHNSON H.L. and MENDOZA V E.E.
1966ARA&A...4..193J 36 13 2851 Astonomical measurements in the infrared. JOHNSON H.L.
1966SvA....10...47M 17 6 Infrared spectra of stars (1 to 2.5 microns). MOROS W.I.
1967ApJ...147..575M 13 56 Infrared spectra of low-temperature stars. McCAMMON D., MUNCH G. and NEUGEBAUER G.
1967ApJ...147..587M 218 43 The abundance of lithium in early M-type stars. MERCHANT A.E.
1967ApJ...148L..23S 4 17 Radioemission from stellar coronae. SEAQUIST E.R.
1967ApJ...149..345J 27 46 The colors of M supergiants. JOHNSON H.L.
1967ApJS...14..307E 440 63 Narrow and broad-band photometry of red stars. I. Northern giants. EGGEN O.J.
1967PASP...79..473B 48 6 On the classification of early M giant stars by intermediate-band photometry of the 7050 A TiO bands. BOYCE P.B., OLSEN E.H. and HELT B.E.
1967SvA....11..598K 17 ~ Absolute spectral energy distribution for 18 type B5-M2 stars. KHARITONOV A.V. and KNYAZEVA L.N.
1968AJ.....73...75N 174 4 Relative and absolute photometry of 185 stars. NEFF J.S.
1968AJ.....73..688D 23 32 Photometric polarimetry of late-type stars. DYCK H.M.
1968ApJ...152..123V 85 52 The He line lambda 10830 A in late-type stars. VAUGHAN A.H.J. and ZIRIN H.
1968ApJ...152..905L 11 35 Internal motions in the Orion association. I. The subgroup Ia Ori. LESH J.R.
1968ApJ...154..677G 2 8 134 Stellar spectra from 2.8 to 14 microns. GILLETT F.C., LOW F.J. and STEIN W.A.
1968MNRAS.139..189J 54 7 Narrow band photometry of K and M stars. JONES D.H.P.
1968MNRAS.141..299L 88 32 The dissociation equilibrium of H in stellar atmospheres. LAMBERT D.L. and PAGEL B.E.J.
1968ARA&A...6...13H 22 26 Measurement of stellar diameters. HANBURY BROWN R.
1969ApJ...155L..97G 1 4 39 Detection of the 12.8 micron Ne+ emission line from the planetary nebula IC 418. GILLETT F.C. and STEIN W.A.
1969ApJ...155L.181W 8 6 292 Circumstellar infrared emission from cool stars. WOOLF N.J. and NEY E.P.
1969ApJ...155L.189K 3 3 60 A possible identification of interstellar Silicate absorption in the infrared spectrum of 119 Tauri. KNACKE R.F., GAUSTAD J.E., GILLETT F.C., et al.
1969ApJ...155..935S 88 59 Red supergiants and neutrino emission. STOTHERS R.
1969ApJ...156..389D 10 8 Chromospheres and polarisation in late-type stars. DYCK H.M. and JOHNSON H.R.
1969ApJ...156..541S 13 29 On the pulsation hypothesis for massive red supergiants. STOTHERS R.
1969ApJ...156..989L 5 3 97 On the pressure-induced opacity of molecular hydrogen in late-type stars. LINSKY J.L.
1969ApJ...158L.117T 5 14 1-4 micron spectra of four stars and alpha Tauri. THOMPSON R.I., SCHNOPPER H.W., MITCHELL R.I., et al.
1969MNRAS.143...73B 64 9 Infra-red colours of G, K and M stars. BAHNG J.
1969MNRAS.144..297W 26 140 Surface brightnesses in the UBV system with applications on Mv and dimensions of stars. WESSELINK A.J.
1970A&A.....4..268G 34 10 A search for classification criteria in spectra of K- and M-type stars in the region 5700-6800 angstroems. GAHM G.F.
1970A&AS....1..199H viz 642 16 Narrow-band photometry of late-type stars. HAGGKVIST L. and OJA T.
1970A&AS....2..181C 4 4 Les spectres d'etoiles rouges M et C entre 4000 et 9000 CM-1. II. Transitions atomiques identifiees dans 4 etoiles M. CHAUVILLE J., QUERCI F., CONNES J., et al.
1970AJ.....75..158F 24 4 Stellar and planetary spectra in the infrared from 1.35 to 4.10 microns. FORBES F.F., STONAKER W.F. and JOHNSON H.L.
1970AJ.....75..602H 691 193 The space distribution and kinematics of supergiants. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1970AJ.....75..785J viz 30 94 Infrared spectra for 32 stars. JOHNSON H.J. and MENDEZ M.E.
1970ApJ...159..973W 16 51 Infrared CN bands in M-supergiants and carbon stars. WING R.F. and SPINRAD H.
1970ApJ...160L.173G 1 2 20 The spectrum of VY Canis Majoris from 2.9 to 14 microns. GILLETT F.C., STEIN W.A. and SOLOMON P.M.
1970ApJ...160..531L 1 16 104 Photometric and spectroscopic observations of infrared stars. LOW F.J., JOHNSON H.L., KLEINMANN D.E., et al.
1970ApJ...160..545W 27 114 OH radio emission associated with infrared stars. WILSON W.J., BARRETT A.H. and MORAN J.M.
1970ApJ...160..573B 1 7 74 Cosmic sources of infrared radiation. BURBIDGE G.R. and STEIN W.A.
1970ApJ...161..163B 60 51 The ratio of Titanium to Zirconium in late-type stars. BOESGAARD A.M.
1970ApJ...161L.219G 18 24 Observations of anomalous radiation at long wavelenghts from IC class variables. GEHRZ R.D., NEY E.P. and STRECKER D.W.
1970ApJ...161..855S 65 78 Red supergiants in open clusters. SCHILD R.E.
1970ApJ...162L..73W 4 3 On the presence of silicon monoxide in stellar spectra. WING R.F. and PRICE S.D.
1970ApJ...162..217L 136 474 Photometry of high-luminosity M-type stars. LEE T.A.
1970PASP...82.1231H 5 7 Observational confirmation of a mecanism for the production of extended stellar atmospheres. HILLENDAHL R.W.
1971A&A....10..290S 31 90 Luminosities, masses and periodicities of massive red supergiants. STOTHERS R. and LEUNG K.-C.
1971AJ.....76...40J 31 4 The Wilson-Bappu technique applied to moderate-dispersion spectrograms. JENNINGS M.C. and DYCK H.M.
1971AJ.....76..431D 61 43 Intrinsic polarization in K and M giants and supergiants. DYCK H.M. and JENNINGS M.C.
1971AJ.....76..901D 66 70 Polarimetry of red and infrared stars at 1 to 4 microns. DYCK H.M., FORBES F.F. and SHAWL S.J.
1971ApJ...163L.105W 1 2 15 Detection of radio emission from Antares. WADE C.M. and HJELLMING R.M.
1971ApJ...164...83G 96 149 Observations of infrared radiation from cool stars. GILLETT F.C., MERRILL K.M. and STEIN W.A.
1971ApJ...165...57D 58 58 Visual intrinsic polarization and infrared excess of cool stars. DYCK H.M., FORREST W.J., GILLETT F.C., et al.
1971ApJ...165..285G 111 363 Mass loss from M stars. GEHRZ R.D. and WOOLF N.J.
1971ApJ...166L..49C 67 T                   1 5 24 Silicon monoxide in the infrared spectrum of
alpha Orionis.
1971ApJ...167...85H 13 7 Search for 3.5-millimeter continuum radiation from infrared stars, and related objects. HOBBS R.W. and MARIONNI P.
1971ApJ...170..551H 67 T                   1 1 2 Turbulence velocities in the atmosphere of
alpha Orionis.
1971MNRAS.155..203H 8 33 Rotationally extended stellar envelopes. III. The Be component of VV Cephei. HUTCHINGS J.B. and WRIGHT K.O.
1971PASP...83...49M 5 3 1 mu image-tube spectra of gamma Cassiopeiae and zeta Tauri. MEISEL D.D.
1971PASP...83..301W 15 7 The spectral type and infrared brightness of R Doradus. WING R.F.
1971PASP...83..834C 7 0 The color of Altair. CONDOS T. and REAVES G.
1971SvA....14..690O 4 1 Chemical composition of the atmospheres of type M supergiants. ORLOV M.Y., RODRIGUEZ M.H. and SHAVRINA A.V.
1972A&A....17..385W 449 160 Characteristics of OH emission from infrared stars. WILSON W.J. and BARRETT A.H.
1972A&A....21..239H 58 115 Long wavelength spectrometry and photometry of M, S and C-stars. HACKWELL J.A.
1972AJ.....77...29F 1 4 25 Scanner observations of cool stars from 3400 to 11000 A. FAY T. and HONEYCUTT R.K.
1972ApJ...172...89B 73 T                   1 1 41 Astronomical infrared spectroscopy with a Connes-type interferometer. III.
Alpha Orionis, 2600-3450 cm-1.
1972ApJ...173L...1G 2 11 177 Speckle interferometry: Diffraction-limited measurements of nine stars with the 200-inch telescope. GEZARI D.Y., LABEYRIE A. and STACHNIK R.V.
1972ApJ...175..693C 10 17 The measurement of polarized 10-micron radiation from cool stars with circumstellar shells. CAPPS R.W. and DYCK H.M.
1972ApJ...176..153K 2 5 74 Observations of the stellar Mg II resonance doublet at 2795 and 2802 A. KONDO Y., GIULI R.T., MODISETTE J.L., et al.
1972ApJ...177L..17S 14 50 20-micron fluxes of bright stellar standards. SIMON T., MORRISON D. and CRUIKSHANK D.P.
1972ApJ...177..427J 36 29 The consequences of grains in the atmospheres of late-type stars. I. Intrinsic polarization, infrared excesses and emission lines. JENNINGS M.C. and DYCK H.M.
1972ApJ...178..495D 23 24 Ultraviolet photometry from the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory. VI. Magnesium II 2800 A emission in cool stars. DOHERTY L.R.
1972ApJ...178..715G 72 105 Infrared radiation from RV Tauri stars. I. An infrared survey of RV Tauri stars and related objects. GEHRZ R.D.
1972PASP...84..643S 13 1 Twenty-micron fluxes of bright stellar standards. SIMON T., MORRISON D. and CRUIKSHANK D.P.
1973A&A....22..361N 48 8 Feasibility of UV astronomy by Balloon-Borne observations 1 Stellar spectrophotometry. NAVACH C., LEHMANN M. and HUGUENIN D.
1973A&A....22..371N 48 5 Feasibility of UV astronomy by Balloon-Borne observations. II. Stellar gradients in the near ultraviolet. NAVACH C.
1973A&A....24...79R 30 50 A study of Ca II K2 and H alpha line widths in late type stars. REIMERS D.
1973A&A....25..371K 7 8 Infrared 10 mu emission from condensation nuclei of interstellar grains. KAMIJO F. and DE JONG T.
1973A&A....27..129F 39 28 Stellar chromospheric velocity fields and the width luminosity relations. FOSBURY R.A.E.
1973A&A....28..213C 33 2 Narrow-band photometry of H alpha for late-type stars. CAPLAN J.G.
1973AJ.....78..477S 67 1 A luminosity discriminant for red giants and supergiants. SHARPLESS S. and WAWRUKIEWICZ A.S.
1973ApJ...180...81J 4 2 52 Cooling effect of CO in stellar atmospheres. JOHNSON H.R.
1973ApJ...180..809N 30 66 Dust emission nebulae around Orion O and B stars. NEY E.P., STRECKER D.W. and GEHRZ R.D.
1973ApJ...180..831D 183 59 New H20 sources associated with infrared stars. DICKINSON D.F., BECHIS K.P. and BARRETT A.H.
1973ApJ...181L...1B 70 T                   1 3 71 Speckle interferometry: color-dependent limb darkening evidence on
alpha Orionis and omicron Ceti.
1973ApJ...181..851F 68 T                   1 3 29 Model atmospheres for
1973ApJ...183L..13S 9 20 Cygnids and Taurids-two classes of infrared objects. STRECKER D.W., NEY E.P. and MURDOCK T.L.
1973ApJ...183L.105L 1 5 48 Ground-based observations at 34 microns. LOW F.J., RIEKE G.H. and ARMSTRONG K.R.
1973ApJ...184L..85W 17 20 Observations of silicon monoxide in cool stars at 4.05 microns. WOLLMAN E.R., GEBALLE T.R., GREENBERG L.T., et al.
1973ApJ...184..127A 3 3 71 Observations of the infrared extinction of IRS 5 in W3 compared with the Galactic Center and the Becklin-Neugebauer object. AITKEN D.K. and JONES B.
1973ApJ...184..187T 1 1 10 The effect of saturation on late-star 12C/13C ratios determined from the carbon monoxide first harmonic bands. THOMPSON R.I.
1973ApJ...184..427B 161 100 The strengths of infrared CO and H2O bands in late-type stars. BALDWIN J.R., FROGEL J.A. and PERSSON S.E.
1973ApJ...186..193M 76 73 Broad-band 20-micron photometry of 76 stars. MORRISON D. and SIMON T.
1973ApJ...186..219M 71 T                   1 1 24 The effect of Fe I absorption on the Mg II emission at 2795 angstromgs in
alpha Orionis.
1973ApJ...186..573L 7 7 H2 quadrupole rotation-vibration lines in infrared spectra of cool stars. LAMBERT D.L., BROOKE A.L. and BARNES T.G.
1973MNRAS.161p...3G 1 ~ Grain escape velocities from cool stars. GILMAN R.C.
1973MNRAS.161...85C 38 52 Infra-red observations of young stars. I. Stars in young clusters. COHEN M.
1973MNRAS.165..201T 24 85 Southern infra-red standards, absolute calibration of infra-red photometry. THOMAS J.A., HYLAND A.R. and ROBINSON G.
1973MNRAS.165..363A 7 14 Some features of the infra-red spectrum of NGC 7027, an estimate of its sulphur abundance. AITKEN D.K. and JONES B.
1973PASP...85..255M 8 25 Evaluation of Mauna Kea, Hawaii, as an observatory site. MORRISON D., MURPHY R.E., CRUIKSHANK D.P., et al.
1973PASP...85..289E 135 23 Luminosity and velocity distribution of high-luminosity red stars, near the Sun. I. The very young disk population. EGGEN O.J.
1973SvA....16..962O 6 0 Profiles of the photospheric and circumstellar H alpha line in the spectra of type M supergiants. ORLOV M.Y. and RODRIGUEZ M.H.
1974A&A....36..135G 1 3 Fluorescence lines excited by the Mg II resonance doublet. GREVE A.
1974AJ.....79...34K 332 16 Blue CN-absorption measurements of close binary stars. KOCH R.H.
1974AJ.....79..797S 8 42 Infrared observations of anonymous IRC sources. STRECKER D.W. and NEY E.P.
1974ApJ...187..131C 2 4 57 Four stellar-diameter measurements by a new technique: amplitude interferometry. CURRIE D.G., KNAPP S.L. and LIEWER K.M.
1974ApJ...188..545T 8 5 254 High-resolution spectra of cool stars in the 10- and 20-micron regions. TREFFERS R. and COHEN M.
1974ApJ...188..553F 22 2 Are 2-micron absorptions and 11-micron emissions of M stars related ? FAY T.D.
1974ApJ...189...89D 86 145 Infrared fluxes spectral types and temperatures for very cool stars. DYCK H.M., LOCKWOOD G.W. and CAPPS R.W.
1974ApJ...190L..29C 16 23 High resolution Fourier spectra of stars and planets. CONNES P. and MICHEL G.
1974ApJ...190..339H 16 62 Infrared stars in binary systems. HUMPHREYS R.M. and NEY E.P.
1974ApJ...190..585A 29 17 Observations of the profile of the Ca II infrared triplet line lambda 8498 in late-type stars. ANDERSON C.M.
1974ApJ...191..603S 42 175 Steps towards the Hubble constant. II. The brightest stars in late-type spiral galaxies. SANDAGE A. and TAMMANN G.A.
1974ApJ...193..621L 70 T                   1 1 19 The 12C/13C ratio in stellar atmospheres. II. CN and CO in
alpha Orionis.
1974ApJ...193..631T 6 33 The 12C/13C ratio in stellar atmospheres. III. Alpha Tauri, beta Geminorum and mu Leonis. TOMKIN J. and LAMBERT D.L.
1974MNRAS.169..331N 62 4 The obliquity of the ecliptic two millenia ago. NEWTON R.R.
1974PASP...86..233D 11 34 The spectrum of CH Cygni from 1961 to 1973. DEUTSCH A.J., LOWEN L., MORRIS S.C., et al.
1974PASP...86..276L 4 4 Aluminium oxide in stellar spectra: an infrared electronic transition. LUCK R.E. and LAMBERT D.L.
1974PASP...86..419B 5 12 Atmospheric motions in red supergiants. BROOKE A.L., LAMBERT D.L. and BARNES III T.G.
1974PASP...86..772F 23 24 Scanner observations of selected cool stars. FAY T.D., STEIN W.L. and WARREN W.H.
1974PASP...86..806B 70 T                   1 1 23 The silicon monoxide radical and the atmosphere of
alpha Ori.
1974PASP...86.1014B 9 1 An astronomical test of the dimensional stability of Kodak Estar-base photographic film. BOLTON C.T. and MARTIN C.
1974Natur.249..638G 5 5 Astronomical demonstration of an infrared upconverter. GURSKI T.R., EPPS H.W. and MARAN S.P.
1974PASJ...26..163H 10 12 Spectroscopic observation of the carbon stars Y CVn and U Hya in the 1-micron region. HIRAI M.
1974IAUS...60..377B 30 5 Radio continuum observations of stellar sources. BRAES L.L.E.
1975A&AS...22..171H 124 2 Photoelectric multiband photometry of M giants and supergiants in the blue-visual spectral region. HELT B.E. and GYLDENKERNE K.
1975AJ.....80..512B 66 13 1612-MHz survey of M supergiants. BOWERS P.F.
1975AJ.....80..828U 23 7 Parallaxes of luminous red stars. UPGREN A.R.
1975AJ.....80.1011H viz 1434 53 Classification of 831 two-micron sky survey sources south of +5 degrees. HANSEN O.L. and BLANCO V.M.
1975ApJ...195..689D 74 T                   1 1 41 Circumstellar dust shell models for
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1975ApJ...196L.125K 68 T                   1 6 24 The Mg II doublet emissions near 2800 A observed in alpha Tauri,
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1975ApJ...197..329S 29 100 Detection of new stellar sources of vibrationally excited silicon monoxide maser emission at 6.95 millimeters. SNYDER L.E. and BUHL D.
1975ApJ...198..369B 69 T                   1 4 30 The circumstellar shell of
alpha Orionis from a study of the Fe II emission lines.
1975ApJ...199..427G 72 T                   1 1 29 High-resolution profiles of sodium and potassium lines in
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1975ApJ...199..436T 19 55 The 12 C/13C ratio in stellar atmospheres. IV. Eleven G and K type giants. TOMKIN J., LAMBERT D.L. and LUCK R.E.
1975ApJ...201L..69W 3 14 The angular diameter of alpha Herculis A. WORDEN S.P.
1975ApJ...201L..81H 9 20 Possible identification of a circumstellar 33 micron silicate emission band in cool-star spectra. HAGEN W., SIMON T. and DYCK H.M.
1975ApJ...201L.153B 71 T                   1 2 41 Observations of the circumstellar gas shells around
Betelgeuse and Antares.
1975ApJ...202L..37M 14 38 Initial results of spatial interferometry at 5 microns. McCARTHY D.W. and LOW F.J.
1975ApJ...202..743L 1 4 29 An analysis of the superluminous star HR 8752. LUCK R.E.
1975MNRAS.172..277L 2 2 25 The infrared excess of cool giant stars: a chromospheric contribution. LAMBERT D.L. and SNELL R.L.
1975MNRAS.172..617G 6 5 Ultraviolet chromospheric lines in the spectra of late-type stars. GURZADYAN G.A.
1975PASP...87..349O 14 1 88 On the ratio of total-selective absorption. OLSON B.I.
1975PASP...87..609H 5 7 Detection of a linear polarization decrease in the H-gamma line of zeta Tauri. HAYES D.P.
1975MmSAI..46..231B 9 0 Narrow band photometry of infrared objects at 10.7 microns(1). BALUTEAU J.-P., BUSSOLETTI E., DELAGE C., et al.
1975SvAL....1..166F 32 1 Quantitative classification of M giants from low-resolution spectra. FRISHBERG L.D.
1976A&A....51..313G 8 2 Fluorescence lines excited by the Mg II resonance lines (II). GREVE A.
1976A&A....52..373J 7 7 Absolute ultraviolet spectrophotometry from the TD1 satellite. VIII. Search for the CIV resonance doublet in the late type stars. JAMAR C., MACAU-HERCOT D. and PRADERIE F.
1976AJ.....81..641K 50 19 Wavelength dependence of polarization. XXXI. Cool stars. KRUSZEWSKI A. and COYNE G.V.
1976ApJ...203..455D 32 105 12C/13C ratios in stars ascending the giant branch the first time. DEARBORN D.S.P., EGGLETON P.P. and SCHRAMM D.N.
1976ApJ...204L..41S 12 11 Mass loss in red giants and supergiants. SANNER F.
1976ApJ...204..830B 70 T                   1 3 37 Copernicus observations of
Betelgeuse and Antares.
1976ApJ...205..448B 47 13 Ultraviolet FeII emission in late-type stars. BOESGAARD A.M. and BOESGAARD H.
1976ApJ...205..823W 762 305 Absolute magnitudes of stars from widths of chromospheric CaII emission lines. WILSON O.C.
1976ApJ...205..841G 68 T                   1 3 6 A lower limit on the surface 12C/13C ratio in
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1976ApJ...207..167K 15 35 The behavior of the MgII doublet emissions near 2800 A observed in late-type giants. KONDO Y., MORGAN T.H. and MODISETTE J.L.
1976ApJ...207..174L 75 T                   1 3 106 Digital image reconstruction applied to
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1976ApJ...207..680T 10 9 The infrared emission of upsilon Sagittarii, 89 Herculis, and R Coronae Borealis. TREFFERS R., WOOLF N.J., FINK U., et al.
1976ApJ...207..799A 7 19 Radiative transfer in spherical circumstellar dust envelopes. V. Theoretical circumstellar graphite and silicate emission spectra. APRUZESE J.P.
1976ApJ...208..414Z 188 77 Further observations of the lambda 10830 He line in stars and their significance as a measure of stellar activity. ZIRIN H.
1976ApJ...208..443M 69 T                   1 2 17 Digital restoration of an image of
1976ApJ...209..503F 9 9 A search for variable 430 MHz continuum emission from red giant stars. FIX J.D. and SPANGLER S.R.
1976ApJ...210L.141H 1 4 20 Silicon monoxide in the 4 micron infrared spectrum of long-period variables. HINKLE K.H., BARNES T.G., LAMBERT D.L., et al.
1976ApJ...210..684H 1 7 44 The 12C/13C ratio in stellar atmospheres. VI. Five luminous cool stars. HINKLE K.H., LAMBERT D.L. and SNELL R.L.
1976ApJ...210..713K 5 10 Absolute flux calibration for the Mg II observations near 2800 angstroms. KONDO Y., DUVAL J.E., MODISETTE J.L., et al.
1976ApJS...32..115S 30 76 Mass loss in red giants and supergiants. SANNER F.
1976MNRAS.174..489B 2 28 376 Stellar angular diameters and visual surface brightness. I. Late spectral types. BARNES T.G. and EVANS D.S.
1976PASP...88..285M 1 33 185 2-14 mu m stellar spectrophotometry. I. Stars of the conventional spectral sequence. MERRILL K.M. and STEIN W.A.
1976ApL....18....5J 3 14 Reflection nebulae around red Supergiants. JURA M. and JACOBY G.
1976IzKry..55..127B 468 2 Abundances of lithium in stellar atmospheres. BOYARCHUK M.E.
1976JBAA...86..219E 25 0 Building Chaucer's astrolabe. III. EISNER S.
1976MmSAI..47..593P 11 ~ Diagnostic of stellar chromospheres. III. Diagnostic of chromospheres from spectral lines. PRADERIE F.
1976PASAu...3...26D 10 10 High angular resolution stellar interferometry. DAVIS J.
1976PASJ...28..567T 70 T                   1 3 37 Atmospheres of red supergiant stars. II. The M 2 supergiant star
1976RMxAA...1..343P 68 T                   1 1 0 Measurements of the ultraviolet flux of
1976SvA....19..737K 6 0 On selective absorption in stars of spectral class M.1 The influenceof the blanketing effect on stellar magnitudes and the integrated blocking coefficient. KOMAROV N.S. and DRAGUNOVA A.V.
1977A&A....54...31F 13 6 416 Transformation from theoretical H-R diagrams to C-M diagrams: effective temperatures, colors and bolometric corrections. FLOWER P.J.
1977A&AS...30..381W 63 14 Positions of radio stars. WALTER H.G.
1977AJ.....82..642W 70 T                   1 1 10 Further speckle interferometric studies of
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1977ApJ...211L..35S 4 5 P Cygni profiles in long-period variables. SANNER F.
1977ApJ...214L..79B 60 122 The digital speckle interferometer: preliminary results on 59 stars and 3C 273. BLAZIT A., BONNEAU D., KOECHLIN L., et al.
1977ApJ...214L..85M 69 T                   1 8 55 Angular diameter measurements of
alpha Orionis, VY Canis Majoris and IRC +10216 at 8.3, 10.2 and 11.1 micrometers.
1977ApJ...214..667M 10 21 Radiometric diameters of 84 asteroids from observations in 1974-1976. MORRISON D.
1977ApJ...214..773I 32 15 Two luminosity effects in the spectra of late-type supergiants. IMHOFF C.L.
1977ApJ...215..176S 49 36 Emission lines in the wings of CaII H and K. II. Stellar observations, dependence of line width on luminosity and related topics. STENCEL R.E.
1977ApJ...215..584H 27 26 Spectrophotometry of cool angular-diameter stars. HONEYCUTT R.K., RAMSEY L.W., WARREN W.H., et al.
1977ApJ...217L..97S 71 T                   1 5 79 Spatial heterodyne interferometry of VY Canis Majoris,
alpha Orionis, alpha Scorpii, and R Leonis at 11 microns.
1977MNRAS.178..279B 43 11 K emission line widhts in the Sun and the stars. BAPPU M.K.V. and SIVARAMAN K.R.
1977MNRAS.180..177B 3 28 462 Stellar angular diameters from infrared photometry. Application to Arcturus and other stars with effective temperatures. BLACKWELL D.E. and SHALLIS M.J.
1977PASP...89..320P 1 3 17 Spectra of late-type stars from 4-8 mu. PUETTER R.C., RUSSELL R.W., SELLGREN K., et al.
1977PASP...89Q.613B 3 2 (ABSTRACT) Emission line profile studies in alpha Scorpii. BOESGAARD A.M., CHESLEY D.M. and KUNASZ P.B.
1977PASP...89..840G 8 11 Observations and analysis of carbon monoxide in cool stars at five microns. GEBALLE T.R., WOLLMAN E.R., LACY J.H., et al.
1977JRASC..71..152W 1 4 39 The system of VV Cephei derived from an analysis of the H alpha line. WRIGHT K.O.
1977SvA....21..715D 8 1 Origin of the intrinsic linear polarization of the optical emission of stars with infrared excesses. DOLGINOV A.Z. and MITROFANOV I.G.
1977SvAL....3..272B 4 7 Speckle interferometry of some bright stars with the 6 meter telescope. BALEGA Y.Y. and TIKHONOV N.A.
1978A&A....65..207T 1 2 16 M 43 - An emission nebula in Orion. THUM C., LEMKE D., FAHRBACH U., et al.
1978A&A....68L..23T 1 3 16 A possible identification of H2O thermal emission in the infrared spectra of late-type stars. TSUJI T.
1978A&A....70..399E 27 14 The Ca II line width in late type stars. The Wilson-Bappu effect. ENGVOLD O. and RYGH B.O.
1978AJ.....83..188N 6 6 Airborne photometric observations between 1.25 and 3.25 mu of late-type stars. NORDH H.L., OLOFSSON S.G. and AUGASON G.C.
1978ApJ...220..210H 4 6 123 Infrared scpectroscopy of Mira variables. I. R Leonis: the CO and OH vibration-rotation overtone bands. HINKLE K.H.
1978ApJ...220..619L 1 31 167 Stellar model chromospheres. VI. Empirical estimates of the chromospheric radiative losses of late-type stars. LINSKY J.L. and AYRES T.R.
1978ApJ...221..854L 1 6 48 Constraints on the properties of circumstellar shells from observations of thermal CO and SiO millimeter line emission. LAMBERT D.L. and VANDEN BOUT P.A.
1978ApJ...222L..37H 10 10 The circumstellar envelopes of M giants and supergiants. HAGEN W.
1978ApJ...222..209W 125 126 Photoelectric two-dimensional spectral classification of M supergiants. WHITE N.M. and WING R.F.
1978ApJ...223..583T 9 25 A search for stellar oscillations. TRAUB W.A., MARISKA J.T. and CARLETON N.P.
1978ApJ...224L.123S 3 2 30 Variations in the spatial distribution of 11 micron radiation from omicron Ceti. SUTTON E.C., STOREY J.W.V., TOWNES C.H., et al.
1978ApJ...226L..87M 75 T                   1 1 37 Discovery of polarized light scattered by dust around
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1978ApJ...226..151M 1 11 56 Supersonic stellar winds and rapid mass loss in cool stars. MULLAN D.J.
1978ApJS...38....1H 2 9 94 Circumstellar gas and dust shells of M giants and supergiants. HAGEN W.
1978MNRAS.183p..17B 5 ~ MgII (H&K) emission from luminous M stars. BERNAT A.P. and LAMBERT D.L.
1978MNRAS.183..285B 90 325 Stellar angular diameters and visual surface brightness. III. An improved definition of the relationship. BARNES T.G., EVANS D.S. and MOFFETT T.J.
1978ATsir1009....4K 6 0 Determination of spectral density of radiation from six stars. KHARITONOV A.V., TERESHCHENKO V.M., BOYKO P.N., et al.
1978PASJ...30..409Y 6 12 Mass loss from Mira Ceti. YAMASHITA Y. and MAEHARA H.
1978PASJ...30..435T 8 1 41 Atmospheres of red supergiant stars. III. Light scattering in the circumstellar dust shell and its effect upon the stellar interferometry. TSUJI T.
1979A&A....71...14C 32 13 Ca II emission from stellar chromospheres. CRAM L.E., KRIKORIAN R. and JEFFERIES J.T.
1979A&A....73L..21A 73 T                   1 1 28 The radio emission of
1979A&A....73..346Y 2 3 35 TiH in M-type stars and sunspots. YERLE R.
1979A&A....73..352Y 3 3 On the rotational excitation temperature of M-type stars. YERLE R.
1979A&AS...36..377V 69 T                   1 4 31 A comparison of emission lines in the ultraviolet spectra of alpha Boo (K2IIIp), alpha Tau (K5III),
alpha Ori (M1-2Iab) and alpha Sco (M1.5Iab+B2.5V).
1979AJ.....84..345S 71 21 A survey of infrared stars and planetary nebulae for circumstellar OH emission. SILVERGLATE P., ZUCKERMAN B., TERZIAN Y., et al.
1979AJ.....84..791B 70 T                   1 3 31 Observations of
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1979ApJ...227..446P 5 24 Rotational temperature of sulfur dioxide in OMC-1. PICKETT H.M. and DAVIS J.H.
1979ApJ...228L.115K 14 10 Sporadic mass ejection in red supergiants. KAFATOS M. and MICHALITSIANOS A.G.
1979ApJ...228..838S 24 62 Cool stars: effective temperatures, angular diameters and reddening determined from 1-5 micron flux curves and model atmospheres. SCARGLE J.D. and STRECKER D.W.
1979ApJ...229L..27L 3 21 345 Outer atmospheres of cool stars. I. The sharp division into solar-type and non-solar-type stars. LINSKY J.L. and HAISCH B.M.
1979ApJ...230..442Z 39 46 SiO masers in R Aquarii and other infrared stars. ZUCKERMAN B.
1979ApJ...230..526K 56 27 Balloon-borne ultraviolet stellar spectrograph. I. Instrumentation and observation. KONDO Y., DE JAGER C., HOEKSTRA R., et al.
1979ApJ...230..534D 5 19 Balloon-borne ultraviolet stellar spectrograph. II. Highlights of first observational results. DE JAGER C., KONDO Y., HOEKSTRA R., et al.
1979ApJ...232..485B 75 T                   1 1 35 Velocity fields in the shell of
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1979ApJ...233L.135B 81 T                   1 1 68 Observations of CO circumstellar absorption in the 4.6 micron spectrum of
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1979ApJ...233..611F 1 9 75 16-39 micron spectroscopy of oxygen-rich stars. FORREST W.J., McCARTHY J.F. and HOUCK J.R.
1979ApJ...234..993C 16 19 The RS Canum Venaticorum system BD +61 1211 = 2A 1052+606. CRAMPTON D., DOBIAS J. and MARGON B.
1979ApJ...234.1023B 56 94 Outer atmospheres of cool stars. II. Mg II flux profiles and chromospheric radiative loss rates. BASRI G.S. and LINSKY J.L.
1979ApJS...39..195C 174 106 Ultraviolet photometry from the orbiting astronomical observatory. XXXII. An atlas of ultraviolet stellar spectra. CODE A.D. and MEADE M.R.
1979ApJS...39..537W 73 72 A Copernicus survey of Mg II emission in late-type stars. WEILER E.J. and OEGERLE W.R.
1979ARA&A..17....9M 24 52 Infrared spectroscopy of stars. MERRILL K.M. and RIDGWAY S.T.
1979ARA&A..17..275C 4 11 230 Stellar winds. CASSINELLI J.P.
1979Ap&SS..62..245D 2 8 Large turbulent elements in supergiant photospheres. DE JAGER C. and VERMUE J.
1979BAAS...11..419C 11 32 Survey of the ultraviolet spectra of late-type stars. CARPENTER K.G. and WING R.F.
1979PASJ...31...43T 3 1 16 A probe of optically thin dust shells around late-type stars. TSUJI T.
1979PASJ...31..667K 26 8 Balloon-borne near-infrared multicolor photometry of late-type stars. II. Data analysis. KODAIRA K., TANAKA W., ONAKA T., et al.
1979S&T....57..438P 16 1 IUE., the search for a lukewarm corona. PASACHOFF J.M., LINSKY J.L., HAISCH B.M., et al.
1980AJ.....85.1513S 2 9 Circular polarization from scattering by circumstellar grains. SHAFTER A. and JURA M.
1980ApJ...235..519H 12 39 Outer atmospheres of cool stars. IV. A discussion of cool stellar wind models. HAISCH B.M., LINSKY J.L. and BASRI G.S.
1980ApJ...238..203H 5 23 Ultraviolet spectroscopic observations of VV Cephei. HAGEN W., BLACK J.H., DUPREE A.K., et al.
1980ApJ...242L..25K 70 T                   1 2 29 Detection of CO emission at 1.3 millimeters from the
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1980ApJ...242..260H 14 4 297 Momentum and energy deposition in late-type stellar atmospheres and winds. HARTMANN L. and MacGREGOR K.B.
1980ApJ...242..646W 3 3 45 The occultation of 119 Tauri and the effective temperatures of three M supergiants. WHITE N.M.
1980ApJ...242..673W 6 24 The angular diameters of supergiant stars from speckle interferometry. WELTER G.L. and WORDEN S.P.
1980ApJS...42..541K 552 136 Revised MK spectral types for G, K ans M stars. KEENAN P.C. and PITTS R.E.
1980ApJS...43..501C viz 541 38 Ultraviolet photometry from the orbiting astronomical observatory. XXXIV. Filter photometry of 531 stars of diverse types. CODE A.D., HOLM A.V. and BOTTEMILLER R.L.
1980MNRAS.191p..37B 5 ~ S I emission in EUV spectra of late-type stars. BROWN A. and JORDAN C.
1980MNRAS.193p...1R 4 ~ The effect of photoelectric absorption on the comptonized X-ray spectrum of an accreting white dwarf. ROSS R.R. and FABIAN A.C.
1980MNRAS.193..207A 5 9 8-13 mu spectrophotometry of V1016 Cyg and the shape of the "silicate" feature. AITKEN D.K., ROCHE P.F. and SPENSER P.M.
1980PASP...92..183W 9 7 Additional radial velocities of maser stars and related M supergiants. WALLERSTEIN G. and FAWLEY W.M.
1980AcA....30..285G 69 7 Analysis of shapes of Ca II and Mg II emission cores in late type stars. GLEBOCKI R. and STAWIKOWSKI A.
1980AcA....30..453G viz 1318 13 Catalogue of stars with CA II H and K emissions. GLEBOCKI R., MUSIELAK G. and STAWIKOWSKI A.
1980JRASC..74..216K 11 14 Star dust, mass loss and the late stages of stellar evolution. KWOK S.
1980IUE80......297B 3 ~ The structure of chromospheres around late-type giants and supergiants. BROWN A., FERRAZ M. and JORDAN C.
1980IUE80......317S 14 ~ High resolution absolute flux profiles of the MG II h & k lines in evolved F8 to M5 stars. STENCEL R.E., MULLAN D.J., BASRI G.S., et al.
1981A&A....99..232R 69 T                   1 2 13 Observations of the brightness stucture of
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1981A&AS...44..179P 309 51 A catalogue of variable-visual binary stars. PROUST D., OCHSENBEIN F. and PETTERSEN B.R.
1981AJ.....86..392S 172 80 First observations with the Effelsberg radio telescope at 7-mm wavelength. II. A survey of stars in the vibrationally excited J=1-0 Sio lines. SPENCER JONES H., WINNBERG A., OLNON F.M., et al.
1981AJ.....86.1930B 70 18 Supergiant OH/IR stars. BOWERS P.F.
1981ApJ...244..552J 8 6 IUE high-dispersion spectrum of R Aquarii. JOHNSON H.M.
1981ApJ...245..163V 183 548 Results from an extensive Einstein stellar survey. VAIANA G.S., CASSINELLI J.P., FABBIANO G., et al.
1981ApJ...245..984R 10 8 On the ionization equilibrium in late-type supergiants. RAMSEY L.W.
1981ApJ...246..184B 12 53 Observations of circumstellar carbon monoxide and evidence for multiple ejections in red giants. BERNAT A.P.
1981ApJ...250..293A 44 179 The cool Half of the H-R diagram in soft X-rays. AYRES T.R., LINSKY J.L., VAIANA G.S., et al.
1981ApJ...251L..21H 2 5 64 One-dimentional infrared speckle interferometry. HOWELL R.R., McCARTHY D.W. and LOW F.J.
1981ApJ...251..162B 74 T                   1 3 92 Outer atmospheres of cool stars. VIII. IUE observations and chromospheric models for the supergiant stars beta Draconis, epsilon Geminorum and
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1981ApJ...251..181J 81 T                   1 1 68 Model for the circumstellar gas around
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1981ApJ...251..564M 2 ~ Velocity fields in the shell of the M giant star beta Pegasi. MERCHANT A.B.
1981ApJS...45...73C 115 22 Spectrophotometry with a self-scanned silicon photodiode array. I. Instrumentation and reductions. COCHRAN A.L. and BARNES T.G.
1981MNRAS.194..403J 94 10 Narrow-band photometry of faint red stars. I. JONES D.H.P., SINCLAIR J.E. and ALEXANDER J.B.
1981MNRAS.196p..47S 5 ~ Density sensitive C II lines in cool stars of low gravity. STENCEL R.E., LINSKY J.L., BROWN A., et al.
1981MNRAS.196..801M 6 24 Emission, absorption and self-absorption in circumstellar dust shells. MITCHELL R.M. and ROBINSON G.
1981MNRAS.197..791S 16 18 Far UV observations of late K and M type stars. STICKLAND D.J. and SANNER F.
1981AN....302...53B 209 12 Beobachtungsergebnisse der Berliner Arbeitsgemeinschaft fur Veranderliche Sterne e.V.(BAV). BRAUNE W., HUEBSCHER J. and MUNDRY E.
1981SAAOC...6...10D 983 46 DDO observations of southern stars. DEAN J.F.
1982A&A...105...85R 37 80 Effective temperatures, and radii of luminous O and B stars: a test for the accuracy of the model atmospheres. REMIE H. and LAMERS H.J.G.L.M.
1982A&A...105..400T 25 41 A direct UBV color measurement of the Sun. TUG H. and SCHMIDT-KALER T.
1982A&A...110..324S 3 6 Interferometric measurements of stellar positions in the infrared. SUTTON E.C., SUBRAMANIAN S. and TOWNES C.H.
1982A&A...115..253B 73 T                   1 1 24 The angular diameter of
1982A&AS...47..341K 546 10 Picture gallery : a structured presentation of DAO-2 photometric data supported by OAO-2 spectrophotometric data and UBV, and TD1 observations. KOORNNEEF J., MEADE M.R., WESSELIUS P.R., et al.
1982ApJ...252..616K 1 36 287 Mass loss from evolved stars. I. Observations of 17 stars in the CO(2-1) line. KNAPP G.R., PHILLIPS T.G., LEIGHTON R.B., et al.
1982ApJ...252..644B 1 3 15 International ultraviolet explorer observations of alpha Scorpii. BERNAT A.P.
1982ApJ...254..670W 29 21 An occultation angular diameter in Halpha light. WHITE N.M., KREIDL T.J. and GOLDBERG L.
1982ApJ...256..189L 31 59 Lithium in late-type giants. II. 31 M giants and supergiants. LUCK R.E. and LAMBERT D.L.
1982ApJ...257..179W 199 16 Photoelectric measures of chromospheric H and K and He in giant stars. WILSON O.C.
1982ApJ...257..225S 39 95 On the reality of a boundary in the H-R diagram between late-type stars with and without high temperature outer atmospheres. SIMON T., LINSKY J.L. and STENCEL R.E.
1982ApJ...258..280K 10 5 271 From red giants to planetary nebulae. KWOK S.
1982ApJ...260..655Z 416 84 Lambda 10830 He I observations of 455 stars. ZIRIN H.
1982ApJ...262..201R 74 37 Observations of the first-overtone silicon monoxide bands in late-type stars. RINSLAND C.P. and WING R.F.
1982ApJ...263L..85N 79 T                   1 1 51 Radio emission from the extended chromosphere of
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1982ApJ...263..252H 41 58 Further observational evidence for a coronal boundary line in the cool star region of the H-R diagram. HAISCH B.M. and SIMON T.
1982MNRAS.200..197R 27 107 Radiative transfer in dust clouds. II. Circumstellar dust shells around early M giants and supergiants. ROWAN-ROBINSON M. and HARRIS S.
1982MNRAS.200..445D 134 10 Optical observations of ultraviolet objects. -I. Spectral classification of 103 stars. DWORETSKY M.M., WHITELOCK P.A. and CARNOCHAN D.J.
1982PASP...94..835H 59 19 Observations of cool stars at 20,25 and 33 muM. HAGEN W.
1982BICDS..23...53H 441 0 Variable stars in the General Catalogue of trigonometric parallaxes. HOFFLEIT D.
1982IBVS.2104....1K 69 T                   1 2 5 BV Photometry of
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1982IUE82.......54J 4 ~ Abundance fluctuations in the interstellar medium. JURA M.
1982IUE82......255O 14 ~ The ultraviolet spectra of R and N type stars. O'BRIEN G.T. and JOHNSON H.R.
1982IUE82......259S 6 ~ High dispersion far ultraviolet spectra of cool stars. STENCEL R.E., LINSKY J.L. and AYRES T.R.
1982IUE3r........3L 31 ~ The structure, energy balance, and winds of cool stars. LINSKY J.L.
1983A&A...124..256B 185 49 Nineteen new spectroscopic binaries and the rate of binary stars among F-M supergiants. BURKI G. and MAYOR M.
1983A&A...124..309E 44 6 Flux density monitoring of radio stars observable by Hipparcos at S-Band and X-Band. ESTALELLA R., PAREDES J.M. and RIUS A.
1983A&A...126..387R 1 3 15 A heterodyne spectrometer for astronomical measurements at 10 micrometers. ROTHERMEL H., KAEUFL H.U. and YU Y.
1983A&A...128..335P 25 42 The IR silicate features as a measure of grain size in circumstellar dust. PAPOULAR R. and PEGOURIE B.
1983A&AS...51..463W 55 9 Principal components analysis of spectral data. II. Error analysis and applications to interstellar reddening, luminosity classification of M supergiants, and the analysis of VV Cephei stars. WHITNEY C.A.
1983A&AS...52..279C 8 5 Meridian circle observations of FK4 radio stars. CARRASCO G., COSTA E. and LOYOLA P.
1983ApJ...264..152B 1 9 80 Observations of the extinction and excitation of the molecular hydrogen emission in Orion. BECKWITH S., EVANS II N.J., GATLEY I., et al.
1983ApJ...265..952J 8 21 The ultraviolet spectra of three N-type carbon stars. JOHNSON H.R. and O'BRIEN G.T.
1983ApJ...266L..17F 1 47 239 Is there nonluminous matter in dwarf spheroidal galaxies ? FABER S.M. and LIN D.N.C.
1983ApJ...266..701K 15 29 The HI content of envelopes around evolved stars. KNAPP G.R. and BOWERS P.F.
1983ApJ...270L..23R 76 T                   1 1 39 High angular resolution observations of
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1983ApJ...272..175R 1 3 26 The circumstellar dust of MU Cephei. ROGERS C., MARTIN P.G. and CRABTREE D.R.
1983ApJ...272..665E 15 24 Outer atmospheres of cool stars. XIV. A model for the chromosphere and transition region of beta Ceti (G9.5 III). ERIKSSON K., LINSKY J.L. and SIMON T.
1983ApJ...274..286H 42 36 The circumstellar envelopes and chromospheres of cool giants and supergiants. HAGEN W., STENCEL R.E. and DICKINSON D.F.
1983ApJ...275..125P 44 11 The brighter 94 micron sources observed by the far-infrared sky survey experiment. PRICE S.D., SHIVANANDAN K., MURDOCK T.L., et al.
1983ApJS...53..815Z 86 74 Stellar chromospheres : H alpha and Ca II K profiles. ZARRO D.M. and RODGERS A.W.
1983MNRAS.203..125C 1 6 45 Circumstellar silicon chemistry and the SiO maser. CLEGG R.E.S., VAN IJZENDOORN L.J. and ALLAMANDOLA L.J.
1983PASP...95..550H 4 2 High-resolution spectroscopy of late-type circumstellar shells. HINKLE K.H.
1983PASP...95..786D 51 6 Seeing measurements at Mauna Kea from infrared speckle interferometry. DYCK H.M. and HOWELL R.R.
1983Ap&SS..94..333H 4 19 Observationally-based infrared efficiencies and Planck means for circumstellar dust grains. HENNING T., GURTLER J. and DORSCHNER J.
1983Ap&SS..97..405H 4 12 The nature of the 10 and 20 micrometer features in circumstellar dust shells. HENNING T.
1983BICDS..24...19K 570 27 Revised MK spectral standard stars later than G0. KEENAN P.C.
1983BAAS...15..966C 69 T                   1 1 0 Characteristics of the Fe II and C II chrosmospheric emission lines in
alpha Ori as a function of time.
1983IzKry..67...13B 295 8 Effective temperatures, gravities and metallicity for late-type stars based on their scanner observations. BURNASHEV V.I.
1983QJRAS..24...14T 12 0 The Cerberus Slab of Hatra may represent important astronomical events. TUMAN V.S.
1984A&A...130..341M 70 T                   1 5 30 The
Betelgeuse shell : CCD/Fabry-Perot surface brightness photometry at K I lambda 7699A and mass loss.
1984A&A...132..370S 75 T                   1 1 30 The polarization of
alpha Orionis. I. Interpretation of broadband measures.
1984A&A...132..375C 70 T                   1 3 18 The polarization of
alpha Orionis. II. Interpretation of narrowband measures.
1984A&A...133..363K 44 4 A comparison between various UV photometric systems for late-type stars. KJAERGAARD P., NORGAARD-NIELSEN H.U., CACCIARI C., et al.
1984AJ.....89..151R 16 6 Cloudcroft occultation summary. III. 1982. RADICK R.R., HENRY G.W. and SHERLIN J.M.
1984ApJ...276L..21B 4 2 48 Diffraction-limited spatial resolution of circumstellar dust shells at 10 microns. BLOEMHOF E.E., TOWNES C.H. and VANDERWYCK A.H.B.
1984ApJ...281..739H 75 T                   1 2 64 Oxygen isotopes in the atmospheres of
Betelgeuse and Antares.
1984ApJ...282..200J 4 3 72 Multiple circumstellar shells and radiation pressure on grains in the outflows from late-type giants. JURA M.
1984ApJ...283..457J 61 108 The infrared CA II triplet - A luminosity indicator for stellar population synthesis. JONES J.E., ALLOIN D.M. and JONES B.J.T.
1984ApJ...284..223L 101 T                   1 1 161 Carbon, nitrogen and oxygem abundances in
1984ApJ...284..238H 94 T                   1 1 126 On the extended chromosphere of
alpha Orionis.
1984ApJ...285..181C 72 T                   1 2 30 Characteristics of the Fe II and C II emission in high-resolution IUE spectra (2300-3000 A) of
alpha Orionis.
1984ApJ...287L..43B 15 30 The temperature of C II emission-line formation regions in cool stars. BROWN A. and CARPENTER K.G.
1984ApJS...54..177R 2 5 53 An atlas of late-type stellar spectra, 2400-2778 inverse centimeters. RIDGWAY S.T., CARBON D.F., HALL D.N.B., et al.
1984ApJS...55..179H 74 T                   1 1 25 Variations of
Betelgeuse's optical linear polarization over four consecutive observing seasons: 1979-1983.
1984MNRAS.210..239J 4 5 114 Selective excitation of Fe II in the laboratory and late-type stellar atmospheres. JOHANSSON S. and JORDAN C.
1984PASP...96..354G 174 4 Photometry of the Mg b + MgH feature for a sample of bright stars. GUINAN E.F. and SMITH G.H.
1984PASP...96..366G 77 T                   1 1 42 The variability of
alpha Orionis.
1984AcA....34...97E 125 19 A redetermination of the Barnes-Evans relation for surface flux in the V band. EATON J.A. and POE C.H.
1984ATsir1320....7L 35 0 Declinations of 35 radiostars. LAZORENKO P.F.
1984BAAS...16..405B 69 T                   1 1 2 A giant asymmetric dust shell around
1984BAAS...16..892D 69 T                   1 1 0 On the polarization of
alpha Orionis.
1984BAAS...16..939C 69 T                   1 2 1 Interpreting
alpha Orionis speckle interferometry.
1984IzKry..69...71N 307 0 The observations of the emission from some stars at millimeter wavelengths. NESTEROV N.S.
1984JAVSO..13...31W 2 2 Semiregular variables: are they chaotic or ringing ? WHITNEY C.A.
1984IUE84......445L 28 ~ A progress report on the analysis of long exposure SWP high resolution spectra of cool stars. LINSKY J.L., AYRES T.R., BROWN A., et al.
1984IUE84......450C 69 T                   1 2 ~ Chromospheric emission lines in high-resolution LWR spectra (2200 - 3000A) of gamma Cru (M3 III) and
alpha Ori (M2 Iab).
1984IUE84......462D 69 T                   1 1 ~
Betelgeuse at maximum luminosity.
1985A&A...142..451P 31 50 The optical properties of dust in the mid-IR silicate bands. PEGOURIE B. and PAPOULAR R.
1985A&A...145..232C 25 13 Polarization measurements of late-type stars at Hbeta and Ca IIK. CLARKE D., SCHWARZ H.E. and STEWART B.G.
1985A&A...147..111S 25 6 Narrow band polarimetry of a sample of cool giants and supergiants. SCHWARZ H.E.
1985ApJ...292..487J 3 7 119 Condensation onto grains in the outflows from mass-losing red giants. JURA M. and MORRIS M.
1985ApJ...292..640K 1 105 648 Mass loss from evolved stars. III. Mass loss rates for fifty stars from CO J = 1-0 observations. KNAPP G.R. and MORRIS M.
1985ApJ...293..273K 52 177 Mass loss from evolved stars. IV. The dust-to-gas ratio in the envelopes of Mira variables and carbon stars. KNAPP G.R.
1985ApJ...294..242S 2 17 251 Submillimeter observations of evolved stars. SOPKA R.J., HILDEBRAND R., JAFFE D.T., et al.
1985ApJ...295L..21R 75 T                   1 1 33 An image reconstruction of
alpha Orionis.
1985ApJ...299L..37B 72 T                   1 1 18 Rapid variation in the circumstellar 10 micron emission of
alpha Orionis.
1985ApJS...57...91E 296 239 M supergiants in the Milky Way and the Magellanic Clouds: colors, spectral types, and luminosities. ELIAS J.H., FROGEL J.A. and HUMPHREYS R.A.
1985AbaOB..59...83B 1592 43 Catalogue of the energy distribution data in spectra of stars in the uniform spectrophotometric system. BURNASHEV V.I.
1985BICDS..29...25K 567 19 1985 revised MK spectral standards : stars G0 and later. KEENAN P.C. and YORKA S.B.
1985BAAS...17..598K 69 T                   1 1 0 On a possible close companion to
alpha Ori.
1985IAUS..111..193D 11 6 Measuring stars with high angular resolution : current status and future prospects. DAVIS J.
1985IAUS..111..459P 12 1 A comparison of direct and indirect methods of determination of stellar angular diameters PASTORI L., PASINETTI L.E. and ANTONELLO E.
1985ESA7..R....151E 16 0 Excitation mechanisms in the atmospheres of yellow and red giant and supergiant stars. ENGVOLD O., KJELDSETH-MOE O., JENSEN E., et al.
1986A&A...154..185O 132 64 Magnetic structure in cool stars. IX. Ultraviolet emission lines from chromospheres and transition regions. ORANJE B.J.
1986A&A...158..143N 7 7 A study of the dust distribution and extinction law in Mon R2. NATTA A., BECKWITH S., EVANS II N.J., et al.
1986A&A...161L..15M 69 T                   1 1 0 Comments on the hotspots model for the polarization of
alpha Orionis.
1986A&A...168..211L 71 T                   1 1 8 The polarized dust shell around
alpha Orionis. I. New UBV measurements.
1986A&A...168..217M 69 T                   1 5 16 The polarized dust shell around
alpha Orionis. II. The silicon fractional condensation, mass-loss rate and grain radius.
1986A&AS...65..607O 5418 387 IRAS catalogues and atlases. Atlas of Low-Resolution Spectra. OLNON F.M., RAIMOND E. (The IRAS Science Team)
1986ApJ...305L..77R 71 T                   1 1 11 New observations of
alpha Orionis with a rotation shearing interferometer.
1986ApJ...306..605G 117 T K                 1 1 54 The ionization structure of the circumstellar envelope of
alpha Orionis.
1986ApJ...307..261D 107 T K                 1 1 12 On the polarization of
alpha Orionis.
1986ApJ...308..260K 113 T K                 1 1 36 On the alpha Orionis triple system. KAROVSKA M., NISENSON P. and NOYES R.
1986ApJ...308..859S 14 36 Ultraviolet and infrared observations of stars with "quenched" chromospheres and the nature of mass loss. STENCEL R.E., CARPENTER K.G. and HAGEN W.
1986ApJ...309..737C 112 T K                 1 1 34 Diameter and limb-darkening measures for
alpha Orionis.
1986ApJ...309..745H 106 T K                 1 2 21 Two-dimensional images of
alpha Orionis.
1986ApJ...310L..39J 1 4 22 Detection of 12 micron MgI and OH lines in stellar spectra. JENNINGS D.E., DEMING D., WIEDEMANN G.R., et al.
1986ApJ...311..345Z 163 204 Dust grains and gas in the circumstellar envelopes around luminous red giant stars. ZUCKERMAN B. and DYCK H.M.
1986ApJS...62..147B 1893 158 E.W. Fick Observatory stellar radial velocity measurements. I. 1976-1984. BEAVERS W.I. and EITTER J.J.
1986ApJS...62..899O 65 51 The 10830 A chromospheric line of helium in bright stars. O'BRIEN G.T.Jr and LAMBERT D.L.
1986MNRAS.222..273R 136 118 Models for IRAS observations of circumstellar dust shells around late-type stars. ROWAN-ROBINSON M., LOCK T.D., WALKER D.W., et al.
1986ARA&A..24...89T 2 4 38 Molecules in stars. TSUJI T.
1986ARA&A..24..377D 3 12 156 Mass loss from cool stars. DUPREE A.K.
1986Ap&SS.118..227T 11 7 Turbulence, convection and mixing in red giant stars : some empiricalapproaches based on high resolution spectroscopy. TSUJI T.
1986BAAS...18..697W 2 0 Detection of the 12.32 mu.m Mgl line and OH rotational lines in stellar spectra. WIEDEMANN G., DEMING D., JENNINGS D.E., et al.
1986BAAS...18..954B 69 T                   1 2 0 Detection of HI emission from the circumstellar envelope of
alpha Orionis (Betelgeuse).
1986BAAS...18..961W 3 1 Color-dependent angular diameter variations in M supergiants. WHITE N.M.
1986BAAS...18..982D 69 T                   1 1 1 Short-term periodic variability in
alpha Orionis.
1986IrAJ...17..227J 3 6 Wave-driven winds from cool stars : progress and problems. JORDAN C.
1986JAVSO..15...15K 69 T                   1 3 3 Photometry of
alpha Orionis, CE Tauri and mu Cephei.
1986MitAG..67..101D 7 1 Mass loss from cool stars. DUPREE A.K.
1986S&T....71..450K 5 0 M Stars : Supergiants to Dwarfs. KALER J.B.
1986S&T....72..130K 36 0 The K stars : orange giants and dwarfs. KALER J.B.
1986SSRv...43..211V 35 17 Dark companions of stars. VAN DE KAMP P.
1986UppOR..32....0V 69 T                   1 1 1 The chemical composition of
alpha Orionis.
1986NIA86.......17J 20 ~ Chormospheres of cool stars. JORDAN C.
1986NIA86.......99C 7 ~ FF II emission line profiles in spectra of high luminosity non-coronal stars. CARPENTER K.G.
1986NIA86......129J 18 ~ EUV line emission as a diagnostic of cool giant stars. JORAS P.
1986NIA86......221S 69 T                   1 1 ~ Long-term spectroscopic monitoring of
alpha Orionis.
1987A&A...173..247M 2 18 168 Changes of surface chemistry for standard massive star evolution: cartography in the HR diagram. MAEDER A.
1987A&A...186..177P 30 5 Flux density and polarization observations of Hipparcos radio stars. PAREDES J.M., ESTALELLA R. and RIUS A.
1987A&AS...67....1C 394 3 Santiago declination catalogue. A declination catalogue of 412 FK4 stars (equinox 1950.0). CARRASCO G. and LOYOLA P.
1987A&AS...69..465K viz 60 42 Spectrophotometry of bright F-, G-, K- and M-type stars. I. Measurements of 60 southern and equatorial stars. KIEHLING R.
1987A&AS...71..153M 4 1 The Fe II emission in the UV spectrum of CH Cyg. MARSI C. and SELVELLI P.L.
1987AJ.....94..981L 277 144 Additional late-type stars with technetium. LITTLE S.J., LITTLE-MARENIN I.R. and HAGEN BAUER W.
1987ApJ...313..400H 113 T K                 1 1 38 CO in the circumstellar envelope of
alpha Orionis.
1987ApJ...314..690H 107 T K                 1 2 30 The H alpha chromosphere of
alpha Orionis.
1987ApJ...315..305B 108 T K                 1 3 51 Detection of H I emission from the circumstellar envelope of
alpha Orionis.
1987ApJ...317L..85D 115 T K                 1 1 46 Periodic photospheric and chromospheric modulation in
alpha Orionis (Betelgeuse).
1987ApJS...65..255L 17 32 Further observatons of the He I 10830 A chromospheric line in stars. LAMBERT D.L.
1987MNRAS.224..335S 82 T                   1 1 48 The circumstellar environment of
alpha Orionis.
1987PASP...99.1134K 4 1 17 The overall structure of gas in the galaxy. KNAPP G.R.
1987Ast....15d...6L 70 T                   1 1 0
1987Ap&SS.136..133P 22 10 Optical properties of circumstellar silicates in the visible and the near-infrared. PEGOURIE B.
1987BAAS...19..702H 70 T                   1 1 ~ Diffraction-limited imaging of
alpha Orionis.
1987BAAS...19..705C 2 0 A roadmap to the ultraviolet spectrum of cool, non-coronal stars. CARPENTER K.G., PESCE J., STENCEL R.E., et al.
1987BAAS...19..706S 70 T                   1 1 0 VLA observations of rapid 6 cm flux variations in
alpha Ori.
1987BAAS...19..748N 6 ~ Speckle imaging at CfA. NISENSON P., KAROVSKA M., NOYES R., et al.
1987BAAS...19..754H 70 T                   1 1 0 On the variable elliptical polarization of
alpha Orionis.
1987BAAS...19..755K 70 T                   1 1 3 High angular resolution speckle imaging of
alpha Ori.
1987BAAS...19Z1028P 70 T                   1 1 ~ Radial velocity variations of
alpha Orionis (Betelgeuse).
1987Msngr..47...43P 3 4 Coronography at La Silla : high resolution imaging of faint features near bright objects. PARESCE F. and BURROWS C.
1987MitAG..70..365G 1 1 Chemistry in circumstellar shells. GAIL H.-P., GAUGER A., GOERES A., et al.
1987RMxAA..14..380H 9 1 Observaciones con IUE e IRAS de gigantes y supergigantes rojas. HAGEN W., CARPENTER K.G. and STENCEL R.E.
1987RMxAA..14..385M 91 3 A preliminary report on photometric measurements of the helium line lambda 10830A. MENDOZA V E.E.
1987IAUS..120...51V 6 2 53 Photodissociation processes of astrophysical molecules. VAN DISHOECK E.F.
1987IAUS..120..379G 7 5 The effects of chromospheric radiation on the circumstellar chemistryof evolved stars. GLASSGOLD A.E.
1987IAUS..120..395V 5 2 Chemistry in stellar atmospheres : theoretical studies and comparisonwith observations. VARDYA M.S.
1987IAUS..120..409T 8 7 Detection of unresolved circumstellar lines in stellar infrared spectra and discovery of quasi-static molecular envelope around red giant stars. TSUJI T.
1987IAUS..120..583L 5 4 Observations of molecules in stellar atmospheres - Chemistry near thermal equilibrium. LAMBERT D.L.
1987IAUS..122...67W 9 ~ Circumstellar dust around FU Orionis stars. WELIN G.
1987IAUS..122..307R 11 22 What do binaries teach us about mass-loss from late-type stars ? REIMERS D.
1987IAUS..122..377T 5 7 CO molecule in transition region between chromosphere and cool stellar wind : a new probe on the outer atmospheres of cool luminous stars. TSUJI T.
1987IAUS..122..383H 70 T                   1 1 0 Images of the envelope of
alpha Orionis.
1987IAUS..122..471S 3 2 Spectroscopy and polarimetry of the R Aquarii system. SCHWARZ H.E. and ASPIN C.
1987LNP87.291...72D 17 ~ Nonthermal phenomena in stellar coronae : evidence from radio observations. DULK G.A.
1987LNP87.291..164C 12 ~ MG II emission lines in the spectra of cool, high luminosity stars. CARPENTER K.G., STENCEL R.E. and PESCE J.E.
1987LNP87.291..250M 1 ~ Stars with thin and thick convection zones : M giants. MacGREGOR K.B.
1987LNP87.291..294J 12 ~ Re-examining the "corona-wind dividing line" : diagnostic of "non-coronal" atmospheres. JUDGE P.G.
1987LNP87.291..315E 18 ~ The Wilson-Bappu relationship - A barometric effect. ENGVOLD O. and ELGAROY O.
1987LNP87.291..333D 6 ~ Winds and shells around low-mass supergiants. DUPREE A.K. and BOND H.E.
1987LNP87.291..337B 70 T                   1 1 ~ VLA observations of rapid 6 cm flux variations in
alpha Ori.
1987LNP87.291..361D 2 ~ Infrared spectroscopy of the sun and stars. DEMING D.
1987LNP87.291..380S 9 ~ Far infrared circumstellar "debris" shells of red supergiant stars. STENCEL R.E., PESCE J.E. and HAGEN BAUER W.
1987LNP87.291..399J 12 ~ Red giant stars. JOHNSON H.R.
1987LNP87.291..477S 5 ~ The MCMath solar-stellar synoptic program. SMITH M.A. and GIAMPAPA M.S.
1988A&A...197..205B 7 10 Electron densities in late-type stars. BYRNE P.B., DUFTON P.L., KINGSTON A.E., et al.
1988A&AS...72..259D 327 777 Mass loss rates in the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram. DE JAGER C., NIEUWENHUIJZEN H. and VAN DER HUCHT K.A.
1988AJ.....95..141S 79 35 Far-infrared circumstellar "debris" shells of red supergiant stars. STENCEL R.E., PESCE J.E. and HAGEN BAUER W.
1988ApJ...325..355E 12 26 The outer atmospheres of the coolest M giants : ultraviolet spectra of rho Persei, 2 Centauri, g Herculis, theta Apodis and R Lyrae. EATON J.A. and JOHNSON H.R.
1988ApJ...327..894C 37   K                 2 18 Multiwavelength images of alpha Orionis. CHRISTOU J.C., HEBDEN J.C. and HEGE E.K.
1988ApJ...328..797M 34 2 279 The photodissociation of CO in circumstellar envelopes. MAMON G.A., GLASSGOLD A.E. and HUGGINS P.J.
1988ApJ...331..463W 37   K                 1 10 Photodestruction rates in the circumstellar shell of alpha by chromospheric radiation. WIRSICH J.
1988ApJ...331..974K 37   K                 4 34 Small-scale structure in the interstellar medium. I. Discovery of very small molecular clouds toward alpha Orionis. KNAPP G.R. and BOWERS P.F.
1988ApJ...334..362C 280 110 The transition from oxygen-rich to carbon stars. CHAN S.J. and KWOK S.
1988MNRAS.231..169S 18 21 Circumstellar environments - II. The silicate emission band and cool stellar mass loss rates. SKINNER C.J. and WHITMORE B.
1988MNRAS.231..419J 1 4 24 The excitation of SI emission lines in chromospheres of late-type giant stars. JUDGE P.G.
1988MNRAS.233..649M 24 5 Consequences of a chromospheric temperature rise on the formation of the H-alpha line in late-type supergiants. MALLIK S.V. and MALLIK D.C.V.
1988MNRAS.235..603S 45 24 Circumstellar environments - III. M-supergiants. SKINNER C.J. and WHITMORE B.
1988Aster.101....7T 4 0 Program de observacion de Betelgeuse. TORRELL S.
1988Aster.102...18I 16 0 Grupos de estudio. IPARRAGUIRRE J.
1988Aster.107...17T 5 0 Comportamientos recientes de algunas variables. TORRELL S.
1988AZh....65.1187B 1 1 The methods of restoration of radial brightness distribution across a stellar disk from speckle interferometric data and its application to analysis of observations of alpha Orionis. BOGDANOV M.B.
1988Ap&SS.141...75S 13 3 Spectral studies of molecules of astrophysical interest. SINGH M.
1988Ap&SS.142...61D 17 0 A plea for better astrophysical and astrometric data case of double stars of peculiar interest. DEBARBAT S. and CHOLLET F.
1988Ap&SS.142..289V 7 9 Evidence for mass loss in visual binary stars. VALLS-GABAUD D.
1988BICDS..35...37K 614 31 1988 revised MK spectral standards for stars G0 and later. KEENAN P.C. and YORKA S.B.
1988BAAS...20..995C 5 0 The far-UV spectrum of K and M supergiant stars. CARPENTER K.G.
1988BAAS...20.1012R 3 1 Detection of supergiant variability with the HAO/Lowell/AFGL solar stellar spectrophotometry project (S3). RAMSEY L.W., MIHALAS D., RADICK R., et al.
1988IUEEN..29...45. 439 0 Merged log of IUE observations.
1988IBVS.3227....1K 3 3 Photometry of alpha Ori (Betelgeuse), gamma Ori and phi-2 Ori. KRISCIUNAS K. and FISHER D.
1988PZ.....22..881B 1 0 Investigation of the envelope of alpha Orionis from the high angular resolution observations. BOGDANOV M.B.
1988PhR...170...99R 1 3 20 Interferometric imaging in optical astronomy. RODDIER F.
1988PAZh...14...60S 6 3 The observation of HII regions around dzeta Oph and other O-B stars. SHESTAKOVA L.I., KUTIREV A.S. and ATAEV A.S.
1988PASJ...40..475W 72 1 An indication of extended chromospheres in Line Width-Luminosity Relations. WATANABE T.
1988RvPD...16...16P 23 0 L'activite d'origine magnetique dans les etoiles. PRADERIE F.
1988VilOB..80....7S 397 ~ Energy distribution in the stellar spectra of different spectral types and luminosities. V. Normal stars. SVIDERSKIENE Z.
1988IAUS..132..163J 6 1 Spectroscopy of cool stars from IUE data. JUDGE P.G.
1988IUE88...1...59D 14 ~ Some recent results from the study of cool stars. DUPREE A.K.
1988IUE88...1..249S 2 ~ Direct UV observations of the circumstellar envelope of alpha Orionis. STENCEL R.E., CARPENTER K.G., PESCE J.E., et al.
1988IUE88...1..365D 4 ~ Periodic modulation of the atmosphere of alpha Orionis. DUPREE A.K., BALIUNAS S.L. and GUINAN E.F.
1988IUE88...1..369B 6 ~ MG II line profiles of the Mira S Carinae. BRUGEL E.W., BOOKBINDER J.A. and BROWN A.
1989A&A...208...77H 77 33 A multifrequency study of circumstellar envelopes of cool giants and supergiants. HESKE A.
1989A&A...210...78S 23 66 Molecular emission lines from the envelopes of evolved stars. SOPKA R.J., OLOFSSON H., JOHANSSON L.E.B., et al.
1989A&A...210..198L 5 18 The polarized dust envelope around the red supergiant mu Cephei. LE BORGNE J.F. and MAURON N.
1989A&A...217L..13H 1 2 14 Wave propagation in dusty cool stellar envelopes. HAVNES O., HARTQUIST T.W. and PILIPP W.
1989A&A...217...57A 80 54 A comparative study of Na I and Ca II infrared lines in stars, star clusters and galaxy nuclei : an alternative to the dwarf-enriched population. ALLOIN D. and BICA E.
1989A&A...218L...5H 1 6 30 Irregular structure of the envelope around the carbon-rich star TX Psc. HESKE A., TE LINTEL HEKKERT P. and MALONEY P.R.
1989A&A...220...92S 24 31 The centimeter radio continuum from IRC +10216 and other late-type stars with mass-loss envelopes. SAHAI R., CLAUSSEN M.J. and MASSON C.R.
1989A&A...226L..17T 71 T                   1 1 5 Variations in the chromospheric CaII lines of
alpha Orionis.
1989A&A...226..183V 168 55 A comparison between CO-, OH- and IR-mass-loss rates of evolved stars. VAN DER VEEN W.E.C.J. and RUGERS M.
1989A&AS...78..511P 1220 3 Stellar integrated fluxes in the wavelength range 380 nm - 900 nm derived from Johnson 13-colour photometry. PETFORD A.D. and BLACKWELL D.E.
1989AJ.....97.1763B 16 11 10 mu.m speckle interferometry observations of evolved stars. BENSON J.A., TURNER N.H. and DYCK H.M.
1989AJ.....98.2233S 3 3 47 Radial-velocity variations in alf Ori, alf Sco, and alf Her. SMITH M.A., PATTEN B.M. and GOLDBERG L.
1989ApJ...339.1073W 4 10 Speckle interferometry of SN 1987A up to one year after explosion. WOOD P.R., NULSEN P.E.J., GILLINGHAM P.R., et al.
1989ApJ...340L..65H 10 0 Discovery of broad-band optical circular polarization in alpha Leonis. HENSON G.D., KEMP J.C., KRAUS D.J., et al.
1989ApJ...343..785J 1 7 42 Velocities and rotational excitation of interstellar H2 toward pi Scorpii. JENKINS E.B., LEES J.F., VAN DISHOECK E.F., et al.
1989ApJ...345..815D 2 7 71 The CS molecule in diffuse interstellar clouds. DRDLA K., KNAPP G.R. and VAN DISHOECK E.F.
1989ApJS...69..667H 4 ~ Line identifications in the ultraviolet spectrum of 31 Cygni. HAGEN BAUER W. and STENCEL R.E.
1989ApJS...71..245K viz 1146 415 The Perkins catalog of revised MK types for the cooler stars. KEENAN P.C. and McNEIL R.C.
1989PASP..101..560C 3 2 Generation of extended chromospheres and mass loss of late-type giant stars due to acoustic shock waves. CUNTZ M.
1989ARA&A..27..701G 29 52 Chemical analyses of cool stars. GUSTAFSSON B.
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