GSC 00052-00856 , the SIMBAD biblio

GSC 00052-00856 , the SIMBAD biblio (11 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.8 - 2023.01.28CET01:17:10


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1992AJ....104..340L viz 16       D               1 529 4271 UBVRI photometric standard stars in the magnitude range 11.5 < V < 16.0 around the celestial equator. LANDOLT A.U.
1996AJ....111..480G 68 120 New Washington system CCD standard fields. GEISLER D.
1999AJ....118.1444M 21 16 CTQ 414: a new gravitational lens. MORGAN N.D., DRESSLER A., MAZA J., et al.
2000AJ....119.1205N 51 34 The distance to the Large Magellanic Cloud via the eclipsing binary HV 2274. NELSON C.A., COOK K.H., POPOWSKI P., et al.
2002MNRAS.332L...7R 2 9 66 RX J0806+15: the shortest period binary. RAMSAY G., HAKALA P. and CROPPER M.
2004Obs...124..284S 11 2 Photometric observations and analysis of the dwarf, shallow-contact binary, V524 Monocerotis. SAMEC R. and LOFLIN T.
2007A&A...464..541R 38           X         1 22 5 The morphology of minor axis gaseous outflows in edge-on Seyfert galaxies. ROBITAILLE T.P., ROSSA J., BOMANS D.J., et al.
2007ApJ...662L..47H 12 7 P/2006 HR30 (Siding spring): a low-activity comet in near-earth space. HICKS M.D. and BAUER J.M.
2009AJ....137.4186L viz 15       D               1 597 145 UBVRI photometric standard stars around the celestial equator: updates and additions. LANDOLT A.U.
2009MNRAS.397.1073P viz 15       D           *   1 10 5 NGC2587: a sparse open cluster projected on to a populous star field. PIATTI A.E., CLARIA J.J. and AHUMADA A.V.
2014A&A...562A..17E viz 17       D           *   1 35 76 Optical and near-infrared observations of SN 2011dh. The first 100 days. ERGON M., SOLLERMAN J., FRASER M., et al.

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