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1892AN....129..233K 83 0 Beobachtungen von Nebelflecken und Sternhaufen mit einem Lamellenmikrometer. KEMPF P.
1926ApJ....64..321H 407 774 Extragalactic nebulae. HUBBLE E.P.
1973A&A....24..247E 186 102 A survey of elliptical galaxies at 6 cm. EKERS R.D. and EKERS J.A.
1977MNRAS.179..235D 179 70 A 5-GHz survey of bright southern elliptical and S0 galaxies. DISNEY M.J. and WALL J.V.
1981MNRAS.196..381T 1 25 239 The metallicities, velocity dispersions and true shapes of elliptical galaxies. TERLEVICH R., DAVIES R.L., FABER S.M., et al.
1983A&A...125..205H 80 ~ Radio continuum emission of nearby elliptical galaxies : statistical properties. HUMMEL E., KOTANYI C.G. and EKERS R.D.
1984A&A...137..166B 70 T                   1 2 12 Photographic photometry of galaxies using the INMP. III. The isophotalstructure of the two early-type galaxies
NGC 1600 and NGC 4261.
BARBON R., BENACCHIO L., CAPACCIOLI M., et al.
1984ApJ...287....1D 605 74 The dependence on distance and redshift of the velocity vectors of the sun, the galaxy, and the Local Group with respect to different extragalactic frames of reference. DE VAUCOULEURS G. and PETERS W.L.
1984ApJS...56...91D 459 26 A comparison of distance scales for early-type galaxies. DE VAUCOULEURS G. and OLSON D.W.
1984MNRAS.207..361J 53 7 The rapid stellar rotation of radio galaxies. JENKINS C.R.
1984PASP...96..287C 98 87 A survey of 0II emission in elliptical galaxies. CALDWELL N.
1984PASJ...36....1N 33 0 N-body simulations of the evolution of elliptical galaxies. NOGUCHI M.
1985A&A...152..315B 200 34 Mass-to-light ratio of elliptical galaxies. BACON R., MONNET G. and SIMIEN F.
1985A&AS...60..517P 611 11 Supplement to the detailed bibliography on the surface photometry of galaxies. PENCE W.D. and DAVOUST E.
1985A&AS...61..273D 477 26 Catalogue of central velocity dispersions galaxies. DAVOUST E., PATUREL G. and VAUGLIN I.
1985AJ.....90..454K 151 188 The statistical distribution of the neutral-hydrogen content of elliptical galaxies. KNAPP G.R., TURNER E.L. and CUNNIFFE P.E.
1985ApJ...291....8M 93 105 Dynamics of luminous galaxies. II. Surface photometry and velocity dispersions of brightest cluster members. MALUMUTH E.M. and KIRSHNER R.P.
1985ApJ...291...32B 56 141 The orientations of the rotation axes of radio galaxies. I. Radio morphologies of bright elliptical galaxies. BIRKINSHAW M. and DAVIES R.L.
1985ApJ...292..104L 1 44 260 The cores of elliptical galaxies. LAUER T.R.
1985ApJ...293..102F 2 56 648 Hot coronae around early-type galaxies. FORMAN W., JONES C. and TUCKER W.
1985ApJS...57..473L 44 141 High-resolution surface photometry of elliptical galaxies. LAUER T.R.
1985ApJS...59....1W viz 651 143 A catalog of stellar velocity dispersions. I. Compilation and standard galaxies. WHITMORE B.C., McELROY D.B. and TONRY J.L.
1985MNRAS.216..429L 43 126 Boxy isophotes, discs and dust lanes in elliptical galaxies. LAUER T.R.
1986A&AS...64..225P 118 17 VRI aperture photometry of southern E and SO galaxies. POULAIN P.
1986MNRAS.218..429S 50 22 Infrared photometry of the nuclei of early-type radio galaxies. SPARKS W.B., HOUGH J.H., AXON D.J., et al.
1986MNRAS.222..655T 1 19 94 The prevalence of cooling flows in early-type galaxies. THOMAS P.A., FABIAN A.C., ARNAUD K.A., et al.
1987A&A...177L..53B 32 41 Radio activity and the shape of elliptical galaxies. BENDER R., DOBEREINER S. and MOLLENHOFF C.
1987A&AS...70..281B 165 81 Analysis of absorption-line spectra in a sample of 164 galactic nuclei. BICA E. and ALLOIN D.
1987ApJ...312..503C 1 83 353 Properties of the X-ray emitting gas in early-type galaxies. CANIZARES C.R., FABBIANO G. and TRINCHIERI G.
1987ApJ...313...59D 3 106 1334 Fundamental properties of elliptical galaxies. DJORGOVSKI S. and DAVIS M.
1987ApJS...64..581D 434 279 Spectroscopy and photometry of elliptical galaxies. II. The spectroscopic parameters. DAVIES R.L., BURSTEIN D., DRESSLER A., et al.
1987ApJS...64..601B 602 257 Spectroscopy and photometry of elliptical galaxies. III. UBV aperture photometry, CCD photometry, and magnitude-related parameters. BURSTEIN D., DAVIES R.L., DRESSLER A., et al.
1987MNRAS.229...15S 103 35 The radio and optical axes of radio elliptical galaxies. SANSOM A.E., DANZIGER I.J., EKERS R.D., et al.
1987BAAS...19..712V 11 0 Narrow-band H-alpha imaging of early-type galaxies. VEDDER P.W., CANIZARES C.R. and BLIZZARD P.L.
1987IAUS..127...17K 1 15 89 Cores of early-type galaxies. KORMENDY J.
1987IAUS..127...37J 26 25 Isophote shapes. JEDRZEJEWSKI R.I.
1988A&A...195...76B 152 302 Population synthesis in galactic nuclei using a library of star clusters. BICA E.
1988A&AS...72..215P 157 76 UBVRI aperture photometry of early-type galaxies. POULAIN P.
1988AJ.....95..422E 154 86 A search for features in early-type galaxies. EBNETER K., DJORGOVSKI S. and DAVIS M.
1988ApJ...326...19L 11 17 749 Spectroscopy and photometry of elliptical galaxies. V. Galaxy streaming toward the new supergalactic center. LYNDEN-BELL D., FABER S.M., BURSTEIN D., et al.
1988ApJS...68..409D 2 15 121 The orientations of the rotation of radio galaxies. II. Stellar rotation curves and velocity dispersion profiles. DAVIES R.L. and BIRKINSHAW M.
1989A&A...215..266N 34 103 Boxiness in elliptical galaxies. NIETO J.-L. and BENDER R.
1989A&A...217...35B 110 338 Isophote shapes of elliptical galaxies. II. Correlations with global optical, radio and X-ray properties. BENDER R., SURMA P., DOBEREINER S., et al.
1989AJ.....97.1319C 643 25 On the relationship between radio emission and optical properties in early-type galaxies. CALVANI M., FASANO G. and FRANCESCHINI A.
1989AJ.....98..147J 1 14 65 Minor-axis rotation in elliptical galaxies. JEDRZEJEWSKI R. and SCHECHTER P.L.
1989ApJ...345..752E 856 106 Revised supernova rates in Shapley-Ames galaxies. EVANS R., VAN DEN BERGH S. and McCLURE R.D.
1989ApJ...347..127F 87 94 Radio emission and the hot interstellar medium of early-type galaxies. FABBIANO G., GIOIA I.M. and TRINCHIERI G.
1989ApJS...69..763F viz 14       D               712 570 Spectroscopy and photometry of elliptical galaxies. VI. Sample selection and data summary. FABER S.M., WEGNER G., BURSTEIN D., et al.
1989PASP..101.1072V 124 13 Can E and SO galaxies be distinguished photometrically ? VAN DEN BERGH S.
1989ARA&A..27..235K 3 28 375 Surface photometry and the structure of elliptical galaxies. KORMENDY J. and DJORGOVSKI S.
1990A&A...234...89F 81 21 Systematic errors in the geometrical parameters of elliptical galaxies. FASANO G. and BONOLI C.
1990AJ....100.1091P viz 2 42 484 CCD surface photometry of galaxies with dynamical data. II. UBR photometry of 39 elliptical galaxies. PELETIER R.F., DAVIES R.L., ILLINGWORTH G.D., et al.
1990ApJ...354...52D 64 51 The correlation of X-ray and optical luminosities of early-type galaxies using new data and distances. DONNELLY R.H., FABER S.M. and O'CONNELL R.M.
1990ApJ...361....1S 463 48 The surface brightness test for the expansion of the Universe. II. Radii, surface brightness, and absolute magnitude correlations for nearby E galaxies. SANDAGE A. and PERELMUTER J.-M.
1990MNRAS.245..217G 1 32 159 Line-strengths in early-type galaxies. GORGAS J., EFSTATHIOU G. and ARAGON-SALAMANCA A.
1990MNRAS.247..327B 19 7 An optical and near-infrared polarization survey of early-type radio galaxies. BRINDLE C., HOUGH J.H., BAILEY J.A., et al.
1990SoSAO..65...75S 62 0 Spectrophotometry of normal galaxy nuclei. II. SIL'CHENKO O.K.
1991A&A...244L..25N 18 45 The shape of central regions in elliptical galaxies. NIETO J.-L., BENDER R., ARNAUD J., et al.
1991A&AS...88..559N 44 27 Isophotal shapes of early-type galaxies. I. Elongated ellipticals. NIETO J.-L., POULAIN P., DAVOUST E., et al.
1991AJ....101.1647T 1 19 84 H-alpha images of early type galaxies with hot gas. TRINCHIERI G. and DI SEREGO ALIGHIERI S.
1991AJ....102.1314S 48 47 Optical nebulosity in X-ray-selected, early type galaxies. SHIELDS J.C.
1991ApJS...75..751R 463 203 Interstellar matter in early-type galaxies. I. The catalog. ROBERTS M.S., HOGG D.E., BREGMAN J.N., et al.
1991MNRAS.249..779F 140 61 On the external origin for dust in elliptical galaxies. FORBES D.A.
1991MNRAS.253..710V 1 39 262 The velocity dispersion anisotropy and mass-to-light ratio of elliptical galaxies. VAN DER MAREL R.P.
1991BCFHT..25....2N 8 0 Disques et barres dans les galaxies elliptiques. NIETO J.-L.
1991Natur.349...32S 2 33 348 The density field of the local Universe. SAUNDERS W., FRENK C., ROWAN-ROBINSON M., et al.
1992A&A...262...52B 57 30 The role played by rotation and random motions in elliptical galaxies. BUSARELLO G., LONGO G. and FEOLI A.
1992A&AS...93..211F 2164 53 Groups of galaxies within 80 Mpc. II. The catalogue of groups and group members. FOUQUE P., GOURGOULHON E., CHAMARAUX P., et al.
1992AJ....103..379M 48 19 Type Ia supernovae and cosmic peculiar velocities. MILLER D.L. and BRANCH D.
1992ApJ...399...76K 129 98 Infrared emission and mass loss from evolved stars in elliptical galaxies. KNAPP G.R., GUNN J.E. and WYNN-WILLIAMS C.G.
1992ApJ...399..462B 1 108 748 Dynamically hot galaxies. I. Structural properties. BENDER R., BURSTEIN D. and FABER S.M.
1992ApJS...80..531F viz 518 462 An X-ray catalog and atlas of galaxies. FABBIANO G., KIM D.-W. and TRINCHIERI G.
1992MNRAS.254..723F 16 57 Shells and isophotal distortions in elliptical galaxies. FORBES D.A. and THOMSON R.C.
1993A&A...278...23B 64 44 Do elliptical galaxies have r1/4 brightness profiles? BURKERT A.
1993A&AS...98..229P 155 20 Low-luminosity early-type galaxies. I. Photometry and morphology. PRUGNIEL P., BICA E., KLOTZ A., et al.
1993AJ....105.1637H viz 831 44 The morphological catalogue of galaxies equatorial survey. HUCHRA J., LATHAM D.W., DA COSTA L.N., et al.
1993ApJ...411...34J 47 75 Sources od scatter in the fundamental plane and the Dn-sigma relation. JORGENSEN I., FRANX M. and KJAERGAARD P.
1993ApJ...411..153B 112 292 Dynamically hot galaxies. II. Global stellar populations. BENDER R., BURSTEIN D. and FABER S.M.
1993MNRAS.261..379G 27 25 Can isophotal shape discriminate between possible origins of elliptical galaxies ? GOVERNATO F., REDUZZI L. and RAMPAZZO R.
1993MNRAS.262L..51S 25 10 Non-equilibrium motions in galaxies and gravitational redshift. STIAVELLI M. and SETTI G.
1993MNRAS.262..650D 5 15 356 Line-strength gradients in elliptical galaxies. DAVIES R.L., SADLER E.M. and PELETIER R.F.
1993ApL....28..323C 64 ~ Angular momentum loss during the formation of elliptical galaxies. CURIR A., DE FELICE F., BUSARELLO G., et al.
1993PASJ...45..529S 9 23 CO in elliptical galaxies and the universal CO-to-dust ratio. SOFUE Y. and WAKAMATSU K.
1994A&A...283....1N 57 19 The nature of elongated ellipticals. NIETO J.-L., POULAIN P. and DAVOUST E.
1994A&A...286..389H 61 43 Neutral hydrogen observations of elliptical galaxies. HUCHTMEIER W.K.
1994AJ....107.1713F 18 7 A search for secondary nuclei in shell galaxies. FORBES D.A., THOMSON R.C., GROOM W., et al.
1994AJ....108.1987A viz 267 13 CCD calibration of the magnitude scale for the SSRS2 sample: the equatorial region. ALONSO M.V., DA COSTA L.N., LATHAM D.W., et al.
1994ApJ...428..511S 11 36 Probing radial age/metallicity degeneracy in early-type galaxies. SILVA D.R. and ELSTON R.
1994ApJ...436...56K 39 87 The dynamics of luminous galaxies in isothermal halos. KOCHANEK C.S.
1994MNRAS.269..785B 1 45 317 Line-of-sight velocity distributions of elliptical galaxies. BENDER R., SAGLIA R.P. and GERHARD O.E.
1994MNRAS.269..928S 157 113 Parsec-scale radio cores in early-type galaxies. SLEE O.B., SADLER E.M., REYNOLDS J.E., et al.
1994MNRAS.271...39S 68 8 Line-strength gradients in the bulge components of NGC 3190 and 1023. SANSOM A.E., PEACE G. and DODD M.
1994AZh....71....7S 30 5 The metallicity of elliptical galaxies. SIL'CHENKO O.K.
1994AZh....71..706S viz 268 18 Photometrically distinct nuclei in elliptical and early-type disks galaxies. SIL'CHENKO O.K.
1994A&ARv...5..293C 38 19 Kinematical properties of early-type galaxies. CAPACCIOLI M. and LONGO G.
1995A&A...302..658S 18 13 Distribution of ionized gas in X-ray bright early-type galaxies. SINGH K.P., BHAT P.N., PRABHU T.P., et al.
1995AJ....109..517B viz 1470 28 Integrated photoelectric magnitudes and color indices of bright galaxies in the Johnson UBV system. BUTA R., CORWIN H.G.Jr, DE VAUCOULEURS G., et al.
1995AJ....109..543B viz 504 101 Total and effective colors of 501 galaxies in the Cousins VRI photometric system. BUTA R. and WILLIAMS K.L.
1995AJ....110.2027V 1 66 214 Dust in the cores of early-type galaxies. VAN DOKKUM P.G. and FRANX M.
1995ApJ...438..539F 36 84 Kinematics of 13 brightest cluster galaxies. FISHER D., ILLINGWORTH G. and FRANX M.
1995ApJ...442..523E viz 87 36 A multiparametric analysis of the Einstein sample of early-type galaxies. II. Galaxy formation history and properties of the interstellar medium. ESKRIDGE P.B., FABBIANO G. and KIM D.-W.
1995ApJ...446..457S 2 13 88 The optical redshift survey: sample selection and the galaxy distribution. SANTIAGO B.X., STRAUSS M.A., LAHAV O., et al.
1995ApJ...448...70E 48 13 A multiparametric analysis of the Einstein sample of early-type galaxies. III. Comparisons with the k-parameters. ESKRIDGE P.B., FABBIANO G. and KIM D.-W.
1995ApJS...97..141E viz 151 89 A multiparametric analysis of the Einstein sample of early-type galaxies. I. Luminosity and ISM parameters. ESKRIDGE P.B., FABBIANO G. and KIM D.-W.
1995ApJS..100..105M viz 1290 128 A catalog of stellar velocity dispersions. II. 1994 update. McELROY D.B.
1995MNRAS.276.1341J viz 361 295 Spectroscopy for E and S0 galaxies in nine clusters. JORGENSEN I., FRANX M. and KJAERGAARD P.
1996A&A...309..749P viz 1602 182 The fundamental plane of early-type galaxies: stellar populations and mass-to-light ratio. PRUGNIEL P. and SIMIEN F.
1996A&A...311..425B 1 43 157 Probing the age of elliptical galaxies. BRESSAN A., CHIOSI C. and TANTALO R.
1996A&AS..117..467G viz 22334 19 An image database. II. Catalogue between δ=-0deg and δ=70deg. GARNIER R., PATUREL G., PETIT C., et al.
1996A&AS..120..463M 75 151 A survey of the ISM in early-type galaxies. I. The ionized gas. MACCHETTO F., PASTORIZA M., CAON N., et al.
1996AJ....111.1889B 59 114 The centers of early-type galaxies with HST. II. Empirical models and structural parameters. BYUN Y.-I., GRILLMAIR C.J., FABER S.M., et al.
1996AJ....112..105G 1 68 252 The centers of early-type galaxies with HST. III. Non-parametric recovery of stellar luminosity distributions. GEBHARDT K., RICHSTONE D., AJHAR E.A., et al.
1996ApJ...461..155W 55 62 The effects of dust on broadband color gradients in elliptical galaxies. WISE M.W. and SILVA D.R.
1996ApJ...470..747B 18 47 Structure and evolution of interstellar gas in flattened, rotating elliptical galaxies. BRIGHENTI F. and MATHEWS W.G.
1996MNRAS.280..895M 27 16 Stellar population of elliptical galaxies in different environments : spectroscopic CO observations. MOBASHER B. and JAMES P.A.
1997A&A...320..415B 41 62 The relation between the virial theorem and the fundamental plane of elliptical galaxies. BUSARELLO G., CAPACCIOLI M., CAPOZZIELLO S., et al.
1997AJ....114.1365B 74 185 Global relationships among the physical properties of stellar systems. BURSTEIN D., BENDER R., FABER S.M., et al.
1997AJ....114.1771F 3 67 714 The centers of early-type galaxies with HST. IV. Central parameter relations. FABER S.M., TREMAINE S., AJHAR E.A., et al.
1997ApJ...477..128A 64 111 The iron discrepancy in elliptical galaxies after ASCA. ARIMOTO N., MATSUSHITA K., ISHIMARU Y., et al.
1997ApJS..111..163B viz 1026 18 An Einstein X-ray survey of optically selected galaxies. I. Data. BURSTEIN D., JONES C., FORMAN W., et al.
1997MNRAS.287..425W 18 45 Wiener reconstruction of the IRAS 1.2-Jy galaxy redshift survey: cosmographical implications. WEBSTER M., LAHAV O. and FISHER K.
1997MNRAS.287..525Z 27 24 Analytical dynamical models for double power-law galactic nuclei. ZHAO H.S.
1997MNRAS.288....1P 54 20 X-ray emission and internal kinematics in early-type galaxies - I. Observations PELLEGRINI S., HELD E.V. and CIOTTI L.
1997MNRAS.288..161J 238 98 Stellar populations of cluster E and SO galaxies. JORGENSEN I.
1998A&A...330..819Z 12 21 M 32-like galaxies: still very rare. M 32 analogues do not exist in the Leo group. ZIEGLER B.L. and BENDER R.
1998A&A...333..419T 45 123 Ages and metallicities in elliptical galaxies from the Hβ, <Fe>, and Mg2 diagnostics. TANTALO R., CHIOSI C. and BRESSAN A.
1998A&AS..127..117P viz 2384 30 A catalogue of spatially resolved kinematics of galaxies: Bibliography. PRUGNIEL P., ZASOV A., BUSARELLO G., et al.
1998A&AS..128..299P viz 6817 129 Total magnitude, radius, colour indices, colour gradients and photometric type of galaxies. PRUGNIEL P. and HERAUDEAU P.
1998A&AS..132..255G viz 1417 17 A catalogue of Mg2 indices of galaxies and globular clusters. GOLEV V. and PRUGNIEL P.
1998AJ....115.2285M 26 37 2961 The demography of massive dark objects in galaxy centers. MAGORRIAN J., TREMAINE S., RICHSTONE D., et al.
1998ApJ...499..670B 61 53 Far-infrared emission from E and E/S0 galaxies. BREGMAN J.N., SNIDER B.A., GREGO L., et al.
1998ApJ...507..759A 4 5 63 The stellar dynamics and mass of NGC 1316 using the radial velocities of planetary nebulae. ARNABOLDI M., FREEMAN K.C., GERHARD O., et al.
1998MNRAS.298...42M 3 5 51 A possible theoretical explanation of metallicity gradients in elliptical galaxies. MARTINELLI A., MATTEUCCI F. and COLAFRANCESCO S.
1998MmSAI..69..217B 50 1 The M/L vs relation and the tilt of the fundamental plane. BUSARELLO G., LANZONI B., CAPACCIOLI M., et al.
1999A&A...351..487P 59 41 Global X-ray emission and central properties of early type galaxies. PELLEGRINI S.
1999A&AS..136..269F 21 53 A survey of the ISM in early-type galaxies. II. The dust. FERRARI F., PASTORIZA M.G., MACCHETTO F., et al.
1999AJ....117..744V 62 138 The black hole mass distribution in early-type galaxies: cusps in Hubble space telescope photometry interpreted through adiabatic black hole growth. VAN DER MAREL R.P.
1999ApJ...517..650R viz 135 33 Detailed surface photometry of dwarf elliptical and dwarf S0 galaxies in the Virgo cluster. RYDEN B.S., TERNDRUP D.M., POGGE R.W., et al.
1999ApJ...527..573K viz 82 139 Gradients of absorption-line strengths in elliptical galaxies. KOBAYASHI C. and ARIMOTO N.
1999ApJ...527..600D 17 6 Tidally compressed gas in centers of early-type and ultraluminous galaxies. DAS M. and JOG C.J.
1999MNRAS.302..209B 291 67 X-ray luminosities for a magnitude-limited sample of early-type galaxies from the ROSAT All-Sky Survey. BEUING J., DOBEREINER S., BOHRINGER H., et al.
1999MNRAS.306...35S 1 25 95 Tidal disruption rates of stars in observed galaxies. SYER D. and ULMER A.
1999MNRAS.306..199J 60 17 Stellar population of ellipticals in different environments: near-infrared spectroscopic observations. JAMES P.A. and MOBASHER B.
1999MNRAS.307..491B 2 14 84 Cosmic rays from remnants of quasars ? BOLDT E. and GHOSH P.
1999MNRAS.308...77C 38 81 The distribution of supermassive black holes in the nuclei of nearby galaxis. CATTANEO A., HAEHNELT M.G. and REES M.J.
1999MNRAS.309..447M 2 29 206 Rates of tidal disruption of stars by massive central black holes. MAGORRIAN J. and TREMAINE S.
1999MNRAS.309..623F 94 45 On the relationship between age and dynamics in elliptical galaxies. FORBES D.A. and PONMAN T.J.
1999MNRAS.310..879M 110 T K                 8 27 Dynamics of the boxy elliptical galaxy
NGC 1600.
MATTHIAS M. and GERHARD O.
1999PASP..111...57H viz 403 19 A test for large-scale systematic errors in maps of galactic reddening. HUDSON M.J.
1999Ap&SS.262..271O 24 ~ Dynamical properties of a sample of ellipticals. ORTEGA V.G., VIEIRA G.L. and DE FREITAS PACHECO J.A.
2000A&A...353..917L 89 62 Star formation history of early-type galaxies in low density environments. IV. What do we learn from nuclear line-strength indices? LONGHETTI M., BRESSAN A., CHIOSI C., et al.
2000A&A...360...85M 39 25 Colour distributions in E-S0 galaxies. VI. A discussion of colour gradients in ellipticals. MICHARD R.
2000A&A...360..439S viz 14 26 NGC 4672: A new case of an early-type disk galaxy with an orthogonally decoupled core. SARZI M., CORSINI E.M., PIZZELLA A., et al.
2000AJ....119..153S 5 5 81 The orbital structure and potential of NGC 1399. SAGLIA R.P., KRONAWITTER A., GERHARD O., et al.
2000AJ....119.1157G 7 9 198 Axisymmetric, three-integral models of galaxies: a massive black hole in NGC 3379. GEBHARDT K., RICHSTONE D., KORMENDY J., et al.
2000AJ....119.1645T 3 49 514 The stellar population histories of local early-type galaxies. I. Population parameters. TRAGER S.C., FABER S.M., WORTHEY G., et al.
2000AJ....120..110B 15 36 The intrinsic shape distribution of a sample of elliptical galaxies. BAK J. and STATLER T.S.
2000AJ....120..165T 3 56 504 The stellar population histories of early-type galaxies. II. Controlling parameters of the stellar populations. TRAGER S.C., FABER S.M., WORTHEY G., et al.
2000ApJ...536..319C 15 40 The distribution of stellar orbits in the giant elliptical galaxy NGC 2320. CRETTON N., RIX H.-W. and DE ZEEUW P.T.
2000ApJ...543..178G viz 6316 109 Nearby optical galaxies: selection of the sample and identification of groups. GIURICIN G., MARINONI C., CERIANI L., et al.
2000ApJS..128...85Q 33 47 A NICMOS survey of early-type galaxy centers: the relation between core properties, gas and dust content, and environment. QUILLEN A.C., BOWER G.A. and STRITZINGER M.
2000MNRAS.311..297D 2 1 8 Approximate third integrals for axisymmetric potentials using local Stackel fits. DE BRUYNE V., LEEUWIN F. and DEJONGHE H.
2000MNRAS.313L..29M 24 23 The black hole mass-galaxy age relation. MERRIFIELD M.R., FORBES D.A. and TERLEVICH A.I.
2000MNRAS.313..469S viz 15       D               571 111 Streaming motions of galaxy clusters within 12000km/s - I. New spectroscopic data. SMITH R.J., LUCEY J.R., HUDSON M.J., et al.
2000BASI...28..389D 19 0 Tidally compressed molecular gas in ultraluminous and early type galaxies. DAS M. and JOG C.J.
2001A&A...371..895D 82 33 Background galaxies as reddening probes throughout the Magellanic Clouds. DUTRA C.M., BICA E., CLARIA J.J., et al.
2001AJ....121.1936G 4 28 376 Dynamical family properties and dark halo scaling relations of giant elliptical galaxies. GERHARD O., KRONAWITTER A., SAGLIA R.P., et al.
2001ApJ...554L.129M viz 364 71 The LX-σ relation for galaxies and clusters of galaxies. MAHDAVI A. and GELLER M.J.
2001ApJ...562..297L 23 60 Using pulsars to detect massive black hole binaries via gravitational radiation: Sagittarius A* and nearby galaxies. LOMMEN A.N. and BACKER D.C.
2001MNRAS.320L..30M 3 33 304 Black hole demographics from the M.-σ relation. MERRITT D. and FERRARESE L.
2001MNRAS.326.1141R 75 20 Structural evolution in elliptical galaxies: the age-shape relation. RYDEN B.S., FORBES D.A. and TERLEVICH A.I.
2001MNRAS.326.1431G 92 29 Cold gas in elliptical galaxies. GEORGAKAKIS A., HOPKINS A.M., CAULTON A., et al.
2001MNRAS.328..461O viz 439 217 A catalogue and analysis of X-ray luminosities of early-type galaxies. O'SULLIVAN E., FORBES D.A. and PONMAN T.J.
2002A&A...391..531R 14 9 Near-infrared surface photometry of early-type galaxies. REMBOLD S.B., PASTORIZA M.G., DUCATI J.R., et al.
2002A&A...394..873H 44 32 Hot dust in normal star-forming galaxies: JHKL' photometry of the ISO Key Project sample. HUNT L.K., GIOVANARDI C. and HELOU G.
2002AJ....124..782V viz 941 44 Bar galaxies and their environments. VAN DEN BERGH S.
2002AJ....124.1975L 1 18 56 Galaxies with a central minimum in stellar luminosity density. LAUER T.R., GEBHARDT K., RICHSTONE D., et al.
2002ApJ...566..801R 90 76 Nuclear cusps and cores in early-type galaxies as relics of binary black hole mergers. RAVINDRANATH S., HO L.C. and FILIPPENKO A.V.
2002MNRAS.330..547T viz 239 188 A catalogue and analysis of local galaxy ages and metallicities. TERLEVICH A.I. and FORBES D.A.
2002MNRAS.331..935Y 1 42 180 Evolution of massive binary black holes. YU Q.
2002MNRAS.335..517V 2 15 124 A SAURON study of M32: measuring the intrinsic flattening and the central black hole mass. VEROLME E.K., CAPPELLARI M., COPIN Y., et al.
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