IRAS 18344-0632 , the SIMBAD biblio

IRAS 18344-0632 , the SIMBAD biblio (58 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.8 - 2023.01.31CET17:56:58


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1982A&A...108..227W 115 136 Results of radio survey for new compact HII Regions. WINK J.E., ALTENHOFF W.J. and MEZGER P.G.
1988BAAS...20.1104C 1 0 Observations of G 25.5+0.2, a very young galactic supernova remnant. COWAN J.J., EKERS R.D., GOSS W.M., et al.
1989ApJ...341..151H 1 12 58 The prevalence of supernova remnants among unidentified galactic radio sources. HELFAND D.J., VELUSAMY T., BECKER R.H., et al.
1989MNRAS.241..613C 71 T                   1 3 21
G 25.5+0.2 : a very young galactic supernova remnant.
COWAN J.J., EKERS R.D., GOSS W.M., et al.
1990AJ....100.1241G 70 T                   2 2 7 On the nature of
G25.5+0.2: the IRAS low-resolution spectrum of
IRAS 18344-0632.
GREEN D.A.
1990MNRAS.244p..12W 4 ~ G 25.5+0.2 : A very young supernova remnant or a galactic planetary nebula ? WHITE R.L. and BECKER R.H.
1991MNRAS.248p..11Z 9 ~ The nature of G 25.5+0.2 ZIJLSTRA A.A.
1991PASAu...9..103C 4 1 Demise of a galactic supernova remnant candidate , G 274.68-2.84. CASWELL J.L. and STEWART R.T.
1992QJRAS..33..111F 91 3 South African Astronomical Observatory. Research. FEAST M.W.
1992SNSNR.R.....28S 22 0 Observing supernova remnants. STROM R.G.
1992ESOPN...1....1A viz 1829 ~ Strasbourg-ESO Catalogue of Galactic Planetary Nebulae ACKER A., OCHSENBEIN F., STENHOLM B., et al.
1993AJ....105.2199K 30 12 Observations of [S III] emission from galactic radio sources.The detection of distant planetary nebulae and a search for supernova remnant emission. KISTIAKOWSKY V. and HELFAND D.J.
1993MNRAS.263..868S 1 3 18 G25.5+0.2 : a new luminous blue variable in the Galaxy ? SUBRAHMANYAN R., EKERS R.D., WILSON W.E., et al.
1993BAAS...25..829G 5 ~ Radio recombination lines at thirty years. GOSS W.M.
1994ApJ...424..200L 3 2 31 Gamma-ray limits on galactic 60Fe and 44Ti nucleosynthesis. LEISING M.D. and SHARE G.H.
1994ApJ...430..774B 107 T K                 7 6
G25.5+0.2: a ring nebula around a luminous blue star.
BECKLIN E.E., ZUCKERMAN B., McLEAN I.S., et al.
1994ApJS...91..347B viz 1614 187 A 5GHz VLA survey of the galactic plane. BECKER R.H., WHITE R.L., HELFAND D.J., et al.
1994PASP..106.1025H 4 40 775 The luminous blue variables: astrophysical geysers. HUMPHREYS R.M. and DAVIDSON K.
1995A&A...295L..39C 1 4 16 Millimeter recombination lines toward η Carinae. COX P., MARTIN-PINTADO J., BACHILLER R., et al.
1995A&AS..110...81V viz 560 69 New detections of 51-60A+-methanol masers towards IRAS sources. VAN DER WALT D.J., GAYLARD M.J. and MacLEOD G.C.
1995ApJ...441L..73D 5 3 46 Intense radio outburst from the supermassive star eta Carinae. DUNCAN R.A., WHITE S.M., LIM J., et al.
1995ApJ...448..426S 1 2 8 High-velocity gas associated with the massive, evolved star G25.5+0.2. SHEPHERD D.S., CHURCHWELL E. and GOSS W.M.
1995ApJS...97..347G viz 4380 160 The Parkes-MIT-NRAO (PMN) Surveys. VI. Source Catalog for the Equatorial Survey (-9.5 deg < Dec. < +10.0 deg) GRIFFITH M.R., WRIGHT A.E., BURKE B.F., et al.
1996A&AS..115...81B viz 1471 391 A CS(2-1) survey of IRAS point sources with color characteristics of ultra-compact HII regions. BRONFMAN L., NYMAN L.-A. and MAY J.
1996PAZh...22...28S 72 T                   1 ~ Transition emission from the very young supernova remnant G25.5+0.2. STANKEVICH K.S.
1996PAZh...22..254A 72 T                   1 ~ Radio emission of the galactic object G25.5+0.2 at 6 cm. ASLANYAN A.M., STANKEVICH K.S., IVANOV V.P., et al.
1997ApJ...474..275L 15 34 VLA H92α and H115β recombination line observations of the Galactic center H II regions: the Sickle (G0.18-0.04) and the Pistol (G0.15-0.05). LANG C.C., GOSS W.M. and WOOD D.O.S.
1997ApJS..112..557K viz 11280 170 Classification and identification of IRAS sources with low-resolution spectra. KWOK S., VOLK K. and BIDELMAN W.P.
1998ApJ...498L..55Y 9 1 G359.87+0.18: a young supernova remnant candidate near the Galactic Center? YUSEF-ZADEH F., COTTON W.D. and REYNOLDS S.P.
1998ApJ...500..302J 16 33 A high-resolution VLA study of M17-UC1. JOHNSON C.O., DEPREE C.G. and GOSS W.M.
1999A&A...344..143H 19 2 The orientation within the Galaxy and the Large Magellanic Cloud of nebulae ejected by massive stars. HUTSEMEKERS D.
2000A&AS..143..269S viz 1604 147 A survey of the 6.7 GHz methanol maser emission from IRAS sources. I. Data. SZYMCZAK M., HRYNEK G. and KUS A.J.
2000ApJ...539..851W 10 11 The radio nebula around HR Carinae. WHITE S.M.
2000ApJ...541L..67C 8 6 Discovery of a bipolar shell around G25.5+0.2. CLARK J.S., STEELE I.A. and LANGER N.
2001A&A...366..508V viz 61 153 S Doradus variables in the Galaxy and the Magellanic Clouds. VAN GENDEREN A.M.
2002ApJ...577..839S 7 6 Formation of double rings around evolved stars. SOKER N.
2002MNRAS.330...63D 7 16 Radio images of four luminous blue variable stars. DUNCAN R.A. and WHITE S.M.
2002ARA&A..40...27C 2 31 213 Ultra-compact HII regions and massive star formation. CHURCHWELL E.
2002RMxAC..12...16K 12 15 Ultracompact H II regions. KURTZ S. and FRANCO J.
2003A&A...412..185C         O           25 52 Dusty ring nebulae around new candidate. Luminous Blue Variables. CLARK J.S., EGAN M.P., CROWTHER P.A., et al.
2004ApJ...605..285S 59 69 Broad radio recombination lines from hypercompact H II regions. SEWILO M., CHURCHWELL E., KURTZ S., et al.
2005A&A...434..949C         O           109 177 On the massive stellar population of the super star cluster Cl Westerlund 1. CLARK J.S., NEGUERUELA I., CROWTHER P.A., et al.
2005A&A...435..239C         O           49 88 On the population of galactic Luminous Blue Variables. CLARK J.S., LARIONOV V.M. and ARKHAROV A.
2008MNRAS.387..407P 76           X         2 24 3 The serendipitous discovery of a stellar ring at mid-infrared wavelengths. PHILLIPS J.P. and RAMOS-LARIOS G.
2008MNRAS.390.1170P 12 1 G25.5+0.2: a possible symbiotic bipolar outflow. PHILLIPS J.P. and RAMOS-LARIOS G.
2009A&A...501..539U viz 15       D               2 496 64 The RMS survey. 6 cm continuum VLA observations towards candidate massive YSOs in the northern hemisphere. URQUHART J.S., HOARE M.G., PURCELL C.R., et al.
2009A&A...507.1467L 15       D               3 56 3 7 mm continuum observations of ultra compact HII regions. LETO P., UMANA G., TRIGILIO C., et al.
2010A&A...513A...9C 15       D               1 33 12 A millimeter survey of ultra-compact HII-regions and associated molecular clouds. CHURCHWELL E., SIEVERS A. and THUM C.
2010MNRAS.405.1047G viz 154           X   F     3 142 90 Revealing evolved massive stars with Spitzer. GVARAMADZE V.V., KNIAZEV A.Y. and FABRIKA S.
2012A&A...538A..47N 91 27 The first X-ray survey of Galactic luminous blue variables. NAZE Y., RAUW G. and HUTSEMEKERS D.
2012ApJ...753...62J viz 16       D               1 200 23 Kinematic distance assignments with H I absorption. JONES C. and DICKEY J.M.
2014ApJ...796..121J 41           X         1 12 36 Luminous blue variables and superluminous supernovae from binary mergers. JUSTHAM S., PODSIADLOWSKI P. and VINK J.S.
2015ApJS..221...26A viz 16       D               1 316 27 Finding distant galactic HII regions. ANDERSON L.D., ARMENTROUT W.P., JOHNSTONE B.M., et al.
2018MNRAS.480.2423I viz 17       D               1 177 ~ The coordinated radio and infrared survey for high-mass star formation - IV. A new radio-selected sample of compact galactic planetary nebulae. IRABOR T., HOARE M.G., OUDMAIJER R.D., et al.
2019MNRAS.482.2681Y viz 17       D               1 234 ~ A search for hypercompact H II regions in the Galactic Plane. YANG A.Y., THOMPSON M.A., TIAN W.W., et al.
2019ApJS..240...21A viz 17       D               1 435 ~ A census of symbiotic stars in the 2MASS, WISE, and Gaia surveys. AKRAS S., GUZMAN-RAMIREZ L., LEAL-FERREIRA M.L., et al.
2019MNRAS.488.1760S 85           X         2 65 ~ On the Gaia DR2 distances for Galactic luminous blue variables. SMITH N., AGHAKHANLOO M., MURPHY J.W., et al.
2021A&A...655A..98A 90             C       1 61 ~ The contribution by luminous blue variable stars to the dust content of the Magellanic Clouds. AGLIOZZO C., PHILLIPS N., MEHNER A., et al.

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