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1922ApJ....56..162H 112 90 A general study of diffuse galactic nebulae. HUBBLE E.P.
1943ApJ....97..300N 66 47 The radial velocities of faint class B stars in the declination zone 0 to -23. NEUBAUER F.J.
1952ApJ...115..157W 391 30 Radial velocities of 360 stars. WILSON R.E. and JOY A.H.
1952ApJ...116..251S 220 193 A study of the Orion aggregate of early-type stars. SHARPLESS S.
1953GCRV..C......0W viz 13       D               1 15125 750 General Catalogue of Stellar Radial Velocities WILSON R.E.
1955ApJ...121..604J 123 30 Symmetric galactic nebulae. JOHNSON H.M.
1958ApJ...128..185C 13       D               194 112 Two-dimensional spectral classification by narrow-band photometry for B stars in clusters and associations. CRAWFORD D.L.
1959SvA.....3..123A 166 ~ The meridian proper motions of 161 stars in the region of the Belt of Orion. ARTYUKHINA N.M. and KARIMOVA D.K.
1962ApJ...135..748M 62 42 Axial rotation of Orion stars of spectral type B0-B3. McNAMARA D.H. and LARSSON H.J.
1963BAN....17..115J 87 127 The law of interstellar extinction. JOHNSON H.L. and BORGMAN J.
1965JO.....48...45M 778 0 Troisieme catalogue de l'Observatoire de Besancon comprenant 764 etoiles a 1950.0 sans mouvement propre et 326 etoiles du FK3 pour l'epoque moyenne d'observation. MAITRE V.
1965LS....C06....0N 13       D               1 444 37 Luminous Stars in the Northern Milky Way NASSAU J.J., STEPHENSON C.B. and MacCONNELL D.J.
1966AJ.....71..611C 13       D               96 ~ Photoelectric H-beta photometry for B stars in the Orion Belt region. CRAWFORD D.L. and BARNES J.V.
1966AJ.....71..990V viz 173 209 A study of reflection nebulae. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1966ZA.....64..268D 353 4 Zur Expansion der Assoziation Cep III. DE VEGT C.
1967AN....289..217D 59 1 Uber die Radien von Reflexions Nebeln und H II-Gebieten um B Sterne. DORSCHNER J.
1968AJ.....73..233R 195 332 Stars in reflection nebulae. RACINE R.
1968ApJ...152..913L 193 173 Interstellar extinction in the Orion association. LEE T.A.
1969AJ.....74...85S 47 36 Wavelength dependence of polarization. XIII. Interstellar extinction and polarization correlations. SERKOWSKI K., GEHRELS T. and WISNIEWSKI W.
1969AJ.....74.1179C 32 26 Wavelength dependence of polarization. XVIII. Interstellar polarization and composite interstellar particles. COYNE G.V. and WICKRAMASINGHE N.C.
1969ApJ...158..441S 53 17 Regional variations in the wavelength dependence of interstellar polarization. SERKOWSKI K. and ROBERTSON J.W.
1970ApJ...162L.121W 9 3 Are there stars exceptionally bright at 1500 angstroms ? WEBER S.V., HENRY R.C. and CARRUTHERS G.R.
1970ApJS...19..387A 3103 173 Catalog of individual radial velocities, 0h-12h, measured by astronomers of the Mount Wilson Observatory. ABT H.A.
1971A&A....14...66S 56 16 Spectral types of stars in the Orion and Hydra stellar rings. SCHILD R.E. and COWLEY A.P.
1971ApJ...166..543W 204 17 Far-ultraviolet interstellar absorption in Orion and Monoceros. WEBER S.V., HENRY R.C. and CARRUTHERS G.R.
1972PASP...84..619Z 21 51 Polarization of light by circumstellar material. ZELLNER B.H. and SERKOWSKI K.
1973SAOSR.350....1D viz 13       D               4537 ~ Celescope catalogue of ultraviolet magnitudes. DAVIS R.J., DEUTSCHMAN W.A. and HARAMUNDANIS K.L.
1974AJ.....79..581C 197 131 Wavelength dependence of polarization. XXVI. The wavelength of maximum polarization as a characteristic parameter of interstellar grains. COYNE G.V., GEHRELS T. and SERKOWSKI K.
1975A&A....43..133S 42 125 Interstellar reddening and IR-excess of O and B stars. SCHULTZ G.V. and WIEMER W.
1975ApJ...196..167K 9 37 Radio recombination line observations of the C II region NGC 2023. KNAPP G.R., BROWN R.L. and KUIPER T.B.H.
1975ApJ...196..261S 330 950 Wavelength dependence of interstellar polarization and ratio of total to selective extinction. SERKOWSKI K., MATHEWSON D.S. and FORD V.L.
1975MNRAS.172..411E 1 3 21 40-350 micron emission from NGC 2023. EMERSON J.P., FURNISS I. and JENNINGS R.E.
1975Ap&SS..38L...3W 13 24 The radio of total to selective absorption in dark clouds. WHITTET D.C.B.
1976A&A....53....9V 14       D               110 20 Galactic structure in monoceros: a photometric study of luminous stars. VOGT N.
1977A&A....58..201D 195 26 Correlations of the band at 2175 angstroms with other interstellar features. DORSCHNER J., FRIEDEMANN C. and GURTLER J.
1977ApJ...214...86C 16 20 The interstellar medium near stars with peculiar interstellar polarizations. COHEN J.G.
1977ApJS...34..115W viz 14       D               769 180 A photometric study of the Ori OB1 association. I. Observational data. WARREN W.H. and HESSER J.E.
1977PASP...89..797A 152 47 Spectral types in the Ori OB1 association. ABT H.A. and LEVATO H.
1977PASP...89..803C 190 8 Two sparse open clusters in the region of Collinder 132. CLARIA J.J.
1978A&A....66...57W 62 124 The correlation of the interstellar extinction law with the wavelength of maximum polarization. WHITTET D.C.B. and VAN BREDA I.G.
1978ApJS...36..173T 71 34 The differential blanketing of the main-sequence and near-main-sequence M 67 stars relative to the Hyades and Coma. TAYLOR B.J.
1978ApJS...36..497W 488 185 A photometric study of the Ori OB1 association. III. Subgroup analyses. WARREN W.H. and HESSER J.E.
1978MNRAS.182..629K 209 20 Four colour photometry of southern early-type stars. KILKENNY D.
1979AJ.....84.1846G 176 18 Photometric studies of stars in Ori OB1 (belt). GUETTER H.H.
1980ApJ...235..894H 11 1 58 A far-infrared study of the reflection nebula NGC 2023. HARVEY P.M., THRONSON H.A. and GATLEY I.
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..467W 232 110 Infrared photometry of southern early-type stars. WHITTET D.C.B. and VAN BREDA I.G.
1980IUE2n.......19G 5 ~ Observations of the exciting stars of NGC 2023 and M 43 - Interstellar extinction. GILRA D.P., ARNAL E.M., WESSELIUS P.R., et al.
1981AJ.....86.1057G 134 18 Spectroscopic studies of stars in Ori OB1 (Belt). GUETTER H.H.
1981MNRAS.194..927K 14       D               209 14 H-beta photometry of southern early-type stars. KILKENNY D.
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.
1982SvA....26..673V 98 2 Polarization of stars in R-associations : observational data. VOSHCHINNIKOV N.V. and MARCHENKO P.E.
1982IUE82......409M 18 ~ IUE observations of lines of sight with peculiar ultraviolet extinction. MASSA D., FITZPATRICK E.L. and SAVAGE B.D.
1983A&A...125..258D 11 23 Diffuse light near zeta Orionis and the Horsehead Nebula, and anomalous extinction of HD 37903, as measured with the ANS. DE BOER K.S.
1983AJ.....88..985S 66 39 Properties of young clusters near reflection nebulae. SELLGREN K.
1983ApJ...266..662M 1 24 169 Peculiar ultraviolet interstellar extinction. MASSA D., SAVAGE B.D. and FITZPATRICK E.L.
1983ApJ...271L..13S 6 6 183 Extended near-infrared emission from visual reflection nebulae. SELLGREN K., WERNER M.W. and DINERSTEIN H.L.
1983MNRAS.202..317C 461 40 A survey of ultraviolet objects CARNOCHAN D.J. and WILSON R.
1983MNRAS.203..419B 22 9 Anomalous diffuse features in dust-embedded stars. BAINES D.W.T. and WHITTET D.C.B.
1984A&AS...57..213H viz 228 20 IUE low-dispersion spectra flux catalogue. Part 1 Normal stars (magnetic tape). HECK A., EGRET D., JASCHEK M., et al.
1984ApJ...277..623S 16 6 492 The near-infrared continuum emission of visual reflection nebulae. SELLGREN K.
1984ApJ...279..698W 48 66 The variation of galactic interstellar extinction in the ultraviolet. WITT A.N., BOHLIN R.C. and STECHER T.P.
1984ApJ...281..708W 4 3 69 Photometric study of NGC 2023 in the 3500 A to 10000 A region: confirmation of a near-IR emission process in reflection nebulae. WITT A.N., SCHILD R.E. and KRAIMAN J.B.
1984IUE84......507H 231 ~ IUE low-dispersion reference atlas. HECK A., EGRET D., JASCHEK M., et al.
1985ApJ...294..225W 1 7 39 Colors of reflection nebulae. II. The excitation of extended red emission. WITT A.N. and SCHILD R.E.
1985ApJ...296..213J 6 5 Calcium depletion toward moderately reddened stars. JOSEPH C.L., SNOW T.P.Jr and MORROW C.
1985ApJS...59..397S viz 1282 133 A catalog of ultraviolet interstellar extinction excesses for 1415 stars. SAVAGE B.D., MASSA D., MEADE M., et al.
1985AcApS...5..199X 2 1 NH3 spectral line observation of molecular cloud NGC 2023. XING J. and WINNEWISSER G.
1985IUEEN..22...25B 14 2 Absolute stellar UV fluxes obtained with the TD1, ANS and IUE satellites. BARYLAK M.
1986ApJ...300..779S viz 207 76 New H-alpha emission stars found above 10 galactic latitude. STEPHENSON C.B.
1986ApJ...305..399S 13 50 Ultraviolet-pumped infrared fluorescent molecular hydrogen emission in reflection nebulae. SELLGREN K.
1986ApJ...307..286F 1 51 220 An analysis of the shapes of ultraviolet extinction curves. I. The 2175 A bump. FITZPATRICK E.L. and MASSA D.
1986ApJ...309..771J 3 5 70 Interstellar abundances in dense, moderately reddened lines of sight.I. Observational evidence for density-dependent depletion. JOSEPH C.L., SNOW T.P.Jr, SEAB C.G., et al.
1986MNRAS.219..903C 183 42 The variation of interstellar extinction in the ultraviolet. CARNOCHAN D.J.
1986AnTok..21..107Y viz 1060 1 Catalog of O-B stars observed with Tokyo meridian circle during the period 1971-1979. YASUDA H., HARA H., FUKAYA R., et al.
1986Ap&SS.128...33Z 27 0 Interstellar gas depletion and dust parameters. ZIMMERMANN H.
1986NIA86......589A 33 ~ A study of UV extinction towards OB associations and star-forming regions based on IUE data. AIELLO S., BARSELLA B., CHLEWICKI G., et al.
1987A&A...174L...1L 27 11 Observational constraints on the carriers of the ultraviolet extinction bump. LEENE A. and COX P.
1987A&A...175..186K 66 14 Extinction curves and intrinsic colours in local and distant OB complexes. KRELOWSKI J. and STROBEL A.
1987ApJ...318L..73G 16 2 131 Fluorescent molecular hydrogen emission from the reflection nebula NGC 2023. GATLEY I., HASEGAWA T., SUZUKI H., et al.
1987ApJ...318L..77H 5 4 80 Level population and para/ortho ratio of fluorescent H2 in NGC 2023. HASEGAWA T., GATLEY I., GARDEN R.P., et al.
1987ApJ...318L..81T 4 2 36 Para/ortho abundance ratio of molecular hydrogen in NGC 2023. TAKAYANAGI K., SAKIMOTO K. and ONDA K.
1987ApJ...319..436J 60 83 CCD observations of diffuse interstellar bands in reflection nebulae. JOSAFATSSON K. and SNOW T.P.
1987ApJ...322..412B 28 5 573 Fluorescent excitation of interstellar H2. BLACK J.H. and VAN DISHOECK E.F.
1987MNRAS.227..361M 22 20 Herbig Haro objects in the vicinity of NGC 2023. MALIN D.F., OGURA K. and WALSH J.R.
1988A&AS...73..195A viz 170 57 Atlas of wavelength dependence of ultraviolet extinction in the galaxy. AIELLO S., BARSELLA B., CHLEWICKI G., et al.
1988ApJ...325..837W 4 5 88 Hydrogenated amorphous carbon grains in reflection nebulae. WITT A.N. and SCHILD R.E.
1988ApJ...328..734F 51 190 An analysis of the shapes of ultraviolet extinction curves. II. The far-UV extinction. FITZPATRICK E.L. and MASSA D.
1988PASP..100..896K 18 11 Diffuse interstellar bands. KRELOWSKI J.
1988IUE88...2..231S 38 ~ The small scale structure of the interstellar medium in the Orion Association : the flotsam of star formation. SONNEBORN G., SHORE S.N. and BROWN D.N.
1989A&A...210..279Z 8 10 Phase variations of 88 Herculis : do the UV observations confirm a connection between these variations and the changes of the phospheric parameters of the underlying star ? ZOREC J., HOEFLICH P. and DIVAN L.
1989A&A...213..291S 15 26 A search for interstellar and circumstellar C60. SNOW T.P. and SEAB C.
1989A&A...218..216W 6 16 The division of diffuse interstellar bands into families. WESTERLUND B.E. and KRELOWSKI J.
1989ApJ...340..314J 19 25 Predicting peculiar interstellar extinction from gaseous abundances. JOSEPH C.L., SNOW T.P.Jr and SEAB C.G.
1989ApJ...345..245C 52 38 7983 The relationship between infrared, optical, and ultraviolet extinction. CARDELLI J.A., CLAYTON G.C. and MATHIS J.S.
1989ApJ...347L..25W 4 2 32 The extended red emission filaments in NGC 2023. WITT A.N. and MALIN D.F.
1989MNRAS.236..709D 30 82 Hydrogenated amorphous carbon-coated silicate partcles as a source of interstellar extinction. DULEY W.W., JONES A.P. and WILLIAMS D.A.
1989MNRAS.237.1027S 9 7 The discovery of a small bipolar IR nebula near NGC 2023. SCARROTT S.M., ROLPH C.D. and MANNION M.D.
1989AN....310..281K 43 12 Interstellar extinction curves originated in single clouds. KRELOWSKI J. and WEGNER W.
1990A&A...227..200W 2 7 Millimetre and submillimetre molecular line observations of the reflection nebula NGC 2023. WHITE G.J., SANDERSON C., MONTEIRO T.S., et al.
1990A&AS...85..915D viz 5258 19 Walraven photometry of nearby southern OB associations. DE GEUS E.J., LUB J. and VAN DE GRIFT E.
1990ApJ...352..625B 9 31 High spatial resolution observations of fluorescent molecular hydrogen in molecular clouds. BURTON M.G., GEBALLE T.R., BRAND P.W.J.L., et al.
1990ApJ...353..193J 4 2 35 Warm dense gas in the reflection nebula NGC 2023. JAFFE D.T., GENZEL R., HARRIS A.I., et al.
1990ApJ...356L..55D 1 8 37 The luminosity function in NGC 2023. DEPOY D.L., LADA E.A., GATLEY I., et al.
1990ApJ...359..384S 31 60 The excitation of 12 micron emission from very small particles. SELLGREN K., LUAN L. and WERNER M.W.
1990ApJS...72..163F 5 12 279 An analysis of the shapes of ultraviolet extinction curves. III. An atlas of ultraviolet extinction curves. FITZPATRICK E.L. and MASSA D.
1990Afz....32..197T 105 4 Stars of early types in the region of the Orion stellar association OB1 observed with the "Glazar" space telescope. TOVMASSIAN H.M., HOVHANNESSIAN R.K., EPREMIAN R.A., et al.
1990BAAS...22.1304A 2 0 CH+, H2 and the lines of soght to reddened stars. ALLEN M.M. and SNOW T.P.
1990BAAS...22.1328H 2 2 Fluorescent molecular hydrogen emission in NGC 2023 : position-dependent excitation variations. HOWE J.E., JAFFE D.T. and GEBALLE T.R.
1990SAAOC..14...33M 529 12 Broad-band photometry of selected southern ultraviolet-bright stars. MENZIES J.W., MARANG F. and WESTERHUYS J.E.
1991A&A...242..474R 46 7 Correlation between the very broad structure and the continuum in FUV extinction curves. REIMANN H.-G. and FRIEDEMANN C.
1991A&A...251..625G 20 49 A multi-wavelength analysis of interstellar CN : comparison of red and violet absorption line observations. GREDEL R., VAN DISHOECK E.F. and BLACK J.H.
1991ApJ...383..645B 113 41 Infrared dust and millimeter-wave carbon monoxyde emission in the Orion region. BALLY J., LANGER W.D. and LIU W.
1991Afz....34..301T 106 8 The Orion complex according to observations of the space telescope Glazar. TOVMASYAN G.M. and OGANESYAN R.K.
1992A&A...265L...1J 29 28 Far UV nonlinear rise extinction in relation to CH and CH+ abundances. JENNISKENS P., EHRENFREUND P. and DESERT F.-X.
1992ApJ...385L..53C 2 6 67 The first spectropolarimetric study of the wavelength dependence of interstellar polarization in the ultraviolet. CLAYTON G.C., ANDERSON C.M., MAGALHAES A.M., et al.
1992ApJ...400..238S 1 7 50 Scattering of infrared radiation by dust in NGC 7023 and NGC 2023. SELLGREN K., WERNER M.W. and DINERSTEIN H.L.
1992ApJS...81..795G 1541 74 An Einstein Observatory SAO-based catalog of B-type stars. GRILLO F., SCIORTINO S., MICELA G., et al.
1993A&A...269..477G 1 21 116 The abundance of CH+ in translucent molecular clouds : further tests of shock models. GREDEL R., VAN DISHOECK E.F. and BLACK J.H.
1993A&A...274..439J 115 54 Environment dependence of interstellar extinction curves. JENNISKENS P. and GREENBERG J.M.
1993A&A...275..549J viz 45 7 Tracing the roots of interstellar mid-infrared emission. JENNISKENS P. and DESERT F.-X.
1993ApJ...403..722W 1 8 56 Ultraviolet interstellar linear polarization. I. Applicability of current dust grain models. WOLFF M.J., CLAYTON G.C. and MEADE M.R.
1993Ap&SS.203...53H viz 14       D               1 2046 1 A catalogue of spectral classification and photometric data of B-type stars. HAMDY M.A., ABO ELAZM M.S. and SAAD S.M.
1993BAAS...25Q1357S 6 ~ Physical parameters of the reflection nebula NGC 2023 from far-infrared observations. STEIMAN-CAMERON T.Y., HAAS M.R. and TIELENS A.G.G.M.
1993BAAS...25.1433B 4 ~ Evolution of macromolecular dust from HUT FUV observations of stars. BUSS R.H.Jr, ALLEN M., McCANDLISS S., et al.
1994A&A...281..517J 28 32 Diffuse interstellar bands in Orion. The environment dependence of DIB strength. JENNISKENS P., EHRENFREUND P. and FOING B.
1994A&A...285..300G 29 28 Millimetre observations of southern translucent clouds. GREDEL R., VAN DISHOECK E.F. and BLACK J.H.
1994A&A...286..909F 2 3 31 High spatial resolution observations of H2 vibrational fluorescence in NGC 2023. FIELD D., GERIN M., LEACH S., et al.
1994ApJ...424..754A 116 34 CH+ in the interstellar medium. ALLEN M.M.
1994ApJ...424..772F 123 113 Chemical transitions for interstellar C2 and CN in cloud envelopes. FEDERMAN S.R., STROM C.J., LAMBERT D.L., et al.
1994ApJ...430..630B 18 30 Evolution of macromolecular dust: far-ultraviolet spectral dust extinction and gas absorption of stellar light as measured with the Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope. BUSS R.H.Jr, ALLEN M., McCANDLISS S., et al.
1994ApJS...93..211D viz 554 244 An IUE survey of interstellar H I Ly-alpha absorption. I. Column densities. DIPLAS A. and SAVAGE B.D.
1994MNRAS.269..649R 6 8 Mid-infrared spectroscopy of the reflection nebulae NGC 2023 and 1333. ROCHE P.F., AITKEN D.K. and SMITH C.H.
1995A&A...293..559P 3 6 Comment on the coal model of interstellar dust. PUGET J.L., LEGER A. and D'HENDECOURT L.
1995A&A...296L..21F 75 10 ROSAT X-ray observations of the stellar clusters in NGC 2023 and NGC 2024. FREYBERG M.J. and SCHMITT J.H.M.M.
1995A&A...296L..37S 8 21 The weakness of diffuse bands in nebular environments. Possible impact on the PAH+ hypothesis. SNOW T.P., BAKES E.L.O., BUSS R.H.Jr, et al.
1995A&A...303..223D 38 16 Diffuse interstellar bands and UV extinction curves. The missing link. DESERT F.-X., JENNISKENS P. and DENNEFELD M.
1995A&AS..114..269D viz 14       D               1 20881 127 Vitesses radiales. Catalogue WEB: Wilson Evans Batten. Radial velocities: The Wilson-Evans-Batten catalogue. DUFLOT M., FIGON P. and MEYSSONNIER N.
1995ApJ...440..865B 5 8 The growth of solids, destruction of molecules, and shielding of radiation in the young stellar disk of HD 45677. BROWN T.M., BUSS R.H.Jr, GRADY C., et al.
1995ApJ...442L..33F 40   K                 3 44 High-density CN filaments in NGC 2023. FUENTE A., MARTIN-PINTADO J. and GAUME R.
1995ApJ...444..293K 7 5 112 The size distribution of interstellar dust particles as determined from polarization: spheroids. KIM S.-H. and MARTIN P.G.
1995ApJ...445..947C 14 34 Ultraviolet interstellar linear polarization. II. The wavelength dependence. CLAYTON G.C., WOLFF M.J., ALLEN R.G., et al.
1995MNRAS.276..923R 42 8 A study of the Orion cometary cloud L 1616. RAMESH B.
1995Ap&SS.224..577T 6 0 Dust shells of distant young stars. TOVMASSIAN H.M., NAVARRO S.G., TOVMASSIAN G.H., et al.
1996A&A...307..915K 1 16 55 Structure and excitation conditions of the southern part of the Orion B molecular cloud: a CO multiline study. KRAMER C., STUTZKI J. and WINNEWISSER G.
1996A&A...308..895L 3 4 44 High spatial resolution observations of H2 vibrational emission in NGC 7023. LEMAIRE J.L., FIELD D., GERIN M., et al.
1996AJ....112.2726A 35 38 Ultraviolet interstellar polarization of galactic starlight. I. Observations by the Wisconsin Ultraviolet Photo Polarimeter Experiment. ANDERSON C.M., WEITENBECK A.J., CODE A.D., et al.
1996ApJ...458..610J 3 10 93 Spatial variation of the 3.29 and 3.40 micron emission bands within reflection nebulae and the photochemical evolution of methylated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. JOBLIN C., TIELENS A.G.G.M., ALLAMANDOLA L.J., et al.
1996ApJ...463..191L 14 19 Ultraviolet-excited H2: a comparison with large-scale tracers of molecular clouds. LUHMAN M.L. and JAFFE D.T.
1996ApJ...468..269D 29 5 448 Structure of stationary photodissociation fronts. DRAINE B.T. and BERTOLDI F.
1996ApJS..102..369S 50 32 A survey of near-infrared emission in visual reflection nebulae. SELLGREN K., WERNER M.W. and ALLAMANDOLA L.J.
1997A&A...323..534D 6 2 38 The ionisation state of PAHs in interstellar environments. DARTOIS E. and D'HENDECOURT L.
1997A&A...324.1135W 9 16 The photon dominated regions associated with NGC 2023 and S 140. WYROWSKI F., WALMSLEY C.M., NATTA A., et al.
1997AJ....113.1888T 32 4 Detection of circumstellar dust shells of some distant B type stars. TOVMASSIAN H.M., NAVARRO S.G., TOVMASSIAN G.H., et al.
1997ApJ...478..261S 2 6 36 Physical conditions in the photodissociation region of NGC 2023. STEIMAN-CAMERON T.Y., HAAS M.R., TIELENS A.G.G.M., et al.
1997ApJ...480..272S 7 10 Abundances and depletions toward the Orion nebula. SHUPING R.Y. and SNOW T.P.
1997ApJ...488..286L 1 18 62 Physical properties of molecular cloud cores in L1630 and implications for star formation. LADA E.A., EVANS N.J. and FALGARONE E.
1997MNRAS.284..395R 2 3 19 The power of adaptative optics: a close look at a molecular cloud in NGC 2023. ROUAN D., FIELD D., LEMAIRE J.-L., et al.
1997MNRAS.292..853M 43 5 A survey of vacuum-ultraviolet extinction curves based on International Ultraviolet Explorer spectra. MEGIER A., KRELOWSKI J., PATRIARCHI P., et al.
1997RMxAA..33..165L 19 5 Photodissociated H I in NGC 2023. LEBRON M. and RODRIGUEZ L.F.
1998A&A...333..280F 12 24 New observations of H2 vibrational fluorescence in NGC 2023. FIELD D., LEMAIRE J.L., PINEAU DES FORETS G., et al.
1998A&AS..129..431H viz 14       D               38780 440 uvbyβ photoelectric photometric catalogue. HAUCK B. and MERMILLIOD M.
1998ApJS..115..271R viz 12228 34 UBV beta database for Case-Hamburg Northern and Southern Luminous Stars. REED B.C.
1998PASA...15..194B 1 5 18 Near-IR fluorescent molecular hydrogen emission from NGC 2023. BURTON M.G., HOWE J.E., GEBALLE T.R., et al.
1999A&A...347..669L 31 11 Suprathermal rotation of PAHs in the ISM. II. Observational evidence for the rotational broadening of λ5797 DIB in reflection nebulae - implication for the carrier size. LE COUPANEC P., ROUAN D., MOUTOU C., et al.
1999ApJ...510..905M 28 42 Ultraviolet interstellar linear polarization. V. Analysis of the final data set. MARTIN P.G., CLAYTON G.C. and WOLFF M.J.
1999ApJ...512..768P 18 36 Large-scale C I emission from molecular clouds with associated ultraviolet sources. PLUME R., JAFFE D.T., TATEMATSU K., et al.
1999ApJ...526..772M 13 25 Near-infrared spectroscopy of molecular hydrogen emission in four reflection nebulae: NGC 1333, NGC 2023, NGC 2068, and NGC 7023. MARTINI P., SELLGREN K. and DEPOY D.L.
1999MNRAS.307..315M 2 3 19 Fluorescent H-2- in the reflection nebula NGC 2023 - I. Recent observations. McCARTNEY M.S.K., BRAND P.W.J.L., BURTON M.G., et al.
1999AcA....49..577G 8 4 Catalog of visual extinction obtained from UV color excesses. GNACINSKI P. and SIKORSKI J.
1999AN....320..331Y 6 2 ASCA observations of the Orion B cloud region. YAMAUCHI S. and KAMIMURA R.
1999MmSAI..70..637P 29 2 Interstellar extinction. PATRIARCHI P. and PERINOTTO M.
1999A&G....40b..10W 15 0 Hydrogen molecules in the cosmos. WILLIAMS D.A.
2000AJ....120.1954M 73 25 Distribution of cold dust in Orion A and B. MOOKERJEA B., GHOSH S.K., RENGARAJAN T.N., et al.
2000ApJ...529..268T 11 21 H2 line ratios to discriminate dense photodissociation regions from shocks: application to NGC 2023 and NGC 7023. TAKAMI M., USUDA T., SUGAI H., et al.
2000ApJ...541..250B 59 5 On the correlation between CO absorption and far-ultraviolet nonlinear extinction toward galactic OB stars. BURGH E.B., McCANDLISS S.R., ANDERSSON B.-G., et al.
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