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1925ApJ....61..353S 63 23 Analysis of radial velocities of globular clusters and non-galactic nebulae. STROMBERG G.
1936ApJ....84..158H 9 70 The luminosity function of nebulae. I. The luminosity function of resolved nebulae as indicated by their brightest stars. HUBBLE E.
1942AnHar.109...27N 64 T                   1 9 2 Three hundred and thirty-nine new variable stars in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
NAIL V.M.
1946ApJ...104..290M 40 107 The radial velocities of fifty globular star clusters. MAYALL N.U.
1953AJ.....58..218K 2 ~ Preliminary report on a survey of 21 cm radiation from the Magellanic Clouds. KERR F.J. and KINDMAN J.V.
1953PASP...65...32G 14 7 Population types and the Magellanic Clouds. GASCOIGNE S.C.B. and KRON G.E.
1955AuJPh...8..508K 1 4 36 Rotation and other motions of the Magellanic Clouds from radio observations. KERR F.J. and DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1956PASP...68....5B 1 3 32 The period-luminosity relation of the cepheids. BAADE W.
1956PASP...68..125K 66 T                   1 72 46 Star clusters in the
Small Magellanic Cloud. I. Identification of 69 clusters.
KRON G.E.
1956AuJPh...9...90K 1 4 34 The masses of the Magellanic Clouds from radio observations. KERR F.J. and DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1958AJ.....63..273A 66 T                   1 46 60 Southern hemisphere photometry. III. The color-magnitude diagram of NGC 419 and the adjoining field in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
ARP H.C.
1958AJ.....63..487A 67 T                   1 4 46 Southern hamisphere photometry. V. The color-magnitude diagram of NGC 361 and the adjoining field in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
ARP H.C.
1958MNRAS.118..172L 66 T                   1 120 73 The cluster system of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
LINDSAY E.M.
1959AJ.....64..175A 67 T                   1 9 66 Southern hemisphere photometry. VI. The color-magnitude diagram of NGC 458 and the adjoining region of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
ARP H.
1959AJ.....64..254A 66 T                   1 57 74 Southern Hemisphere Photometry VII. The color-magnitude diagram of NGC 330 and the adjoining region of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
ARP H.
1959PASP...71....5V 15 4 The evolution of galaxies. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1959PASP...71..202D 66 T                   1 111 2 Magnitudes of clusters in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1960AJ.....65..404A 66 T                   1 127 61 Southern hemisphere photometry. VIII. Cepheids in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
ARP H.
1961AJ.....66..169L 66 T                   1 623 84 A new catalogue of emission-line stars and planetary nebulae in the
Small Magellanic Cloud
LINDSAY E.M.
1961ApJ...133..413H 50 91 Studies of the Large Magellanic Cloud. V. The young populous clusters. HODGE P.W.
1961KSVH....8....4W 66 T                   1 6 0 The distribution of stars in an outlying part of
Small Magellanic Cloud.
WESTERLUND B.
1961MNSSA..20...16C 66 T                   1 1 0 Standard magnitudes in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
COUSINS A.W.J.
1961RGOB...27...61E 45 9 Three-colour photometry in the southern hemisphere NGC 6383, NGC 6405 and standard stars. EGGEN O.J.
1961UppAn...5b...1W 66 T                   1 6 0 The distribution of stars in an outlying part of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
WESTERLUND B.
1962JRASC..56..113B 66 T                   1 4 20 Supergiant B stars in the
Small Magellanic Cloud (1962).
BUSCOMBE W. and KENNEDY P.M.
1962MNSSA..21...74T 66 T                   1 16 19 New members of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
THACKERAY A.D.
1963AJ.....68..299W 66 T                   1 2 2 A small emission nebula in the wing of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
WESTERLUND B.E. and HENIZE K.G.
1963ApJ...137..747H 66 T                   1 59 66 Dimensions of diffuse and planetary nebulae in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
HENIZE K.G. and WESTERLUND B.E.
1963IrAJ....6....2L 66 T                   1 9 3 NGC and IC objects in
Small Magellanic Cloud.
LINDSAY E.M.
1963Obs....83...74W 66 T                   1 9 28 Supergiant stars in the wing of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
WESTERLUND B.E., DANZIGER I.J. and GRAHAM J.
1964MNRAS.127..429W 67 T                   1 10 40 The distribution of stars in the wing of the
Small Magellanic Cloud. The region of NGC 602.
WESTERLUND B.E.
1965MNRAS.130..443W 67 T                   1 24 20 45 variable stars in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
WESSELINK A.J. and SHUTTLEWORTH M.
1965PASP...77..272D 2 3 40 Integrated magnitudes and color indices of IC 10. DE VAUCOULEURS G. and ABLES H.
1965IrAJ....7...79A 67 T                   1 3 0 Variable stars in the wings of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
ANDREWS A.D.
1966IBVS..157....1A 67 T                   1 2 2 Further flare activity in Butler's star in the
SMC.
ANDREWS A.D., BUTLER C.J. and EKSTEEN J.P.
1966VA......7..141M 3 4 92 The stellar luminosity function. McCUSKEY S.W.
1967ApJ...149...91A 9 43 Analysis of stellar content and Cepheid evolution in NGC 1866. ARP H.
1967ApJ...150...57C 7 41 X-ray intensities and spectra from several cosmic sources. CHODIL G., MARK H., RODRIGUES R., et al.
1967MNRAS.137...55B 67 T                   1 98 35 A colour-magnitude array for a region in the core of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
BASINSKI J.M., BOK B.J. and BOK P.F.
1967AuJPh..20..147H 96 T                   1 1 176 A high resolution study of the distribution and motions of neutral hydrogen in the
Small Cloud of Magellan.
HINDMAN J.V.
1967AuJPA...4....1H 67 T                   1 1 ~ High resolution observations of neutral hydrogen in the
Small Cloud of Magellan.
HINDMAN J.V. and BALNAVES K.M.
1967ZA.....65..194H 11 50 Del Cep Sterne vom Standpunkt der Sternentwicklung. HOFMEISTER E.
1967IAUS...30..221P 53 22 Effect of blending on the orbital elements of a double-lined B-type binary. PETRIE R.M., ANDREWS D.H. and SCARFE C.D.
1968AJ.....73..246S 67 T                   1 171 122 A finding list of proven or probable Small Magellanic Cloud members. SANDULEAK N.
1968JRASC..62..145V 45 71 The galaxies of the local group. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1969AJ.....74..859R 99 279 Integral properties of spiral and irregular galaxies. ROBERTS M.S.
1969AJ.....74..877S 67 T                   1 48 71 Proven and probable members in the Wing of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
SANDULEAK N.
1969ApJ...158.1059S 6 27 The influence of metal content on the evolution of stars of five solar masses. SCHLESINGER B.M.
1969MNRAS.146....1G 43 117 Further observations of Magellanic Cloud Cepheids. GASCOIGNE S.C.B.
1969BAN....20..317V 67 T                   1 13 11 Five-colour photometry of 12 Cepheids in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
VAN GENDEREN A.M.
1969BANS....3..221V 67 T                   1 102 1 Two-colour photometry of Cepheids near the centre of the
Small Magellanic Cloud, based on plates taken by Dr. H.C. Arp.
VAN GENDEREN A.M.
1970A&A.....6..294S 97 43 Polarization measurements and magnetic field structure within the Magellanic Clouds. SCHMIDT T.
1970A&A.....9...95D 67 T                   1 124 72 Photometry of bright stars in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
DACHS J.
1970ApJ...160..811F 10 36 2172 On the disks of spiral and S0 galaxies. FREEMAN K.C.
1970BOTT....5..269M 116 38 BVRI - photometry of the brightest stars in the Magellanic Clouds. MENDOZA V E.E.
1970QJRAS..11..199O 38 23 Abundances of the elements in gaseous nebulae. OSTERBROCK D.E.
1971A&A....10....1W 67 T                   1 20 49 On the structure of the Wing of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
WESTERLUND B.E. and GLASPEY J.
1971A&AS....4..231C 67 T                   1 50 8 Etoiles a grande vitesse dans l'aile du
Petit Nuage de Magellan.
CAROZZI N.
1971ApJ...168L...7P 3 3 60 X-Rays from the Magellanic Clouds. PRICE R.E., GROVES D.J., RODRIGUES R.M., et al.
1971ApJ...170L..67L 2 7 92 X-ray emission from the Magellanic Clouds observed by Uhuru. LEONG C., KELLOGG E., GURSKY H., et al.
1971MNRAS.152..429C 90 28 The radio luminosity function of bright galaxies. CAMERON M.J.
1971AuJPh..24..609M 16 15 Emission nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds at 408 MHz. MILLS B.Y. and ALLER L.H.
1971Obs....91..118L 67 T                   1 6 12 Supergiant red variable stars of large amplitude in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
LLOYD EVANS T.
1972ApJ...178L..71S 70 T                   1 5 115 Discovery of the binary nature of
SMC X-1 from UHURU.
SCHREIER E., GIACCONI R., GURSKY H., et al.
1972MNRAS.159..113F 67 T                   1 11 40 The cluster NGC 330 in the
SMC (paper II): H alpha emission in main sequence stars.
FEAST M.W.
1972MNRAS.159..155P 67 T                   1 6 35 The analysis of the
Small Magellanic Cloud supergiant HD 7583.
PRZYBYLSKI A.
1972ATsir.671....1E 20 0 The composite period-age relation for Cepheids of the Magellanic Clouds, M 31 and Galaxy. EFREMOV Y.N.
1972AuJPh..25..599B 1 3 27 The radio continuum of the Large Magellanic Cloud. II. Continuum observations at 11 cm wavelength. BROTEN N.W.
1972DunOP...1..133B 1 3 35 Photometric standards in the Magellanic Clouds. BUTLER C.J.
1972IAUC.2469R...1L 68 T                   1 2 19 Identification of
SMC X-1.
LILLER W.
1972MmRAS..75...85H 93 172 Inclination and absorption effects on the apparent diameters, optical luminosities and neutral hydrogen radiation of galaxies -I. Optical and 21 cm line data. HEIDMANN J., HEIDMANN N. and DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1972PZ.....18..477Y 37 1 The structure of the instability strip for peripherycal Large Magellanic Cloud's Cepheids. YAKIMOVA N.N.
1972POStr...2....1F 698 21 Etude du Petit Nuage de Magellan par la technique du prisme-objectif de Fehrenbach. FLORSCH A.
1972QJRAS..13..274G 5 20 The Magellanic Clouds and the distance scale. GASCOIGNE S.C.B.
1972VA.....14..163D 1 63 378 Structure and dynamics of barred spiral galaxies, in particular of the Magellanic type. DE VAUCOULEURS G. and FREEMAN K.C.
1973A&A....28..335W 70 T                   1 3 46 Fine analysis of the A0Ia-0 supergiant HD 7583 in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
WOLF B.
1973ApJ...181..327O 68 T                   1 70 61 The brightest stars in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
OSMER P.S.
1973ApJ...181..753M 1 4 41 The number-intensity distribution of X-ray sources observed by UHURU. MATILSKY T., GURSKY H., KELLOGG E., et al.
1973ApJ...184L.127O 68 T                   1 8 35 The spectra of two weak-lined B-type supergiants in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
OSMER P.S.
1973ApJ...184..201C 2 3 50 Nonpulsating stars and the populations I and II instability strips. COX A.N., KING D.S. and TABOR J.E.
1973MNRAS.161p...5M 68 T                   1 12 ~ Dust in the core of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
MARTIN W.L. and THACKERAY A.D.
1974A&AS...15..261R 125 145 Color-magnitude diagrams for eleven young clusters in the Magellanic Clouds. ROBERTSON J.W.
1974AJ.....79..858H 68 T                   1 86 32 Catalog of 86 new star clusters in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
HODGE P.W. and WRIGHT F.W.
1974AJ.....79.1369W 68 T                   1 16 0 New variable stars in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
WRIGHT F.W. and HODGE P.W.
1974ApJ...188L...5O 71 T                   1 2 31 Optical spectra and the mass of
SMC X-1.
OSMER P.S. and HILTNER W.A.
1974ApJ...190..291M 22 3 330 The Magellanic stream. MATHEWSON D.S., CLEARY M.N. and MURRAY J.D.
1974ApJ...190..525S 3 12 228 Steps toward the Hubble constant. I. Calibrations of the linear sizes of extragalactic H II regions. SANDAGE A. and TAMMANN G.A.
1974PASP...86..263H 68 T                   1 46 47 Dark nebulae in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
HODGE P.W.
1974DunOP...1..193B 310 4 Identification of variable stars in the Magellanic Clouds. BUTLER C.J. and WAYMAN P.A.
1974IAUC.2718Q...1T 68 T                   1 2 2
SMC X-1.
TUOHY I.R. and RAPLEY C.G.
1974PASAu...2..286P 68 T                   1 4 2 The spectrum of
SMC X-1.
PETERSON B.A. and VIDAL N.V.
1975A&A....38..363B 11 50 Cloud structure in the galactic plane: a cosmic bubble bath ? BRAND P.W.J. and ZEALEY W.J.
1975A&A....39..461S 69 T                   1 2 11 Probable member stars in the western extremity of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
SANDULEAK N.
1975A&A....40..227D 68 T                   1 17 14 Radial velocities of supergiants in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
DUBOIS P.
1975A&AS...21..279A 25 22 Atlas of star clusters with colour magnitude diagrams in the Magellanic Clouds. ALCAINO G.
1975A&AS...22..285A viz 69 T                   1 13 126 List of 506 stars probable
Small Magellanic Cloud members.
AZZOPARDI M., VIGNEAU J. and MACQUET M.
1975AJ.....80....9H 68 T                   1 31 8 Finding list of bright galaxies behind the
SMC.
HODGE P.W. and SNOW T.P.
1975AJ.....80..510H 68 T                   1 49 1 Variable stars in clusters of the
SMC.
HODGE P.W. and WRIGHT F.W.
1975ApJ...199..591S 3 21 362 Spectrophotometric observations of ionized hydrogen regions in nearby spiral and irregular galaxies. SMITH H.E.
1975MNRAS.170p..23C 5 ~ A possible new segment of the Magellanic Stream in the northern sky. COHEN R.J. and DAVIES R.D.
1975PASP...87..641G 71 T                   1 6 94 The RR Lyrae stars in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
GRAHAM J.A.
1975IBVS.1037....1V 68 T                   1 1 2 A revised period for one of the Wesselink-Shuttleworth
SMC variables.
VAN GENDEREN A.M.
1975IrAJ...12...77H 16 6 Clusters of the Magellanic Clouds. HODGE P.W.
1975IAUS...69..331R 25 38 The rotation curves of galaxies. ROBERTS M.S.
1976A&A....50..463M 68 T                   4 6 The Fe II and [Fe II] emission line star R 50 in the Small Magtellanic Cloud. MAURICE E.
1976ApJ...203..581P 74 T                   1 7 223 Chemical composition of H II regions in the
Small Magellanic Cloud and the pregalactic helium abundance.
PEIMBERT M. and TORRES-PEIMBERT S.
1976ApJ...204..315S 7 24 A measurement of fluctuations in the X-ray background by UHURU. SCHWARTZ D.A., MURRAY S.S. and GURSKY H.
1976ApJ...205...74A 1 5 49 On the number of planetary nebulae in our galaxy. ALLOIN D., CRUZ-GONZALEZ C. and PEIMBERT M.
1976ApJ...206L..25L 72 T                   3 62 Discovery of X-ray pulsations in
SMC X-1.
LUCKE R., YENTIS D., FRIEDMAN H., et al.
1976ApJ...206..474S 41 139 A composite Hertzsprung-Russell diagram for the peculiar red giants. SCALO J.
1976ApJ...209..402H 1 8 41 Effects of heavy-element abundances on the color-magnitude diagrams of young clusters in the galaxy and the Magellanic clouds. HARRIS G.L.H. and DEUPREE R.G.
1976MNRAS.174p...9F 68 T                   13 ~ Si II equivalent widths in
SMC A-type supergiants.
FEAST M.W.
1976MNRAS.174..393C 2 1 12 The population of supernova remnants in the Magellanic Clouds. CLARKE J.N.
1976MNRAS.174..695L 3 12 199 Dwarf galaxies and globular clusters in high velocity hydrogen streams. LYNDEN-BELL D.
1976AuJPh..29..329M 68 T                   1 28 38 Radio continuum of the
Small Magellanic Cloud at wavelenghts 6 and 3.4 cm.
McGEE R.X., NEWTON L.M. and BUTLER P.W.
1976MmRAS..81...89D viz 68 T                   604 499 The nebular complexes of the Large and
Small Magellanic Clouds.
DAVIES R.D., ELLIOTT K.H. and MEABURN J.
1976ORROE...1....1B 68 T                   1 1 ~ Star clusters in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
BRUCK M.T.
1977A&A....54..307V 68 T                   2 3 Five-colour photometry of the X-ray binary
SMC X-1.
VAN GENDEREN A.M.
1977A&A....56..151A 69 T                   1 10 57 The
Small Magellanic Cloud. I - A study of the structure revealed by the supergiants.
AZZOPARDI M. and VIGNEAU J.
1977A&A....57....9B 22 64 A radio continuum survey of M 31 at 2695 MHz. II. Comparison of radio and optical data. BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1977A&A....61L..19V 71 T                   2 33 Evidence for an accretion disk in
SMC X-1.
VAN PARADIJS J. and ZUIDERWIJK E.
1977A&A....61..199F 70 T                   1 3 39 The Large and
Small Magellanic Clouds in a binary state, the bending of the galactic disk and the Magellanic Stream.
FUJIMOTO M. and SOFUE Y.
1977A&A....61..523G 1 9 66 An interferometer study of the neutral hydrogen associated with the optical core of the irregular galaxy NGC 6822. GOTTESMAN S.T. and WELIACHEW L.
1977A&AS...30..245W 1 2 15 Five-channel photometric observations of stars in the Magellanic Clouds and in the Milky Way. WALRAVEN T. and WALRAVEN J.H.
1977ApJ...212L..13H 68 T                   4 18 A measurement of the spin-up rate of the
SMC X-1 X-ray pulsar.
HENRY P. and SCHREIER E.
1977ApJ...212L..17A 68 T                   4 10 Observational constraints on the mass of
SMC X-1.
AVNI Y. and MILGROM M.
1977ApJ...214..179D 3 6 105 Optical emission from shock waves. III. Abundances in supernova remnants. DOPITA M.A., MATHEWSON D.S. and FORD V.L.
1977ApJ...217L...5M 1 9 89 The Magellanic Stream: the turbulent wake of the Magellanic Clouds in the Halo of the Galaxy. MATHEWSON D.S., SCHWARZ M.P. and MURRAY J.D.
1977ApJ...217..543P 69 T                   5 46 Pulse profile and refined orbital elements for
SMC X-1.
PRIMINI F., RAPPAPORT S. and JOSS P.C.
1977ApJ...217..903Y 2 27 359 The Local Group: the solar motion relative to its centroid. YAHIL A., TAMMANN G.A. and SANDAGE A.
1977ApJ...218..633B 10 5 273 On the frequency-period distributions of Cepheid variables in galaxies in the local group. BECKER S.A., IBEN I. and TUGGLE R.S.
1977MNRAS.179p..15D 68 T                   2 ~ Spin up in
SMC X-1.
DAVISON P.J.N.
1977PASP...89..425G 2 5 63 The RR Lyrae stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud. GRAHAM J.A.
1977ApL....19...53Y 68 T                   4 4 A new measurement of the spin-up rate of
SMC X-1.
YENTIS D., SHULMAN S., McKEE J.D., et al.
1977IAUC.3125....1L 68 T                   3 14
SMC X-2 and
SMC X-3.
LI F., JERNIGAN G. and CLARK G.
1977IAUC.3143S...1A 68 T                   3 0
SMC X-2 and
SMC X-3.
ALLEN D.
1977MmRAS..83...95M 10 11 Photoelectric (B, V) magnitude sequences in the Magellanic Clouds. MARTIN W.L.
1978A&AS...33..193I 68 T                   104 25 Lichtelektrische Photometrie in der
Kleinen Magellanschen Wolke.
ISSERSTEDT J.
1978ApJ...223L..79C 68 T                   6 19 The optical counterparts of
SMC X-2 and
SMC X-3.
CRAMPTON D., HUTCHINGS J.B. and COWLEY A.P.
1978ApJ...224..873P 14 43 The N II/Halpha ratio in NGC 6888. PARKER R.A.R.
1978PASP...90..621S 132 123 The planetary nebula systems of the Magellanic Clouds. SANDULEAK N., MacCONNELL D.J. and PHILIP A.G.D.
1979A&A....75..112S 68 T                   6 3 UBV photometry of
SMC X-2.
SCHLOSSER W. and VAN PARADIJS J.
1979A&A....75..120A 70 T                   1 11 113 A search for new Wolf-Rayet stars in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
AZZOPARDI M. and BREYSACHER J.
1979A&A....78..200A 1 44 299 Nitrogen and oxygen abundances in galaxies. ALLOIN D., COLLIN-SOUFFRIN S., JOLY M., et al.
1979A&A....80..155L 20 9 917 Chemical composition and evolution of irregular and blue compact galaxies. LEQUEUX J., PEIMBERT M., RAYO J.F., et al.
1979AJ.....84..204C 219 23 UBV photometry of the anticenter cluster Berkeley 21. CHRISTIAN C.A. and JANES K.A.
1979ApJ...227...54C 68 T                   1 7 12 Deep X-ray survey of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
CLARK G., LI F. and VAN PARADIJS J.
1979ApJ...228L..19B 68 T                   3 14 Detection of soft X-ray emission from
SMC X-1.
BUNNER A.N. and SANDERS W.T.
1979ApJ...228..718K 19 87 On the origin and dynamics of the Magellanic stream. KUNKEL W.E.
1979ApJ...230...95V 69 T                   1 3 28 Star clusters in IC 1613 and in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
VAN DEN BERGH S.
1979ApJ...231..384H 68 T                   1 27 56 M supergiants and the low metal abundances in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
HUMPHREYS R.M.
1979ApJ...232..421M 31 82 Carbon stars in the globular clusters of the Magellanic Clouds. MOULD J. and AARONSON M.
1979ApJ...234..854H 22 52 Studies of luminous stars in nearby galaxies. IV. Baade's field IV in M 31. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1979MNRAS.186p..43M 68 T                   7 ~ Optical identification of
SMC X-2.
MURDIN P., MORTON D.C. and THOMAS R.M.
1979Msngr..19....7W 1 3 23 Red stars in nearby galaxies. WESTERLUND B.E.
1980A&A....90L..17M 10 2 104 The numbers of red supergiants and WR stars in galaxies : an extremely sensitive indicator of chemical composition. MAEDER A., LEQUEUX J. and AZZOPARDI M.
1980A&AS...40..151K 69 T                   1 27 23 Preliminary colour-magnitude diagrams of 20 star clusters and their adjoining fields in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
KONTIZAS M.
1980AJ.....85.1325E 47 20 The location of star-forming regions in barred Magellanic-type galaxies. ELMEGREEN D.M. and ELMEGREEN B.G.
1980ApJ...240..464M 49 102 The extended giant branches of intermediate age globular clusters in the Magellanic Clouds. MOULD J. and AARONSON M.
1980ApJ...242....1T 20 45 The luminosity function of Coma cluster galaxies. THOMPSON L.A. and GREGORY S.A.
1980ApJ...242..517G 11 4 235 Theory of dwarf galaxies. GEROLA H., SEIDEN P.E. and SCHULMAN L.S.
1980MNRAS.191..285F 69 T                   1 26 21 The cluster NGC 330 in the
SMC: radial velocities of individual stars.
FEAST M.W. and BLACK C.
1980MNRAS.193...97L 14 33 Spectral classification of carbon stars in Magellanic Cloud clusters. LLOYD EVANS T.
1980PASAu...4....9D 19 0 International Ultraviolet Explorer and the interstellar medium. DOPITA M.A.
1980PASJ...32..581M 18 3 284 The Magellanic stream and the galaxy with a massive halo. MURAI T. and FUJIMOTO M.
1980IAUS...85....1V 6 8 Star clusters as touchstones for theories of galactic evolution - A few examples. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1980IAUS...85..195H 17 10 Open clusters and stellar evolution. HARRIS G.L.H.
1980IAUS...85..259T 10 42 Binary stars: in globular and open clusters. TRIMBLE V.L.
1981A&A....97..134B 70 T                   6 33 Long term X-ray observations of
SMC X-1 including a turn-on.
BONNET-BIDAUD J.M. and VAN DER KLIS M.
1981A&A...102..401M 26 2 265 Grids of evolutionary models for the upper part of the HR diagram. Mass loss and the turning of some red supergiants into WR stars. MAEDER A.
1981A&A...103..135F 70 T                   1 3 18 Detailed analysis of a G supergiant in the
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1981A&AS...46...79V 4 11 224 UBV observations of globular clusters in the Magellanic Clouds. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1981AJ.....86..185J 16 57 Distances to nearby galaxies derived from planetary nebulae. JACOBY G.H. and LESSER M.P.
1981AJ.....86.1464V 15 70 Frequency distribution of H II region diameters. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1981ApJ...243..744R 75 94 Observations of a complete sample of C stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud. RICHER H.B.
1981ApJ...246..231D 69 T                   4 14 Observations of
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1981ApJ...246..278I 18 2 187 The carbon star mystery: why do the low mass ones become such, and where have all the high mass ones gone? IBEN I.Jr
1981ApJ...248L.105D 70 T                   1 10 64 An oxygen-rich young supernova remnant in the
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1981MNRAS.194..613A 70 T                   1 6 37 A spectroscopic study of seven planetary nebulae in the
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1981MNRAS.197..247C 70 T                   2 14 The X-ray spectrum of
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1981MNRAS.197..385C 69 T                   50 19 The luminosities of red supergiant variables in the Small Malgellanic Cloud. CATCHPOLE R.M. and FEAST M.W.
1981PASP...93...50H 24 19 Stellar winds in Cygnus OB2 (VI Cygni) HUTCHINGS J.B.
1981PASAu...4..189M 74 T                   1 2 56 HI in the
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1981RMxAA...6...55L 70 T                   1 1 9 Neutral hydrogen in the
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1981SAAOC...6...31M 16 10 Photographic (B, V) photometry of Magellanic Cloud cepheids. I. Observational data. MARTIN W.L., THOMAS Y., CARTER B.S., et al.
1981PASA....4..189M 69 T                   1 1 ~ HI in the
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1982A&A...108..148M 69 T                   1 27 72 Comparisons of the HR diagrams of the youngest clusters n the Galaxy, the LMC and
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1982A&A...109..331H 40 28 Extended H I-envelopes around spiral galaxies: NGC 2655 and NGC 2715. HUCHTMEIER W.K. and RICHTER O.G.
1982A&AS...48...71B 72 T                   1 1 18 A 21 cm hydrogen line survey of the
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1982A&AS...48..375D 69 T                   62 2 Equivalent width measurements in galactic supergiant and in
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1982A&AS...50..119V 69 T                   1 35 13 Two photoelectric UBVRI sequences in the bar of the
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1982A&AS...50..291A 69 T                   523 98 Catalogue of the
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1982AJ.....87.1341H 226 21 Optical surveys of H II regions in galaxies. HODGE P.W.
1982ApJ...252..133F 63 78 The late-type stellar content of the Fornax and Sculptor dwarf galaxies. FROGEL J.A., BLANCO V.M., McCARTHY M.F., et al.
1982ApJ...252..461D 4 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 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 61 40 The late-type stellar content of Magellanic Cloud clusters. FROGEL J.A. and COHEN J.G.
1982ApJ...254...38H 1 6 51 Photometry of resolved galaxies. I. The Pegasus dwarf irregular. HOESSEL J.G. and MOULD J.R.
1982ApJ...255...70H 69 T                   1 30 98 International ultraviolet explorer spectroscopy of hot stars in the LMC and
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1982ApJ...256L..49B 69 T                   1 22 28 Comparison of winds in the
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1982ApJ...257..592B 1 7 41 Metal abundances and ages for some Magellanic Cloud variable stars. BUTLER D., DEMARQUE P. and SMITH H.A.
1982ApJ...261...70D 18 24 Globular clusters in the Sculptor group galaxy NGC 55. DA COSTA G.S. and GRAHAM J.A.
1982ApJ...262..100I 69 T                   10 34 Observations of C-12O/J=2-1/ emission in the Large and
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1982ApJ...263..629M 48 122 The extended giant branches of intermediate age globular clusters in the Magellanic Clouds. III. MOULD J. and AARONSON M.
1982ApJS...49..447B 25 1 125 The evolution of massive stars. II. The influence of initial composition and mass loss. BRUNISH W.M. and TRURAN J.W.
1982MNRAS.198..707L 10 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.
1982MNRAS.200..521G 69 T                   1 12 23 Star formation in the Magellanic Clouds -II. Discovery of a protostar in the
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1982MNRAS.200.1007M 69 T                   1 19 38 Supernova remnant candidates in the
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1982MNRAS.201p...1N 69 T                   1 4 ~ Interstellar extinction in the
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1982PASP...94...31C 69 T                   1 20 35 OB stars in the
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1982Obs...102..202L 3 8 131 The Fornax-Leo-Sculptor system. LYNDEN-BELL D.
1982IUE82......416P 69 T                   1 8 0 Recent results on extinction in the
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1982IUE3r......383P 69 T                   1 7 ~ Ultraviolet interstellar extinction in the
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1982PASA....4..308M 69 T                   1 1 ~ HI in the
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1983A&A...118..234D 26 71 A rediscussion of sulfur abundances in Magellanic Clouds and galactic HII regions. DENNEFELD M. and STASINSKA G.
1983A&A...123..121M 45 126 Stochastic star formation and chemical evolution of dwarf irregular galaxies. MATTEUCCI F. and CHIOSI C.
1983A&A...124..216B 6 1 30 An investigation of faint stars in a region of the Magellanic Clouds. BRUCK M.T. and HAWKINS M.R.S.
1983A&A...124..223V 30 24 The intrinsic properties of 29 Cepheids in the Magellanic Clouds. VAN GENDEREN A.M.
1983A&A...125..308T 4 6 Estimated energy and momentum input to the interstellar medium for several external galaxies. TARRAB I.
1983A&A...127..238S 4 1 24 The relation between the luminosity of the brightest blue star and the luminosity of its parent galaxy. SCHILD H. and MAEDER A.
1983A&AS...52..143K 70 T                   1 2 15 Observed radii and structural parameters of clusters in the
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1983A&AS...53..255P 69 T                   1 222 29 A catalogue of late-type supergiant stars in the
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1983A&AS...53..373B viz 30 13 Galaxies rotation curves : a catalogue. BAIESI-PILLASTRINI G.C., PALUMBO G.G.C. and VETTOLANI G.
1983AJ.....88...62M 2 2 24 New observations of a region of the Magellanic stream. MORRAS R.
1983AJ.....88..602S 7 6 Surface photometry of NGC 4656/4657. STAYTON L.C., ANGIONE R.J. and TALBERT F.D.
1983AJ.....88.1323H 16 45 Size distributions of HII regions in galaxies. I. Irregular galaxies. HODGE P.W.
1983AJ.....88.1442B 24 82 The distribution of carbon and M-type giants in the Magellanic Clouds. BLANCO V.M. and McCARTHY M.F.
1983AJ.....88.1569S 12 45 The brightest stars in nearby galaxies. II. SANDAGE A.
1983ApJ...264..114R 20 51 Carbon stars in Local Group galaxies. RICHER H.B. and WESTERLUND B.E.
1983ApJ...266..814M 71 T                   2 26 A two-component X-ray spectrum from
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1983ApJ...267..271A 1 13 80 Carbon stars and the seven dwarfs. AARONSON M., OLSZEWSKI E.W. and HODGE P.W.
1983ApJ...268L...1W 7 28 Why high-latitude clouds in our galaxy and the highly redshifted clouds observed in front of QSOs do not belong to the same parent population. WOLFE A.M.
1983ApJ...268..145P 7 2 The effects of mass and metallicity upon planetary nebula formation. PAPP K.A., PURTON C.R. and KWOK S.
1983ApJ...270...51L 1 7 50 Stellar and gaseous dynamics of triaxial galaxies. LAKE G. and NORMAN C.
1983ApJ...271...65H 1 6 33 Photometry of resolved galaxies. III. GR 8. HOESSEL J.G. and DANIELSON G.E.
1983ApJ...272..190N 4 16 The massive WC6+O6-8 spectroscopic binary HD 94305. NIEMELA V.S., MENDEZ R.H. and MOFFAT A.F.J.
1983ApJ...273..544M 27 51 Wolf-Rayet stars in the Local Group galaxies M 31 and NGC 6822. MOFFAT A.F.J. and SHARA M.M.
1983ApJ...274...20S 44 62 A new calibration of the extragalactic distance scale using Cepheids and RR Lyrae stars. STOTHERS R.B.
1983ApJ...274..577H 20 38 Photometry of resolved galaxies. II. Sextans A. HOESSEL J.G., SCHOMMER R.A. and DANIELSON G.E.
1983ApJ...275...92C 28 27 Spectrophotometry of M 33 clusters. CHRISTIAN C.A. and SCHOMMER R.A.
1983MNRAS.204p..29B 69 T                   1 1 ~ The conspicuous absence of normal graphite grains in the
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1983ARA&A..21..177S 24 47 Dust in galaxies. STEIN W.A. and SOIFER B.T.
1983IrAJ...16...91W 14 0 Clusters of galaxies. WEEKES T.C.
1983JApA....4..205A 79 3 The dependence of brightness distribution on the inclination of galaxies. ARREGUINE V.M. and SERSIC J.L.
1983MmSAI..54...65M 3 4 Cool stars in the Magellanic Clouds and in the direction of the Galactic Center. McCARTHY M.F. and BLANCO V.M.
1983MmSAI..54..161R 1 1 Past star formation in the disks of galaxies. ROCCA-VOLMERANGE B.
1983Msngr..31...24F 69 T                   1 2 2 Chemical composition in the
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1983Msngr..33...21B 7 9 Search for Wolf-Rayet, carbon and M stars in external galaxies with the GRISM/GRENS technique. BREYSACHER J. and LEQUEUX J.
1983MitAG..60..435N 2 0 Alter-Metallhaufigkeit Relationen fur Kugelsternhaufen der Magellan'schen Wolken. NELLES B.
1983RMxAA...8..117S 1 7 46 Chemical evolution of galaxies. III.. The N/O versus O/H relationship. SERRANO A. and PEIMBERT M.
1983IAUS..103..443F 18 19 Planetary nebulae in local goup galaxies. FORD H.C.
1984A&A...130..279B 4 4 74 The HR diagram of massive stars : widening of the main sequence band and WR formation. BERTELLI G., BRESSAN A.G. and CHIOSI C.
1984A&A...131...58K 69 T                   1 7 25 Dynamical parameters of 43 old and young clusters in the
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1984A&A...132..389P 73 T                   2 20 388 The typical interstellar extinction in the
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1984A&A...140..445S 1 1 4 Nouvelle evidence pour la perte de masse dans les Cepheides classiques. STIFT M.J.
1984A&AS...55...55F 228 8 A catalogue of HI diameters for 238 galaxies. FOUQUE P.
1984AJ.....89..630S 75 55 The brightest stars in nearby galaxies. IV. The color-magnitude diagram for the brightest red and blue stars in NGC 2403. SANDAGE A.
1984AJ.....89..919S 167 253 Studies of the Virgo cluster. III. A classification system and an illustrated Atlas of Virgo cluster dwarf galaxies. SANDAGE A. and BINGGELI B.
1984AJ.....89.1705W 69 T                   1 8 9 Spectra of seven long-period Cepheids in the
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1984AJ.....89.1779C 69 T                   34 12 Interstellar Ca II lines in
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1984ApJ...279..567H 70 T                   1 4 25 The population structure of the wing of the
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HARDY E. and DURAND D.
1984ApJ...281...56S 2 3 34 The angular momentum content of galaxies. SHAYA E.J. and TULLY R.B.
1984ApJ...281...67T 102 19 Mass loss in A and B supergiants and the extragalactic distance scale. TULLY R.B. and WOLFF S.C.
1984ApJ...281..493Y 12 14 715 Primordial nucleosynthesis: a critical comparison of theory and observation. YANG J., TURNER M.S., STEIGMAN G., et al.
1984ApJ...282..436F 69 T                   1 5 19 Ultraviolet interstellar absorption toward stars in the
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1984ApJ...283..552D 71 T                   1 3 24 The clusters NGC 419 and NGC 416 in the wing of the
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1984ApJ...284..565H 63 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..453L 1 16 66 Face-on galaxies. LEWIS B.M.
1984ApJ...286..159H 11 18 Photometry of resolved galaxies. IV. Holmberg I and Holmberg II. HOESSEL J.G. and DANIELSON G.E.
1984MNRAS.206..109F 24 4 Gas in globular clusters - IV. Accretion of gas by stars in globular clusters. FAULKNER D.J.
1984MNRAS.208..447L 58 29 M and S stars in LMC globular clusters. LLOYD EVANS T.
1984MNRAS.209..241M 69 T                   1 9 9 Compact emission-line nebulae in the
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1984MNRAS.211..895N 71 T                   1 1 9 Infrared extinction in the
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1984PASP...96..247B 15 2 127 A note on bolometric corrections for late-type stars and long-period variables BESSELL M.S. and WOOD P.R.
1984PASP...96..329V 1 8 49 Globular clusters and galaxy halos. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1984PASP...96..779G 1 2 9 Massive stars in the galaxy and the Magellanic Clouds: clues to stellar evolution. GARMANY C.D.
1984PASP...96S.795S 2 0 Comparative stellar field studies in the Magellanic clouds. STYKER L.L.
1984PASP...96..811H 70 T                   1 2 13 R 31 : a massive O + W-R star binary in the
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1984PASP...96..856F 3 2 24 The stellar population of the Magellanic clouds: a selective review. FROGEL J.A.
1984PASP...96..913H 11 26 Endpoints of stellar evolution: X-ray surveys of the Local Group. HELFAND D.J.
1984ARA&A..22...37G 2 23 191 Structure and evolution of irregular galaxies. GALLAGHER J.S. and HUNTER D.A.
1984Ap&SS.107..209V 6 11 Interaction of the Large Magellanic Cloud with the halo population and the companions of the galaxy. VALTONEN M.J., INNANEN K.A. and TAHTINEN L.
1984AuJPh..37..321M 1 28 133 A new look at radio supernova remnants. MILLS B.Y., TURTLE A.J., LITTLE A.G., et al.
1984BAAS...16Q.494M 2 0 Red giant stars in two of Baade's windows. McCARTHY M.F.
1984BAAS...16..508G 70 T                   1 1 5 Wolf-Rayet stars in the
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1984BAAS...16..948A 69 T                   1 1 0 A catalog and atlas for the
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1984BAAS...16Q.948C 2 0 O-type stars in the Magellanic clouds. CONTI P.S., GARMANY C.D. and MASSEY P.
1984BAAS...16R.948C 69 T                   1 1 0 Ellipticities of star clusters in the
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1984IrAJ...16..188W 3 1 The period-luminosity relation in the Magellanic clouds. WAYMAN P.A.
1984JApA....5...99G 2 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.
1984Msngr..38...31A 3 3 Catching carbon stars in the Baade's windows. AZZOPARDI M., LEQUEUX J. and REBEIROT E.
1984Obs...104..193F 69 T                   1 14 9 Infrared photometry of normal and peculiar A-type supergiants and thelaw of reddening in the
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1984PASJ...36..313N 9 2 Neutral hydrogen in M 31 V. The formation rate of HII regions and a correction factor for the star formation rate. NAKAI N. and SOFUE Y.
1984Sci...224...14N 10 39 Early results from the Infrared Astronomical Satellite. NEUGEBAUER G., BEICHMAN C.A., SOIFER B.T., et al.
1984Sci...224..345P 9 6 Interstellar matter and chemical evolution. PEIMBERT M., SERRANO A. and TORRES-PEIMBERT S.
1984SAAOC...8....1C 69 T                   52 32 BVRI photoelectric photometry of Cepheids in the
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1984IAUS..105...83B 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..125M 37 1 151 HI surveys of the Magellanic system. MATHEWSON D.S. and FORD V.L.
1984IAUS..108..145H 59 10 The brightest stars in the Magellanic Clouds and other late-type galaxies. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1984IAUS..108..283M 3 3 40 A radio continuum survey of the Magellanic Clouds. MILLS B.Y. and TURTLE A.J.
1984IAUS..108..353D 25 3 307 The composition of H II regions in the Magellanic Clouds. DUFOUR R.J.
1984IUE84........3S 25 ~ IUE absorption line studies of highly ionized interstellar gas. SAVAGE B.D.
1984IUE84.......17G 14 ~ Hot stars : six years of progress. GARMANY C.D.
1984IUE84.......32H 31 ~ Magellanic Cloud objects. HUTCHINGS J.B.
1984IUE84......107D 12 ~ Comments on the origins and variations of carbon and nitrogen in the ISM of galaxies as evident from IUE spectroscopy of H II regions. DUFOUR R.J.
1984IUE84......119F 69 T                   1 8 ~ Highly ionized gas associated with the
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1984IUE84......123W 15 ~ Galactic absorption lines measured from the IUE low dispersion spectra of active galaxies. WU C.C., BLADES C.J., BOGGESS A., et al.
1984IUE84......239S 69 T                   1 3 ~ The spectroscopic antics of S 18/
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1985A&A...144..388A 34 58 New carbon stars in spheroidal galaxies. I. Sculptor, Carina, Leo I and Leo II systems. AZZOPARDI M., LEQUEUX J. and WESTERLUND B.E.
1985A&A...145..170T 70 T                   1 10 31 Discovery of a very bright compact object N88A in the
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1985A&A...146..293K 70 T                   1 26 10 Ellipticities of "disk" and "halo" globular clusters in the
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1985A&A...148..379P 2 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&A...149..330B 72 T                   1 29 266 The visible and infrared extinction law and the gas-to-dust ratio in the
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1985A&A...152..343I 2 0 Das Problem der Ausreissersterne und die Verteilungsfunktion der Pekuliargeschwindigkeiten in der grossen Magellanschen Wolke. ISSERSTEDT J. and HART R.
1985AJ.....90.1163A 3 8 114 Spectra of the two brightest objects in the amorphous galaxy NGC 1569: superluminous young star clusters - or stars in a nearby peculiar galaxy ? ARP H. and SANDAGE A.
1985AJ.....90.1196C 71 T                   1 11 61 The young
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1985AJ.....90.1464S 73 77 The brightest stars in nearby galaxies. VI. Cepheids and the brightest stars in WLM. SANDAGE A. and CARLSON G.
1985ApJ...288..182V 51 39 Distances to Magellanic Clouds from observations of Cepheids at 1.05 microns. VISVANATHAN N.
1985ApJ...288..465C 2 2 19 Self-regulating galaxy formation. I. H II disk and Lyman-alpha pressure. COX D.P.
1985ApJ...288..551A 35 77 The extended giant branches of intermediate age globular clusters in the Magellanic Clouds. IV. AARONSON M. and MOULD J.
1985ApJ...289..141E 57 37 M supergiants in local group irregular galaxies : metallicities and distances. ELIAS J.H. and FROGEL J.A.
1985ApJ...290..191A 2 12 113 Infrared photometry and the comparative stellar content of dwarf spheroidals in the galactic halo. AARONSON M. and MOULD J.
1985ApJ...290..477W 40 62 A sample of long-period variables in the bar of the Large Magellanic Cloud and evidence for a recent burst of star formation. WOOD P.R., BESSELL M.S. and PALTOGLOU G.
1985ApJ...291..156K 71 T                   1 3 20 Detection of molecular hydrogen in the
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1985ApJ...291..685A 61 98 Wolf-Rayet stars in NGC 6822 and IC 1613. ARMANDROFF T.E. and MASSEY P.
1985ApJ...292..122F 70 T                   2 8 17 Ultraviolet interstellar absorption toward stars in the
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1985ApJ...292..130B 23 16 Ultraviolet studies of stars in the populous cluster NGC 2100 in the Large Magellanic Cloud. BOHM-VITENSE E., HODGE P. and PROFFITT C.
1985ApJ...292..155M 2 5 56 Spectrophotometry and chemical composition of the 30 Doradus nebula. MATHIS J.S., CHU Y.-H. and PETERSON D.E.
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
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1985ApJ...295L...5D 4 5 82 A law of star formation in disk galaxies : evidence for sel-regulating feedback. DOPITA M.A.
1985ApJ...295...73K 3 35 473 Families of ellipsoidal stellar systems and the formation of dwarf elliptical galaxies. KORMENDY J.
1985ApJ...296..390D 70 T                   1 51 102 The kinematics and internal dynamics of planetary nebulae in the
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1985ApJ...297..564M 10 18 Observations of four nearby galaxies with the Einstein Observatory MARKERT T.H. and DONAHUE M.E.
1985ApJ...297..593D 1 8 35 Extremely energetic planetary nebulae in the Large Magellanic Cloud. DOPITA M.A., FORD H.C. and WEBSTER B.L.
1985ApJ...298..340M 1 3 15 The Feinheit method: a phase-independent formulation of the period-luminosity relation for Cepheids. MADORE B.F.
1985ApJ...299...74F 2 11 110 The upper end of the stellar luminosity function for a sample of nearby resolved late-type galaxies. FREEDMAN W.L.
1985ApJ...299..728C 10 6 The RR Lyrae stars in the direction of the Large Magellanic Cloud. CONNOLLY L.P.
1985ApJS...57...91E 296 185 M supergiants in the Milky Way and the Magellanic Clouds: colors, spectral types, and luminosities. ELIAS J.H., FROGEL J.A. and HUMPHREYS R.A.
1985ApJS...57..261V viz 281 49 Catalog of CO observations of galaxies. VERTER F.
1985ApJS...58..125E 21 2 168 Theoretical models for H II regions. I. Diagnostic diagrams. EVANS I.N. and DOPITA M.A.
1985ApJS...59...63R 90 258 Estimated number of field stars toward galactic globular clusters and local group galaxies. RATNATUNGA K.U. and BAHCALL J.N.
1985ApJS...59...77F 70 T                   2 22 56 Ultraviolet interstellar absorption toward stars in the
Small Magellanic Cloud. III. The structure and kinematics of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
FITZPATRICK E.L.
1985MNRAS.212..395D 118 11 Period change in Magellanic Cloud Cepheids. DEASY H.P. and WAYMAN P.A.
1985MNRAS.212..879C 75 125 BVI reddenings of Magellanic Cloud Cepheids. CALDWELL J.A.R. and COULSON I.M.
1985MNRAS.212..955L 28 ~ Bright red variables of large amplitude in the Magellanic Clouds. LLOYD EVANS T.
1985MNRAS.213..491M 70 T                   1 14 32 New planetary nebulae in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
MORGAN D.H. and GOOD A.R.
1985MNRAS.215p...5H 70 T                   1 8 ~ The interstellar 4430 A band in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
HOUZIAUX L., NANDY K. and MORGAN D.H.
1985MNRAS.216..165B 70 T                   1 5 4 The colour-magnitude diagram of the halo of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
BRUCK M.T., CANNON R.D. and HAWKINS M.R.S.
1985MNRAS.217..391M 38 120 Nitrogen and oxygen evolution in dwarf irregular galaxies. MATTEUCCI F. and TOSI M.
1985PASP...97....5M 7 4 120 Wolf-Rayet stars in nearby galaxies: tracers of the most massive stars. MASSEY P.
1985PASP...97...89B 2 4 43 Observational constraints on the ages and abundances of old stellar populations. BURSTEIN D.
1985PASP...97..530H 70 T                   1 73 56 The stellar associations of the
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HODGE P.
1985PASP...97..681W 9 12 Bright long-period variables in the direction of the Magellanic Clouds: foreground stars or supergiants ? WOOD P.R. and BESSELL M.S.
1985PASP...97.1065H 4 6 Stellar associations in the galaxy NGC 2403. HODGE P.
1985AcApS...5..165Y 70 T                   1 2 0 Energy estimation of supernovae in LMC and
SMC.
YIN Q.-F. and LUO S.-G.
1985Ap&SS.111..265C 11 5 An imaging optical/UV monitor for X-ray astronomy observatories. CORDOVA F.A., MASON K.O., PRIEDHORSKY W.C., et al.
1985BICDS..28...41W 23 0 Radio surveys of the sky. WIELEBINSKI R.
1985BAAS...17..548C 2 4 A complete CO survey of the Small and Large Magellanic Cloud. COHEN R.S., MONTANI J. and RUBIO M.
1985BAAS...17..827W 1 0 Shapley's calibration of the P-L curve. WELTHER B.L.
1985MmSAI..56..193F 1 1 5 Red variables in old stellar populations. FROGEL J.A.
1985MitAG..63...21D 5 5 The gaseous galactic halo. DE BOER K.S.
1985Natur.316..705M 72 T                   2 21 Evidence for Half emission associated with the H I bridge connecting the
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MARCELIN M., BOULESTEIX J. and GEORGELIN Y.
1985Natur.318..160I 4 2 34 A blue stellar population in the HI bridge between the two Magellanic Clouds. IRWIN M.J., KUNKEL W.E. and DEMERS S.
1985PASAu...6...54W 2 4 Angular diameters of Magellanic Clouds planetary nebulae obtained using speckle interferometry. WOOD P.R., BESSELL M.S. and DOPITA M.A.
1985PASAu...6..104M 8 20 The Magellanic system. MATHEWSON D.S.
1985PASAu...6..140V 5 2 A new estimate of the Hubble constant using the Virgo cluster distance. VISVANATHAN N.
1985PASAu...6..195M 3 2 26 A drag dominated model of the Magellanic stream. MEURER G.R., BICKNELL G.V. and GINGOLD R.A.
1985RMxAA..10...95L 1 1 4 El continuo en 1410 MHz de la nube menor de Magallanes. LOISEAU N. and BAJAJA E.
1985RMxAA..11...73S 4 11 On the carbon enrichment of the interstellar medium. SARMIENTO A. and PEIMBERT M.
1985SciAm.252d..84M 2 0 The clouds of Magellan. MATHEWSON D.
1985S&T....70..540G 1 1 Harlow Shapley and the cepheids. GINGERICH O. and WELTHER B.
1985SSRv...40..531L 11 3 Extragalactic supernova remnants. LONG K.S.
1985SSRv...40..693J 70 T                   1 11 10 EXOSAT and EINSTEIN high resolution images of the
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JONES L.R., PYE J.P., McHARDY I.M., et al.
1985S&W....24..194M 15 0 Der lokale Superhaufen und seine Umgebung. Zur Struktur des nahen Universums. MATERNE J.
1985IAUS..113...85K 70 T                   1 1 0 Observed dynamical parameters of star clusters in the
SMC.
KONTIZAS E. and KONTIZAS M.
1986A&A...154..249P 71 T                   1 2 13 Star formation in the wing of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
PIERRE M., VITON M., SIVAN J.P., et al.
1986A&A...155..145T 70 T                   1 4 12 The chemical composition of a GO Ib star in the
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THEVENIN F. and FOY R.
1986A&A...156..207A 30 33 A corrected velocity for the local standard of rest by fitting to the mean redshift of local group galaxies. ARP H.
1986A&A...156..261B 70 T                   1 100 56 Ages and metallicities of LMC and
SMC red clusters through H-beta and G band photometry.
BICA E., DOTTORI H. and PASTORIZA M.
1986A&A...159...22H 45 57 A new radio continuum survey of the Magellanic clouds at 1.4 GHz. I. Observations and data analysis. HAYNES R.F., KLEIN U., WIELEBINSKI R., et al.
1986A&A...159..305K 70 T                   1 16 4 Distribution of spectral types of stars in ths
SMC clusters.
KONTIZAS E., KONTIZAS M. and DAPERGOLAS A.
1986A&A...160..301B 8 17 Chemical equilibrium from diffuse to dense clouds. II. Interstellar clouds in the Magellanic clouds. BEL N., VIALA Y.P. and GUIDI I.
1986A&A...161...89S 20 3 250 Star formation rates, galaxy morphology and the Hubble sequence. SANDAGE A.
1986A&A...168..197S 72 T                   1 5 45 High resolution analysis of a star in the young
SMC globular cluster NGC 330.
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1986A&AS...63..323H 332 76 HI-observations of galaxies in the Kraan-Korteweg - Tammann catalogue of nearby galaxies. I. The data. HUCHTMEIER W.K. and RICHTER O.G.
1986A&AS...65...79W 70 T                   1 385 22 Carbon stars in the
Small Magellanic Cloud. I. The survey technique and results for two fields.
WESTERLUND B.E., AZZOPARDI M. and BREYSACHER J.
1986A&AS...65..207K 70 T                   1 24 12 Observed radii and structural parameters of star clusters in the
SMC. III.
KONTIZAS M., THEODOSSIOU E. and KONTIZAS E.
1986A&AS...65..283D 70 T                   1 17 13 Spectral classification of bright stars in
SMC clusters. I.
DAPERGOLAS A., KONTIZAS E. and KONTIZAS M.
1986A&AS...66...51K 70 T                   1 3 4 Spectral classification of bright stars in
SMC clusters. II.
KONTIZAS E., DAPERGOLAS A. and KONTIZAS M.
1986A&AS...66..255K viz 99 206 A catalog of 2810 nearby galaxies : the effect of the virgocentric flow model on their observed velocities. KRAAN-KORTEWEG R.C.
1986AJ.....91..275S 70 T                   1 16 54 The stellar population of the
Small Magellanic cloud near NGC 121. I. The mean metallicity, metallicity spread and radial velocity of SMC halo giants.
SUNTZEFF N.B., FRIEL E., KLEMOLA A., et al.
1986AJ.....91..496S 40 42 The brightest stars in nearby galaxies. VII. The Pegasus and Leo A Im V dwarfs. SANDAGE A.
1986AJ.....92...48C 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.
1986AJ.....92..328S 1 3 14 Anomalous Cepheids in the Sculptor dwarf galaxy. SMITH H.A. and STRYKER L.L.
1986ApJ...301..624J 1 3 22 Supernova nucleosynthesis in low-metallicity populations. JURA M.
1986ApJ...301..664M 70 T                   1 161 119 The structure of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
MATHEWSON D.S., FORD V.L. and VISVANATHAN N.
1986ApJ...302L..45O 19 46 High-precision radial velocities for faint giants: radial velocities of extreme halo systems and the mass of the galaxy. OLSZEWSKI E.W., PETERSON R.C. and AARONSON M.
1986ApJ...302..272M 37 35 Extent of ionized calcium in the outer parts of galaxies. MORTON D.C., YORK D.G. and JENKINS E.B.
1986ApJ...304....1P 77 4 1247 Gravitational microlensing by the galactic halo. PACZYNSKI B.
1986ApJ...304L..17W 71 T                   1 8 45 An O3 star in the
Small Magellanic Cloud HII region NGC 346.
WALBORN N.R. and BLADES J.C.
1986ApJ...304..607M 1 3 17 Observational studies of Cepheids. IV. The Feinheit functions. MOFFETT T.J. and BARNES III T.G.
1986ApJ...305..214D 70 T                   1 9 30 The age of the
Small Magellanic Cloud globular cluster NGC 411.
DA COSTA G.S. and MOULD J.R.
1986ApJ...305..583W 3 8 109 The distance to M 31 from infrared photometry of its Cepheids. WELCH D.L., McALARY C.W., McLAREN R.A., et al.
1986ApJ...305..634C 2 8 72 Carbon and M stars in nearby galaxies: a preliminary survey using a photometric technique. COOK K.H., AARONSON M. and NORRIS J.
1986ApJ...311..632W 5 2 45 Angular diameters of Magellanic cloud planetary nebulae. I. Speckle interferometry. WOOD P.R., BESSELL M.S. and DOPITA M.A.
1986ApJ...311..708L 7 6 186 The asymptotic giant branch evolution of 1.0-3.0 M stars as a function of mass and composition. LATTANZIO J.C.
1986MNRAS.218..223C 1 56 226 The geometry and distance of the Magellanic Clouds from Cepheid variables. CALDWELL J.A.R. and COULSON I.M.
1986MNRAS.219..217B 7 3 The mass distribution of dark clouds in external galaxies. BHATT H.C. and WILLIAMS I.P.
1986MNRAS.219..603J 14 49 Star formation in the Magellanic clouds - III. IR observations of giant HII regions. JONES T.J., HYLAND A.R., STRAW S., et al.
1986MNRAS.221..887R 21 42 The luminosity and kinematics of RR Lyraes - II. RR Lyraes and the distance to the LMC. REID I.N. and STRUGNELL P.R.
1986MNRAS.221..911M 1 17 75 Some considerations on the origin of nitrogen. MATTEUCCI F.
1986MNRAS.223..151B 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.
1986MNRAS.223..317M 8 20 Young-star formation in the Magellanic H I bridge. MEABURN J.
1986PASP...98.1025D 13 27 XVII. Abundances in dwarf irregular galaxies. DUFOUR R.J.
1986PASP...98.1113H 73 T                   1 3 40 Clusters of the
Small Magellanic Cloud. I. A catalog of 213 new clusters.
HODGE P.
1986PASP...98.1133N viz 70 T                   1 61 37 The young open cluster NGC 346 in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
NIEMELA V.S., MARRACO H.G. and CABANNE M.L.
1986ARA&A..24..329C 38 3 467 The evolution of massive stars with mass loss. CHIOSI C. and MAEDER A.
1986ARA&A..24..459S 2 22 226 Global structure of magnetic fields in spiral galaxies. SOFUE Y., FUJIMOTO M. and WIELEBINSKI R.
1986Ap&SS.118..435V 7 2 Globular clusters and galactic evolution. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1986Ap&SS.119..169M 2 2 16 Dynamics of the Magellanic system and the galaxy-present status of theoretical understanding. MURAI T. and FUJIMOTO M.
1986Ap&SS.125...43I 70 T                   1 3 1 Distance estimation of the LMC,
SMC, and M 33 from the apparent radiusdistribution of HII regions.
ISSA I.A.
1986Ap&SS.125..201B 3 7 The period-amplitude diagram of the Cepheids. BERDNIKOV L.N. and IVANOV G.R.
1986BAAS...18..950B 70 T                   1 2 0 Ultraviolet spectra of an O-rich supernova remnant in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
BLAIR W.P., RAYMOND J.C., DANZIGER I.J., et al.
1986BAAS...18..997A 3 0 The Magellanic Clouds observed at 45 MHz. ALVAREZ H., APARICI J. and MAY J.
1986BAAS...18Q1030C 2 ~ The relation between reddening and extinction for galactic and extragalactic H II regions. CAPLAN J. and DEHARVENG L.
1986FCPh...11....1S 109 4 1750 The stellar initial mass function. SCALO J.M.
1986IAUC.4283....0M 70 T                   1 3 ~ Nova in
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McNAUGHT R.H. and WALDRON D.
1986IAUC.4290....0M 70 T                   1 2 ~ Nova in
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McNAUGHT R.H. and GOOD A.
1986MmSAI..57..469C 3 3 Evolutionary population synthesis and the Magellanic clouds clusters. CAPUZZO-DOLCETTA R.
1986MmSAI..57..553H 23 2 The ages of the local group galaxies. HODGE P.W.
1986Msngr..43...12A 70 T                   1 5 6 Identification of new carbon star candidates in
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1986PASAu...6..471M viz 3 3 36 HI profiles in the bridge region of the Magellanic Clouds. McGEE R.X. and NEWTON L.M.
1986RMxAA..12..303R 3 2 The 2.6 mm CO survey of the Magellanic clouds. RUBIO M., COHEN R. and MONTANI J.
1986IAUS..116..369H 1 9 49 Systems of stellar associations in galaxies. HODGE P.
1986NIA86......247K 11 ~ Mass loss of hot luminous stars. KUDRITZKI R.P., PAULDRACH A. and PULS J.
1986NIA86......259S 33 ~ The galactic corona. SAVAGE B.D.
1986NIA86......295G 70 T                   14 ~ IUE survey of planetary nebulae in the Large and
Small Magellanic Clouds.
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1986NIA86......343P 70 T                   1 8 ~ The stellar winds of early-type stars in the
SMC.
PRINJA R.K.
1987A&A...171...33R 27 58 HI observations of galaxies in a catalog of nearby galaxies. II. The motion of the sun and the galaxy and the velocity dispersion of 'field' galaxies. RICHTER O.-G., TAMMANN G.A. and HUCHTMEIER W.K.
1987A&A...172...15V 53 69 Some inferences on chemical evolution from a study of irregular and blue compact galaxies. VIGROUX L., STASINSKA G. and COMTE G.
1987A&A...172..378O 1 3 21 The Andromeda galaxy in gamma-rays. OEZEL M.E. and BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1987A&A...173..293K 18 3 227 Radiation driven winds of hot luminous stars. II. Wind models for O-stars in the Magellanic clouds. KUDRITZKI R.P., PAULDRACH A. and PULS J.
1987A&A...176...59S 72 T                   1 2 22 The peculiar early-type emission line supergiant S18/
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SHORE S.N., SANDULEAK N. and ALLEN D.A.
1987A&A...176..294F 21 54 Determination of the sulphur abundance in metal-deficient dwarf stars. FRANCOIS P.
1987A&A...178...25T 70 T                   1 22 21 High degree of fragmentation in the nebulae
SMC : N83 and N84 and discovery of two O stars.
TESTOR G. and LORTET M.C.
1987A&A...178...41W 129 24 Red stars in the Fornax dwarf galaxy. WESTERLUND B.E., EDVARDSSON B. and LUNDGREN K.
1987A&A...178...62L 70 T                   1 32 38 Thermal and nonthermal radio emission from the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
LOISEAU N., KLEIN U., GREYBE A., et al.
1987A&A...178..252D 3 2 27 Second-order Fermi acceleration and radio spectral index distributions in supernova remnants and bright spiral galaxies. DROGE W., LERCHE I. and SCHLICKEISER R.
1987A&A...182L...8A 71 T                   1 1 6 Detection of shell-like features in the north-eastern halo of the
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1987A&A...188...74W 7 7 216 The initial-final mass relation: galactic disk and Magellanic Clouds. WEIDEMANN V.
1987A&AS...67..423M 70 T                   1 304 28 Radial velocities of southern stars obtained with the photoelectric scanner CORAVEL. VI. 233 F to M type stars in and near the
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1987A&AS...68..357K 11 6 Spectral classification of bright stars in LMC clusters. II. KONTIZAS E., KONTIZAS M. and XIRADAKI E.
1987A&AS...69..421A 70 T                   1 297 14
Small Magellanic Cloud : H gamma-line equivalent widths and luminosity classes of the brightest blue star members.
AZZOPARDI M.
1987A&AS...70....1K 70 T                   1 1 2 Spectral types of bright stars in the
Small Magellanic Cloud Wing.
KONTIZAS E., MORGAN D.H., DAPERGOLAS A., et al.
1987A&AS...70...15D 70 T                   1 2 1 Spectral types of bright stars in the north-east arm of the
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DAPERGOLAS A., KONTIZAS E., KONTIZAS M., et al.
1987AJ.....93..565O 70 T                   1 12 43 The main-sequence turnoff of the populous
SMC cluster Lindsay 1.
OLSZEWSKI E.W., SCHOMMER R.A. and AARONSON M.
1987AJ.....93.1070G 70 T                   1 222 76 Studies of massive stars in the Magellanic clouds. II. New spectral classification of OB stars in the
SMC.
GARMANY C.D., CONTI P.S. and MASSEY P.
1987AJ.....93.1484M 266 27 A systematic search for long-term variability in a large sample of X-ray sources. MACCACARO T., GARILLI B. and MEREGHETTI S.
1987ApJ...312..195M 6 16 CO band synthesis and the interpretation of band strengths in Magellanic Cloud supergiants. McGREGOR P.J.
1987ApJ...313..268H 68 38 Mass distribution and evolutionary schema for central stars of planetary nebulae. HEAP S.R. and AUGENSEN H.J.
1987ApJ...315L.107D 3 2 25 New evolutionary relationships for Magellanic Cloud planetary nebulae. DOPITA M.A., MEATHERINGHAM S.J., WOOD P.R., et al.
1987ApJ...317...82G 1 30 203 The composition gradient across M 81. GARNETT D.R. and SHIELDS G.A.
1987ApJ...317..152B 70 T                   1 40 29 Deep Einstein X-ray imagery of the
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BRUHWEILER F.C., KLINGLESMITH III D.A., GULL T.R., et al.
1987ApJ...317..672W 15 8 Spectroscopy and JHK photometry of type II Cepheids in the Magellanic Clouds. WELCH D.L.
1987ApJ...320..493L 2 16 129 Distant satellites as probes of our galaxy's mass distribution. LITTLE B. and TREMAINE S.
1987ApJ...320..597D 2 2 23 The interstellar medium toward SN 1987A. DUPREE A.K., KIRSHNER R.P., NASSIOPOULOS G.E., et al.
1987ApJ...322L..41K 71 T                   1 3 13 Atmospheric eclipses in the
SMC Wolf-Rayet eclipsing binary HD 5980: the heavy versus the light metal abundance.
KOENIGSBERGER G., MOFFAT A.F.J. and AUER L.H.
1987ApJ...322L..91M 35 19 A preliminary survey of collapsed cores in the Magellanic Clouds' globular clusters. MEYLAN G. and DJORGOVSKI S.
1987ApJ...323...79P 1 9 59 The late-type stellar content of NGC 55. PRITCHET C.J., RICHER H.B., SCHADE D., et al.
1987ApJS...63..917S 4 4 77 The evolution of red clump stars : theoretical sequences. SEIDEL E., DEMARQUE P. and WEINBERG D.
1987MNRAS.226..513T 73 T                   1 2 30 The H II radial velocity field and kinematics of the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
TORRES G. and CARRANZA G.J.
1987MNRAS.226..917M 38 17 A 2.3-GHz radio continuum map of the Magellanic Cloud region. MOUNTFORT P.I., JONAS J.L., DE JAGER G., et al.
1987MNRAS.227..257K 70 T                   6 3
SMC globular clusters : candidates for mass segregation ?
KONTIZAS M., THEODOSSIOU E. and KONTIZAS E.
1987MNRAS.228..173P 70 T                   1 27 20 The stellar winds of early-type stars in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
PRINJA R.K.
1987MNRAS.228..269R 70 T                   1 4 7 The nature of dust grains in the clouds of Magellan : 8-13 mum spectra of LMC N44A and
SMC N88A.
ROCHE P.F., AITKEN D.K. and SMITH C.H.
1987MNRAS.229..203D 2 3 35 Interstellar extinction and the composition of dust grains. DULEY W.W.
1987PASP...99....5H 21 26 Massive stars in galaxies. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1987PASP...99..724H 74 T                   1 2 33 Clusters of the
Small Magellanic Cloud. II. Age distributions.
HODGE P.
1987PASP...99..730H 6 17 The population of Large Magellanic Cloud field stars in a remote southwestern area. HODGE P.
1987AnTok..21..293M 215 4 A search for cool carbon stars. I. Cassiopeia region. MAEHARA H. and SOYANO T.
1987ARA&A..25..345F 1 58 292 Cepheids as distance indicators. FEAST M.W. and WALKER A.R.
1987BAAS...19..678S 3 3 The age-metallicity relations of the Magellanic clouds as determined from observations of the integrated spectra of star clusters. SMITH H.A., SEARLE L. and MANDUCA A.
1987BAAS...19Q.682B 70 T                   1 1 1 CCD and photographic photometry of the northeast arm to halo transition in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
BAIRD S.R., SMITH H.A. and GRAHAM J.A.
1987BAAS...19..702L 2 0 H-alpha as a tracer of stellar mass loss in metal-poor galaxies. LEITHERER C.
1987BAAS...19..703G 70 T                   1 1 0 Stellar winds from O stars in the
Small Magellanic Cloud.
GARMANY C.D. and FITZPATRICK E.L.
1987BAAS...19..704D 2 0 A comparison of the luminosity functions of the H-alpha emission-linestars in the Magellanic Clouds. DOGGETT J.B. and BOHANNAN B.
1987BAAS...19.1025D 70 T                   1 2 0 Spectral classification of emission-line stars in the
Small Magellanic Cloud : clues to massive star formation and evolution.
DOGGETT J.B. and BOHANNAN B.
1987BAAS...19.1054M 3 2 The excitation of interstellar CN toward HD 154368. MEYER D.M. and HAWKINS I.
1987ComAp..12...99P 3 4 The central power source in active galaxies. PTAK R. and STONER R.
1987IAUC.4299....0M 70 T                   1 2 ~ Nova in
Small Magellanic Cloud.
McNAUGHT R.H. and GARRADD G.
1987Mercu..16....3H 11 0 The Local Group : our galactic neighborhood. HODGE P.
1987Msngr..47....4M 11 0 Giant HII regions and the quest for the Hubble constant. MELNICK J.
1987Msngr..48...37S 70 T                   1 4 2 Preliminary abundances in three cool supergiants of the
SMC.
SPITE M. and SPITE F.
1987Msngr..50...11S 5 7 Internal dynamics of the Gum nebula. SRINIVASAN M., POTTASCH S.R., SAHU K.C., et al.
1987NInfo..63...60F 2 2 The ratio of numbers of carbon and oxygen stars in galaxies. FRANCMAN Y.L.
1987PhR...148..309A 76 28 Extragalactic magnetic fields. ASSEO E. and SOL H.
1987PASAu...7...19M 5 2 46 The 'high velocity cloud' origin of the Magellanic system. MATHEWSON D.S., WAYTE S.R., FORD V.L., et al.
1987PASAu...7..147H 4 6 On the existence of bright (Mbol←6) upper AGB stars. HUGHES S.M.G. and WOOD P.R.
1987QJRAS..28..217W 8 4 Wolf-Rayet stars: current status and major questions. WILLIS A.J.
1987QJRAS..28..239K 5 1 Hot stars in young globular clusters of the Magellanic Clouds. KONTIZAS E. and KONTIZAS M.
1987QJRAS..28..328M 9 11 Dust in external galaxies : diffuse bands and the albedo. MORGAN D.H.
1987RMxAA..14..158M 11 1 Giant HII regions as distance indicators. MELNICK J., TERLEVICH R. and MOLES M.
1987RMxAA..14..379F 2 1 The C/M5+ ratio in the galactic disc. FUENMAYOR F.J.
1987RMxAA..14..390N 3 0 Binarias masivas en las nubes de Magallanes. NIEMELA V.S.
1987RMxAA..14..463D 5 2 Evolution of HII regions. DOTTORI H.A.
1987S&T....73..131K 27 0 The temperate F stars. KALER J.B.
1987S&W....26..483F 3 0 Spiralstruktur in Sternsystemen. Teil 1 : Das stochastische Modell. FEITZINGER J.V. and PERSCHKE M.
1987IAUS..121..545M 28 17 Superassociations in the arms of normal and active galaxies. MELNICK J.
1987IAUS..122..439Z 70 T                   1 2 4 On the puzzling line spectrum of the Be - supergiant R 4 of the
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ZICKGRAF F.-J. and WOLF B.
1987IAUS..124..151T 25 54 The cosmic distance scale. TAMMANN G.A.
1987IAUS..125..149T 16 1 Population of accreting neutron stars in external galaxies. TRINCHIERI G.
1987IAUS..125..173G 1 7 37 On the origin of neutron stars in globular clusters. GRINDLAY J.E.
1987PN86........45R 23 ~ Spectroscopy at 8-13 mum as a probe of the carbon to oxygen ratio in planetary nebulae. ROCHE P.F.
1988A&A...189...34A 14 49 The number of Wolf-Rayet stars in Local Group galaxies. AZZOPARDI M., LEQUEUX J. and MAEDER A.
1988A&A...192....1B 10 26 The BL Lac object PKS 0215+015 in a low state : variable emission lines at ze = 1.72 and no dust signature from the system at za = 1.345. BOISSE P. and BERGERON J.
1988A&A...192..299B 15 9 Properties of supernova remnants at known distances. III. Energy content. BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1988A&A...194...11L 67 38 Sequential star formation in the Magellanic Clouds. LORTET M.-C. and TESTOR G.
1988A&A...194...24I 6 4 100 A detailed study of the post-starburst galaxy NGC 1569. I. Global parameters and starburst properties. ISRAEL F.P.
1988A&A...201..199A 39 36 Correlations between integrated parameters and H-alpha velocity widths in giant extragalactic HII regions: a new appraisal. ARSENAULT R. and ROY J.-R.
1988A&A...201..208K 3 7 The stellar content of the wing and north-east arm of the Small Magellanic Cloud. KONTIZAS E., MORGAN D.H., KONTIZAS M., et al.
1988A&A...203..237H 146 99 HI observations of galaxies in the Kraan-Korteweg-Tammann catalogue of nearby galaxies. III. Global parameters of the galaxies. HUCHTMEIER W.K. and RICHTER O.-G.
1988A&A...205...41A 28 54 Search for the 12CO (J=1-0) line in blue compact galaxies : dependence of CO emission on metallicity. ARNAULT P., CASOLI F., COMBES F., et al.
1988A&A...206...47W 3 5 67 A further study of the radio-far-infrared relation in galaxies. II. The ubiquity of the correlation. WUNDERLICH E. and KLEIN U.
1988A&A...206...53M 2 5 44 The extragalactic sky viewed by IRAS. MEURS E.J.A. and HARMON R.T.
1988A&AS...73..373M 2 5 Masses and Tidal radii of star clusters in the halo of the LMC II. METAXA M., KONTIZAS M. and KONTIZAS E.
1988A&AS...74..331J 70 T                   1 8 20 CCD photometry in the fields of six eclipsing binaries in the Large and
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1988A&AS...76..405S 5 9 Chemical evolution of the Magellanic Clouds. II. Equivalent widths and abundances for three young supergiants of the SMC. SPITE M., HUILLE S., SPITE F., et al.
1988AJ.....95...84O 159 37 A catalog of LMC star clusters outside the Hodge-Wright atlas. OLSZEWSKI E.W., HARRIS H.C., SCHOMMER R.A., et al.
1988AJ.....95..720K 1 15 80 Giant HII regions and the formation of populous star clusters. KENNICUTT R.C.Jr and CHU Y.-H.
1988AJ.....96...73T 87 65 The galaxy luminosity function and environmental dependencies. TULLY R.B.
1988AJ.....96..872W 1 5 38 CCD photometry of the RR Lyrae stars in NGC 121 and the distance to the Small Magellanic Cloud. WALKER A.R. and MACK P.
1988AJ.....96..877B 3 7 108 Observations with the parking lot camera. I. Surface photometry and color distribution of the Magellanic Clouds. BOTHUN G.D. and THOMPSON I.B.
1988AJ.....96.1248F 41 83 Stellar content of nearby galaxies. I. BVRI CCD photometry for IC 1613. FREEDMAN W.L.
1988AJ.....96.1625K 96 22 Small, faint clusters in the LMC. KONTIZAS E., METAXA M. and KONTIZAS M.
1988ApJ...325..389M 8 11 375 Ico/N(H2) conversions and molecular gas abundances in spiral and irregular galaxies. MALONEY P. and BLACK J.H.
1988ApJ...327..128S 1 6 32 On the relationship of W-R star numbers and subclass distribution to OB star numbers and metallicity in galaxies. SMITH L.F.
1988ApJ...329..166M 7 2 57 Fluxes and ionised masses of Magellanic Cloud planetary nebulae. MEATHERINGHAM S.J., DOPITA M.A. and MORGAN D.H.
1988ApJ...329..712S 6 3 74 Abundance effects on the Cepheid distance scale. STOTHERS R.B.
1988ApJ...330..191R 92 46 Pregalactic formation of globular clusters in cold dark matter. ROSENBLATT E.I., FABER S.M. and BLUMENTHAL G.R.
1988ApJ...330..766M 10 24 Wolf-Rayet stars in the Magellanic clouds. V. Binaries in the Small Magellanic Cloud. MOFFAT A.F.J.
1988ApJ...330..964B 6 16 433 Diffuse infrared emission from the galaxy. I. Solar neighborhood. BOULANGER F. and PERAULT M.
1988ApJ...331..718M 10 13 On the individual masses of globular clusters in the Magellanic clouds: NGC 1835. MEYLAN G.
1988ApJ...332..711G 39 22 Stellar winds in the Small Magellanic Cloud. GARMANY C.D. and FITZPATRICK E.L.
1988ApJ...332..752D 6 3 76 The abundances of carbon and nitrogen in I Zw 18. DUFOUR R.J., GARNETT D.R. and SHIELDS G.A.
1988ApJ...333..617M 83 91 The structure of the Small Magellanic Cloud. MATHEWSON D.S., FORD V.L. and VISNATHAN N.
1988ApJ...334..144K 130 157 Properties of H II region populations in galaxies. I. The first-ranked H II regions. KENNICUTT R.C.Jr
1988ApJ...334..815D 541 96 An all-sky search for molecular Cirrus clouds. DESERT F.X., BAZELL D. and BOULANGER F.
1988ApJ...335..135O 1 3 20 Prospects for exploring the local galaxies through the study of their high-energy gamma-ray emission. OEZEL M.E. and FICHTEL C.E.
1988ApJS...68...91R viz 147 461 A catalog of IRAS observations of large optical galaxies. RICE W., LONSDALE C.J., SOIFER B.T., et al.
1988MNRAS.234..583M viz 72 105 An optical spectrophotometric survey of abundances in Magellanic Cloud planetary nebulae. MONK D.J., BARLOW M.J. and CLEGG R.E.S.
1988MNRAS.235..297M 43 85 Giant H II regions as distance indicators- II. Application to H II galaxies and the value of the Hubble constant. MELNICK J., TERLEVICH R. and MOLES M.
1988MNRAS.235..375M 9 24 Supernovae in the halo of the 30 Doradus nebula ? MEABURN J.
1988MNRAS.235..633V 3 18 250 The chemical composition gradient across M 33. VILCHEZ J.M., PAGEL B.E.J., DIAZ A.I., et al.
1988PASP..100..568H 11 18 Star clusters in galaxies. HODGE P.
1988PASP..100..576H 3 2 27 The age distribution and history of formation of Large Magellanic Cloud clusters. HODGE P.
1988PASP..100.1405O 12 25 Stellar photometry in the Phoenix dwarf galaxy. ORTOLANI S. and GRATTON R.G.
1988ARA&A..26..145T 4 21 401 Large-scale expanding superstructures in galaxies. TENORIO-TAGLE G. and BODENHEIMER P.
1988AZh....65..747F 2 0 Can the degenerate carbon-oxygen cores of single stars reach the Chandrasekhar limit ? FRANTSMAN J.L.
1988Ast....16a..26V 2 0 Is the Milky Way an interacting galaxy ? VERSCHUUR G.L.
1988Ap&SS.140..191H 1 2 8 Interstellar extinction by cometary organic grain clumps. HOYLE F. and WICKRAMASINGHE N.C.
1988Ap&SS.145..251F 54 9 The evolution of the Magellanic clouds. The ages of globular clusters. FRANTSMAN J.L.
1988Ap&SS.145..287F 2 4 The evolution of the Magellanic clouds. II. Star formation and chemical composition. FRANTSMAN J.L.
1988BAAS...20..730H 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.
1988BAAS...20..731L 2 0 Spectrophotometry of Jacoby's complete sample of planetary nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds. LIEBERT J. and BOROSON T.A.
1988BAAS...20..964H 1 ~ Luminosity functions for young clusters and associations in the Small Magellanic Cloud. HILL B., MADORE B.F. and FREEDMAN W.L.
1988BAAS...20..967G 2 0 The H-R diagrams of the Magellanic clouds. GARMANY C.D. and FITZPATRICK E.L.
1988EJPh....9..168S 3 0 SN 1987A : a bright supernova in the Large Magellanic Cloud. SURDEJ J.
1988ISKZ...28....5F 1 0 Convective overshooting in intermediate stars FRANTSMAN J.
1988MNSSA..47...16C 18 1 Zero points checks of Magellanic cloud sequences. COUSINS A.W.J. and LAING J.D.
1988Obs...108...12W 2 3 The determination of magnitudes of galaxies from the SERC J Schmidt survey. WHITE G.L.
1988Obs...108..119F 3 8 The distance and reddening of M 33. FEAST M.W.
1988PASAu...7..386W 2 4 The progenitor star and its evolution. WOOD P.R.
1988PASJ...40..139N 13 14 H2O maser emission in the galaxies M 51 and NGC 253. NAKAI N. and KASUGA T.
1988RMxAA..16...45P 10 21 On the supernova remnant S 8 and other gaseous nebulae in IC 1613. PEIMBERT M., BOHIGAS J. and TORRES-PEIMBERT S.
1988S&W....27..278E 3 0 Lichtechos um Supernovae. ELSAESSER H.
1988TarOT..92..117F 5 0 Tha asymptotic branch of giants in the Magellanic clouds. FRANTSMAN Y.L.
1988IAUS..132..545R 2 2 21 Abundances of heavy elements in the Magellanic Clouds. RUSSELL S.C., BESSELL M.S. and DOPITA M.A.
1988IAUS..132..551S 4 2 High signal to noise analysis of the chemical composition of stars in the Magellanic Clouds. SPITE M., SPITE F. and FRANCOIS P.
1988IAUCo.101..125H 2 ~ X-ray observations of SNR E0102.2-72.2 in the SMC. HUGHES J.P.
1988IAUCo.101..187B 8 ~ The oxygen-rich supernova remnants in the Small Magellanic Cloud. BLAIR W.P., RAYMOND J.C., DANZIGER J., et al.
1988IAUCo.101..201C 12 ~ Supernova remnants in giant HII regions. CHU Y.H. and KENNICUTT R.C.
1988IAUCo.101..493D 4 ~ Star formation, supernovae and the structure of disk galaxies. DOPITA M.A.
1988IUE88...1..117B 3 ~ IUE observations of oxygen-rich supernova remnants. BLAIR W.P., RAYMOND J.C., DANZIGER J., et al.
1988IUE88...1..197K 4 ~ Atmospheric eclipse effects in Wolf-rayet binaries in the Small Magellanic Cloud. KOENIGSBERGER G., MOFFAT A.F.J. and AUER L.H.
1988IUE88...1..417S 24 ~ The galactic and LMC externe emission line supergiants compared : IUE observations of the Henize - Carlson and Zoo star samples of massive supergiants. SHORE S.N., SANDULEAK N., BROWN D.N., et al.
1988IUE88...2...21A 4 ~ The IUE and planetary nebulae. ALLER L.H.
1988IUE88...2...53W 39 ~ IUE studies of mass loss phenomena in hot stars. WILLIS A.J.
1988IUE88...2..137G 4 ~ Mass loss in the Magellanic Clouds. GARMANY C.D., KUDRITZKI R.P. and HUSFELD D.
1989A&A...209..369G 29 65 Properties of planetary nebulae. II. Central star evolution. GATHIER R. and POTTASCH S.R.
1989A&A...210...25S 72 T                   1 7 56 Chemical evolution of the Magellanic Clouds. I. Metal abundance in three young supergiants of the Small Cloud. SPITE F., SPITE M. and FRANCOIS P.
1989A&A...211....9B 283 18 An automated search for star clusters in the Magellanic Clouds. I. Description of the technique and application to a 6 square degree field near the bear of the LMC. BHATIA R.K. and MacGILLIVRAY H.T.
1989A&A...211..199R 70 T                   1 97 18 Stromgren photometry of late-type supergiants in the
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1989A&A...211..280K 52 58 A new radio continuum survey of the Magellanic clouds at 1.4 GHz. II. The radio morphology and thermal and nonthermal emission of the LMC. KLEIN U., WIELEBINSKI R., HAYNES R.F., et al.
1989A&A...213...13A 70 T                   1 3 6 The
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ALVAREZ H., APARICI J. and MAY J.
1989A&A...215..219M 70 T                   1 344 73 The structure of the
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MARTIN N., MAURICE E. and LEQUEUX J.
1989A&A...218...31G 1 2 13 A model of spira-galaxy evolution. II. Toward an understanding of the Hubble sequence. GALLI D. and FERRINI F.
1989A&A...219..205K 80 1 320 Radiation-driven winds of hot stars. VI. Analytical solutions for wind models including the finite cone angle effect. KUDRITZKI R.P., PAULDRACH A., PULS J., et al.
1989A&A...221..230V 8 5 The new long-period Cepheid G 458 = HDE 270100 in the Large Magellanic Cloud. VAN GENDEREN A.M. and HADIYANTO NITIHARDJO G.
1989A&A...222...35S 72 T                   1 6 56 Chemical evolution of the Magellanic Clouds. III. Oxygen and carbon abundances in a few F supergiants of the Small Cloud. SPITE M., BARBUY B. and SPITE F.
1989A&A...224...73A 3 6 88 Observed and synthesized populations of Wolf-Rayet stars: their evolution and the influence of metallicity. ARNAULT P., KUNTH D. and SCHILD H.
1989A&A...226..235K 71 T                   1 6 30 Quantitative spectroscopy of O-stars in the Magellanic clouds. I. The young open cluster NGC 346 in the
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1989A&AS...77....1B 17 3 214 Colors of extended static model photospheres of M giants. BESSELL M.S., BRETT J.M., SCHOLZ M., et al.
1989A&AS...78..445M 70 T                   1 332 12 BVR photoelectric photometry of late-type stars and a compilation of other data in the
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1989A&AS...79...79S viz 264 45 Infrared observations of the Magellanic clouds. I. The Small Magellanic Cloud. SCHWERING P.B.W. and ISRAEL F.P.
1989A&AS...79..105S viz 3 4 56 Infrared observations of the Magellanic Clouds. II. The Large Magellanic Cloud. SCHWERING P.B.W.
1989A&AS...79..407S 3 3 47 A bibliography of colour magnitude diagram studies of star clusters in the Magellanic Clouds. SAGAR R. and PANDEY A.K.
1989A&AS...81...93J 6 10 High resolution spectroscopy of near main sequence B stars of blue globular clusters in the Magellanic clouds. JUTTNER A., REITERMANN A., STAHL O., et al.
1989A&AS...81..339I 13 16 Radial velocities of southern stars obtained with the photoelectric scanner Coravel. VII. Radial velocity variations of eleven Cepheids in the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds. IMBERT M., ANDERSEN J., ARDEBERG A., et al.
1989AJ.....98..590K 55 31 Ellipticities at Rh of LMC star clusters. KONTIZAS E., KONTIZAS M., SEDMAK G., et al.
1989AJ.....98..825S 70 T                   1 374 13 Known and suspected late-type supergiants in the
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1989AJ.....98.1305M viz 70 T                   1 890 211 The stellar content of NGC 346 : a plethora of O stars in the
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1989AJ.....98.1598B 7 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 Magellanic Clouds. BLAHA C. and HUMPHREYS R.M.
1989ApJ...336..734E 1 17 75 The stellar content of rich young clusters in the Large Magellanic Cloud. ELSON R.A.W., FALL S.M. and FREEMAN K.C.
1989ApJ...337....7F 2 7 76 Limits on dust in damped Lyman-alpha systems and the obscuration of quasars. FALL S.M. and PEI Y.C.
1989ApJ...337..761K 2 33 376 Properties of HII region populations in galaxies. II. THe HII region luminosity function. KENNICUTT R.C.Jr, EDGAR B.K. and HODGE P.W.
1989ApJ...339...53C viz 516 234 Planetary nebulae as standard candles. II. The calibration in M 31 and its companions. CIARDULLO R., JACOBY G.H., FORD H.C., et al.
1989ApJ...339..844B 66 56 Spectrophotometry of Jacoby's complete sample of planetary nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds. BOROSON T.A. and LIEBERT J.
1989ApJ...339..872H 44 43 Faint planetary nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds: central star properties and nebular abundances for the Jacoby sample. HENRY R.B.C., LIEBERT J. and BOROSON T.A.
1989ApJ...340..265W 13 9 471 Massive stars embedded in molecular clouds: their population and distribution in the galaxy. WOOD D.O.S. and CHURCHWELL E.
1989ApJ...340..775B 1 2 15 Observational constraints on an embedded cloud model for the soft X-ray diffuse background. BURROWS D.N.
1989ApJ...341..113C 11 41 Spectroscopic studies of Wolf-Rayet stars. V. Optical spectrophotometry of the emission lines in Small Magellanic Cloud stars. CONTI P.S., MASSEY P. and GARMANY C.D.
1989ApJ...342..785D 74 96 The kinematics of Milky Way halo gas. I. Observations of low-ionization species. DANLY L.
1989ApJ...344L..61D 1 7 35 Carbon monoxide (CO) in the Magellanic irregular galaxy NGC 55 and the N(H2)/ W(CO) ratio in irregular galaxies. DETTMAR R.-J. and HEITHAUSEN A.
1989ApJ...344..210H 71 T                   1 9 50 The kinematics of the
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HARDY E., SUNTZEFF N.B. and AZZOPARDI M.
1989ApJ...344..277L 1 5 28 A search for molecular hydrogen and dust in the z = 2.796 damped Ly-alpha absorber toward Q 1337+113. LANZETTA K.M., WOLFE A.M. and TURNSHEK D.A.
1989ApJ...345..186T 2 13 147 Physical conditions of HII regions in M 101 and the pregalactic helium abundance. TORRES-PEIMBERT S., PEIMBERT M. and FIERRO J.
1989ApJ...345..393S 1 6 38 Ultraviolet observations of interstellar absorption lines toward SN 1987A. SAVAGE B.D., JENKINS E.B., JOSEPH C.L., et al.
1989ApJ...345..464N 9 2 75 Conditions for the formation of massive stars through nonspherical accretion. NAKANO T.
1989ApJ...345..752E 856 106 Revised supernova rates in Shapley-Ames galaxies. EVANS R., VAN DEN BERGH S. and McCLURE R.D.
1989ApJ...345..759Z 1 42 176 Velocities of stars in remote galactic satellites and the mass of the galaxy. ZARITSKY D., OLSZEWSKI E.W., SCHOMMER R.A., et al.
1989ApJ...346..629V 69 19 The zero point of the Cepheid period-luminosity relation in the 1.05 micron wave band. VISVANATHAN N.
1989ApJ...347..794B 1 4 18 Evolutionary population synthesis : an application to Magellanic cloud clusters. BATTINELLI P. and CAPUZZO-DOLCETTA R.
1989ApJ...347..875S 2 46 473 Oxygen abundances in nearby dwarf irregular galaxies. SKILLMAN E.D., KENNICUTT R.C. and HODGE P.W.
1989ApJS...69..911S 12 2 98 The development of the red giant branch. I. Theoretical evolutionary sequences. SWEIGART A.V., GREGGIO L. and RENZINI A.
1989ApJS...70..865R 1 43 175 Abundances of the heavy elements in the Magellanic clouds. I. Metal abundances of F-type supergiants. RUSSELL S.C. and BESSELL M.S.
1989ApJS...71..267D 13 2 104 Ionization and thermal equilibrium models for O star winds based on time-independent radiation-driven wind theory. DREW J.E.
1989MNRAS.236..567S 8 5 Pulsational properties of extragalactic Cepheids - I. Differential light curves of field No 1 in NGC 6822. SCHMIDT E.G. and SPEAR G.G.
1989MNRAS.238..769W 71 T                   1 6 32 Dust shell objects in the
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WHITELOCK P.A., FEAST M.W., MENZIES J.W., et al.
1989MNRAS.241..375F 74 293 A period-luminosity-colour relation for Mira variables. FEAST M.W., GLASS I.S., WHITELOCK P.A., et al.
1989MNRAS.241..645H 73 T                   1 1 14 Stellar populations and large-scale structure of the
SMC - I. Photometry.
HATZIDIMITRIOU D., HAWKINS M.R.S. and GYLDENKERNE K.
1989MNRAS.241..667H 72 T                   1 7 60 Stellar populations and large-scale structure of the
SMC - II. Geometry of the north-eastern and south-western outlying regions.
HATZIDIMITRIOU D. and HAWKINS M.R.S.
1989PASP..101...95R 5 2 Optical observations of SN 1988G. REID N., MOULD J., WEGNER G., et al.
1989PASP..101..570W 70 T                   1 9 11 A survey for RR Lyrae variables in five
Small Magellanic Cloud clusters.
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1989PASP..101..649S 1 5 21 The HII region luminosity function of the Milky Way. SMITH T.R. and KENNICUTT R.C.Jr
1989PASP..101..917C 6 7 A new carbon-symbiotic star in the Large Magellanic Cloud. COWLEY A.P. and HARTWICK F.D.A.
1989ARA&A..27...87F 8 21 747 X rays from normal galaxies. FABBIANO G.
1989ARA&A..27..139H 1 17 115 Populations in local group galaxies. HODGE P.
1989ARA&A..27..279W 14 13 738 Abundance ratios as a function of metallicity. WHEELER C., SNEDEN C. and TRURAN J.W.Jr
1989LAstr.103..387M 6 0 La structure du petit nuage de Magellan. MAURICE E.
1989AGAb....3...52K 70 T                   1 2 0 Quantitative analysis of B-supergiants in the galaxy, LMC and
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1989Ap&SS.151...47T 103 10 Population I pulsating stars. VI. Ages of star clusters and associations. TSVETKOV T.G.
1989Ap&SS.156...65H 70 T                   1 2 0 Chemical abundances in LMC and
SMC planetary nebulae.
HENRY R.B.C.
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..103C 70 T                   1 31 2 Global photometric observations and physical properties of HII regions in the
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1989Ap&SS.156..113R 6 2 Chemical abundances from B-stars in the Magellanic Clouds. REITERMANN A., STAHL O., WOLF B., et al.
1989BICDS..36..181M 70 T                   1 3 0 A visual atlas of the
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1989BICDS..37...43H 3 11 Digitization, plate processing and reductions at Muenster. HORSTMANN H., SCHUECKER P., SEITTER W., et al.
1989BAAS...21..778F 2 0 Cosmic rays and their role in the Large Magellanic Cloud. FICHTEL C.E. and OEZEL M.E.
1989BAAS...21..781M 2 0 An extremely carbon-poor planetary nebula in the Small Magellanic Cloud. MEATHERINGHAM S.J., MARAN S.P., GULL T.R., et al.
1989BAAS...21..791P 10 1 UBV CCD photometry and initial mass functions of OB associations in the Magellanic Clouds. PARKER J.W., GARMANY C.D. and MASSEY P.
1989BAAS...21.1121D 2 0 On the warming of interstellar dust near constellation III in the Large Magellanic Cloud. DEGIOIA-EASTWOOD K., GALLAGHER J., HUNTER D., et al.
1989BAAS...21.1196H 70 T                   1 1 0 The initial mass function of the upper main sequence of the
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1989BAAS...21.1201M 2 0 Post asymptotic giant branch evolution in the Magellanic Clouds with the Hubble Space Telescope. MEATHERINGHAM S.J., DOPITA M.A., WOOD P.R., et al.
1989ComAp..14...97S 1 6 30 Contamination of primordial helium in galaxies. STEIGMAN G., GALLAGHER III J.S. and SCHRAMM D.N.
1989Msngr..55...55M 6 1 What is the mass-to-light ratio of the old Magellanic globular cluster NGC 1835 ? MEYLAN G., DUBATH P., MAYOR M., et al.
1989Msngr..58...37H 70 T                   1 13 1 Discovery of a low mass Be supergiant in the
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1989PASAu...8..180B 2 3 The Fleurs Southern Benchmark program. BATTY M.J., WHITE G.L., BUNTON J.D., et al.
1989PASAu...8..195W 1 2 11 The Magellanic stream : new observations. WAYTE S.R.
1989PASJ...41.1117S 1 6 32 Synchronization instability and merging of binary globular clusters. SUGIMOTO D. and MAKINO J.
1989RMxAA..18...81H 3 7 Oxygen and neon abundances in planetary nebulae. HENRY R.B.C.
1989RMxAA..18..184P 3 0 A new halo planetary nebula. PENA M.
1989RMxAA..18..185K 70 T                   1 5 0 IUE observations of Wolf-Rayet binaries in the galaxy, the LMC and the
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KOENIGSBERGER G., AUER L.H. and MOFFAT A.F.J.
1989RMxAA..18..188T 4 0 Physical conditions of HII regions in M 101 and the pregalactic helium abundance. TORRES-PEIMBERT S., PEIMBERT M. and FIERRO J.
1989RMxAA..19..101G 2 1 Abundances of Magellanic Cloud clusters. GEISLER D. and MATEO M.
1989SSRv...51..339K 41 8 Planetary nebulae. KHROMOV G.S.
1989IAUS..131....1T 12 2 Recent UV and optical observations of planetary nebulae. TORRES-PEIMBERT S.
1989IAUS..131..273K 26 34 Model atmospheres and quantitative spectroscopy of central stars of planetary nebulae. KUDRITZKI R.P. and MENDEZ R.H.
1989IAUS..131..319B 4 2 32 Planetary Nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds. BARLOW M.J.
1989IAUS..131..351M 70 T                   1 2 0 A survey of planetary nebulae in the
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MEYSSONNIER N., AZZOPARDI M., LEQUEUX J., et al.
1989IAUS..131..354M 2 3 Chemical abundances in Magellanic Cloud planetary nebulae. MONK D.J., BARLOW M.J. and CLEGG R.E.S.
1989IAUS..131..355M 2 ~ Central star and nebular masses of Magellanic Cloud planetary nebulae. MONK D.J., BARLOW M.J. and CLEGG R.E.S.
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1989IAUS..131..577P 26 5 Comments on the applications of planetary nebulae research. PEIMBERT M.
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1990ApJS...73....1L 5 3 62 Observational tests for the evolution of massive stars in nearby galaxies. LEITHERER C.
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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.
1990MNRAS.245..318N 70 T                   1 8 5 CCD spectroscopy of
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1990PASP..102..412C 4 13 The evolution of stars of medium mass. CHIOSI C.
1990PASP..102..503V 6 12 Are protogalaxies hidden by dust ? VAN DEN BERGH S.
1990ARA&A..28..303K 56 120 Quantitative spectroscopy of hot stars. KUDRITZKI R.P. and HUMMER D.G.
1990ARA&A..28..657M 27 2 223 The soft X-ray background and its origins. McCAMMON D. and SANDERS W.T.
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1990AuJPh..43..189V 8 6 The global Hubble constant. VISNATHAN N.
1990BICDS..38...29O 52 0 Recent aspects of the bibliography of astronomical objects. OCHSENBEIN F. and DUBOIS P.
1990BAAS...22..866Z 70 T                   1 2 0 Search for Be supergiants in the
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1990Msngr..59...52J 5 0 Resolving the Fornax globular clusters with the NTT. JARVIS B. and SEITZER P.
1990MNSSA..49..137G 2 0 The Mira variables. GLASS I.S.
1990NewSc.127...23F 2 0 Astronomers mystified by galaxy evolution. FAIRALL J.
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1990PASAu...8..243P 13 0 Helium in three HII galaxies and the helium abundance. PAGEL B.E.J. and SIMONSON E.A.
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1990RPPh...53.1559P 35 78 Planetary nebulae. PEIMBERT M.
1990RMxAA..20..119P 16 49 Total number of planetary nebulae in different galaxies and the PN distance scale. PEIMBERT M.
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1991A&A...251L...1M 10 21 An Australia Telescope HI absorption survey of the Magellanic Clouds and Stream. MEBOLD U., GREISEN E.W., WILSON W., et al.
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1991A&A...252..498L 73 T                   1 5 54 Quantitative spectroscopy of B supergiants in the Galaxy, the LMC and the
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1991ApJ...383..295A 3 3 38 Massive star evolution and SN 1987A. ARNETT D.
1991ApJ...383..820S 30 58 Observational tests of convective core overshooting in stars of intermediate to high mass in the galaxy. STOTHERS R.B.
1991ApJS...76...55I 1 18 134 Single and binary star evolution. IBEN I.Jr
1991MNRAS.249..538B 71 T                   1 10 5 Spectrum of asymptotic giant branch stars in the
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1991MNRAS.249..722Y 72 T                   1 14 62 A new study of N 66 in the
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1991MNRAS.251p..51M 71 T                   1 5 ~ A new Wolf-Rayet star in the
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1991PASP..103..933M 5 21 430 The Cepheid distance scale. MADORE B.F. and FREEDMAN W.L.
1991PASP..103.1279K 1 9 54 New field RR Lyrae variables in the outer parts of the LMC and the properties of the LMC halo. KINMAN T.D., STRYKER L.L., HESSER J.E., et al.
1991AcA....41..157P 4 3 57 On the galactic origin of gamma-ray bursts. PACZYNSKI B.
1991ARA&A..29..409F 3 15 208 The mass of the Galaxy. FICH M. and TREMAINE S.
1991ARA&A..29..543H 1 77 579 Globular cluster systems in galaxies beyond the Local Group. HARRIS W.E.
1991ARA&A..29..581Y 1 76 490 Molecular gas in galaxies. YOUNG J.S. and SCOVILLE N.Z.
1991Afz....34...67M 4 3 Hydrogen emission in the direction of h and khi Persei. MIRZOYAN L.V., MARSELAN M., GARIBDZHANIAN A.T., et al.
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1991Ap&SS.178..227I 209 16 The stellar content of associations and star complexes in M 33. IVANOV G.R.
1991Ap&SS.185..249A 15 6 The probable extragalactic nature of some low surface brightness clouds at high galactic latitude. ARP H. and SULENTIC J.W.
1991Ap&SS.186...67W 2 0 The extinction of starlight revisited. WICKRAMASINGHE N.C., JAZBI B. and HOYLE F.
1991BCFHT..24...13A 5 0 Bulles de gaz ionise balayees par des vents stellaires dans la galaxie spirale NGC 628. ARSENAULT R., BELLEY J. and ROY J.-R.
1991BAAS...23..886W 71 T                   2 ~ On the nature of the SMC HII region DEM 161. WILCOTS E.M. and HODGE P.
1991BAAS...23..889S 5 0 A new tidal model of the Magellanic Stream. SHUTER W.L.
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1991Msngr..64...56G 71 T                   2 1 The metallicity of the young SMC cluster NGC 330 and its environment derived from CCD Stromgren photometry. GREBEL E.K. and RICHTLER T.
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1991PAZh...17..702A 2 0 The distribution of the shock accelerated electrons inside a supernova remnant. ASVAROV A.I. and GUSEINOV O.H.
1991PASAu...9...80G 71 T                   1 2 2 The geometry of the
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1991Sci..1764...20C 3 ~ Has the Milky Way formed stars in bursts ? CROSWELL K.
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1991IAUS..143..425N 35 14 A search for high excitation nebulae around Wolf-Rayet stars in the Magellanic Clouds. NIEMELA V.S., HEATHCOTE S.R. and WELLER W.G.
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