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1892Obs....15..393M 28 2 Potsdam observations of motion in the line of sight. MAUNDER E.W.
1895ApJ.....2..333V 27 3 On the occurance in stellar spectra of the lines of cleveite gas, and on the classification of stars of the first spectral type. VOGEL H.C.
1897ApJ.....6..322H 7 0 Spectroscopic notes. HUGGINS W. and HUGGINS M.L.
1899ApJ.....9..360H 2 1 Heat radiation of the stars. HALE G.E. and NICHOLS E.F.
1900ApJ....11..414W 9 0 The velocity of epsilon Leonis in the line of sight. WRIGHT W.H.
1901ApJ....13..101N 62 T                   1 2 7 On the heat readiation of Arcturus,
Vega, Jupiter, and Saturn.
NICHOLS E.F.
1915ApJ....42..111H 54 0 Effective wavelengths of absolutely faint stars. HERTZSPRUNG E.
1915AN....201..443G 3 4 Anzeige neuer Veraenderlicher. GUTHNICK P. and PRAGER R.
1922ApJ....55...20C 29 3 New measurements of stellar radiation. COBLENTZ W.W.
1922ApJ....56...40M 85 66 Interforemeter observations of double stars. MERRILL P.W.
1924ApJ....60...87A 9 4 Radiometer measurements of stellar energy spectra. ABBOT C.G.
1945ApJ...102..309B 29 86 B Cassiopeiae as a supernova of type I. BAADE W.
1950AJ.....55...97S 19 6 The gravitational galactic force and the density of interstellar matter. SCHILT J.
1950ApJ...111....1K 60 61 Neutral Oxygen in stellar atmospheres. KEENAN P.C. and HYNEK J.A.
1950ApJ...111..449M 3 5 32 Cygni as an eclipsing binary. McLAUGHLIN D.B.
1950ApJ...112..141E 189 10 Photoelectric studies. IV. Color-luminosity array for stars in the region of the Sun. EGGEN O.J.
1950ApJ...112..542H 5 22 A study of the spectroscopic binary U Cephei. HARDIE R.H.
1950PASP...62...13M 4 1 Atmospheric eclipse effects in the spectrum of 31 Cygni. McLAUGHLIN D.B.
1950PASP...62..266E 12 0 The position of the Sun in the color-luminosity array. EGGEN O.J.
1950AnAp...13..114S 10 3 Le spectre de l'etoile supergeante 1 Pup de classe cA2ep. SWINGS P.
1950AnAp...13..243M 8 15 Monochromatic stellar fluxes. I. Line absorption in stellar spectra. MILFORD N.
1950AnAp...13..262M 29 0 Monochromatic stellar fluxes. III. The absolute flux from lambda lambda4000 to 9800 A MILFORD N.
1950ZA.....27..167G 42 2 Untersuchungen an Farbenindizes. I. Die Abweichungen der Sternstrahlung von schwarzer Strahlung. GUNTHER S.
1950ZA.....27..182G 309 0 Untersuchungen an Farbenindizes. II. Das Farbenhelligkeitsdiagramm der nachsten Sterne. GUNTHER S.
1950ZA.....28..254B 2 ~ Ein lichtelektrisches Sternphotometer mit Sekundarelektronenvervielfacher. BEHR A.
1951ApJ...113..663E 93 2 Photoelectric studies. VII. Color and magnitude systems for brighter stars and the color-spectral-type relation. EGGEN O.J.
1951MNRAS.111..537F 64 11 An exploration of infra-red stellar magnitudes using the photo-conductivity of lead sulphide. FELLGETT P.B.
1951PASP...63..252L 65 T                   1 1 0 Overlapping Balmer lines in
alpha Lyr.
LEVEE R.D.
1952ApJ...116..272J 16 20 On magnitude systems. JOHNSON H.L.
1952ApJ...116..612W 23 50 Spectral type, magnitude and color-index relations in the galactic star cluster in Coma Berenices. WEAVER H.F.
1952MNRAS.112...73E 11 18 Some experiments on the scintillation of stars and planets. ELLISON M.A. and SEDDON H.
1952AnAp...15..113B 186 3 Sur la determination de la grandeur de la discontinuite de Balmer par les methodes de la photometrie a travers des filtres. BARBIER D.
1952AnAp...15..201C 240 135 Recherches sur les spectres continus stellaires. V. Etude du spectre continu de 150 etoiles entre 3150 et 4600 A. CHALONGE D. and DIVAN L.
1952AnAp...15..237D 91 3 Recherches sur les spectres continus stellaires. VI. Remarques sur les proprietes absorbantes de la matiere interstellaire. DIVAN L.
1952JO.....35...61N 20 0 Determinations de magnitudes infrarouges avec une cellule au PbS. NEANT M. and BIGAY M.J.
1952ZA.....31...26P 36 2 Uber die absolute Energieverteilung der Sternstrahlung von 4000 bis 10000 A und uber die Bestimmung effektiver Temperaturen. PILOWSKI K.
1952ZA.....31..140G 13 0 Das kurzwellige Farbenhelligkeitsdiagram der Plejaden und der Praesepe. GUNTHER S.
1953ApJ...117..313J 477 1672 Fundamental stellar photometry for standards of spectral type on the Revised System of the Yerkes Spectral Atlas. JOHNSON H.L. and MORGAN W.W.
1953ApJ...118...92M 193 113 Some characteristics of color systems. MORGAN W.W., HARRIS D.L. and JOHNSON H.L.
1953PASP...65...30V 20 0 The twenty brightest stars. VAN DE KAMP P.
1953PASP...65..185S 13 1 Notes on stellar spectra. STRUVE O.
1953AnAp...16...96B 39 8 Etude photometrique de la region ultraviolette de la lumiere du ciel nocturne. BARBIER D.
1953AnAp...16..417H 241 10 Etude du spectre d'absorption de 243 etoiles de types spectraux compris entre O6 et F8 pour la recherche de criteres quantitatifs de classification spectrale bidimensionelle. HACK M.
1953ZA.....33..120P 45 1 Absolute Energievertielungen der Sterne, effektive Temperaturen und Masse-Leuchtkraftbeziehung. PILOWSKI K.
1953ZA.....33..245P 38 1 Zur Feinstruktur der Hauptreihe. PILOWSKI K.
1953GCRV..C......0W viz 13       D               1 15125 750 General Catalogue of Stellar Radial Velocities WILSON R.E.
1954AJ.....59..228E 368 0 Colors of bright stars. EPSTEIN I.
1954ApJ...119..146S 181 163 The spectra and rotational velocities of the bright stars of Draper types B8-A2. SLETTEBAK A.
1954ApJ...120...48L 4 2 66 Photoelectric spectrophotometry of planetary nebulae. LILLER W. and ALLER L.H.
1954ApJ...120..196J 107 156 Three-color observations of 108 stars intended for use as photometric standards. JOHNSON H.L. and HARRIS III D.L.
1954ApJ...120..265M 11 7 Wolf-Rayet and other spectra of early types in the 1 micron region. MILLER F.D.
1954PASP...66..312M 15 11 Spectra of the cool carbon star in the 9000-11000 A wave-length region. McKELLAR A.
1954AnAp...17..456D 94 47 Recherches sur la loi d'absorption de la poussiere interstellaire et sur le spectre continu des etoiles O et B. DIVAN L.
1955AJ.....60..401E 333 11 The color-luminosity array for stars near the Sun. EGGEN O.J.
1955AJ.....60..407E 123 19 The color-luminosity array for some galactic clusters. EGGEN O.J.
1955ApJ...121..250C 1 2 21 Photometric analysis of a spectrogram of a Perseid meteor. COOK A.F. and MILLMAN P.
1955ApJ...122...62A 1 6 81 The spectrum of NGC 7027. ALLER L.H., BOWEN I.S. and MINKOWSKI R.
1955ApJ...122..240L 17 61 The photoelectric photometry of planetary nebulae. LILLER W.
1955AnAp...18..292J 389 194 A photometric system. JOHNSON H.L.
1955ZA.....36....1T 7 45 Die Atmosphare des B0-Sternes tau Scorpii. TRAVING G.
1955ZA.....36...42H 68 T                   1 5 76 Die Atmosphare des A0-Sternes
alpha Lyrae.
HUNGER K.
1955ZA.....36..230P 20 3 Gestorte Multipletts in Sternatmospharen. PRIESTER W.
1955ZA.....37..149P 65 0 Uber das Zustandsdiagramm der Sterne. PILOWSKI K.
1956AJ.....61...36G 5 9 Photographic and visual light curves of Nova Herculis 1934 (DQ Her). GAPOSCHKIN S.
1956ApJ...123...64B 1 5 49 Some remarks on the (U, B,V) system. BLANCO V.M.
1956ApJ...123..253S 99 24 Photoelectric spectrophotometry. I. Hydrogen line intensities of O, B and A type stars. STOCK J.
1956ApJ...123..440S 412 75 Six-color photometry of stars. VIII. The colors of 409 stars of different spectral types. STEBBINS J. and KRON G.E.
1957AJ.....62..205K 274 170 Red and infrared magnitudes for 282 stars with known trigonometric parallaxes. KRON G.E., GASCOIGNE S.C.B. and WHITE H.S.
1957ApJ...126...99B 66 7 Photoelectric spectrophotometry. II. Monochromatic colors of O, B and A-type stars. BONSACK W.K. and STOCK J.
1957MNRAS.117..315M 24 7 Reports on the progress of Astronomy: the determination of cosmic abundances. MINNAERT M.G.J.
1957AnAp...20...55C 19 2 Comparaison entre les gradients absolus stellaires de Goettingen et de Paris. CAYREL DE STROBEL G.
1957SvA.....1..874M 9 0 Photoelectric photometry of sections of the surface of Mars. MOROZ V.I. and KHARITONOV A.V.
1957SvA.....1..926G 2 0 Three-color colorimetry of the integral brightness of Mars, based on 1956 observations. GURTOVENKO E.A. and GORDELADZE S.G.
1958ApJ...128...61S 5 14 A study of three shell stars. SEARLE L.
1958ApJ...128..572B 95 43 Multicolor photoelectric photometry of stars with composite spectra. BAHNG J.D.R.
1958ApJS....3..141B 337 562 A catalog of magnetic stars. BABCOCK H.W.
1958MNRAS.118..341D 7 0 Report of University of Toronto. DUNLAP D.
1959ApJ...130..159O 437 71 Spectral classification of 533 B8-A2 stars and the mean absolute magnitude of A0V stars. OSAWA K.
1959SvA.....3..633M 14 6 The visual stellar magnitude of the Sun, the Moon, and the lux. MARTYNOV D.Y.
1960ApJ...131..358O 7 31 Standard stars for photoeletric spectrophotometry. OKE J.B.
1960ApJ...132..101M 1 9 96 Line-blanketing effects on A-G dwarfs. MELBOURNE W.G.
1960ApJ...132..532B 18 22 Photoeletric spectrophotometry of A-type stars. BLESS R.C.
1960ApJ...132..677C 22 56 Hbeta and (OIII) fluxes from planetary nebulae. CAPRIOTTI E.R. and DAUB C.T.
1960MNRAS.120..448E 225 9 Stellar groups. VI. Space motions of the dwarfs A-type and giant M-type stars in the solar neighbourhood. EGGEN O.J.
1960AnAp...23....1L 61 4 Recherches de photometrie stellaire dans l'infrarouge au moyen d'une cellule au sulfure de plomb. LUNEL M.
1960AnAp...23..233C 39 2 Sur quelques questions de la theorie des atmospheres stellaires. CAYREL R.
1960AnAp...23..278C 33 4 Utilisation des intensites centrales des raies de Balmer pour determiner les temperatures de surface de brillance et le diametre apparent de 33 etoiles. CAYREL DE STROBEL G.
1960SvA.....4..440D 4 0 An integrating stellar spectrophotometer. DIMOV N.A.
1960ZA.....49..161M 6 4 Beobachtungen der Richtungsszintillation. MAYER U.
1961AJ.....66..524B 10 23 The ratio of total to selective absorption. BLANCO V.M. and LENNON C.J.
1961ApJ...133..551B 5 28 The abundance of Beryllium in four stars of type A. BONSACK W.K.
1961AnAp...24..509C 18 2 A comparison of photoeletric and photographic spectrophotometry. CAYREL DE STROBEL G.
1962ApJ...135...69J 54 48 Infrared stellar photometry. JOHNSON H.L.
1962AnAp...25..184B 105 6 Recherches sur les proprietes des etoiles doubles ou multiples largement separees en relation avec les problemes d'evolution. IV. BERGER J.
1962MmSAI..33...97T 3 0 Spettrofotometria della stella theta Leonis (A2V). TAFFARA S.
1962MmSAI..33..309F 19 9 Peculiar A stars: study of 73 Draconis. FARAGGIANA R. and HACK M.
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..428S 134 1 Rotational velocities of faint stars of early spectral types. SVOLOPOULOS S.N.
1963AJ.....68..619W 9 0 Allegheny, Observatory WAGMAN N.E.
1963ApJ...137..834M 7 22 Spectrophotometry of Nova Her 1960. MEINEL A.B.
1963ApJ...138...30M 7 10 515 Optical identification of 3C 48, 3C 196 and 3C 286 with stellar objects. MATTHEWS T.A. and SANDAGE A.R.
1963ApJ...138...62O 16 41 Balmer-line ratios in planetary nebulae. OSTERBROCK D.E., CAPRIOTTI E.R. and BAUTZ L.P.
1963ApJ...138..302J 14 10 Stellar photometry at 5 microns. JOHNSON H.L. and MITCHELL R.I.
1963ApJS....8..125E 85 63 The empirical mass-luminosity relation. EGGEN O.J.
1963BAN....17..161U 22 22 Concerning the interpretation of line strengths in B-type spectra. UNDERHILL A.B.
1963SvA.....7..253S 9 2 The relation between photometric systems. STRAIZHIS V.
1963SvA.....7..258K 17 20 Extra-atmospheric spectrophotometric standards. Energy distribution in the spectra of selected stars in CGS units. KHARITONOV A.V.
1963SvA.....7..699S 14 ~ Reddening curves in the U,B,V system. STRAIZYS V.
1963SvA.....7..857K 17 ~ Determination of the stellar magnitude of the Sun in tricolor systems based on absolute spectrophotometric measurements. KARYAGINA Z.V. and KHARITONOV A.V.
1964AJ.....69..559S 4 ~ Observational and predicted contours of H-gamma. STIENON F.M. and STROM S.E.
1964AJ.....69..826G 31 144 Wavelength dependance of polarization. III. The lunar surface. GEHRELS T., COFFEEN T. and OWINGS D.
1964ApJ...139..435W 26 23 10 microns photometry of 25 stars from B8 to M7. WILDEY R.L. and MURRAY B.C.
1964ApJ...139..793S 47 98 Studies of the peculiar A stars. II. The silicon-abundance anomaly. SEARLE L. and SARGENT W.L.W.
1964ApJ...139.1130L 15 31 Stellar photometry at 10 microns. LOW F.J. and JOHNSON H.L.
1964ApJ...140..689O 3 13 311 Photoelectric spectrophotometry of stars suitable for standards. OKE J.B.
1964ApJ...140..853P 28 26 Near-infrared classification of A and F stars. PARSONS S.B.
1964AnAp...27..781A 5 6 Comparison between model atmospheres and spectra from early-type stars. AVRETT E.H. and STROM S.E.
1964AnAp...27..800H 7 2 The importance of absolute photometry. HEDDLE D.W.O.
1964MmSAI..35...13T 6 1 Studio spettrofotometrico di 56 Arietis. TAMBURINI T.
1964SvA.....8..163G 20 4 Ultraviolet spectrophotometry of some hot stars. GLUSHNEVA I.N.
1964SvA.....8..317S 14 1 A study of the RGU photometric system. I. Dependence of the main parameters of the system on spectral class and interstellar absorption. STRAIZYS V.V.
1964SvA.....8..413S 9 1 The influence of bandwidth on the U,B,V parameters. STRAIZHIS V. and ZDANAVICHYUS K.
1964ZA.....60...76B 19 2 Haufigkeiten von Na und Mg in Metallinien und Ap Sternen. BASCHEK B.
1965AJ.....70..581W 56 1 Reports of observatories, 1964-65. WAGMAN N.E.
1965AJ.....70..726S 35 10 Red-leak corrections in ultraviolet photometry. SHAO C.Y. and YOUNG A.T.
1965ApJ...141..923J 100 449 Interstellar extinction in the Galaxy. JOHNSON H.L.
1965ApJ...141.1404B 1 12 73 Effective temperatures and gravities of Ap, Am and normal A-type stars. BASCHEK B. and OKE J.B.
1965ApJ...142..401M 2 6 The spectra of two extremely red objects. MUNCH G. and SCARGLE J.D.
1965ApJ...142.1024P 9 7 A search for deuterium in stellar spectra. II. Normal stars of types B, A and F. PEIMBERT M. and WALLERSTEIN G.
1965ApJ...142.1594C 34 80 The early A stars. I. Rotation and metallicism. CONTI P.S.
1965ApJS...11...47C 25 44 The atmospheres of the metallic-line stars in the Hyades. CONTI P.S.
1965SvA.....9..297K 46 1 A study of the UBV photometric system. KARYAGINA Z.V. and KHARITONOV A.V.
1966AJ.....71..181S 67 T                   1 5 ~ Abundance analysis of the A stars
alpha Lyr, gamma Gem, 63, 64 and 68 Tau.
STROM S.E. and STROM K.M.
1966ApJ...143.1010M 1 18 164 Infrared photometry of T Tauri stars and related objects. MENDOZA E.E.
1966ApJ...144...76S 18 23 The effect of departures from LTE on the stellar continuum fluxes in the spectral-type range B5-A0. STROM S.E. and KALKOFEN W.
1966ApJ...144.1073A 33 42 Photoelectric spectrophotometry of selected Southern stars. ALLER L.H., FAULKNER D.J. and NORTON R.H.
1966ApJ...146..880S 72 T                   1 2 60 Studies in non-gray stellar atmospheres. III. The metal abundances of Sirius and
Vega.
STROM S.E., GINGERICH O. and STROM K.M.
1966PASP...78..552E 67 T                   1 2 1 A reinvestigation of the reported light variations of
alpha Lyrae.
EBBIGHAUSEN E.G.
1966ARA&A...4..193J 36 13 2825 Astonomical measurements in the infrared. JOHNSON H.L.
1966SvA.....9..564V 146 3 Absolute emission line intensities of planetary nebulae. II. VORONTSOV-VEL'YAMINOV B.A., KOSTYAKOVA E.B., DOKUCHAEVA O.D., et al.
1966SvA....10...47M 17 6 Infrared spectra of stars (1 to 2.5 microns). MOROS W.I.
1966SvA....10..331B 5 7 The continuous spectrum de AG Peg. BOYARCHUK A.A., ESIPOV V.F. and MOROZ V.I.
1967ApJ...147..575M 13 56 Infrared spectra of low-temperature stars. McCAMMON D., MUNCH G. and NEUGEBAUER G.
1967ApJ...150..513O 10 23 Effective temperatures and gravities of lambda Bootis stars. OKE B.J.
1967MNRAS.135...23A 348 45 Red and infrared magnitudes and colour for 300 F, G and K type stars. ARGUE A.N.
1967MNRAS.136..429G 2 0 The chemical composition of the Manganese star 53 Tauri. GUTHRIE B.N.G.
1967MNRAS.137..375H 1 5 58 The stellar interferometer at Narrabri Observatory - I. HANBURY BROWN R., DAVIS J. and ALLEN L.R.
1967MNRAS.137..393H 1 18 142 The stellar interferometer at Narrabri Observatory - II. HANBURY BROWN R., DAVIS J., ALLEN L.R., et al.
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.
1967AnAp...30..697R 47 12 Abondances anormales d'elements dans les etoiles Ap. RENSON P.
1967JO.....50...83B 500 18 Photoelectric 4430 observations of 506 O, B and A stars. BAERENTZEN J., GAMMELGAARD P., HILBERG T., et al.
1967SvA....11..828G 6 ~ The infrared spectrum of Algol. GLUSHNEVA I.N. and JESSIPOW V.F.
1968AJ.....73...14L 64 9 Photoelectric K-line spectral classification. LOCKWOOD G.W.
1968AJ.....73..251I 31 41 Multicolor photoelectric photometry of the brighter planets. II. Observations from le Houga Observatory. IRVINE W.M., SIMON T., MENZEL D.H., et al.
1968ApJ...151L..51P 15 9 On the Narrabri scale of absolute stellar fluxes. POPPER D.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..195A 1 9 61 A model atmosphere for a B4V star with line blanketing. ADAMS T.F. and MORTON D.C.
1968ApJ...152..483C 10 41 The early A stars. II. Model-atmosphere abundance analysis of eight stars in the Pleiades. CONTI P.S. and STROM S.E.
1968ApJ...152..765K 7 26 Yttrium abundance in the Sun. KRUEGER T.K., ALLER L.H., ROSS J., et al.
1968ApJ...152..871W 43 100 The effective temperatures of A and B stars. WOLFF S.C., KUHI L.V. and HAYES D.
1968ApJ...152..885S 12 33 The spectra and masses of the blue horizontal-branch stars in M 67. SARGENT W.L.W.
1968ApJ...152..895V 24 9 Moving pairs among the A-type stars within 20 pc. VANDERVOORT P.O.
1968ApJ...154...21O 3 11 252 Energy distributions, K corrections, and the Stebbins-Whitford effect for giant elliptical galaxies. OKE J.B. and SANDAGE A.
1968MNRAS.140..121S 21 41 Determination of aspect and degree of differential rotation, from line profiles in rapidly rotating stars. STOECKLEY T.R.
1968AnAp...31...15P 18 18 Analyse d'etoiles a raies metalliques. II. Composition chimique de zeta Lyr A, spectre infrarouge proche de cinq etoiles Am. PRADERIE F.
1968ARA&A...6...13H 22 26 Measurement of stellar diameters. HANBURY BROWN R.
1968BAICz..19..223S 23 9 On the perturbations of comets by nearby stars. SEKANINA Z.
1968BAN....20....1H 67 T                   1 22 30 Temperature, gravity and mass of
Vega, Sirius and tau Herculis.
HEINTZE J.R.W.
1968JO.....51..193A 103 1 Mesures spectrophotometriques au prisme objectif. AZZOPARDI M. and BOUIGUE R.
1968MmSAI..39..593F 48 1 The relation apparent magnitude-diameter in stars of galactic clusters. II. FRACASSINI M. and PASINETTI L.E.
1969A&A.....1..442S 42 17 Polarimetric observations of magnetic stars with two-channel polarimeter. SERKOWSKI K. and CHOJNACKI W.
1969A&A.....2..240B 18 31 On the microturbulence in A and F stars. BASCHEK B. and REIMERS D.
1969A&A.....3...94R 9 22 Quantitative Analyse des delta Scuti-Veranderlichen delta Delphini. REIMERS D.
1969A&A.....3..169G 67 T                   1 7 30 Differential fine analysis Sirius versus
Vega.
GEHLICH U.K.
1969A&A.....3..257A 1 1 11 Continuum energy of 05-GO stars in terms of spectral gradients. ARDEBERG A.
1969AJ.....74..139P 229 59 The galactic force law K(z). PERRY C.L.
1969AJ.....74..177W 92 22 Twelve-color stellar photometry. WOOD D.B.
1969ApJ...155..525K 1 6 54 Abundances in two horizontal branch A stars. KODAIRA K., GREENSTEIN J.L. and OKE J.B.
1969ApJ...155..537B 1 11 69 The chemical composition of the lambda Bootis stars. BASCHEK B. and SEARLE L.
1969ApJ...155..899S 227 34 Six-color photometry of stars. XII. Colors of Hyades and subdwarf stars. SEARS R.L. and WHITFORD A.E.
1969ApJ...156..667S 5 17 Spectrographic and photometric analyses of HR 7484. SNOWDEN M.S. and KOCH R.H.
1969ApJ...158..151K 2 5 65 Infrared spectra of highly reddened stars: a search for interstellar ice grains. KNACKE R.F., CUDABACK D.D. and GAUSTAD J.E.
1969ApJ...158..613G 8 19 Spectra of "infrared stars" from 2.8 to 5.1 microns. GAUSTAD J.E., GILLETT F.C., KNACKE R.F., et al.
1969ApJ...158..629M 101 176 The effective temperatures of the O stars. MORTON D.C.
1969ApJ...158.1099T 4 9 A study of the eclipsing binary beta Aurigae. TOY L.G.S.
1969ApJS...18...47H viz 144 41 K-line photometry of A stars. HENRY C.R.
1969MNRAS.144..297W 26 123 Surface brightnesses in the UBV system with applications on Mv and dimensions of stars. WESSELINK A.J.
1969PASP...81...97O 31 10 The detection and surface gravities of metallic-line early A stars. OLSON E.C.
1969PASP...81..339B 43 10 Uvby photometry of A and F stars. BARRY D.C.
1969PASP...81..815V 1 4 39 The ages of the Hyades, Praesepe, and Coma star clusters. VAN DEN HEUVEL E.P.J.
1969BAN....20..154H 42 19 On the temperature scale of B-type stars. HEINTZE J.R.W.
1969PAllO...8...91B 131 11 The radial velocities of 129 stars in the years 1906 to 1917. BEARDSLEY W.R.
1969SvA....13..286A 5 0 Slow variations in the beta Lyrae system. ALDUSEVA V.Y.
1969SvA....13.1023K 1 ~ A superposed-ray interferometer. KULAGIN E.S.
1970A&A.....6...93K 2 9 109 Spectroscopic investigation of B3V stars: iota Herculis, eta Hydrae, HD 58343. KODAIRA K. and SCHOLZ M.
1970A&A.....8..283B 11 45 The UBVR colors of main sequence stars. BOHM-VITENSE E.
1970A&A.....8..307N 5 3 Etude de quelques spectres de l'etoile CH Cygni. NGUYEN-H-DOAN
1970A&AS....1..129G 13 7 Photoelectric observations of 31 Cygni. GYLDENKERNE K. and JOHANSEN K.T.
1970A&AS....1..149J 9 10 Photoelectric observations of 32 Cygni. JOHANSEN K.T., RUDKJOBING J. and GYLDENKERNE K.
1970A&AS....1..165J 13       D               489 28 Photoelectric observations of early A stars. JOHANSEN K.T. and GYLDENKERNE K.
1970A&AS....1..189F 439 3 A catalogue of proper motions for 437 A stars. FOGH OLSEN H.J.
1970AJ.....75...21L 35 43 On the homogeneity of the spectral-energy distribution among giant E and SO galaxies and other results. LASKER B.M.
1970AJ.....75..785J viz 30 94 Infrared spectra for 32 stars. JOHNSON H.J. and MENDEZ M.E.
1970AJ.....75..978C 349 544 Standard stars for uvby photometry. CRAWFORD D.L. and BARNES J.V.
1970ApJ...159L..73S 9 51 The weak magnetic fields of some bright stars. SEVERNY A.
1970ApJ...159..165H 4 16 405 An absolute spectrophotometric calibration of the energy distribution of twelve standard stars. HAYES D.S.
1970ApJ...159..473C 2 3 46 The spectrum of alpha2 CVn. II. COHEN J.G.
1970ApJ...159..485K 12 62 The unusual composition of BD +39 4926. KODAIRA K., GREENSTEIN J.L. and OKE J.B.
1970ApJ...159..551D 30 26 Ultraviolet fluxes and bolometric corrections for late B to F main-sequence stars. DAVIS J. and WEBB R.J.
1970ApJ...159..809P 9 1 54 The abundance ratio for helium to hydrogen in extragalactic nebulae. PEIMBERT M. and SPINRAD H.
1970ApJ...159..931K 31 16 The continuous radiation of bright B3V stars. KODAIRA K.
1970ApJ...159..951P 7 20 A fine analysis of two yellow supergiants. II. The continuous energy distributions. PARSONS S.B.
1970ApJ...159..973W 16 51 Infrared CN bands in M-supergiants and carbon stars. WING R.F. and SPINRAD H.
1970ApJ...159.1067P 4 9 Observations of the brightness and polarizarion of the outer corona during the 1966 November 12 total eclipse of the Sun. PEPIN T.J.
1970ApJ...160L..47L 2 3 38 Near-infrared photometry of two extremely red objects. LOCKWOOD G.W.
1970ApJ...160L.101M 2 5 76 The 10-microns emission peak of Comet Bennett 1969 (I). MAAS R.W., NEY E.P. and WOOLF N.J.
1970ApJ...160..429P 1 7 62 Physical conditions in the nucleus of M 82. PEIMBERT M. and SPINRAD H.
1970ApJ...160.1129B 24 16 Effective temperatures, gravities and the mass determination of A and F stars. BREGER M. and KUHI L.V.
1970ApJ...161.1015O 158 T                   1 1 549 The absolute spectral energy distribution of
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1970ApJ...162L..21G 7 35 89 Herculis: an F2 supergiant with large circumstellar infrared emission. GILLETT F.C., HYLAND A.R. and STEIN W.A.
1970ApJS...19..193H 2 7 117 The atmospheres of tau Scorpii (B0V) and lambda Leporis (B0.5 IV). HARDORP J. and SCHOLZ M.
1970MNRAS.150..325N 27 10 An opical heterodyne experiment on stars. NIEUWENHUIJZEN H.
1971A&A....10..321F 44 5 Measurements of hydrogen lines in B-stars by a method of photographic narrow-band photometry. FURENLID I.
1971A&A....10..332M 41 35 Etudes d'etoiles Ap Si 4200. MEGESSIER C.
1971A&A....11..387L 1 8 69 The He I line profiles in normal B-type spectra. LECKRONE D.S.
1971A&A....12....5H 370 7 Narrow-band photometry of early-type stars. HAGGKVIST L.
1971A&A....12...36S 4 8 On the interpretation of photometric and MK spectral types of early main-sequence stars. SCHMITT A., SCHOLZ M. and TRAVING G.
1971AJ.....76..890M 92 6 Photometry of main-sequence stars in the Hyades an the field on the BVR system. MANNERY E.J. and WALLERSTEIN G.
1971ApJ...165..265C 6 2 77 Extended model atmospheres for the central stars of planetary nebulae. CASSINELLI J.P.
1971ApJ...165..285G 111 328 Mass loss from M stars. GEHRZ R.D. and WOOLF N.J.
1971ApJ...166...95S 55 258 Effective temperatures of B and A type stars. SCHILD R., PETERSON D.M. and OKE J.B.
1971ApJ...169L.117M 4 21 Photometric observations of V1057 Cygni. MENDOZA V E.E.
1971ApJS...23..235N 20 42 Neutral-Helium line strengths. VI. The variations of the helium spectrum variable alpha Centauri. NORRIS J.
1971ApJS...23..421H viz 362 25 K-line photometry of southern A stars. HENRY R.C. and HESSER J.E.
1971MNRAS.153..111P 3 1 Analysis of the spectrum of the A0III halo star HD 106304. PRZYBYLSKI A.
1971MNRAS.153..501S 29 34 On the energy distributions of main sequence stars. STICKLAND D.J.
1972A&A....16..204H 30 148 Infrared observations of 1612 MHz IR/OH sources. HYLAND A.R., BECKLIN E.E., FROGEL J.A., et al.
1972A&A....19..167O 37 13 The He abundance in 33 main sequence B stars. O'MARA B.J. and SIMPSON R.W.
1972A&A....20...99S 7 28 Far-infrared and uvby photometry of V1057 Cygni. SIMON T., MORRISON N.D., WOLFF S.C., et al.
1972A&A....20..321G 67 T                   1 3 4 Ultraviolet absorption lines in the spectrum of
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1972A&A....21..239H 58 111 Long wavelength spectrometry and photometry of M, S and C-stars. HACKWELL J.A.
1972A&AS....5..109C 13       D               578 71 Four-color and H beta photometry for the brighter A0-type stars. CRAWFORD D.L., BARNES J.V., GIBSON J., et al.
1972AJ.....77..302H 13 ~ Polarization observations of the lambda 4430 diffuse interstellar absorption feature. HEARN M.F.
1972ApJ...171...63U 15 30 An unusual absorption feature in the far-ultraviolet spectrum of early-type supergiants. UNDERHILL A.B., LECKRONE D.S. and WEST D.K.
1972ApJ...171...79K 2 8 An abundance analysis of the photometric standard 29 Piscium. KLINGLESMITH III D.A.
1972ApJ...177L..17S 14 50 20-micron fluxes of bright stellar standards. SIMON T., MORRISON D. and CRUIKSHANK D.P.
1972ApJS...24..375L 364 73 Near-infrared photometry of Mira variables. LOCKWOOD G.W.
1972MNRAS.157..171R 26 27 The surface parameters and composition of some high velocity A-stars. RODGERS A.W.
1972MNRAS.157..461M 52 16 Photoelectric measurements of the 6284 Angstroms diffuse interstellar line. MURDIN P.
1972MNRAS.160..435W 12 3 On the radii of white dwarf stars. WARNER B.
1972PASP...84..145M 1 4 An image-tube scanner for the Wisconsin echelle spectrograph. McNALL J.F., MICHALSKI D.E. and MIEDANER T.L.
1972PASP...84..613N 31 18 Infrared excesses in supergiant stars. Evidence for silicates. NEY E.P.
1972PASP...84..757E 157 7 Luminosities and motions of A0 to A2 stars. EGGEN O.J.
1972AN....294....1J 182 20 Uber die veranderlichkeit der sterne des spektraltyps A. JACKISCH G.
1972BAICz..23..297B 80 3 On magnetic stars. BABU G.S.D. and SINVHAL S.D.
1973A&A....25..105L 36 33 The equivalent widths of Mg II lines near 2800 A in the spectra of 31 stars. LAMERS H.J., VAN DER HUCHT K.A. and SNIJDERS M.A.J.
1973A&A....25..175U 8 11 The ultraviolet flux envelopes of main-sequence B stars. UNDERHILL A.B.
1973A&A....27..167G 8 19 Analysis of the ultraviolet spectrum of A-type stars observed by the OAO II satellite. GROS M., SACOTTE D., PRADERIE F., et al.
1973A&A....27..383P 1 14 98 A double image chopping polarimeter. PIIROLA V.
1973A&A....29..151A 65 0 On the spectral gradient around wave-number 2.34. ARDEBERG A.
1973A&AS...10..201F 150 20 Ten-color intermediate-band photometry of stars. FABER S.M.
1973AJ.....78..246F 11 7 Scanner observations of hot He-carbon stars. FAY T., HONEYCUTT R.K. and WARREN W.H.
1973AJ.....78..255K 1 11 76 Calibration of direct photographs using brightness profiles of field stars. KORMENDY J.
1973AJ.....78..681W 2 8 H alpha observations of Algol on 2 September 1972. WALKER G.A.H., BUCHHOLZ V., FAHLMAN G.G., et al.
1973ApJ...180L..97K 2 4 59 Spectrophotometry of the supernova in NGC 5253 from 0.33 to 2.2 microns. KIRSHNER R.P., WILLNER S.P., BECKLIN E.E., et al.
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...180..845L 22 23 Scanner photometry of weak TiO bands near 1 micron in cool M-stars. LOCKWOOD G.W.
1973ApJ...181..833M 8 43 Low-temperature free-free emission: infrared excesses in Be stars. MILKEY R.W. and DYCK H.M.
1973ApJ...181..841F 39 4 The last Balmer line and H gamma in model B stars. FISCHEL D. and KLINGLESMITH D.A.
1973ApJ...182..147G 22 22 Hydrogen lines in A and Ap stars. I. Photoelectric observations. GRAY D.F. and EVANS J.C.
1973ApJ...183L..13S 9 20 Cygnids and Taurids-two classes of infrared objects. STRECKER D.W., NEY E.P. and MURDOCK T.L.
1973ApJ...183...95A 32 128 A study of twenty-one sharp-lined cool peculiar A stars. ADELMAN S.J.
1973ApJ...184..167A 33 10 Supergiant binaries in the chi Persei association. ABT H.A. and LEVY S.G.
1973ApJ...184..211B 23 28 The interpretation of the two-colour and colour-magnitude diagrams of M 15 and M 92. BOHM-VITENSE E. and SZKODY P.
1973ApJ...185L.139B 23 36 A search for weak stellar magnetic fields. BORRA E.F. and LANDSTREET J.D.
1973ApJ...186..193M 76 73 Broad-band 20-micron photometry of 76 stars. MORRISON D. and SIMON T.
1973ApJ...186..979W 2 2 33 Carbon stars in omega Centauri. WING R.F. and STOCK J.
1973MNRAS.162..109P 3 2 36 New observations of two compact galaxies. PENSTON M.V. and PENSTON M.J.
1973MNRAS.163....1H 50 12 Ultra-violet photometry of early type stars from TD I satellite observations. HUMPHRIES C.M., NANDY K. and THOMPSON G.I.
1973MNRAS.163...67S 37 17 Systematic errors in Cepheid temperatures and pulsational masses. SCHMIDT E.G.
1973MNRAS.163..291B 45 123 The ultra-violet sky-survey telescope in the TD-IA satellite. BOKSENBERG A., EVANS R.G., FOWLER R.G., et al.
1973AZh....50..962K 5 3 Absolute spectrophotometry of the planetary nebula NGC 7027 in the wavelength range 7000-10,400 A. KOLOTILOV E.A. and NOSKOVA R.I.
1973BAICz..24...71Z 3 2 Coarse analysis of the peculiar star 53 Aur. ZVERKO J.
1973SAOSR.350....1D viz 14       D               4533 ~ Celescope catalogue of ultraviolet magnitudes. DAVIS R.J., DEUTSCHMAN W.A. and HARAMUNDANIS K.L.
1973SvA....16..846G 15 0 Spectral energy distribution in several binaries at lambda lambda 3300-7300 angstrom and 0.88-1.53 mu. GLUSHNEVA I.N.
1973SvA....16..965K 12 1 Investigation of RZ Sct on low-dispersion spectrograms. KARETNIKOV V.G.
1974A&A....30..127B 3 13 Absolute flux measurements in the rocket ultraviolet. BOHLIN R.C., FRIMOUT D. and LILLIE C.F.
1974A&A....33...79M 61 17 Absolute ultraviolet spectrophotometry from the TD-1 satellite. III. The continuum of A type stars between 1350 and 2500 angstroms. MALAISE D., GROS M. and MACAU D.
1974A&A....33...87J 28 15 Absolute ultraviolet spectrophotometry from the TD-1 satellite. IV. Line features in UV-spectra of A stars. JAMAR C., MACAU D. and PRADERIE F.
1974A&A....33...93B 11 22 Absolute ultraviolet spectrophotometry from the TD-1 satellites. V. Bolometric corrections for early type stars of luminosity class V. BEECKMANS F., MACAU D. and MALAISE D.
1974A&A....33..277H 7 10 A fine analysis of the He-rich star HD 184927. HIGGINBOTHAM N.A. and LEE P.
1974A&A....36..279S 3 11 Spectrophotometric results from the Copernicus satellite. The ultraviolet spectrum of alpha And. STALIO R.
1974A&AS...15..209L 59 13 Statistical analysis of the uvby-beta catalogue. LINDEMANN E.
1974AJ.....79...34K 331 16 Blue CN-absorption measurements of close binary stars. KOCH R.H.
1974AJ.....79..797S 1 8 42 Infrared observations of anonymous IRC sources. STRECKER D.W. and NEY E.P.
1974AJ.....79..809B 66 2 Photoelectric measurements of H gamma line strengths in early-type stars. BLANCHARD P., BOWEN W.E., LEDDEN J.E., et al.
1974AJ.....79..890L 28 9 Spectroscopic study of the open cluster NGC 2232. LEVATO H. and MALARODA S.
1974AJ.....79.1047G 8 10 Near-infrared magnitudes and (V-K) color of globular clusters. GRASDALEN G.L.
1974AJ.....79.1430H 10 13 Linear polarization in the H gamma line of gamma Cas and other stars. HAYES D.P. and ILLING R.M.E.
1974ApJ...188L..79W 5 2 51 Detection of the (Fe XIV) coronal line at 5303 A in the Cygnus Loop. WOODGATE B.E., STOCKMAN H.S., ANGEL J.R.P., et al.
1974ApJ...188..233S 4 2 42 The small scale anisotropy of the cosmic light. SHECTMAN S.A.
1974ApJ...189..101S 1 8 49 Metallicism in border regions of the Am domain. III. Analysis of the hot stars alpha Geminorum A and B and theta Leonis. SMITH M.A.
1974ApJ...191..675G 1 69 345 Infrared observations of Be stars from 2,3 to 19,5 microns. GEHRZ R.D., HACKWELL J.A. and JONES T.W.
1974ApJ...193..133N 3 4 A search for neutral iron lines in a Centauri. NORRIS J. and BASCHEK B.
1974ApJ...193..385G 13 8 New infrared measurements of W Virginis stars. GEHRZ R.D. and HACKWELL J.A.
1974ApJ...194...49H 56 40 Infrared photometry of high-luminosity supergiant earlier than M and the interstellar extinction law. HACKWELL J.A. and GEHRZ R.D.
1974ApJ...194L.143B 69 T                   1 3 27 The abundance of boron and beryllium in
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BOESGAARD A.M., PRADERIE F., LECKRONE D.S., et al.
1974ApJ...194..619G 1 5 48 Circumstellar dust emission from WC9 stars. GEHRZ R.D. and HACKWELL J.A.
1974ApJS...28..101D 382 30 Rotational velocities of A0 stars. DWORETSKY M.M.
1974ApJS...28..211P 85 9 Ultraviolet television data from the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory. II. Stellar ultraviolet colors and interstellar extinction. PEYTREMANN E. and DAVIS R.J.
1974MNRAS.166....1K 14 42 The intrinsic linear polarization of 53 Camelopardalis and alpha2 Canum Venaticorum. KEMP J.C. and WOLSTENCROFT R.D.
1974MNRAS.167..121H 1 37 324 The angular diameters of 32 stars. HANBURY BROWN R., DAVIS J. and ALLEN L.R.
1974MNRAS.168....1A 164 80 Infrared observations of northern emission-line stars. ALLEN D.A.
1974PASP...86...80O 21 72 The calibration of uvby photometry. OLSON E.C.
1974IzKry..50....3S 8 7 Photoelectric investigations of weak stellar magnetic fields. SEVERNY A.B., KUVSHINOV V.M. and NIKULIN N.S.
1974MmSAI..45..121B 17 0 Interstellar magnesium abundances, electron densities towards Ori and Sco. BATES B., CARSON P.P.D., DUFTON P.L., et al.
1975A&A....40..441S 2 4 48 Infrared observations of Sharpless 2-106, a possible location for star formation. SIBILLE F., BERGEAT J., LUNEL M., et al.
1975A&A....41..259L 108 ~ Observations and theory of Mg II lines in early type stars. III. The observations and a comparison with the predictions. LAMERS H.J.G.L.M. and SNIJDERS M.A.J.
1975A&A....43..111H 431 11 Absolute luminosity calibration of Stroemgren's "intermediate group". HECK A.
1975A&A....43..267F 16 3 Photometric scans of H alpha in early A-stars. FRANDSEN S.
1975A&AS...19...57F 29 23 Spectrographic observations of beta Lyr during the international campaign of 1971. FLORA U. and HACK M.
1975A&AS...19..189M viz 775 6 Catalogue of early-type stars measured in a narrow-band photometric system. MORGULEFF N. and GERBALDI M.
1975A&AS...22....1V 64 29 Infrared observations of the association Cyg OB 2. VOELCKER K.
1975AJ.....80..451S 1 4 21 Variability of R CrB and NML Cyg at 3,5 mu. STRECKER D.W.
1975ApJ...196L..71L 88 T                   1 1 100 Interference fringes obtained on
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1975ApJ...196..179C 4 10 206 The peculiar object HD 44179 ("The Red Rectangle"). COHEN M., ANDERSON C.M., COWLEY A., et al.
1975ApJ...197..593H 230 T                   1 1 813 A rediscussion of the atmospheric extinction and the absolute spectral-energy distribution of
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HAYES D.S. and LATHAM D.W.
1975ApJ...198L..41R 3 3 45 Spectrophotometric observations of mu Cephei and the Moon from 4 to 8 microns. RUSSELL R.W., SOIFER B.T. and FORREST W.J.
1975ApJ...202L..67M 32 113 Detection of X-ray emission from stellar coronae with ANS. MEWE R., HEISE J., GRONENSCHILD E.H.B.M., et al.
1975ApJS...29...43O 79 30 Hydrogen profiles, He line strengths, and surface gravities of eclipsing binary stars. OLSON E.C.
1975ApJS...29..137S 219 330 A system of standard stars for rotational velocity determinations. SLETTEBAK A., COLLINS G.W., BOYCE P.B., et al.
1975MNRAS.173..279C 28 114 Infrared observations of young stars. VI. COHEN M.
1975PASP...87..173L 49 6 Spectral types in Trumpler 10. LEVATO H. and MALARODA S.
1975PASP...87..301K 7 9 The linear polarization of the white-dwarf binary BD +16 516. KEMP J.C. and RUDY R.J.
1975PASP...87..317S 4 16 Infrared light curves for V1057 Cygni (1971- 74). SIMON T.
1975Natur.256..711M 9 36 Soft X-rays from Sirius. MEWE R., HEISE J., GRONENSCHILD E.H.B.M., et al.
1976A&A....50..413S 12 25 Band-width effects on E/E and Av/E and black body colors in the UBV system. STRAIZYS V., SUDZIUS J. and KURILIENE G.
1976A&A....52..227B 43 49 Carbon stars and circumstellar shells. I. Infrared observations and evidence for grain emission. BERGEAT J., SIBILLE F., LUNEL M., et al.
1976A&AS...25...65V 44 16 Line identifications in the near-ultraviolet for nine bright stars. VAN DER HUCHT K.A., LAMERS H.J.G.L.M., FARAGGIANA R., et al.
1976ApJ...203L.131K 6 8 Nova Cygni 1975: narrow-band polarimetry and photometry 0.31-1.7 microns. KEMP J.C. and RUDY R.J.
1976ApJ...203..417C 4 32 736 Empirical effective temperatures and bolometric corrections for early-type stars. CODE A.D., DAVIS J., BLESS R.C., et al.
1976ApJ...204L..35G 3 5 85 The early infrared development of Nova Cygni 1975. GALLAGHER J.S. and NEY E.P.
1976ApJ...204..838P 2 4 Spectrophotometry of R Coronae Borealis during the minimum of 1974. PATTERSON R.S., FIX J.D. and NEFF J.S.
1976ApJ...205..802C 8 18 On the nature of IRC +10420. CRAINE E.R., SCHUSTER W.J., TAPIA S., et al.
1976ApJ...207..174L 6 3 93 Digital image reconstruction applied to alpha Orionis. LYNDS C.R., WORDEN S.P. and HARVEY J.W.
1976ApJ...208..414Z 189 77 Further observations of the lambda 10830 He line in stars and their significance as a measure of stellar activity. ZIRIN H.
1976ApJ...209..734Z 1 17 103 The masses of the anomalous Cepheids in the Draco system. ZINN R. and SEARLE L.
1976ApJS...31...93M 39 34 Infrared photometry of RT Lacertae. MILONE E.F.
1976ApJS...32....7B viz 640 223 Catalog of spectrophotometric scans of stars. BREGER M.
1976ApJS...32..501F 73 T                   1 1 28 The ultraviolet spectrum of
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FARAGGIANA R., HACK M. and LECKRONE D.S.
1976MNRAS.174..217J 1 2 17 Infrared observations and a model of beta Lyr. JAMESON R.F. and LONGMORE A.J.
1976MNRAS.174..503B 26 116 Stellar angular diameters and visual surface brightness. II. Early and intermediate spectral types. BARNES T.G., EVANS D.S. and PARSONS S.B.
1976MNRAS.176p..79K 5 ~ Absolute spectrophotometry of Nova Cyg 1975. KONTIZAS E., KONTIZAS M. and SMYTH M.J.
1976ATsir.927....6K 68 T                   1 1 0 On the magnitude of
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1976Ap&SS..40..455R 3 4 Spectrophotometric determination of the temperature of the cepheid zet Gem. RAUTELA B.S. and JOSHI S.C.
1976Ap&SS..44..451R 47 1 A comparison between the two-micron Sky survey and the Celescope catalogue of ultraviolet stellar observations. ROSSI L.
1976JBAA...86..219E 25 0 Building Chaucer's astrolabe. III. EISNER S.
1976PASJ...28..163K 3 13 Multiband photometry of Nova Cygni 1975. KAWARA K., MAIHARA T., NOGUSHI K., et al.
1976PASJ...28..567T 2 3 37 Atmospheres of red supergiant stars. II. The M 2 supergiant star Betelgeuse. TSUJI T.
1976SvA....19..743K 8 0 Accuracy of absolute photoelectric stellar spectrophotometry. KHARITONOV A.V.
1976SvA....20...40T 91 3 The H alpha - H epsilon lines and mean electron density for 94 O-F stars. TERESHCHENKO V.M.
1977A&A....54..869M 68 T                   1 3 14 A method to determine projected rotational velocities with application to Sirius and
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MILLIARD B., PITOIS M.L. and PRADERIE F.
1977A&A....55..121C 70 5 Classification BCD: relation entre le type spectral et la temperature effective. CHALONGE D. and DIVAN L.
1977A&A....56..407H 5 23 Infrared observations of compact H II regions near class I OH maser sources. HEFELE H., WACKER W. and WEINBERGER R.
1977A&A....60....1B 22 45 Comparison of the S2/68 and OAO-2 stellar ultraviolet flux measurements. BEECKMANS F.
1977A&A....60..181G 129 23 Spectral classification of stars with the same colours in intermediate multiband photometry the concept of photometric "star-box". GOLAY M., MANDWEWALA N. and BARTHOLDI P.
1977A&A....61..679T 87 T                   1 2 192 Absolute energy distributions of
alpha Lyrae and 109 Virginis from 3295 Angstroem to 9040 Angstroem.
TUG H., WHITE N.M. and LOCKWOOD G.W.
1977A&AS...30..213P 16 50 Polarization observations of 77 stars within 25 pc from the Sun. PIIROLA V.
1977AJ.....82...67C 2 7 Study of a light curve of beta Persei at 3428 A. CHEN K.-Y., MERRILL J.E. and RICHARDSON W.W.
1977ApJ...211..207H 3 12 Ultraviolet photometry from the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory. XXVII. Interpretation of the light curve of RR Lyrae. HUTCHINSON J.L., HILL S.J. and LILLIE C.F.
1977ApJ...212..446R 5 3 The ultraviolet excess of U Cephei. RHOMBS C.G. and FIX J.D.
1977ApJ...214L..35S 73 T                   1 1 25 The continuous UV flux of
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1977ApJ...214..130P 69 T                   1 4 24 The abundance of boron in
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1977ApJ...214..667M 10 21 Radiometric diameters of 84 asteroids from observations in 1974-1976. MORRISON D.
1977ApJ...215..584H 27 26 Spectrophotometry of cool angular-diameter stars. HONEYCUTT R.K., RAMSEY L.W., WARREN W.H., et al.
1977ApJ...216..747P 7 12 Comparison of predicted and observed spectral energy distributions of A-type stars. PANEK R.J.
1977ApJ...217..127C 16 5 The radial velocities of early-type stars within six degrees of the galactic anticenter direction. CHRISTY J.W.
1977ApJ...217..488U 6 3 Content of the near-ultraviolet spectrum of alpha Cygni (A2Ia). UNDERHILL A.B.
1977ApJ...217..749P 8 9 Spectra of A type stars from 3600 to 4200 angstroms. PANEK R.J.
1977ApJ...217..928H 1 23 184 Star formation in blue galaxies. HUCHRA J.P.
1977ApJS...33..269S viz 60 114 A catalog of 0.2 angstroms resolution far-ultraviolet stellar spectra measured with Copernicus. SNOW T.P. and JENKINS E.B.
1977ApJS...34..101P 95 45 Spectral energy distributions of stars derived from Fourier transformspectrometry. PRITCHET C. and VAN DEN BERGH S.
1977ApJS...34..479L 237 165 Radii of nearby stars: an application of the Barnes-Evans relation. LACY C.H.
1977MNRAS.178..651D 29 72 On uvby indices and empirical effective temperatures and bolometric corrections for B stars. DAVIS J. and SHOBBROOK R.R.
1977MNRAS.180..177B 2 28 350 Stellar angular diameters from infrared photometry. Application to Arcturus and other stars with effective temperatures. BLACKWELL D.E. and SHALLIS M.J.
1977MNRAS.180..461S 3 7 Observations of beta Persei at 4.8 mu-m. SANCHEZ MAGRO C., NEEDHAM J.D., PHILLIPS J.P., et al.
1977PASP...89..541B 4 5 Infrared spectra of the WN stars HD 50896 and HD 151932. BERNAT A.P., BARNES T.G., SCHUPLER B.R., et al.
1977ATsir.950....8L 68 T                   1 2 0 Is
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1977IBVS.1242....1P 49 6 Etoiles variables de grande parallaxe. PETIT M.
1977IzKry..56...16B 3 4 Photometric, spectroscopic observations of spectral binary zeta And in 1974. BELYAKINA T.S., BURNASHEV V.I. and ZHILIN V.M.
1977JRASC..71..123U 9 0 Spectral lines in the ultraviolet. UNDERHILL A.B.
1977PASJ...29..511N 54 36 Three micron absorption band of carbon stars. NOGUCHI K., MAIHARA T., OKUDA H., et al.
1977SvA....21..730K 8 0 Comparison of the results of absolute spectrophotometry and UBV photometry. KHARITONOV A.V.
1978A&A....68...89F 1 3 23 High resolution profiles in A-type stars. FREIRE R., CZARNY J., FELENBOK P., et al.
1978A&A....69....1A 129 1 The influence of interstellar absorption on measured strengths of the Balmer discontinuity. ARDEBERG A. and VIRDEFORS B.
1978A&A....70L..75S 3 13 The infrared variability of the eruptive variable HM Sagittae. SLOVAK M.H.
1978A&AS...32...69B 3 7 The ultraviolet spectrum of alpha Cygni. BARBIER R., SWINGS J.P., DELCROIX A., et al.
1978A&AS...32..409G 458 45 Space velocities and ages of nearby early-type stars. GROSBOL P.J.
1978A&AS...33...15C 605 7 Spectral classification from the ultraviolet line features of S2/68 spectra III. Early A-type stars. CUCCHIARO A., MACAU-HERCOT D., JASCHEK M., et al.
1978A&AS...33...27A 4 16 The ultraviolet spectrum of the manganese stars alpha And and beta Tau. AYDIN C. and HACK M.
1978A&AS...34..211M 14 4 Evolution of TX CVn from cataclysmic to stationary P Cyg stage. MAMMANO A. and TAFFARA S.
1978A&AS...34..441P 165 1 Photoelectric K-line indices for 165 B, A and F stars. PEDERSEN H. and RUDKJOBING M.
1978AJ.....83...48C 25 4 501 Empirical calibrations of the uvby, beta systems. II. The B-type stars. CRAWFORD D.L.
1978AJ.....83.1227H 44 2 Photographic astrometry against a bright sky: theory and application. HANDLER F.A. and MATZNER R.A.
1978AJ.....83.1377T 15 6 Near-infrared energy distributions of M 31. TAYLOR B.J.
1978ApJ...219..515B 69 T                   1 2 10 Heavy element abundances in Ap stars from ultraviolet data. I. The bright reference stars
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1978ApJ...220...75F 2 46 658 Photometric studies of composite stellar systems. I. CO and JHK observations of E and S0 galaxies. FROGEL J.A., PERSSON S.E., AARONSON M., et al.
1978ApJ...220L..97K 1 6 34 On the column density of the interstellar MgII to Sirius and other nearby stars. KONDO Y., TALENT D.L., BARKER E.S., et al.
1978ApJ...220..442A 39 72 Photometric studies of composite stellar systems. II. Observations of H2O absorption and the coolest stellar component of E and S0 galaxies. AARONSON M., FROGEL J.A. and PERSSON S.E.
1978ApJ...222L.129G 5 18 C3 and infrared spectrophotometry of Y Canum Venaticorum. GOEBEL J.H., BREGMAN J.D., STRECKER D.W., et al.
1978ApJ...222..896Z 13 42 Near-infrared and CO observations of W 40 and W 48. ZEILIK M. and LADA C.J.
1978ApJ...223..168S 108 121 Infrared colors and the diffuse interstellar bands. SNEDEN C., GEHRZ R.D., HACKWELL J.A., et al.
1978ApJ...223..207L 3 4 72 A study of mass loss from the mid-ultraviolet spectrum of alpha Cygni (A2Ia), beta Orionis (B8Ia) and eta Leonis (A0Ib). LAMERS H.J.G.L.M., STALIO R. and KONDO Y.
1978ApJ...223..458S 51 14 The diffuse interstellar band lambda 5780. SCHMIDT E.G.
1978ApJ...223..509B 45 11 Energy distributions in main-sequence A and F stars. BOHM-VITENSE E.
1978ApJ...224..910F 2 7 A study of the magnetic field of the Ap stars beta Coronae Borealis. FREEDMAN R.S.
1978ApJ...225..465M 1 12 93 Ultraviolet observations of cool stars. VII. Local interstellar hydrogen and deuterium Lyman-alf. McCLINTOCK W., HENRY R.C., LINSKY J.L., et al.
1978ApJ...225..514B 23 10 Scanner observations of Am and Ap stars. BOHM-VITENSE E. and JOHNSON P.
1978ApJ...226..829H 1 12 86 Ice mantles and abnormal extinction in the rho Ophiuchi cloud. HARRIS D.H., WOOLF N.J. and RIEKE G.H.
1978ApJ...226..931C 1 5 25 On the identification of FeH and CeO in S stars. CLEGG R.E.S. and LAMBERT D.L.
1978ApJS...37...45R 4 11 238 A theoretical analysis of uvby photometry. RELYEA L.J. and KURUCZ R.L.
1978ApJS...38..205S 42 85 H alpha variations in the spectra of the brighter, northern Be stars. SLETTEBAK A. and REYNOLDS R.C.
1978ApJS...38..287G 87 63 Skymap: a new catalog of stellar data. GOTTLIEB D.M.
1978MNRAS.183...55J 5 4 Absolute energy distribution in rho Cassiopeiae. JOSHI S.C. and RAUTELA B.S.
1978MNRAS.183..285B 90 309 Stellar angular diameters and visual surface brightness. III. An improved definition of the relationship. BARNES T.G., EVANS D.S. and MOFFETT T.J.
1978MNRAS.184..265P 4 9 Radial-velocity variations of alpha Equulei and HR 6684 deduced from PDS scans. PIKE C.D.
1978PASP...90..139J 69 T                   1 2 14 Emission lines in the spectrum of
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1978PASP...90..514B 69 T                   1 1 9 Emission lines in the spectrum of
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1978PASP...90..518G 69 T                   1 1 7 Emission lines in the spectrum of
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1978ATsir1009....4K 6 0 Determination of spectral density of radiation from six stars. KHARITONOV A.V., TERESHCHENKO V.M., BOYKO P.N., et al.
1978ATsir1015....1T 5 0 Preliminary results of photometry of HM Sge in the visual and near infrared. TARANOVA O.G., SHENAVRIN V.I. and YUDIN B.F.
1978Ap.....14..108Z 23 0 Surface brightness of the Northern Milky Way in the red region. ZAVARZIN Y.M.
1978Ap&SS..54..233C 2 4 Spectrophotometry of comet West (1975n) after the perihelion passage. CHAUBEY U.S.
1978Ap&SS..55..147D 25 2 Excited cosmic plasmas. DE JAGER C.
1978IzKry..58...81B 19 2 Spectral classification, the method of the search for the cool companions of spectroscopic binaries in the near infrared. BYCHKOV V.D., VITRICHENKO E.A. and SHCHERBAKOV A.G.
1978MmSAI..49..673D 3 0 First observations with the reticon spectrophotometer at Cima Ekar Observatory. DI SEREGO ALIGHIERI S.
1978Natur.271..334J 1 2 12 Infrared light curves of AM Her. JAMESON R.F., AKINCI R., ADAMS D., et al.
1978PASJ...30..419S 7 12 Infrared observations of Nova Vul 1976 (NQ Vul). SATO S., KAWARA K., KOBAYASHI Y., et al.
1978RMxAA...4....3J viz 50 11 An atlas of stellar spectra. II. JOHNSON H.L.
1978SvA....22..284K 8 4 Reinvestigation of the spectral energy distribution of eight stars used as spectrophotometric standards. KHARITONOV A.V. and GLUSHNEVA I.N.
1978SvA....22..576K 68 T                   1 8 ~ Calibration of spectrophotometric standards against
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1978SvA....22..688K 6 0 Spectrophotometric standards : absolute energy distribution in the spectra of six stars. KOMAROV N.S., KARAMYSH V.F. and POZIGUN V.A.
1978IAUS...80...65H 24 103 The absolute calibration of the HR diagram: Fundamental effective temperatures and bolometric corrections. HAYES D.S.
1979A&A....74...15P 6 21 Colour and polarization of the zodiacal light from the ultraviolet to the near infrared. PITZ E., LEINERT C., SCHULZ A., et al.
1979A&A....74..313G 3 10 172 The colours of G and K type giant stars. I. GUSTAFSSON B. and BELL R.A.
1979A&A....78..104L 6 17 Minimum-flux coronal models for hydrogen and He white dwarf atmospheres. LAMPTON M. and MEWE R.
1979A&A....78..148F 72 T                   1 1 20 High resolution profiles in A-type stars III.
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1979A&A....78..335C 1 1 5 A photometric disk model of the Milky Way. I. Direct starlight intensities and effect of clumping. CAPLAN J. and GREC G.
1979A&A....79..174C 70 T                   1 1 14 Spectral analysis of
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1979A&AS...35..325T 188 34 A list of zero-polarization standards. TINBERGEN J.
1979AJ.....84...96T 23 24 Observations of secondary spectrophotometric standards in the wavelength range between 5840 and 10800 Angstrom. TAYLOR B.J.
1979AJ.....84.1372W 1 7 37 Southern RS CVn systems. Candidate list. WEILER E.J. and STENCEL R.E.
1979ApJ...227..232B 47 50 Subdwarfs. II. The missing halo-population K subdwarfs. BESSELL M.S. and WICKRAMASINGHE D.T.
1979ApJ...229..661T 68 T                   1 7 22 Detection of soft X-rays from
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1979ApJ...230..526K 56 27 Balloon-borne ultraviolet stellar spectrograph. I. Instrumentation and observation. KONDO Y., DE JAGER C., HOEKSTRA R., et al.
1979ApJ...231..495T 2 2 22 Secondaries of eclipsing binaries. II. U Sagittae. TOMKIN J.
1979ApJ...233..239G 16 16 The degenerate stars with hydrogen atmospheres. I. GREENSTEIN 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...40....1K 727 1 3635 Model atmospheres for G, F, A, B and O stars. KURUCZ R.L.
1979ApJS...41...47L 42 199 Stellar model chromospheres. X. High-resolution, absolute flux profiles of the Ca II H and K lines in stars of spectral types F0-M2. LINSKY J.L., WORDEN S.P., McCLINTOCK W., et al.
1979ApJS...41..501S 1 13 108 Airborne stellar spectrophotometry from 1.2 to 5.5 microns: absolute calibration and spectra of stars earlier than M 3. STRECKER D.W., ERICKSON E.F. and WITTEBORN F.C.
1979MNRAS.188..847B 34 81 The infrared flux method for determining stellar angular diameters and effective temperatures. BLACKWELL D.E., SHALLIS M.J. and SELBY M.J.
1979PASP...91..465M 41 8 Equivalent widths and narrow-band photometry of three stellar lines. MENDOZA E.E. and JOHNSON H.L.
1979PASP...91..589B 16 15 1233 UBVRI photometry II: the Cousins VRI system, its temperature and absolute flux calibration and relevance for two-dimensional photometry. BESSELL M.S.
1979ATsir1046....2A 68 T                   1 1 0 Absolute calibration of the energy distribution in the spectrum of
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1979Ap&SS..64...25G 31 5 Circumstellar clouds derived from the 2800 Mg II data. GURZADYAN G.A.
1979IzKry..60...37M 22 2 Results of the spectral observations of Be stars in the near infrared. MALANUSHENKO V.P. and SHCHERBAKOV A.G.
1979PASJ...31..481S 70 T                   1 2 28 Differential abundance analysis of gamma Geminorum (A0IV) relative to the standard star
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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....4W 70 T                   1 1 14 The mystery of
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1979S&T....57..124W 68 T                   1 1 0 Emission lines in the spectrum of
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1979SvA....23..449T 16 5 Absolute calibration of the energy distribution in the spectra of 16 stars in the 3500-7500 A region. TEREZ G.A. and TEREZ E.I.
1979SvA....23..567S 3 7 Optical and infrared photometry of R CrB at the 1977 minimum. SHENAVRIN V.I., TARANOVA O.G., MOROZ V.I., et al.
1979VKha..190...52Z viz 334 5 Nearest stars. ZAKHOZHAJ V.A.
1980A&A....81..336S 29 14 Radii of single main sequence stars (A0V-G2V): comparison with radii determined using binary systems. SHALLIS M.J. and BLACKWELL D.E.
1980A&A....82..249B 1 28 158 Use of the infra-red flux method for determining stellar effective temperatures and angular diameters; the stellar temperature scale. BLACKWELL D.E., PETFORD A.D. and SHALLIS M.J.
1980A&A....84..300L 1 5 45 On the identification problem of the infrared "Keenan bands" in S stars. LINDGREN B. and OLOFSSON G.
1980A&A....91..221H 1 18 118 The Sun among the stars. III. Energy distributions of 16 northern G-type stars and the solar flux calibration. HARDORP J.
1980A&AS...40..129P 12 8 The Utrecht photometric system and the adopted standard stars. PROVOOST P.
1980A&AS...41..405C 530 74 A catalogue of Fe/H determinations. CAYREL DE STROBEL G., BENTOLILA C., HAUCK B., et al.
1980AJ.....85..836W viz 63 19 Spectrophotometry of peculiar B and A stars. IV. Secondary standards and the Ap stars HD 10783 and CU Vir. WHITE R.E., PYPER D.M. and ADELMAN S.J.
1980ApJ...240..768P 69 17 Iron-peak abundances in the nuclear regions of M 31, M 81 and M 94. PRITCHET C. and CAMPBELL B.
1980ApJ...240..853M 4 16 Infrared spectrophotometry of SS 433. McALARY C.W. and McLAREN R.A.
1980ApJ...241..736D 96 T                   1 1 138 The chemical composition, gravity and temperature of
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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.192..745K 112 29 Empirical effective temperatures of B and early A stars. KONTIZAS E. and THEODOSSIOU E.
1980MNRAS.193..111S 71 T                   1 1 13 Measurement of the absolute flux from
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1980PASP...92..154G 71 T                   1 1 13 The rotation rate of
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1980PASP...92..472R 5 6 A search for short-time-scale variations in H alf emission in the spectra of four bright Be stars. REYNOLDS R.C. and SLETTEBAK A.
1980ARA&A..18..115P 1 167 1194 Stellar masses. POPPER D.M.
1980Ap&SS..69..295G 3 3 Circumstellar clouds derived from ultraviolet stellar spectra. GURZADYAN G.A. and RUSTAMBEKOVA S.S.
1980Ap&SS..69..401F 407 4 Apparent radii and other parameters for 416 B5V-F5V stars of the catalogue of the Geneva Observatory. FRACASSINI M., MANZOLINI F., PASINETTI L.E., et al.
1980IzKry..62...34D 92 2 Profiles and equivalent widths of the K-line of ionized calcium in metallic-line stars. DOBRITCHEV V.M.
1980RMxAA...5...25J viz 17 ~ The absolute calibration of stellar spectrophotometry. JOHNSON H.L.
1980SvA....24..168K 69 T                   1 1 4 Calibration of the spectra of selected stars. I.
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1980VA.....24..141G 39 98 The Geneva seven-colour photometric system. GOLAY M.
1981A&A....97..203S 14 4 Absolute magnitudes of nearby bright stars. SHALLIS M.J.
1981A&A....98...92P 70 T                   1 1 9 Non-LTE analysis of the ultraviolet spectrum of A type stars. I. Copernicus observations of the Ly-alf profile in
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1981A&A...101..161H 10 9 The evolutionary status of upsilon Sagittarii (=HD 181615) as derived from ultraviolet and visual observations. HELLINGS P., DE LOORE C., BURGER M., et al.
1981A&A...101..176F 84 13 Effective temperature of Ap stars. FLOQUET M.
1981A&A...103...28B 17 27 Stellar diameter measurements by two-telescope interferometry in optical wavelengths. BONNEAU D., KOECHLIN L., ONETO J.L., et al.
1981ApJ...245..163V 183 487 Results from an extensive Einstein stellar survey. VAIANA G.S., CASSINELLI J.P., FABBIANO G., et al.
1981ApJ...245..219B 3 6 Boron and beryllium in gamma Geminorum. BOESGAARD A.M. and PRADERIE F.
1981ApJ...247..569B 13 44 Multilist photoelectric magnetometer observations of Cepheids and supergiants: probable detections of weak magnetic fields. BORRA E.F., FLETCHER J.M. and POECKERT R.
1981ApJ...248..279P 1 67 581 Relations among stellar X-ray emission observed from Einstein, stellar rotation and bolometric luminosity. PALLAVICINI R., GOLUB L., ROSNER R., et al.
1981ApJ...248..638L 1 9 46 Circumstellar shells of luminous supergiants. I. Carbon monoxide in rho Cassiopeiae and HR 8752. LAMBERT D.L., HINKLE K.H. and HALL D.N.B.
1981ApJ...250..306M 2 2 26 The visual surface brightness relation and the absolute magnitudes of RR Lyraae stars. I. Theory. MANDUCA A. and BELL R.A.
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.197...57M 69 T                   1 2 5 The near ultraviolet spectra of
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1981PASP...93..587S 6 19 Abundance analyses of 21 Peg (B9.5V) and HR 7338 (A0III) SADAKANE K.
1981Ap&SS..80..197G 47 4 On the problem of detection of the circumstellar clouds from 2800 MG II observations. GURZADYAN G.A.
1981Ap&SS..80..231G 7 0 On the behaviour of the lines 2905 Si II and 2932 MG II in the spectra of B-A stars. GURZADYAN G.A. and RUSTAMBEKOVA S.S.
1981BICDS..20...28C 69 5 Age et metallicite d'etoiles plus proches de 10 parsecs et ayant une temperature effective superieure a 4000 K. CAYREL DE STROBEL G.
1981IBVS.1921....1K 777 28 65th Name-list of variable stars. KHOLOPOV P.N., SAMUS N.N., KUKARKINA N.P., et al.
1981PZ.....21..465K 60 3 On the classification of variable stars. KHOLOPOV P.N.
1981PASJ...33..189S 75 T                   1 1 34 Metal abundances and the microturbulence in
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1981PASJ...33..373N 178 106 Near-infrared photometry of carbon stars. NOGUCHI K., KAWARA K., KOBAYASHI Y., et al.
1981RMxAA...6..137M 6 0 Fourier transform spectroscopy of six stars. MENDOZA V E.E.
1981SvA....25...45D 173 2 Balmer-line equivalent widths in main sequence B-F stars, and comparison with model atmospheres. DOROSHENKO V.T., GLUSHNEVA I.N., MOSSAKOVSKAYA L.V., et al.
1981SvA....25..361G 7 2 Determination of extra-atmospheric monochromatic stellar magnitudes in the region of telluric bands. GALKIN V.D. and ARKHAROV A.A.
1981SvA....25..705K 69 T                   1 7 2 On the problem of the variability of
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1982A&A...105...53T 1 23 128 Interstellar polarization in the immediate solar neighbourhood. TINBERGEN J.
1982A&A...106...98T 7 21 The variable shell star HR 5999. TJIN A DJIE H.R.E., THE P.S., HACK M., et al.
1982A&A...108..102L 1 6 52 Spectroscopy and infrared photometry of Cyg OB 2 stars : velocity law and mass-loss rates. LEITHERER C., HEFELE H., STAHL O., et al.
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.
1982A&AS...47..595V 249 2 UV photometric data on standard A, F and Am stars observed by S2/68. VAN'T VEER-MENNERET C., FARAGGIANA R., BURKHART C., et al.
1982A&AS...48..503R 286 57 List of 333 variable microvariable or suspected variable stars detected in the Geneva photometry. RUFENER F. and BARTHOLDI P.
1982A&AS...49..109S 10 4 Intermediate band filter spectrophotometry of bright galaxies. I. Observations. SOLHEIM J.E., DE VAUCOULEURS G. and DE VAUCOULEURS A.
1982A&AS...50..147C 916 3 Quatrieme meridien de l'Observatoire de Besancon. CREZE M., MAZODIER B., CLAIREMIDI J., et al.
1982A&AS...50..199D 186 51 Largeurs equivalentes de raies spectrales dans les etoiles B. DIDELON P.
1982AJ.....87..428R 4 3 Parallax studies of four selected fields. RUSSELL J.L., GATEWOOD G.D. and WOREK T.F.
1982ApJ...252..302O 3 11 High resolution observations of magnesium II 2800 angstrom in alpha Centauri A: the density of interstellar magnesium II and the stellar chromospheric profiles. ORGERLE W.R., KONDO Y. and WEILER E.J.
1982ApJ...254..191C 36 23 Possible iron abundance variations among superficially normal A stars. COWLEY C.R., SEARS R.L., AIKMAN G.C.L., et al.
1982ApJ...254..663L 76 T                   1 2 72 Carbon, nitrogen and oxygen abundances in Sirius and
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1982ApJ...258..639L 37 150 A search for magnetic fields in normal upper-main-sequence stars. LANDSTREET J.D.
1982ApJ...259..723B 53 16 Beryllium abundances in Hg-Mn stars. BOESGAARD A.M., HEACOX W.D., WOLF S.C., et al.
1982ApJ...260..655Z 417 72 Lambda 10830 He I observations of 455 stars. ZIRIN H.
1982ApJ...263..759M 66 4 The helium 10830 angstrom line in early-type stars: an atlas of Fabry-Perot scans. MEISEL D.D., SAUNDERS B.A., FRANK Z.A., et al.
1982MNRAS.201..901D 231 43 Optical observations of ultraviolet objects. II. Classification and photometry (l= 0 to 145). DWORETSKY M.M., WHITELOCK P.A. and CARNOCHAN D.J.
1982PASP...94...50B 70 T                   1 2 10 Analysis of the spectra of Sirius and
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1982BICDS..23...53H 441 0 Variable stars in the General Catalogue of trigonometric parallaxes. HOFFLEIT D.
1982IBVS.2148....1H 6 10 Photometry of the shell star BU Tau (Pleione) 1980-82. HOPP U., WITZIGMANN S. and GEYER E.H.
1982IzKry..65..128K 5 1 The study of rapid variations of Ap-stars 53 Cam, 41 Tau and bet CrB over K Ca II and H delta lines. KUVSHINOV V.M. and PLACHINDA S.I.
1982RMxAA...5..149S 38 23 Research note: 13-color photometry, San Pedro Martir, 1973-79. SCHUSTER W.J.
1982SvAL....8..389T 5 2 Multiband optical and infrared photometry of CH Cyg. TARANOVA O.G. and YUDIN B.F.
1982IUE82......579S 20 ~ Ultraviolet spectra of some bright later-type Be stars and A-F shell stars. SLETTEBAK A.
1982IUE3r........3L 31 ~ The structure, energy balance, and winds of cool stars. LINSKY J.L.
1982IUE3r......473L 36 ~ Current NASA studies for a far-ultraviolet spectrographic Explorer (FUSE) LINSKY J., BOGGESS A., BOWYER S., et al.
1983A&A...117..209T 1 8 52 V1016 Cygni and HM Sagittae: binary stellar systems. TARANOVA O.G. and YUDIN B.F.
1983A&A...121...59F 71 T                   1 1 13 The Mg II h and k lines in
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1983A&A...125...29B 41 17 Infrared colors of the chemically peculiar stars of the upper main sequence. BONSACK W.K. and DYCK H.M.
1983A&A...126..192Z 261 14 Far ultraviolet colors of B and Be stars. ZOREC J., BRIOT D. and DIVAN L.
1983A&A...126..335W 69 T                   1 1 2 High resolution ultra-violet observations of
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1983A&AS...53..223H viz 1576 8 Meridian observations made with the Carlsberg automatic meridian circle at Brorfelde (Copenhagen University Observatory) 1981-1982. HELMER L., FABRICIUS C., EINICKE O.H., et al.
1983AJ.....88..666K 80 95 Infrared spectroscopy of symbiotic stars and the nature of their cool components. KENYON S.J. and GALLAGHER J.S.
1983AJ.....88.1017R 71 71 Additional UBVRI and JHKL photometry of T Tauri stars in the Taurus region. RYDGREN A.E. and VRBA F.J.
1983AJ.....88.1027E 72 111 Comparison of the MT. Stromlo/AAO and Caltech/Tololo infrared photometric systems. ELIAS J.H., FROGEL J.A., HYLAND A.R., et al.
1983ApJ...265..304C 62 58 Infrared photometry of O stars. CASTOR J.I. and SIMON T.
1983ApJ...265..877C 48 197 The exciting stars of Herbig-Haro objects. COHEN M. and SCHWARTZ R.D.
1983ApJ...266L..51M 5 15 Observations of diffuse interstellar lines toward stars with low column densities of H2. MEYER D.M.
1983ApJ...268..309D 7 28 Stellar diameter measurements by two-aperture interferometry in the infrared. DI BENEDETTO G.P. and CONTI G.
1983ApJ...271..264G 53 61 Einstein observations of X-ray emission from A stars. GOLUB L., HARNDEN F.R., MAXSON C.W., et al.
1983ApJ...274..261S 41 35 The resonance lines of aluminum in IUE spectra of B-type chemically peculiar stars. SADAKANE K., TAKADA M. and JUGAKU J.
1983ApJ...275..201S 5 6 176 The circumstellar and nebular environment of the Becklin-Neugebauer object : lambda=2-5 micron spectroscopy. SCOVILLE N., KLEINMANN S.G., HALL D.N.B., et al.
1983ApJS...53..413G viz 742 45 The stellar component of the galaxy as seen by the AFGL Infrared Sky Survey. GRASDALEN G.L., GEHRZ R.D., HACKWELL J.A., et al.
1983ApJS...53..643J 1982 18 Predicted infrared brightness of stars within 25 parsecs of the Sun. JOHNSON H.M. and WRIGHT C.D.
1983ApJS...53..869S 26 62 Ultraviolet spectroscopic observations of some Be stars of later type and A-F type shell stars. SLETTEBAK A. and CARPENTER K.G.
1983MNRAS.202..691B 21 10 A Study of peculiar A-type stars in the infrared. BARUCH J.E.F., GRIFFITHS W.K., GROOTE D., et al.
1983MNRAS.203..795S 77 T                   1 1 41 Measurement of the absolute monochromatic flux from
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1983MNRAS.205..859B 15 15 Infrared observations of RS CVn stars. BERRIMAN G., DE CAMPLI W.M., WERNER M.W., et al.
1983MNRAS.205..897B 80 T                   1 1 56 Absolute calibration of the infrared flux from
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1983PASP...95..480B 3 10 191 VRI photometry: an addendum. BESSELL M.S.
1983PASP...95..786D 51 6 Seeing measurements at Mauna Kea from infrared speckle interferometry. DYCK H.M. and HOWELL R.R.
1983AZh....60..262G 8 1 On the homogeneity of the spectrophotometric stellar catalogue of theSternberg Astronomical Institute. GLUSHNEVA I.N. and OVCHINNIKOV S.L.
1983AZh....60..276S 8 0 On comparison of energy distributions in the spectra of B-F-stars with energy distributions of three wide grids of models. II. Determination of effective temperatures of stars with help of models and comparison with the scale of effective temperatures. SHUSTAREV P.N.
1983AZh....60..560G 8 11 Effective temperatures for stars used as standards in the process of spectrophotometric stellar catalogue creation. Comparison with theoretical models. GLUSHNEVA I.N.
1983AZh....60..917S 61 5 Non-LTE analysis of carbon lines in spectra of hot stars. II. The lines of C III-CIV ions in spectra of O-B stars. SAKHIBULLIN N.A. and VAN DER HUCHT K.
1983BICDS..24....7G 53 2 List of spectrophotometric standards. GLUSHNEVA I.N.
1983BICDS..24...13V 33 0 Building a sequence of standard stars : identifications and EW measurements from photographic plates. VLADILO G., MOROSSI C., RAMELLA M., et al.
1983BICDS..24...31F 22 2 Preliminary list of standard stars for the methods of determination of apparent diameters and absolute radii. FRACASSINI M., PASINETTI L.E. and VALENTINI B.
1983IBVS.2268....1G 4 2 On the variability of the 5200 A structure for alf2 CVn. GERTNER J., MUCIEK M. and MIKOLAJEWSKI M.
1983IBVS.2333....1Z 2 0 Infrared variability of HR 7275. ZEILIK M., ELSTON R., HENSON G., et al.
1983IBVS.2455....1G 69 T                   1 1 4 H alpha variability in
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1983RMxAA...7..141M 14 1 Some photometric characteristics of T Tauri stars and related objects. MENDOZA V E.E.
1984A&A...130..143M 49 74 The influence of convection and rotation on X-ray emission in main sequence stars. MANGENEY A. and PRADERIE F.
1984A&A...135..325I 8 21 Photometric and spectrophotometric observations of CH Cygni in the period 1978-1982. IPATOV A.P., TARANOVA O.G. and YUDIN B.F.
1984A&AS...55...69D 47 13 Stellar magnetic fields. DIDELON P.
1984A&AS...57...55S 92 19 Radial velocities of northern mercury stars. STICKLAND D.J. and WEATHERBY J.
1984AJ.....89..172T 1 18 96 A reevaluation of the 20-mu-m magnitude system. TOKUNAGA A.T.
1984AJ.....89.1022P 103 340 On the distribution of interstellar matter around the sun. PARESCE F.
1984AJ.....89.1366S 41 31 Photometric standard stars for L' and M filter bands. SINTON W.M. and TITTEMORE W.C.
1984ApJ...277L..75H 5 2 43 Comet Cernis : icy grains at last ? HANNER M.S.
1984ApJ...278L..23A 89 T                   1 7 580 Discovery of a shell around
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1984ApJ...280..679H 1 4 19 The far-ultraviolet energy distribution of Sirius B from Voyager 2. HOLBERG J.B., WESEMAEL F. and HUBENY I.
1984ApJ...285..808H 77 T                   1 2 67 On the nature of the material surrounding
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1984ApJS...54..259T 1 19 132 An augmented system of secondary standards for bright-star spectrophotometry. TAYLOR B.J.
1984ApJS...55..597E 407 52 The A0 stars. EGGEN O.J.
1984MNRAS.206..611G 118 9 JHK photometry of 'unidentified' Equatorial Infrared Catalogue 1 sources. GHOSH S.K., IYENGAR K.V.K., RENGARAJAN T.N., et al.
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.
1984AnTok..19..553T 2 1 Overionisation of Fe in the atmosphere of 15 Vulpeculae. TAKEDA Y.
1984ATsir1311....1K 7 ~ The observations of the spectrophotometrical standard stars in 1981-1982 I. The distribution of the energy E 83 (lambda). KNYASEVA L.N., TERESHCHENKO V.M. and KHARITONOV A.V.
1984Ap&SS.105..295K 28 1 Correlation between X-ray luminosity and the deviations from the main-sequence colour-diagram for stellar X-ray sources. KUNTE P.K., RAO A.R. and VAHIA M.N.
1984BAAS...16..483A 2 3 32 IRAS observations of nearby main-sequence dwarfs. AUMANN H.H.
1984BAAS...16..892S 69 T                   1 2 0 Line profile variations in
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1984BAICz..35..294Z 4 4 Classification of Ap-stars HR 830 and 21 CVn. ZVERKO J.
1984IzPul.202...71A 15 1 The energy distribution in bright star spectra near IR-range. ALEXEEV N.L., ALEXEEVA G.A., ARKHAROV A.A., et al.
1984Msngr..36....2L 5 10 Progress in high resolution spectroscopy using a fibreoptic Coude Link. LUND G. and FERLET R.
1984Natur.307..441H 70 T                   1 5 28 On the far-infrared excess of
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1984Sci...224...14N 10 39 Early results from the Infrared Astronomical Satellite. NEUGEBAUER G., BEICHMAN C.A., SOIFER B.T., et al.
1984S&W....23..530B 3 0 Astronomie, von Anfang an. BADERSCHNEIDER H.
1984VilOB..67...28R 1 1 Stellar magnitude photon flux relationship in the Vilnius photometric system. RALYS D.A.
1985A&A...144...81V 13 19 The distribution of the local interstellar medium derived from Mg II column densities towards seven cool stars. VLADILO G., BECKMAN J.E., CRIVELLARI L., et al.
1985A&A...144..191L 41 37 Effective temperature of Ap stars : a comparison between several photometric estimators. LANZ T.
1985A&A...146..195P 30 9 Measurement of stellar integrated flux in the wavelength range 370 nm-950 nm. PETFORD A.D., LEGGETT S.K., BLACKWELL D.E., et al.
1985A&A...146..363B 1 1 4 Comet-star close encounters and transient emission line activity of stars. BHATT H.C.
1985A&A...148L...8B 74 T                   1 1 18 Dynamics of the dust material surrounding
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1985A&A...148..169D 6 10 Long baseline Michelson stellar interferometry in the near infrared. DI BENEDETTO G.P.
1985A&A...149..437G 71 T                   1 2 8 The Be II lambda 3130A region in the spectra of
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1985A&A...151..372S 1 35 178 An empirical temperature calibration for F dwarfs. SAXNER M. and HAMMARBACK G.
1985A&A...151..399M 90 T                   1 1 83 Measurement of the absolute flux from
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1985A&A...153..273L 70 T                   1 56 6 The flux distribution of
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1985A&AS...59..145C 1020 151 A catalogue of [Fe/H] determinations, 1984 edition. CAYREL DE STROBEL G., BENTOLILA C., HAUCK B., et al.
1985A&AS...60..365M 300 30 Observed and computed spectral flux distribution of non-supergiant 09-G8 stars. III. Determination of Teff for the stars in the Breger Catalogue. MOROSSI C. and MALAGNINI M.L.
1985A&AS...62..137F 144 0 Observations of right ascensions of selected FK4-stars concerning the magnitude equation. FIRNEIS M. and GOBEL E.
1985AJ.....90..896C 1 30 201 Absolute calibration of photometry at 1 through 5 mu-m. CAMPINS H., RIEKE G.H. and LEBOFSKY M.J.
1985AJ.....90..900R 1 16 96 An absolute photometric system at 10 and 20 mu.m. RIEKE G.H., LEBOFSKY M.J. and LOW F.J.
1985ApJ...292..620H 1 8 35 Oxygen isotopic abundances in evolved stars. I. Six barium stars. HARRIS M.J., LAMBERT D.L. and SMITH V.V.
1985ApJ...293L..29H 8 3 101 The gaseous component of the disk around beta Pictoris. HOBBS L.M., VIDAL-MADJAR A., FERLET R., et al.
1985ApJ...294..646H 71 T                   1 3 12 An attempt to detect mass loss from alpha Lyrae with the VLA. HOLLIS J.M., CHIN G. and BROWN R.L.
1985ApJ...299..375H 1 10 56 Oxygen isotopic abundances in evolved stars. II. Eight MS and S stars. HARRIS M.J., LAMBERT D.L. and SMITH V.V.
1985ApJS...57...63M 143 51 An empirical H-gamma luminosity calibration for class V-III stars. MILLWARD C.G. and WALKER G.A.H.
1985ApJS...59..197B viz 14       D               1 3396 41 G.P. Kuiper's spectral classifications of proper-motion stars. BIDELMAN W.P.
1985MNRAS.217..305M 3 35 519 Grids for the determination of effective temperature and surface gravity of B, A and F stars using uvbybeta photometry. MOON T.T. and DWORETSKY M.M.
1985PASP...97...60C 70 T                   1 2 3 On H-alpha variability in
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1985PASP...97..885A 1 36 200 IRAS observations of matter around nearby stars. AUMANN H.H.
1985PASP...97.1119D 25 42 Calibration of the lick red CCD bandpasses. DJORGOVSKI S.
1985AbaOB..59...83B 1592 43 Catalogue of the energy distribution data in spectra of stars in the uniform spectrophotometric system. BURNASHEV V.I.
1985AcA....35...65M 6 10 On the nature of CI Cygni. MIKOLAJEWSKA J.
1985AcApS...5..230Q 13 3 The InSb near infrared photometer of Beijing Observatory. QIAN Z.-Y., CHEN Z.-Q., DENG J., et al.
1985AISof...4...40D 80 3 Rotational velocities of metallic-line stars. DOBRICHEV V.
1985Afz....22...75R 113 1 An improvement of the MK classification using continuous spectra and the average energy distributions of O9 -A0 stars. RUBAN E.V.
1985ATsir1406....1K 8 0 On the system of stars - the "first" fotometrical standards. KNYASEVA L.N., TERESHCHENKO V.M. and KHARITONOV A.V.
1985AZh....62.1132G 57 15 Spectrophotometry of standard stars : physical parameters of the atmospheres and the scale of effective temperatures. GLUSHNEVA I.N.
1985Ap&SS.113..325S 9 5 Continuum energy distribution of Be stars. SINGH M.
1985Ap&SS.117..261M 18 21 Stellar luminosities and radii from uvbybeta photometry. MOON T.
1985IzKry..72..106S 70 T                   1 2 6 A model atmosphere analysis of
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1985JRASC..79Q.237G 73 T                   1 1 12 Is
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1985KFNT....1e...3T 70 T                   1 1 ~ The comparison of the theoretical model atmospheres of
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1985PAZh...11..458C 24 1 A method for determination of the electron density in stellar atmospheres. CHOLAKYAN V.G.
1985PAZh...11..861M 70 T                   1 1 1 A model of dusty envelope around
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1985Rech...16..464F 4 0 Les naines blanches. FONTAINE G. and WESEMAEL F.
1985S&W....24..140H 6 0 William Huggins und die Anfange der astronomischen Spektroskopie. HEARNSHAW J.B.
1985IAUS..111..121K 142 13 The MK classification and its calibration. KEENAN P.C.
1985IAUS..111..225H 13 4 209 Stellar absolute fluxes and energy distributions from 0.32 to 4.0 mum. HAYES D.S.
1985IAUS..111..271H 114 20 Calibration in temperature of photometric parameters. HAUCK B.
1985IAUS..111..433H 23 0 A note on the calibration of effective temperatures. HEINTZE J.R.W.
1985IAUS..111..439G 70 T                   1 2 0 The Be II lambda 3130 A region in the spectra of
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1985IAUS..111..455P 47 4 Standard stars for the comparison of methods of diameters determination. PASTORI L., PASINETTI L.E., ANTONELLO E., et al.
1985IAUS..111..465G 12 3 Effective temperatures of stars with "standard" angular diameters. GLUSHNEVA I.N.
1985IAUS..111..535M 30 2 Determination of Teff for candidate standard stars based on comparison with model atmospheres. MALAGNINI M.L., MOROSSI C. and RAMELLA M.
1986A&A...155..104W 5 2 40 The density structure of the wind of P Cygni (B1 Ia+). WATERS L.B.F.M. and WESSELIUS P.R.
1986A&A...159..175N 71 T                   1 5 29 The absolute energy distributions of the sun, of the 'solar analogs' 16 Cyg B, Hyades VB 64, 16 Cyg A and of the standard stars
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1986A&A...159..217L 23 51 The effective temperatures, diameters and luminosities of 22 bright stars by application of the infrared flux method. LEGGETT S.K., MOUNTAIN C.M., SELBY M.J., et al.
1986A&A...161L...9A 71 T                   1 1 4 The infrared excess of
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1986A&A...165..170G 95 T                   1 1 100 The iron abundance of
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1986A&AS...65..607O 5419 357 IRAS catalogues and atlases. Atlas of Low-Resolution Spectra. OLNON F.M., RAIMOND E. (The IRAS Science Team)
1986AJ.....92.1183T 1 15 90 The NASA infrared telescope facility comet Halley monitoring program. I. Preperihelion results. TOKUNAGA A.T., GOLISCH W.F., GRIEP D.M., et al.
1986ApJ...301L..35K 5 14 Variable polarization and activity in Arcturus. KEMP J.C., HENSON G.D., KRAUS D.J., et al.
1986ApJ...303..262B 1 4 16 The Cepheid mass problem and Cepheid binaries. BOHM-VITENSE E.
1986ApJ...304..425T 54 40 The abundance of gallium in B-type chemically peculiar stars. TAKADA-HIDAI M., SADAKANE K. and JUGAKU J.
1986ApJ...308..854H 16 29 Observations of gaseous circumstellar disks. III. HOBBS L.M.
1986ApJS...60..577T 746 158 Transformation equations and other aids for VRI photometry. TAYLOR B.J.
1986ApJS...61..509L 13 5 278 Theoretical uvby-beta indices. LESTER J.B., GRAY R.O. and KURUCZ R.L.
1986ApJS...62..147B 1893 146 E.W. Fick Observatory stellar radial velocity measurements. I. 1976-1984. BEAVERS W.I. and EITTER J.J.
1986MNRAS.218..429S 50 22 Infrared photometry of the nuclei of early-type radio galaxies. SPARKS W.B., HOUGH J.H., AXON D.J., et al.
1986MNRAS.221..427B 72 T                   1 4 43 The infrared flux method and its use for study of alpha Boo, mu Her and beta Dra; relation to the
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1986MNRAS.223..443L 25 18 Narrow-band 1- to 5-mu-m photometry of A-type stars. LEGGETT S.K., BARTHOLOMEW M., MOUNTAIN C.M., et al.
1986PASP...98..867S 21 24 H-alpha and near-infrared spectra of late-type Be and A-F-type shell stars. SLETTEBAK A.
1986PASP...98..927L 23 17 Carbon abundances and meridional mixing in rapidly rotating early-A stars. LAMBERT D.L., McKINLEY L.K. and ROBY S.W.
1986AISAO..22....3G 64 2 Determination of physical parameters of the atmospheres of B- and A-stars in the spectral range near the Balmer discontinuity. GULYAEV S.A., PANCHUK V.E., PLESHAKOV V.V., et al.
1986AZh....63..527P 6 3 Chemical composition of the B star HD 204754, suspected of deficiency of iron. PTITSYN D.A. and RYABCHIKOVA T.A.
1986BICDS..31..137O 38 0 Some aspects of the bibliography of astronomical objects. OCHSENBEIN F. and DUBOIS P.
1986JBAA...96...84L 12 0 Visual spectroscopy. LIVESEY R.J.
1986MitAG..67..297G 70 T                   1 0 Die Metallhaufigkeit von Wega. GIGAS D.
1986PASJ...38..215S 73 T                   1 1 12 Analysis of the ultraviolet spectrum (2000 A to 3000 A) of
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1986RMxAA..13..115T 25 33 A set of photometric near-infrared standard stars observed at San Pedro Martir. TAPIA M., NERI L. and ROTH M.
1986SSRv...43..211V 35 17 Dark companions of stars. VAN DE KAMP P.
1986NIA86......311G 3 ~ 40 Cnc, a Vega analog ? GERBALDI M. and FREIRE FERRERO R.
1986NIA86......377H 107 ~ Carbon and nitrogen in B2 to A2 main-sequence stars. HARDORP J., CUGIER H., KORATKAR A., et al.
1986NIA86......491F 18 ~ Limits on the "local fluff" from IUE MGI data. FRISCH P.C., YORK D.G. and FOWLER J.R.
1987A&A...181...77C 24 52 B and A type stars with unexpectedly large colour excesses at IRAS wavelengths. COTE J.
1987A&A...183..403C 120 0 Right ascension corrections to 120 FK4-stars by the analysis of time observations obtained with the photoelectric transit instrument at Torino Observatory. CHIUMIENTO G., SARASSO M. and POMA A.
1987AJ.....93.1199C 1 7 40 IRAS colors of normal stars. COHEN M., SCHWARTZ D.E., CHOKSHI A., et al.
1987AJ.....94..771D 464 11 On the (B-V) colors of the bright stars. DAVIDSON G.T., CLAFLIN E.S. and HAISCH B.M.
1987AJ.....94..981L 278 122 Additional late-type stars with technetium. LITTLE S.J., LITTLE-MARENIN I.R. and HAGEN BAUER W.
1987ApJ...321..975K 13 22 Ground-based infrared observations of variable IRAS sources as candidates for late asymptotic giant branch stars. KWOK S., HRIVNAK B.J. and BOREIKO R.T.
1987ApJS...63..917S 4 4 77 The evolution of red clump stars : theoretical sequences. SEIDEL E., DEMARQUE P. and WEINBERG D.
1987ApJS...65..581G 373 149 The early A type stars: refined MK classification, confrontation with Stromgren photometry, and the effects of rotation. GRAY R.O. and GARRISON R.F.
1987PASP...99..654S 3 3 Improvements in spectroscopic continuum noise with fiber-optics illumination of a Reticon array. SMITH M.A., GRAVES J.E., JAKSHA D.B., et al.
1987PASP...99.1344S 19 20 Spectral differential imaging detection of planets about nearby stars. SMITH W.H.
1987ARA&A..25..521B 1 21 118 The IRAS view of the Galaxy and the solar system. BEICHMAN C.A.
1987AISAO..25...60G 44 2 Determination of physical characteristics of atmospheres of B- and A-stars by the Balmer indices method. GULYAYEV S.A., PANCHUK V.E. and PYATKES S.G.
1987BAAS...19Z.752K 4 ~ Synoptic high-sensitivity polarimetry of very bright stars. KEMP J.C., HENSON G.D., KRAUS D.J., et al.
1987BAAS...19..829G 70 T                   1 3 0 On the orientation and scale of the particle clouds around
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1987BAAS...19..830B 70 T                   1 3 ~ The spatial scale, characteristic particle size, and evolution of the particle clouds around beta Pic, alpha PsA and
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1987BAICz..38...24H 241 0 Two catalogues of FK4 right-ascension corrections and their application. HEFTY J. and LEHMANN M.
1987RMxAA..14..385M 91 3 A preliminary report on photometric measurements of the helium line lambda 10830A. MENDOZA V E.E.
1987S&T....73..491K 29 0 White Sirian stars : class A. KALER J.B.
1987S&T....74..147K 24 0 The B stars : beacons of the skies. KALER J.B.
1987S&T....74..465K 35 0 The spectacular O stars. KALER J.B.
1987IAUS..122..225A 70 T                   1 1 0 On the infrared excess of
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1987LNP87.291..340B 28 ~ Exploiting the infrared : IRAS observations of the main sequence. BACKMAN D.E. and GILLETT F.C.
1988A&A...192..264G 14 1 59 A non-LTE abundance determination of Mg and Ba in Vega. GIGAS D.
1988A&A...197..163C 9 12 Analysis of C II resonance lines in some main sequence early-type stars. CUGIER H. and HARDORP J.
1988A&A...197..266G 45 54 Magnitudes of central stars of planetary nebulae. GATHIER R. and POTTASCH S.R.
1988A&A...201..259F 70 43 Behaviour of O I triplet lambda 7773. I. Normal stars. FARAGGIANA R., GERBALDI M., VAN'T VEER C., et al.
1988A&A...202..101C 8 18 Carbon abundance in beta Persei and lambda Tauri. CUGIER H. and HARDORP J.
1988A&A...203..341P 216 11 Stellar integrated fluxes for 216 stars in the wavelength range 380nm-900nm. PETFORD A.D., BLACKWELL D.E., BOOTH A.J., et al.
1988A&A...203..348W 3 5 74 51 Ophiuchi (B9.5Ve) : a Be star in the class of beta Pictoris stars ? WATERS L.B.F.M., COTE J. and GEBALLE T.R.
1988A&A...207..112B 31 47 The chemical composition of the lambda Bootis stars. BASCHEK B. and SLETTEBAK A.
1988AJ.....95.1269M 21 17 Preliminary measurements of star positions with the Mark III stellar interferometer. MOZURKEWICH D., HUTTER D.J., JOHNSTON K.J., et al.
1988AJ.....95.1278R 11 1 46 Diffraction-limited imaging with ground-based optical telescopes. READHEAD A.C.S., NAKAJIMA T.S., PEARSON T.J., et al.
1988AJ.....96..337K 166 69 The cool components of symbiotic stars. II. Infrared photometry. KENYON S.J.
1988AJ.....96.1415A 29 49 Spectral class distribution of circumstellar material in main-sequence stars. AUMANN H.H.
1988ApJ...325..776S 29 17 The abundance of zinc in Hg-Mn stars. SADAKANE K., JUGAKU J. and TAKADA-HIDAI M.
1988MNRAS.230..551N 2 3 32 Formation of planets around stars of various masses - II. Stars of two and three solar masses and the origin and evolution of circumstellar dust clouds. NAKANO T.
1988PASP..100..116O 2 1 9 CCD testing at Palomar Observatory OKE J.B., HARRIS F.H., OKE D.C., et al.
1988PASP..100..811S 4 9 Abundances of mercury in Sirius and Vega. SADAKANE K., JUGAKU J. and TAKADA-HIDAI M.
1988PASP..100.1134B 95 5 1909 JHKLM photometry: standard systems, passbands and intrinsic colors. BESSELL M.S. and BRETT J.M.
1988PASP..100.1509W 1 34 148 Cool circumstellar matter around nearby main-sequence stars. WALKER H.J. and WOLSTENCROFT R.D.
1988AcA....38..443B 32 14 Local interstellar wind velocity from Doppler shifts of interstellar matter lines. BZOWSKI M.
1988Aster.102...18I 16 0 Grupos de estudio. IPARRAGUIRRE J.
1988Afz....28..573M 5 0 A comparison of observed and theoretical absolute energy distributions in the spectrum of Vega. MEREGIN V.P. and RUBAN E.V.
1988AZh....65.1106T 8 3 The investigation of the linearity of Alma-Ata spectrophotometric catalogue and its reduction. TERESHCHENKO V.M.
1988IUEEN..29...45. 439 0 Merged log of IUE observations. :Anonymous
1988JRASC..82..336G 5 1 23 The spectroscopic and photometric effects of rotation in the A-type stars. GRAY R.O.
1988KFNT....4a..47M 2 ~ Spectral variability of the Wolf-rayet stars. I. Investigation of the apparatus complex. MARCHENKO S.V.
1988Obs...108..199M 13 3 The distances to the stars. MURRAY C.A.
1988PhR...170...99R 1 3 20 Interferometric imaging in optical astronomy. RODDIER F.
1988IAUS..132..333G 3 3 Physical input for the determination of stellar abundances. GUSTAFSSON B.
1988IAUS..132..395G 1 3 The chemical composition of Vega. GIGAS D.
1988IAUS..132..411H 1 6 27 Accurate spectroscopy of intermediate and late spectral types. HOLWEGER H.
1988IUE88...1..405F 7 ~ AU II in IUE spectra of chemically peculiar stars. FUHRMANN K.
1989A&A...208..255G 13 21 Carbon monoxide along the line of sight to Galactic Center infrared sources. GEBALLE T.R., BAAS F. and WADE R.
1989A&A...209..233R 49 19 "Normal" main sequence A0 stars of low rotational velocity. RAMELLA M., GERBALDI M., FARAGGIANA R., et al.
1989A&A...214..295F 6 17 Search for cool giant companions of the Be stars zeta Tau and KX And. FLOQUET M., HUBERT A.M., MAILLARD J.P., et al.
1989A&A...218..167B 72 T                   1 1 9 Determination of the absolute flux from
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1989A&A...225..125L 1 18 96 Abundance anomalies in main sequence A stars. I. Iron and titanium. LEMKE M.
1989A&AS...77..345F 7 13 Element identifications in IUE spectra of chemically peculiar stars :the Pt-Au-Hg sequence. FUHRMANN K.
1989A&AS...78..511P 1221 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.
1989A&AS...80..399F 9 13 The IUE-UV spectrum of the CP2 star HR 465. FUHRMANN K.
1989A&AS...81..127G 125 27 Behaviour of OI triplet lambda-7773. II. Ap stars. GERBALDI M., FLOQUET M., FARAGGIANA R., et al.
1989AJ.....98.1918V 83 46 On the calibration of the IRAS low-resolution spectra. VOLK K. and COHEN M.
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...340..468L 23 24 Erosion of circumstellar particle disks by interstellar dust. LISSAUER J.J. and GRIFFITH C.A.
1989ApJ...346L..29N 13 9 The detection of an IR excess toward the globular cluster RV Tauri variable M 28 V 17. NOOK M.A. and CARDELLI J.A.
1989ApJS...71.1011R 107 T K                 1 1 8 The Copernicus ultraviolet spectral atlas of
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1989MNRAS.236..447F 1 6 43 The absolute magnitudes of RR Lyrae stars - I. X Arietis. FERNLEY J.A., LYNAS-GRAY A.E., SKILLEN I., et al.
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