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1952PASP...64..196G 65 T                   1 20 60 Colors and magnitudes of some star clusters in the
Magellanic Clouds.
GASCOIGNE S.C.B. and KRON G.E.
1953AJ.....58..218K 65 T                   1 2 ~ Preliminary report on a survey of 21 cm radiation from the
Magellanic Clouds.
KERR F.J. and KINDMAN J.V.
1953ApJ...118..314C 65 T                   1 35 5 Photoelectric magnitude sequences for the
Magellanic Clouds.
COX A.N. and HALLAM K.L.
1953ApJ...118..351D 65 T                   1 8 0 Note on the paper "Studies of variables in the
Magellanic Clouds. I. Twenty new faint variables in a region in the Small Cloud".
DARTAYET M. and LANDI DESSY J.
1953PASP...65...32G 65 T                   1 14 7 Population types and the
Magellanic Clouds.
GASCOIGNE S.C.B. and KRON G.E.
1953PNAS...39..358M 65 T                   1 6 42 Define Constellations I to V in
Magellanic Clouds.
McKIBBEN N.V. and SHAPLEY H.
1954AuJPh...7..297K 71 T                   1 1 47 Observations of the 21 cm line from the
Magellanic Clouds.
KERR F.J., HINDMAN J.V. and ROBINSON B.J.
1955AJ.....60..126D 66 T                   1 12 50 Studies of
Magellanic Clouds. I. Dimensions and structure of the Large Cloud.
DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1955AuJPh...8..508K 67 T                   1 4 36 Rotation and other motions of the
Magellanic Clouds from radio observations.
KERR F.J. and DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1956ApJS....2..315H 66 T                   1 911 809 Catalogues of H-alpha emission stars and nebulae in the
Magellanic Clouds.
HENIZE K.G.
1956MNRAS.116..583F 66 T                   1 16 15 A note on the spectra of some variable stars in the Magellanic Clouds. FEAST M.W.
1956AuJPh...9...90K 67 T                   1 4 34 The masses of the
Magellanic Clouds from radio observations.
KERR F.J. and DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1957AJ.....62...69D 68 T                   1 6 84 Studies of the
Magellanic Clouds. III. Surface brightness, colors and integrated magnitudes of the Clouds.
DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1959AJ.....64..437T 66 T                   1 5 13 The differences among globular clusters: comparison of globular clusters in the galaxy and in the
Magellanic Clouds.
THACKERAY A.D.
1959MNRAS.119..576W 69 T                   1 1 22 Some formulae connecting Harvard x and y equatorial coordinates and standard coordinates for the
Magellanic Clouds.
WESSELINK A.J.
1959PASP...71..342J 66 T                   1 3 2 H-alpha emission between the
Magellanic Clouds.
JOHNSON H.M.
1959PASP...71..435L 66 T                   1 2 8 Studies of variables in the
Magellanic Clouds. II. Statistics of three hundred and six Cordoba variables in region "a" of the small cloud.
LANDI DESSY J.
1960MNRAS.120...79E 66 T                   1 22 13 Photometry in the
Magellanic Clouds. I. Standard sequences.
EGGEN O.J. and SANDAGE A.R.
1960MNRAS.120..214W 66 T                   1 4 27 Photometry in the
Magellanic Clouds. II. Some colours- magnitude arrays.
WOOLLEY R.v.d.R.
1960MNRAS.121..232S 66 T                   1 67 24 Photometry in the
Magellanic clouds. III. The cluster NGC 1783.
SANDAGE A.R. and EGGEN O.J.
1960MNRAS.121..337F 66 T                   1 267 449 The brightest stars in the
Magellanic Clouds.
FEAST M.W., THACKERAY A.D. and WESSELINK A.J.
1960UppAn...4g...1W 66 T                   1 180 0 An infrared survey of the
Magellanic Clouds. I. Four regions in the Large Cloud.
WESTERLUND B.
1960UppAn...4....7W 69 T                   1 1 22 An infrared survey of the
Magellanic Clouds. I. Four regions in the Large Cloud.
WESTERLUND B.
1962MNRAS.124..359W 66 T                   1 46 34 UBV photometry in and near the
Magellanic Clouds.
WESSELINK A.J.
1962Obs....82..207T 66 T                   1 4 13 Coude spectra of
Magellanic Cloud supergiants.
THACKERAY A.D.
1962RGOB...58...31W 66 T                   1 50 18 Studies in the
Magellanic Clouds. IV. Photometry of Cepheids in variable field. I. LMC.
WOOLLEY R.v.d.R., SANDAGE A.R., EGGEN O.J., et al.
1963RGOB...66..263W 66 T                   1 82 3 Studies in the
Magellanic Clouds. VI. Magnitudes and proper motions in variable field I, LMC.
WOOLLEY R.v.d.R.
1964MNRAS.127..195F 68 T                   1 9 62 The kinematics of gaseous nebulae and supergiant stars in the
Magellanic Clouds.
FEAST M.W.
1965MNRAS.130..333G 67 T                   1 28 64 Photoelectric observations of Magellanic Cloud Cepheids. GASCOIGNE S.C.B. and KRON G.E.
1965MNRAS.130..443W 24 20 45 variable stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud. WESSELINK A.J. and SHUTTLEWORTH M.
1965PASP...77..416B 67 T                   1 5 0 Sharpley's researches on the
Magellanic Clouds.
BOK B.J.
1966MNRAS.131..299H 67 T                   1 20 12 4430 A band absorption in the
Magellanic Clouds.
HUTCHINGS J.B.
1966MNRAS.132..433H 67 T                   1 172 37 Equivalent widths of H-gamma in stellar spectra of the
Magellanic Clouds.
HUTCHINGS J.B.
1966MNRAS.134...59G 67 T                   1 23 109 Colour-magnitude diagrams for nine globular-like clusters in the Magellanic Cloud. GASCOIGNE S.C.B.
1968AJ.....73..569V 67 T                   1 49 120 UBV photometry of star clusters in the
Magellanic Clouds.
VAN DEN BERGH S. and HAGEN G.L.
1968MNRAS.140..345F 67 T                   1 37 78 The kinematics of planetary nebulae in the
Magellanic clouds.
FEAST M.W.
1969MNRAS.146....1G 67 T                   1 43 117 Further observations of
Magellanic Cloud Cepheids.
GASCOIGNE S.C.B.
1969MNSSA..28..107B 72 0 A method for determining Magellanic Cloud membership using an objective prism and an absorption filter. BUTLER C.J. and NORRIS M.V.
1970A&A.....6..294S 67 T                   1 97 43 Polarization measurements and magnetic field structure within the Magellanic Clouds. SCHMIDT T.
1970AJ.....75..778M 67 T                   1 130 48 Polarization measurements of stars in the
Magellanic Clouds.
MATHEWSON D.S. and FORD V.L.
1970ApJ...161..835W 68 T                   1 5 50 Electronographic photometry of star clusters in the
Magellanic Clouds. I. The color-magnitude diagram of Kron 3.
WALKER M.F.
1970BOTT....5..269M 67 T                   1 116 38 BVRI - photometry of the brightest stars in the
Magellanic Clouds.
MENDOZA V E.E.
1970IBVS..420....1G 67 T                   1 1 1 The 3323 variable stars in or projected on the
Magellanic clouds down to -0.8 absolute magnitude.
GAPOSCHKIN S.
1970IBVS..496....1G 67 T                   1 1 2 Results of the study of 3806 variables in and about the
Magellanic clouds.
GAPOSCHKIN S.
1970MNSSA..29...24C 67 T                   1 21 14 UBV magnitude sequences in the
Magellanic Clouds.
COUSINS A.W.J.
1971AJ.....76..768G 67 T                   1 14 12 Novae in the
Magellanic clouds during the 1970-1971 observing season.
GRAHAM J.A. and ARAYA G.
1971ApJ...167....1W 68 T                   1 5 38 Electronographic photometry of star clusters in the
Magellanic Clouds. II. The color-magnitude diagram of NGC 2209.
WALKER M.F.
1971ApJ...168L...7P 70 T                   1 3 60 X-Rays from the
Magellanic Clouds.
PRICE R.E., GROVES D.J., RODRIGUES R.M., et al.
1971ApJ...170L..67L 69 T                   1 7 92 X-ray emission from the
Magellanic Clouds observed by Uhuru.
LEONG C., KELLOGG E., GURSKY H., et al.
1971AuJPh..24..609M 67 T                   1 16 15 Emission nebulae in the
Magellanic Clouds at 408 MHz.
MILLS B.Y. and ALLER L.H.
1972A&A....21..329M 98 5 Developpement de la technique du prisme-objectif: recherche, d'etoiles faibles appartenant au Grand Nuage de Magellan. MARTIN N. and REBEIROT E.
1972ApJ...171..393O 67 T                   1 13 6 The strength of the O I lambda 7774 line in the brightest stars in the
Magellanic clouds.
OSMER P.S.
1972MNRAS.156..459W 67 T                   1 6 35 Electronographic photometry of star clusters in the
Magellanic Clouds. III. The colour-magnitude diagram of NGC 2257.
WALKER M.F.
1972MNRAS.159..379W 67 T                   1 7 36 Electronographic photometry of star clusters in the
Magellanic clouds. IV. The colour-magnitude diagram of NGC 419.
WALKER M.F.
1972ATsir.671....1E 67 T                   1 20 0 The composite period-age relation for Cepheids of the
Magellanic Clouds, M 31 and Galaxy.
EFREMOV Y.N.
1972DunOP...1..133B 68 T                   1 3 35 Photometric standards in the
Magellanic Clouds.
BUTLER C.J.
1972QJRAS..13..274G 67 T                   1 5 20 The
Magellanic Clouds and the distance scale.
GASCOIGNE S.C.B.
1973ApJ...181..641D 68 T                   1 11 50 A photometric study of the integrated light of clusters in the
Magellanic clouds and the Fornax dwarf galaxy.
DANZIGER I.J.
1974A&AS...15..261R 68 T                   1 125 145 Color-magnitude diagrams for eleven young clusters in the
Magellanic Clouds.
ROBERTSON J.W.
1974A&AS...16..277C 68 T                   1 76 12 Etoiles, non supergiantes, a grande vitesse dans la region des
Nuages de Magellan.
CAROZZI N.
1974MNRAS.168p..31F 68 T                   1 9 ~ Probable symbiotic and VV Cephei stars in the
Magellanic clouds.
FEAST M.W. and WEBSTER B.L.
1974MNRAS.169..199W 69 T                   1 6 39 Electronographic photometry of star clusters in the
Magellanic Clouds. V. The colour-magnitude diagram of NGC 1866.
WALKER M.F.
1974MNRAS.169..273F 69 T                   1 2 14 A spectral type-colour anomaly for long period Cepheids in the
Magellanic clouds.
FEAST M.W.
1974DunOP...1..193B 68 T                   1 310 4 Identification of variable stars in the
Magellanic Clouds.
BUTLER C.J. and WAYMAN P.A.
1974PNAS...71.4496A 69 T                   1 5 25 Chemical composition of nebulosities in the
Magellanic Clouds.
ALLER L.H., CZYZAK S.J., KEYES C.D., et al.
1975A&AS...21..279A 68 T                   1 25 22 Atlas of star clusters with colour magnitude diagrams in the
Magellanic Clouds.
ALCAINO G.
1975ApJ...195..315D 71 T                   1 8 153 The chemical composition of selected HII regions in the
Magellanic clouds.
DUFOUR R.J.
1975ApJ...197...39I 72 T                   1 7 140 On the intrinsic properties of Cepheids in the Galaxy, in Andromeda, and in the
Magellanic clouds.
IBEN I. and TUGGLE R.S.
1975ApJ...198L..69T 69 T                   1 4 38 Variability of the X-ray sources in the
Magellanic clouds.
TUOHY I.R. and RAPLEY C.G.
1975ApJS...29..219M 68 T                   1 120 85 Photoelectric UBV photometry of Cepheids in the
Magellanic Clouds and in the Southern Milky Way.
MADORE B.F.
1975IrAJ...12...77H 68 T                   1 16 6 Clusters of the
Magellanic Clouds.
HODGE P.W.
1976A&A....47..463I 68 T                   39 13 Das Verhaltnis zwischen interstellarer Absorption und Verfarbung Av/E bei den delta Cep-Sternen in den
Magellanschen Wolken.
ISSERSTEDT J.
1976A&AS...24..357S 68 T                   315 50 Starlight polarization in the Magellanic Cloud regions. SCHMIDT T.
1976MNRAS.177..215M 68 T                   37 10 Additional evidence for reddening of
Magellanic cloud Cepheids.
MADORE B.F.
1977ApJS...34...33E 68 T                   22 9 UBVRI observations of
Magellanic Cepheids.
EGGEN O.J.
1979ApJ...232..205D 68 T                   2 6 The Magellanic Cloud Cepheids: an extrinsic model of the anomalies. DEYOREO J.J. and KARP A.H.
1979MNRAS.186..831F 68 T                   17 15 Spectral types of red supergiants in Magellanic cloud clusters. FEAST M.W.
1979SAAOC...1...98M 68 T                   70 35 Multicolour photoelectric photometry of Magellanic Cloud Cepheids. I: Individual UBVI observations. MARTIN W.L. and WARREN P.R.
1980MNRAS.193...87L 69 T                   199 62 Red stars in
Magellanic Cloud globular clusters.
LLOYD EVANS T.
1980MNRAS.193...97L 69 T                   14 33 Spectral classification of carbon stars in
Magellanic Cloud clusters.
LLOYD EVANS T.
1981A&AS...43..127W 69 T                   556 3 Five-colour photometry of blue stars in the Magellanic-cloud region. WAMSTEKER W.
1981ApJ...249L..11F 70 T                   3 26 Superluminous giants in
Magellanic Cloud clusters.
FLOWER P.J.
1981PASP...93..546G 69 T                   4 6 RR Lyrae stars in Magellanic Cloud clusters. GRAHAM J.A.
1981SAAOC...6...31M 69 T                   16 10 Photographic (B, V) photometry of
Magellanic Cloud cepheids. I. Observational data.
MARTIN W.L., THOMAS Y., CARTER B.S., et al.
1981SAAOC...6...96M 69 T                   21 7 Multicolour photoelectric photometry of Magellanic Cloud Cepheids. IV. B, V observations of 20 short period Cepheids. MARTIN W.L.
1982ApJ...252..461D 73 T                   1 8 190 The carbon abundance in the
Magellanic Clouds from IUE observations.
DUFOUR R.J., SHIELDS G.A. and TALBOT R.J.
1982ApJ...253L..43M 70 T                   1 5 28 Ultraviolet spectroscopy of planetary nebulae in the
Magellanic Clouds.
MARAN S.P., ALLER L.H., GULL T.R., et al.
1982ApJ...253..580F 69 T                   61 40 The late-type stellar content of Magellanic Cloud clusters. FROGEL J.A. and COHEN J.G.
1982ApJ...257..592B 70 T                   7 41 Metal abundances and ages for some
Magellanic Cloud variable stars.
BUTLER D., DEMARQUE P. and SMITH H.A.
1982ApJ...260..695B 69 T                   193 10 The occurrence of carbon stars and Cepheid variables in common fields of the
Magellanic Clouds.
BECKE S.A.
1982ApJ...262L..41S 71 T                   1 2 24 Luminosities and masses for three central stars of planetary nebulae in the
Magellanic clouds from ultraviolet spectroscopy with the IUE.
STECHER T.P., MARAN S.P., GULL T.R., et al.
1982ApJ...263..629M 69 T                   1 48 122 The extended giant branches of intermediate age globular clusters in the
Magellanic Clouds. III.
MOULD J. and AARONSON M.
1982ApJS...48..161A 69 T                   1 127 103 The extended giant branches of intermediate age globular clusters in the
Magellanic Clouds. II.
AARONSON M. and MOULD J.
1982MNRAS.198..707L 79 T                   1 3 152 On the proper motion of the
Magellanic Clouds and the halo mass of our galaxy.
LIN D.N.C. and LYNDEN-BELL D.
1982IUE82......385D 69 T                   1 2 0 CNO abundances in H II regions of the
Magellanic Clouds and the galaxy with implications regarding the nucleosynthesis of the CNO element group.
DUFOUR R.J. and SHIELDS G.A.
1982IUE82......602S 69 T                   1 15 ~ The peculiar, luminous early-type emission line stars of the
Magellanic Clouds: a preliminary taxonomy.
SHORE S.N. and SANDULEAK N.
1982IUE3r......277Z 69 T                   3 ~ SK-67/111 and R 50, two Magellanic cloud emission line stars. ZICKGRAF F.-J., WOLF B., VIOTTI R., et al.
1982IUE3r......519C 69 T                   1 24 ~ Optical and ultraviolet spectrophotometry of globular clusters in the
Magellanic Clouds.
CACCIARI C., FUSI PECCI F., ZAVARONI C., et al.
1983AJ.....88...62M 2 2 24 New observations of a region of the Magellanic stream. MORRAS R.
1983ApJ...264..470H 70 T                   19 152 Age calibrations of Magellanic Cloud clusters. HODGE P.W.
1983PASP...95..967H 69 T                   5 14 SIT Vidicon photometry for four old Magellanic cloud clusters. HARRIS W.E., HESSER J.E. and ATWOOD B.
1983ARA&A..21..271I 65 5 1638 Asymptotic giant branch evolution and beyond. IBEN I.Jr and RENZINI A.
1983MmSAI..54..837C 69 T                   7 0 IUE observations of
Magellanic cloud clusters.
COHEN J.G., RICH R.M. and PERSSON S.E.
1983MitAG..60..435N 69 T                   2 0 Alter-Metallhaufigkeit Relationen fur Kugelsternhaufen der
Magellan'schen Wolken.
NELLES B.
1983MitAG..60..437N 69 T                   9 0 Metallizitaten von jungen Kugelsternhaufen der
Magellanschen Wolken.
NELLES B. and RICHTLER T.
1983Natur.305..764V 69 T                   1 1 0 Structure and evolution of the
Magellanic Clouds.
VAN DEN BERGH S. and DE BOER K.S.
1984A&A...131L...5S 69 T                   1 11 18 Three new hot stars with dust shells in the
Magellanic clouds.
STAHL O., LEITHERER C., WOLF B., et al.
1984A&AS...55..103F 69 T                   54 1 Des etoiles a grande vitesse radiale pour la plupart galactiques pres des deux Nuages de
Magellan.
FEHRENBACH C. and TERZAN A.
1984ApJ...277..149M 69 T                   1 25 31 A photometric comparison of late-type cluster supergiants in the
Magellanic Clouds and the Galaxy.
McGREGOR P.J. and HYLAND A.R.
1984ApJ...284..565H 132 T                   1 2 504 The initial mass function for massive stars in the galaxy and the
Magellanic clouds.
HUMPHREYS R.M. and McELROY D.B.
1984ApJ...285..595C 69 T                   1 20 16 IUE observations of the clusters of the
Magellanic clouds.
COHEN J.G., RICH R.M. and PERSSON S.E.
1984ApJS...55....1S 69 T                   1 22 42 The early-type strong emission-line supergiants of the
Magellanic Clouds: a spectroscopic zoology.
SHORE S.N. and SANDULEAK N.
1984ApJS...55..127S 70 T                   1 8 46 Faint star studies in the
Magellanic clouds. II. Field regions 9 northeast of the Large Magellanic Cloud.
STRYKER L.L.
1984ApJS...55..189M 71 T                   1 9 89 Supernova remnants in the
Magellanic clouds.
MATHEWSON D.S., FORD V.L., DOPITA M.A., et al.
1984MNRAS.208..633M 69 T                   1 143 37 Planetary nebulae in the
Magellanic Clouds.
MORGAN D.H.
1984MNRAS.211..695A 71 T                   1 2 19 Colour-magnitude diagrams of star clusters in the
Magellanic Clouds from wide-field electronography. I. Hodge 11.
ANDERSEN J., BLECHA A. and WALKER M.F.
1984PASP...96..779G 70 T                   1 2 9 Massive stars in the galaxy and the
Magellanic Clouds: clues to stellar evolution.
GARMANY C.D.
1984PASP...96S.795S 69 T                   1 2 0 Comparative stellar field studies in the
Magellanic clouds.
STYKER L.L.
1984PASP...96..856F 72 T                   1 2 24 The stellar population of the
Magellanic clouds: a selective review.
FROGEL J.A.
1984ARA&A..22..445H 50 186 The influence of environment on the HI content of galaxies. HAYNES M.P., GIOVANELLI R. and CHINCARINI G.L.
1984BAAS...16Q.948C 69 T                   1 2 0 O-type stars in the
Magellanic clouds.
CONTI P.S., GARMANY C.D. and MASSEY P.
1984IrAJ...16..188W 69 T                   1 3 1 The period-luminosity relation in the
Magellanic clouds.
WAYMAN P.A.
1984JApA....5...99G 71 T                   1 2 23 On gamma radiation from the
Magellanic Clouds and galactic supernova remnants - Possible antiproton sources in the galaxy.
GINZBURG V.L. and PTUSKIN V.S.
1984IAUS..105...83B 69 T                   1 7 9 Comparisons between observational color-magnitude diagrams and synthetic cluster diagrams for young star clusters in the
Magellanic Clouds.
BECKER S.A., MATHEWS G.J. and BRUNISH W.M.
1984IAUS..108..145H 69 T                   1 59 10 The brightest stars in the
Magellanic Clouds and other late-type galaxies.
HUMPHREYS R.M.
1984IAUS..108..283M 72 T                   1 3 40 A radio continuum survey of the
Magellanic Clouds.
MILLS B.Y. and TURTLE A.J.
1984IAUS..108..353D 94 T                   1 3 307 The composition of H II regions in the
Magellanic Clouds.
DUFOUR R.J.
1984IUE84.......32H 69 T                   31 ~
Magellanic Cloud objects.
HUTCHINGS J.B.
1985A&A...148..379P 72 T                   1 3 27 The combined effect of mass loss and overshooting. V. Massive stars in the
Magellanic Clouds.
PYLYSER E., DOOM C. and DE LOORE C.
1985A&AS...61..237S 70 T                   1 25 53 Atlas of hig-dispersion spectra of peculiar emission-line stars in the
Magellanic Clouds.
STAHL O., WOLF B., DE GROOT M., et al.
1985AJ.....90.2009G 70 T                   1 52 23 Extreme Be stars in the
Magellanic Clouds.
GARMANY C.D. and HUMPHREYS R.M.
1985ApJ...288..182V 70 T                   1 51 39 Distances to
Magellanic Clouds from observations of Cepheids at 1.05 microns.
VISVANATHAN N.
1985ApJ...288..551A 70 T                   1 35 77 The extended giant branches of intermediate age globular clusters in the
Magellanic Clouds. IV.
AARONSON M. and MOULD J.
1985ApJ...292..511M 71 T                   1 4 20 Wolf-Rayet stars in the
Magellanic Clouds. III. The WO4+O4 V binary Sk 188 in the SMC.
MOFFAT A.F.J., BREYSACHER J. and SEGGEWISS W.
1985ApJ...293..407G 70 T                   1 36 74 Stellar winds from hot stars in the
Magellanic clouds.
GARMANY C.D. and CONTI P.S.
1985ApJS...58..197M 73 T                   1 8 101 Supernova remnants in the
Magellanic Clouds. III.
MATHEWSON D.S., FORD V.L., TUOHY I.R., et al.
1985MNRAS.212..395D 70 T                   118 11 Period change in
Magellanic Cloud Cepheids.
DEASY H.P. and WAYMAN P.A.
1985MNRAS.212..879C 70 T                   75 125 BVI reddenings of
Magellanic Cloud Cepheids.
CALDWELL J.A.R. and COULSON I.M.
1985MNRAS.212..955L 70 T                   1 28 ~ Bright red variables of large amplitude in the
Magellanic Clouds.
LLOYD EVANS T.
1985PASP...97..681W 70 T                   1 9 12 Bright long-period variables in the direction of the
Magellanic Clouds: foreground stars or supergiants ?
WOOD P.R. and BESSELL M.S.
1985BAAS...17..594A 70 T                   1 4 ~ Masses for the central stars of three planetary nebulae in the
Magellanic Clouds.
ANGENSEN H.J. and HEAP S.R.
1985Natur.318..160I 74 T                   1 2 34 A blue stellar population in the HI bridge between the two
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IRWIN M.J., KUNKEL W.E. and DEMERS S.
1985PASAu...6...54W 70 T                   1 2 4 Angular diameters of
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1985SciAm.252d..84M 70 T                   2 0 The clouds of Magellan. MATHEWSON D.
1986A&A...159...22H 70 T                   1 45 57 A new radio continuum survey of the
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1986A&A...160..301B 70 T                   1 8 17 Chemical equilibrium from diffuse to dense clouds. II. Interstellar clouds in the
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1986A&A...163..119Z 74 T                   1 9 173 B(e)-supergiants of the
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1986A&A...165...84C 70 T                   20 41
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CHIOSI C., BERTELLI G., BRESSAN A., et al.
1986A&AS...64..189A 70 T                   1 31 10 Colour-magnitude diagrams of star clusters in the
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1986AJ.....92...48C 70 T                   1 244 111 Studies of massive stars in the
Magellanic Clouds. I. New spectral classifications of OB types in the LMC.
CONTI P.S., GARMANY C.D. and MASSEY P.
1986ApJ...303..186I 82 T                   1 2 100 Carbon monoxide in the
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1986ApJ...303..198S 70 T                   1 47 52 Gas in and toward the
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1986ApJ...306..130K 70 T                   1 329 215 H II regions and star formation in the
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1986ApJ...309..714M 70 T                   1 8 16 Wolf-Rayet stars in the
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1986ApJ...310..715N 71 T                   1 4 17 Studies of binary stars in the
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1986ApJS...62..427G 70 T                   122 39 Photometric studies of Magellanic cloud supergiants. I. Mean magnitudes and reddenings. GRIEVE G.R. and MADORE B.F.
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1986MNRAS.218..223C 71 T                   1 56 226 The geometry and distance of the
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CALDWELL J.A.R. and COULSON I.M.
1986MNRAS.219..603J 70 T                   1 14 49 Star formation in the
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1986MNRAS.223..151B 70 T                   5 14 The determination of the mass of a Magellanic Cloud planetary nebula by speckle interferometry. BARLOW M.J., MORGAN B.L., STANDLEY C., et al.
1986PASP...98.1102G 70 T                   1 3 0 A photometric study of two OB associations in the
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1986Afz....24..131F 1 2 11 Mass loss by stars on the asymptotic giant branch. FRANTSMAN J.L.
1986BAAS...18..679M 70 T                   1 3 2 The massive star content of two rich OB associations in the
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MASSEY P., GARMANY C.D. and DEGIOIA-EASTWOOD K.
1986BAAS...18..693A 70 T                   1 7 0 Characteristics of some high-excitation planetary nebulae and centralstars in the
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1986BAAS...18..997A 70 T                   1 3 0 The
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1986MmSAI..57..469C 70 T                   1 3 3 Evolutionary population synthesis and the
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1986MmSAI..57..535B 70 T                   16 1 A theoretical and observational study of the red giant branch phase transition in Magellanic cloud clusters. A progress report. BUONANNO R., CORSI C.E., FUSI PECCI F., et al.
1986PAZh...12..229F 70 T                   1 3 1 Simulated populations of asymptotic giant branch of globular clustersin the
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1986PAZh...12..281F 70 T                   1 35 1 The ages of globular clusters in the
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1986PASAu...6..471M viz 73 T                   1 3 36 HI profiles in the bridge region of the
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1986RMxAA..12..303R 70 T                   1 3 2 The 2.6 mm CO survey of the
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RUBIO M., COHEN R. and MONTANI J.
1987A&A...173..293K 88 T                   1 3 227 Radiation driven winds of hot luminous stars. II. Wind models for O-stars in the
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1987A&A...180..129A 70 T                   1 31 23 Cepheids in the
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1987A&A...186..159A 70 T                   1 9 25 Cepheids in the
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1987A&A...188...74W 77 T                   1 7 216 The initial-final mass relation: galactic disk and
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1987AJ.....93.1070G 70 T                   1 222 76 Studies of massive stars in the
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1987ApJ...312..195M 70 T                   6 16 CO band synthesis and the interpretation of band strengths in Magellanic Cloud supergiants. McGREGOR P.J.
1987ApJ...313..192S 71 T                   1 6 28 Intermediate-age core helium burning stars and the distance to the
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1987ApJ...317..672W 70 T                   1 15 8 Spectroscopy and JHK photometry of type II Cepheids in the
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1987ApJ...320..159A 71 T                   1 13 77 Physical parameters for 12 planetary nebulae and their central stars in the
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1987ApJ...321..156M 70 T                   1 29 20 The evolution of asymptotic giant branch stars in the
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MOULD J. and REID N.
1987ApJ...321..162W 70 T                   1 161 130 Distance moduli and structure of the
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1987ApJ...322L..91M 70 T                   1 35 19 A preliminary survey of collapsed cores in the
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MEYLAN G. and DJORGOVSKI S.
1987ApJS...63..917S 4 4 77 The evolution of red clump stars : theoretical sequences. SEIDEL E., DEMARQUE P. and WEINBERG D.
1987MNRAS.227..161B 70 T                   37 85 The determination of the masses of Magellanic Cloud planetary nebulae using (O II) doublet radio electron densities. BARLOW M.J.
1987MNRAS.229....1A 71 T                   1 2 13 Colour-magnitude diagrams of star clusters in the
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1987PASP...99..179W 70 T                   46 12 Photometric zero-point stars in Magellanic cloud clusters. WALKER M.F.
1987PASP...99..734H 70 T                   6 8 Some studies of Magellanic cloud clusters. HODGE P. and FLOWER P.
1987BAAS...19..678S 70 T                   1 3 3 The age-metallicity relations of the
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1987BAAS...19..704D 70 T                   1 2 0 A comparison of the luminosity functions of the H-alpha emission-linestars in the
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1987BAAS...19..714D 70 T                   1 6 0 Light curve solutions for five eclipsing binaries in the
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1987PASAu...7...65R 70 T                   1 24 4 Stromgren photometry of supergiants in the
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1987QJRAS..28..239K 70 T                   1 5 1 Hot stars in young globular clusters of the
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1987RMxAA..14..390N 70 T                   3 0 Binarias masivas en las nubes de Magallanes. NIEMELA V.S.
1987SAAOC..11...89C 70 T                   40 2 Revised UBV photometry of Magellanic Cloud sequences. COUSINS A.W.J.
1987SAAOC..11..125W 70 T                   1 12 3 Notes on Cepheid variables in galaxies more distant than the
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1987IAUS..125..130T 70 T                   1 3 2 Supernova remnants in the
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1988BAAS...20..730H 70 T                   1 3 0 Planetary nebulae in the Magellan clouds: central star temperatures and nebular abundances for the Jacoby sample. HENRY R.B.C., LIEBERT J. and BOROSON T.A.
1989A&A...211....9B 70 T                   1 283 18 An automated search for star clusters in the
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BHATIA R.K. and MacGILLIVRAY H.T.
1989A&AS...79..407S 73 T                   1 3 47 A bibliography of colour magnitude diagram studies of star clusters in the
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1989AJ.....98.1598B 77 T                   1 4 114 A comparison of the luminosity functions in U, B, and V and their relationship to the initial mass function for the galaxy and the
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1989Ap&SS.156...85M 7 1 Integrated photometric properties of Magellanic Clouds star clusters. MATEO M.
1989Ap&SS.156...93M 18 1 The initial mass functions of Magellanic Cloud star clusters. MATEO M.
1989Ap&SS.156..113R 70 T                   1 6 2 Chemical abundances from B-stars in the
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1990A&A...234...67S 70 T                   1 8 14 Chemical evolution of the
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1990A&A...234..109R 72 T                   1 6 51 Abundances from B stars of the
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1990A&A...237..296S 70 T                   1 21 45 The effects of stellar age and metallicity on the infrared emission in the
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1990A&AS...86..103R 70 T                   1 5 6 Zero-point stars in the
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1990AJ.....99..191I 70 T                   1 38 88 A blue stellar link between the
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IRWIN M.J., DEMERS S. and KUNKEL W.E.
1990AJ.....99.1488A 33 6 Photoelectric UBVRI sequences in the Magellanic Cloud clusters Lindsay 1, NGC 339, NGC 361, and NGC 1466. ALCAINO G., ALVARADO F., WENDEROTH E., et al.
1990AJ....100..663G 70 T                   1 178 26 Young stars between the
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1990ApJ...348..232M 70 T                   1 16 47 Wolf-Rayet stars in the
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1990ApJ...348..467A 70 T                   1 3 11 Millimeter observations of the
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1990ApJ...355..473W 70 T                   1 66 53 Structure of the interstellar medium in the
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1990ApJ...360...68B 70 T                   1 3 5 The influence of our galaxy on the evolution of the
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1990ApJ...360..490R 99 17 An asymptotic giant branch star survey in the Small Magellanic Cloud. REID N. and MOULD J.
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1990ApJS...74...93R 72 T                   1 29 232 Abundances of the heavy elements in the
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1990MNRAS.244..706A 4 11 181 The source of luminosity at the Galactic Centre. ALLEN D.A., HYLAND A.R. and HILLIER D.J.
1990A&ARv...2...29W 71 T                   1 50 206 The
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1990BAAS...22.1206H 70 T                   1 4 0 The anomalous A-type supergiants in the
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1990BAAS...22.1226V 70 T                   3 0 Star clusters in the clouds of Magellan. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1990BAAS...22.1239W 70 T                   1 3 0 Faint HII regions in the
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1990BAAS...22.1290P 70 T                   1 8 1 LH2 and 58 : comparisons of stellar content and IMFs for OB associations in the
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1990JAF....37...23A 70 T                   3 0 "Survey" profond des regions gazeuses en emission dans la voie lactee et les nuages de Magellan. AMRAM P., BOULESTEIX J., GEORGELIN Y.M., et al.
1990MmSAI..61..677M 70 T                   1 3 1 The interstellar medium and the structure of the
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1990PASAu...8..339H 70 T                   1 3 2 Polarization in the
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1990RMxAA..21..241R 70 T                   1 10 0 CO in the
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1991A&A...242L..17B 72 T                   21 98 Concerning the reddening of the Magellanic clouds. BESSELL M.S.
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1991A&A...246..313V 5 8 Near-infrared radiation of actively star-forming galaxies. VAN DEN BROEK A.C., DE JONG T. and BRINK K.
1991A&A...246..341A 71 T                   1 30 1 The distance to the
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1991A&A...248..404I 71 T                   25 26 Infrared photometry of compact objects in the Magellanic Clouds. ISRAEL F.P. and KOORNNEEF J.
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1991A&AS...89..105S 71 T                   1 26 20 Photometric variability study of Wolf-Rayet binaries in the
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1991A&AS...90....1P 71 T                   1 954 4 Positional reference stars in the
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1991A&AS...91..171D viz 71 T                   1 1679 26 Catalogue of blue stars between the
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1991A&AS...91..425W 71 T                   1 421 56 The evolution of carbon stars in the
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1991ApJ...367..115D 71 T                   37 80 Photoionization modeling of Magellanic Cloud planetary nebulae. I. DOPITA M.A. and MEATHERINGHAM S.J.
1991ApJ...369....1V 72 T                   17 99 Star clusters in the clouds of Magellan. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1991ApJ...377L..85W 1 3 14 The detection of the hot gaseous halo around the Small Magellanic Cloud. WAG Q.
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1991ApJ...382..134K 71 T                   33 33 Core masses and abundances of low-excitation planetary nebulae in the Magellanic clouds. KALER J.B. and JACOBY G.H.
1991ApJS...75..407M viz 71 T                   54 101 Optical spectroscopy of Magellanic cloud planetary nebulae. I. MEATHERINGHAM S.J. and DOPITA M.A.
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1991MNRAS.249..654M 72 T                   7 36 Radio pulsars in the Magellanic clouds. McCONNELL D., McCULLOCH P.M., HAMILTON P.A., et al.
1991MNRAS.250..119B 71 T                   1 7 27 Eclipsing binaries in the
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1991BAAS...23..889S 5 0 A new tidal model of the Magellanic Stream. SHUTER W.L.
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1991BAAS...23..918M 6 0 Wolf-Rayet stars in IC10. MASSEY P., ARMANDROFF T.E. and CONTI P.S.
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1991IrAJ...20...60R 71 T                   15 6 The chemical composition of the Magellanic Clouds from stellar studies. ROLLESTON W.R.J.
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1992ApJ...398L..41B 71 T                   7 24 Imaging of four planetary nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds using the Hubble Space Telescope Faint Object Camera. BLADES J.C., BARLOW M.J., ALBRECHT R., et al.
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1992ApJS...83...87V viz 71 T                   36 48 Optical spectroscopy of
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1992BAAS...24..768P 71 T                   3 ~ Li abundances in luminous Magellanic Cloud AGB stars. PIEZ B., SMITH V.V. and LAMBERT D.L.
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1992BAAS...24..792B 71 T                   6 ~ High-resolution observations of four planetary nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds using the faint object camera and the Hubble space telescope. BLADES J.C., OSMER S. and BARLOW M.J.
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1992GriO...56b..10E 71 T                   6 0 The
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1992MmSAI..63..121B 71 T                   5 1 Young stellar clusters in the Magellanic Clouds. BROCATO E. and CASTELLANI V.
1992MmSAI..63..131C 71 T                   11 0 CCD and IR photometry of intermediate-age Magellanic Clouds clusters. CORSI C.E. and TESTA V.
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1993A&A...279..125A 71 T                   3 6 The asymmetry parameter M-m of the light curves of Cepheids in the Galaxy and Magellanic Clouds. ANTONELLO E.
1993ApJ...403..239A 71 T                   8 8 Survey of ultra-high-energy gamma-ray emission in the Magellanic clouds. ALLEN W.H., BOND I.A., BUDDING E., et al.
1993ApJ...417..209J viz 71 T                   15 24 Improved observations of faint planetary nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds. JACOBY G.H. and KALER J.B.
1993ApJ...418..804D 73 T                   4 38 Hubble Space Telescope observations of planetary nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds. I. The extreme type I SMP 83/WS 35. DOPITA M.A., FORD H.C., BOHLIN R., et al.
1993MNRAS.260..103D 71 T                   60 21 Very red stars between the Magellanic Clouds : discovery of carbon stars in the outer LMC and SMC haloes. DEMERS S., IRWIN M.J. and KUNKEL W.E.
1993MNRAS.260..777T 71 T                   4 10 CCD photometry of variable stars in the Magellanic Clouds. - III. The eclipsing binary HV 12484. TOBIN W., DUNCAN S.P.R., WEST S.R.D., et al.
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1993MNRAS.265..189D 71 T                   7 8 CCD photometry of variable stars in the Magellanic Clouds. - IV. The eclipsing HV 1761 and nearby field variables. DUNCAN S.P.R., TOBIN W., WATSON R.D., et al.
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1993PASP..105..374H 71 T                   10 17 CO observations of several amorphous and
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1993AGAb....9...23K 71 T                   2 0 HST spectroscopy of O-stars in the Magellanic Clouds. KUDRITZKI R.-P., LENNON D.J., GABLER R., et al.
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1993AGAb....9...32H 71 T                   4 0 Theoretical studies about the
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1993AGAb....9...73K 3 0 The planetary nebula luminosity function (PNLF) in our Galaxy. KUDRITZKI R.P.
1993Ap&SS.201..287L 71 T                   5 4 Photometric analysis of two eclipsing binaries in the Magellanic Clouds. LOUDON M. and BUDDING E.
1993BAAS...25..783L 71 T                   5 ~ Proper motion of the Magellanic clouds and the dynamics of the Local Group. LIN D.N.C.
1993BAAS...25Q.818C 71 T                   3 ~ X-ray binaries in the galaxy and the Magellanic Clouds. COWLEY A.P.
1993BAAS...25.1371V 71 T                   16 ~ HST PC and FOS observations of planetary nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds. VASSILIADIS E., DOPITA M., MEATHERINGHAM S.J., et al.
1993BAAS...25.1452B 71 T                   6 ~ Magellanic clouds and LeoI's orbits in Local Group history. BYRD G., VALTONEN M., McCALL M., et al.
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1993RMxAA..26...47L 71 T                   3 1 Some new research on the Magellanic Clouds. LEQUEUX J.
1993RMxAA..26..112T 71 T                   5 1 Spectrophotometry of selected planetary nebulae of type I in the Magellanic Clouds. TORRES-PEIMBERT S., PEIMBERT M., RUIZ M.T., et al.
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1993SSRv...66..179H 71 T                   21 8 Hubble Space Telescope spectroscopy of massive hot stars in the Magellanic Clouds and M31. HASER S.M., LENNON D.J., KUDRITZKI R.P., et al.
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1994A&A...282..717J 71 T                   38 43 Metal abundances of
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1994A&A...284..241M 71 T                   5 11 On the interstellar grains in the Magellanic Clouds and in the Galaxy. MACCIONI A. and PERINOTTO M.
1994A&A...285..716H 71 T                   7 18 High-resolution spectroscopy of two young stars between the Magellanic Clouds. HAMBLY N.C., DUFTON P.L., KEENAN F.P., et al.
1994A&A...288..538K 72 T                   17 52 Super-soft X-ray sources in the fields of the Magellanic Clouds. KAHABKA P., PIETSCH W. and HASINGER G.
1994A&A...291..743H 76 T                   3 47 The dynamical evolution of the
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1994A&A...292..371L 74 T                   9 93 Results of the ESO-SEST Key Programme: CO in the Magellanic Clouds. IV. Physical properties of molecular clouds in the Small Magellanic Cloud. LEQUEUX J., LE BOURLOT J., PINEAU DES FORETS G., et al.
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1994AJ....107.1338W 71 T                   43 26 Classical H II regions in the Magellanic Clouds. I. Physical properties. WILCOTS E.M.
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1994ApJ...426..150D 71 T                   5 14 Hubble Space Telescope observations of planetary nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds. II. SMP 85, a young planetary. DOPITA M.A., VASSILIADIS E., MEATHERINGHAM S.J., et al.
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1994ApJ...429..772S 71 T                   15 13 Opacity, metallicity and cepheid period ratios in the Galaxy and Magellanic Clouds. SIMON N.R. and KANBUR S.M.
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1994ApJS...91..583H viz 71 T                   32 13 The initial mass function for massive stars in the Magellanic Clouds. I. UBV photometry and color-magnitude diagrams for 14 OB associations. HILL R.J., MADORE B.F. and FREEDMAN W.L.
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1994MNRAS.266..412K 71 T                   41 37 On the motion of the Magellanic Clouds. KROUPA P., ROESER S. and BASTIAN U.
1994MNRAS.266..567G 82 T                   4 139 Numerical simulations of the Magellanic system - I. Orbits of the Magellanic Clouds and the global gas distribution. GARDINER L.T., SAWA T. and FUJIMOTO M.
1994MNRAS.269..737F 71 T                   60 6 Carbon and M-type stars in the outer haloes of the Magellanic Clouds. FEAST M. and WHITELOCK P.
1994MNRAS.269.1019E 71 T                   57 29 A search for methanol masers in the Magellanic Clouds. ELLINGSEN S.P., WHITEOAK J.B., NORRIS R.P., et al.
1994MNRAS.271..385C 71 T                   19 32 Globular clusters in the Magellanic Clouds - I. BV CCD photometry for 11 clusters. CORSI C.E., BUONANNO R., FUSI PECCI F., et al.
1994AGAb...10..198S 71 T                   4 2 CCD Stroemgren photometry in the Magellanic Clouds. The binary star cluster NGC 2136/37. STEIN D., HILKER M. and RICHTLER T.
1994Ap&SS.215..263A 71 T                   109 0 Planetary nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds (I). AMNUEL P.R.
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1994Ap&SS.217..121W 71 T                   5 6 AGB stars in the Magellanic Clouds. WOOD P.R.
1994BAAS...26..914W 71 T                   6 ~ Resolution of the upper IMF in the Magellanic Clouds. WALBORN N.R., MacKENTY J.W., SAHA A., et al.
1994BAAS...26.1384V 71 T                   7 ~ Narrow-band 500.7 nm HST images of planetary nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds. VASSILIADIS E., et al.
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1994MmSAI..65..761T 71 T                   5 1 JHK photometry of young and intermediate age Magellanic Cloud clusters. TESTA V.
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1995A&A...294..648H 72 T                   26 29 Metallicities in the Magellanic Clouds from CCD Stroemgren photometry. The globular clusters NGC 1866 (LMC) and NGC 330 (SMC). HILKER M., RICHTLER T. and GIEREN W.
1995A&A...302..409G 72 T                   60 55 B[e] phenomenon extending to lower luminosities in the Magellanic Clouds. GUMMERSBACH C.A., ZICKGRAF F.-J. and WOLF B.
1995A&A...304..220D 74 T                   3 18 The evolution of case B intermediate mass close binaries with Galactic and
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1995AJ....109..594K 73 T                   25 100 Large scale structure of the ionized gas in the Magellanic Clouds. KENNICUTT R.C.Jr, BRESOLIN F., BOMANS D.J., et al.
1995ApJ...438..188M 72 T                   308 347 Massive stars in the field and associations of the Magellanic Clouds : the upper mass limit, the initial mass function and a critical test of main-sequence stellar evolutionary theory. MASSEY P., LANG C.C., DE GIOIA-EASTWOOD K., et al.
1995ApJ...439L..47W 36   K                 31 15 Resolution of massive compact clusters in the 30 Doradus periphery with the Hubble space telescope. WALBORN N.R., MacKENTY J.W., SAHA A., et al.
1995ApJ...439..652L 75 T                   13 138 The motion of the
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1995ApJ...441..735S 72 T                   105 115 A survey of lithium in the red giants of the Magellanic Clouds. SMITH V.V., PLEZ B. and LAMBERT D.L.
1995ApJ...448..369D 74 T                   3 22 Binary models for the solar neighborhood and
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1995ApJ...449L.119G 73 T                   7 35 The first 8-13 micron spectra of asymptotic giant branch stars in the Magellanic Clouds. GROENEWEGEN M.A.T., SMITH C.H., WOOD P.R., et al.
1995ApJ...455L..31W 77 T                   3 48 Production of Milky Way structure by the Magellanic Clouds. WEINBERG M.D.
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1995MNRAS.275..429L 1 48 205 Ghostly streams from the formation of the Galaxy's halo. LYNDEN-BELL D. and LYNDEN-BELL R.M.
1995MNRAS.276.1155S 72 T                   147 37 Blue-violet spectral evolution of young
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1995AGAb...11..207G 72 T                   6 0 An unknown population of blue giants and the ages of
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1995Ap&SS.230..205F 72 T                   9 0 Some
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1995BAAS...27..855W 72 T                   4 ~ A reconnaissance of the 900-1200 A spectra of early O stars in the Magellanic clouds. WALBORN N.R., et al.
1995BAAS...27..859R 72 T                   4 ~ Interstellar Ti II absorption toward the Magellanic Clouds. ROTH K.C., BLADES J.C. and ALBERT C.E.
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1995C&E...304...50G 72 T                   5 0
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1995ExA.....5...67T 72 T                   10 ~ The Mt John programme of CCD photometry of eclipsing binaries in the Magellanic Clouds. TOBIN W.
1995Msngr..81...20D viz 72 T                   7 2 The
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1995IAUS..163..406B 72 T                   6 5 A spectroscopic search for colliding winds in a complete sample of WC/WO stars in the Magellanic clouds. BARTZAKOS P., MOFFAT A.F.J. and NIEMELA V.S.
1995BaltA...4...39F 72 T                   5 0 Evolutionary status of faint carbon stars in the Magellanic clouds. FRANTSMAN J.L. and PILYEVA N.A.
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1996A&AS..119...91T viz 74 T                   3 25 The
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1996AJ....111.1575W 72 T                   20 47 H I observations of barred
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1996ApJ...459..600B 72 T                   73 23 A methanol maser survey of IRAS-selected regions in the Magellanic Clouds. BEASLEY A.J., ELLINGSEN S.P., CLAUSSEN M.J., et al.
1996ApJ...460..320D 72 T                   17 38 Hubble Space Telescope observations of planetary nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds. IV. [O III] images and evolutionary ages. DOPITA M.A., VASSILIADIS E., MEATHERINGHAM S.J., et al.
1996ApJ...462L..83B 76 T                   3 37 Do the
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1996ApJ...465..738I 79 T                   4 92 C+ emission from the Magellanic clouds. I. The bright H II region complexes N159 and N160. ISRAEL F.P., MALONEY P.R., GEIS N., et al.
1996ApJS..105..375V 72 T                   16 18 Hubble Space Telescope observations of planetary nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds. III. Ultraviolet spectroscopy using the faint object spectrograph. VASSILIADIS E., DOPITA M.A., BOHLIN R.C., et al.
1996MNRAS.279...32Z 72 T                   91 79 Obscured asymptotic giant branch stars in the Magellanic Clouds - II. Near-infrared and mid-infrared counterparts. ZIJLSTRA A.A., LOUP C., WATERS L.B.F.M., et al.
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1999PASP..111.1421B 10 18 Calibration of the MACHO photometric system: v-r, teff, and BCV calibration for metal-poor giants. BESSELL M.S. and GERMANY L.M.
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1999JAF....59...10H 8 0 Nebuleuse du Papillon revelee par le telescope spatial Hubble. HEYDARI-MALAYERI M.
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2000AJ....119..787G 40 50 Hubble space telescope photometry of Hodge 301: an "old" star cluster in 30 Doradus. GREBEL E.K. and CHU Y.-H.
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2000ApJ...532..922W 79 T                   4 76 Effect of the Milky Way on Magellanic Cloud structure. WEINBERG M.D.
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2000ApJ...538L..43F 74 T                   6 27 Far ultraviolet spectroscopic explorer observations of the stellar winds of two O7 supergiants in the Magellanic clouds. FULLERTON A.W., CROWTHER P.A., DE MARCO O., et al.
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2000PASP..112..932V 28 30 Some musings on globular cluster systems. VAN DEN BERGH S.
2000PASP..112.1162W 11 22 Hubble space telescope observations of the Hubble clusters in NGC 6822: ages and structure. WYDER T.K., HODGE P.W. and ZUCKER D.B.
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2000PASP..112.1315L 9 15 2MASS discoveries of cool, dust-enshrouded carbon stars out of the galactic plane. LIEBERT J., CUTRI R.M., NELSON B., et al.
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2000Ap&SS.272...61G 4 0 Objective determination of star formation histories. GILMORE G., HERNANDEZ X. and VALLS-GABAUD D.
2000Ap&SS.272..181S 73 T                   2 4 Morphology and evolution of galactic and
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2000JAVSO..28...12W 5 4 Unfinished business : Luyten's Harvard variables. I. WILLIAMS D.B.
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2000PASA...17...18W 15 3 142 Variable red giants in the LMC : pulsating stars and binaries ? WOOD P.R.
2000PASA...17...35Y 9 3 Observations from Australasia using the gravitational microlensing technique. YOCK P.
2000PASA...17..179B 42 1 Beauty and astrophysics. BESSELL M.S.
2001A&A...366..508V viz 73 T                   61 153 S Doradus variables in the Galaxy and the Magellanic Clouds. VAN GENDEREN A.M.
2001A&A...366..623H 19 20 An analysis of HST UV spectra of Cyg OB2 stars. HERRERO A., PULS J., CORRAL L.J., et al.
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