CD-43 14304 , the SIMBAD biblio

CD-43 14304 , the SIMBAD biblio (55 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.8 - 2023.02.05CET04:48:36

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1976ApJS...30..491H 14       D               1 1947 210 Observations of southern emission-line stars. HENIZE K.G.
1978MNRAS.184..893W 91 34 Radio observations of symbiotic stars. WRIGHT A.E. and ALLEN D.A.
1980MNRAS.192..521A 71 98 On the late-type components of slow novae and symbiotic stars. ALLEN D.A.
1982IAUCo..70...27A 101 ~ Infrared studies of symbiotic stars. ALLEN D.A.
1984PASAu...5..369A 145 216 A catalogue of symbiotic stars. ALLEN D.A.
1988A&A...189...97S 43 40 Near-infrared spectral classification of symbiotic stars. SCHULTE-LADBECK R.E.
1990ApJ...349..313S 109 111 The collective radio properties of symbiotic stars. SEAQUIST E.R. and TAYLOR A.R.
1992A&AS...93..383M viz 88 103 UBVRI-JHKL photometric catalogue of symbiotic stars. MUNARI U., YUDIN B.F., TARANOVA O.G., et al.
1993A&A...268..159S 1 10 69 On the relative C,N,O abundances and the evolutionary status of yellow symbiotic stars. SCHMID H.M. and NUSSBAUMER H.
1993A&AS..102..401V viz 59 65 An atlas of high resolution line profiles of symbiotic stars. I. Coude echelle spectrometry of southern objects and a classification system of H-alpha line profile. VAN WINCKEL H., DUERBECK H.W. and SCHWARZ H.E.
1993ApJ...410..260S 104 78 A highly sensitive radio survey of symbiotic stars at 3.6 centimeters. SEAQUIST E.R., KROGULEC M. and TAYLOR A.R.
1994A&A...281..145S 18 43 Raman scattered emission lines in symbiotic stars : a spectropolarimetric survey. SCHMID H.M. and SCHILD H.
1995A&AS..109..177W viz 2979 50 Radio continuum emission from stars: a catalogue update. WENDKER H.J.
1996A&AS..119...61H 27 46 Raman scattering in symbiotic stars. I. Spectropolarimetric observations. HARRIES T.J. and HOWARTH I.D.
1996LNP96.472..225B 217 ~ ROSAT observations of symbiotic binaries and related objects. BICKERT K.F., GREINER J. and STENCEL R.E.
1996LNP96.472..251M 16 ~ X-ray properties of symbiotic stars : I. The supersoft symbiotic novae RR Tel and SMC3 (=RX J0048.4-7332). MURSET U., JORDAN S. and WOLFF B.
1997A&A...319..201M 35 85 X-ray properties of symbiotic stars. II. Systems with colliding winds. MUERSET U., WOLFF B. and JORDAN S.
1997A&A...321..791S 1 6 29 Spectropolarimetry of symbiotic stars: AG Draconis. SCHMID H.M. and SCHILD H.
1998A&A...329..986S 108 T K                 6 15 High resolution spectroscopy of symbiotic stars. III. Radial velocity curve for
CD-43 14304.
1999A&A...348..950S 2 6 39 ORFEUS spectroscopy of the OVI lines in symbiotic stars and the Raman scattering process. SCHMID H.M., KRAUTTER J., APPENZELLER I., et al.
1999A&AS..137..473M 154 147 Spectral classification of the cool giants in symbiotic systems. MUERSET U. and SCHMID H.M.
1999AJ....117.2466C viz 274 19 The second extreme ultraviolet explorer right angle program catalog. CHRISTIAN D.J., CRAIG N., CAHILL W., et al.
1999PASP..111..571G 16 17 Spectroscopic observations of some S-type symbiotic stars. GUTIERREZ-MORENO A., MORENO H. and COSTA E.
2000A&A...353..952M 10 21 High resolution spectroscopy of symbiotic stars. V. Orbital and stellar parameters for FG Ser (AS 296). MUERSET U., DUMM T., ISENEGGER S., et al.
2000A&A...361..139H 7 15 Spectropolarimetric orbits of symbiotic stars: five S-type systems. HARRIES T.J. and HOWARTH I.D.
2000A&AS..145..197B 14 7 Linear polarization of a group of symbiotic systems. BRANDI E., GARCIA L.G., PIIROLA V., et al.
2000A&AS..146..407B viz 216 203 A catalogue of symbiotic stars. BELCZYNSKI K., MIKOLAJEWSKA J., MUNARI U., et al.
2000ApJ...541L..25L 19 34 Raman-scattering wings of Hα in symbiotic stars. LEE H.-W.
2001A&A...366..972S 14 12 High resolution spectroscopy of symbiotic stars. VI. Orbital and stellar parameters for AR Pavonis. SCHILD H., DUMM T., MUERSET U., et al.
2002A&A...383..188M viz 171 75 A multi-epoch spectrophotometric atlas of symbiotic stars. MUNARI U. and ZWITTER T.
2003A&A...406..613S 28 11 Luminous binary supersoft X-ray sources: Optical colors and absolute magnitudes. SIMON V.
2003JAVSO..31...89S 82 18 Symbiotic stars as laboratories for the study of accretion and jets: a call for optical monitoring. SOKOLOSKI J.L.
2004A&A...415..273L viz 9 18 Emission lines in the spectrum of the symbiotic star AG Draconis from 1997 to 2003. LEEDJAERV L., BURMEISTER M., MIKOLAJEWSKI M., et al.
2004A&A...416...57K 9 12 The hot and cool component of the symbiotic nova SMC 3. A supersoft X-ray variable and a small-amplitude red variable. KAHABKA P.
2004AAS...20510706H 4 2 Optical variability of X-ray bright southern symbiotic stars. HEDRICK C. and SOKOLOSKI J.
2005A&A...435.1087L viz 67 21 Nebular abundances of southern symbiotic stars. LUNA G.J.M. and COSTA R.D.D.
2005A&A...440..995S 1 22 66 Disentangling the composite continuum of symbiotic binaries. I. S-type systems. SKOPAL A.
2005A&A...441.1135J 30 31 On metal-deficient barium stars and their link with yellow symbiotic stars. JORISSEN A., ZACS L., UDRY S., et al.
2006IBVS.5721....1K viz 1754 36 The 78th name-list of variable stars. KAZAROVETS E.V., SAMUS N.N., DURLEVICH O.V., et al.
2007MNRAS.376.1120P 15       D               1 222 20 2MASS near-infrared photometry of symbiotic stars. PHILLIPS J.P.
2007BaltA..16....1M 19 37 Symbiotic stars: continually embarrassing binaries. MIKOLAJEWSKA J.
2007NewAR..51..524P 113           X         3 91 55 Progenitors of type Ia supernovae: Binary stars with white dwarf companions. PARTHASARATHY M., BRANCH D., JEFFERY D.J., et al.
2007MNRAS.380.1053Z 618       D     X C F     15 41 23 Rotational velocities of the giants in symbiotic stars - II. Are S-type symbiotics synchronized ? ZAMANOV R.K., BODE M.F., MELO C.H.F., et al.
2009AJ....137..118P 1297 T K A D S   X C       32 10 9 High-resolution spectroscopic observations of four yellow-type symbiotic stars:
CD-43°14304, Hen 3-1213, Hen 3-863, and StHα 176.
2009ApJS..184..138H viz 15       D               2 20665 30 XID II: statistical cross-association of ROSAT bright source catalog X-ray sources with 2MASS point source catalog near-infrared sources. HAAKONSEN C.B. and RUTLEDGE R.E.
2012MmSAI..83..342H 30 0 ESA Gaia & the multifrequency behavior of high-energy sources with ultra-low dispersion spectroscopy. HUDEC R., SIMON V., HUDEC L., et al.
2013AJ....146..115B 433           X C       10 11 4 SS 383: a new s-type yellow symbiotic star? BAELLA N.O., PEREIRA C.B. and MIRANDA L.F.
2013A&A...559A...6L 16       D   O           1 79 40 Symbiotic stars in X-rays. LUNA G.J.M., SOKOLOSKI J.L., MUKAI K., et al.
2014MNRAS.444.1041K 40           X         1 34 19 Stellar tidal disruption candidates found by cross-correlating the ROSAT Bright Source Catalogue and XMM-Newton observations. KHABIBULLIN I. and SAZONOV S.
2016MNRAS.455.1282G 41           X         1 37 5 Chemical abundance analysis of symbiotic giants - III. Metallicity and CNO abundance patterns in 24 southern systems. GALAN C., MIKOLAJEWSKA J., HINKLE K.H., et al.
2016AJ....151..100B 41           X         1 18 3 Searching for new yellow symbiotic stars: positive identification of StHα63. BAELLA N.O., PEREIRA C.B., MIRANDA L.F., et al.
2017MNRAS.466.2194G 716       D     X C       17 29 3 Chemical abundance analysis of 13 southern symbiotic giants from high-resolution spectra at ∼1.56 µm. GALAN C., MIKOLAJEWSKA J., HINKLE K.H., et al.
2017ApJ...841...50P 165           X         4 24 ~ High-resolution optical spectroscopic observations of four symbiotic stars: AS 255, MWC 960, RW Hya, and StHα 32. PEREIRA C.B., BAELLA N.O., DRAKE N.A., et al.
2019ApJS..240...21A viz 17       D               3 435 ~ A census of symbiotic stars in the 2MASS, WISE, and Gaia surveys. AKRAS S., GUZMAN-RAMIREZ L., LEAL-FERREIRA M.L., et al.
2022MNRAS.510.2707I 47           X         1 16 ~ SU Lyn - a transient symbiotic star. ILKIEWICZ K., MIKOLAJEWSKA J., SCARINGI S., et al.

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