SV* HV 4476 , the SIMBAD biblio

SV* HV 4476 , the SIMBAD biblio (50 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.8 - 2022.07.06CEST21:59:45


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1973PZ.....19....3S 6 16 Bright variable stars in the Andromeda M 31 and Triangulum M 33 Nebulae. SHAROV A.S.
1974ApJ...191..603S 42 164 Steps towards the Hubble constant. II. The brightest stars in late-type spiral galaxies. SANDAGE A. and TAMMANN G.A.
1975ApJ...200..426H 68 T                   1 8 33 The spectra of
AE Andromedae and the Hubble-Sandage variables in M 31 and M 33.
HUMPHREYS R.M.
1975SvAL....1...30S 4 4 Spectra and color indices of bright irregular variables in M 31 and M 33. SHAROV A.S., ESIPOV V.F. and LYUTYI V.M.
1975IAUS...67..275S 18 17 S Dor-type variables in other galaxies. SHAROV A.S.
1978ApJ...219..445H 20 29 Luminous variable stars in M 31 and M 33. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1981PZ.....21..484S 8 1 Luminous variable stars in the Andromeda M 31 and the Triangulum M 33 nebulae in 1973-1979. SHAROV A.S.
1981PZ.....21..485S 12 1 Luminous variable stars in the Andromeda M 31 and the Triangulum M 33 nebulae in 1973-1979. SHAROV A.S.
1985ApJ...290..542K 8 31 Spectroscopy of the winds from Hubble-Sandage stars in M 31 and M 33. KENYON S.J. and GALLAGHER III J.S.
1987IAUS..122..409W 11 7 Some observations relevant to the theory of extended envelopes. WOLF B.
1988TarOT..89..173L 10 0 P Cygni type stars. LUUD L.
1990AZh....67..723S 6 2 Variability of Hubble-Sandage objects in M 31 and M 33. SHAROV A.S.
1991PASP..103.1053V 26 49 The stellar populations of M 31. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1992MNSSA..51..121C 16 0 Recent variability in the S Doradus-type star AG Carinae. COOPER T.P.
1993BAAS...25.1320H 4 ~ HST spectra of the Hubble-Sandage variables in M31 and M33. HUMPHREYS R.M., DAVIDSON K., WALBORN N.R., et al.
1994PASP..106.1025H 6 40 775 The luminous blue variables: astrophysical geysers. HUMPHREYS R.M. and DAVIDSON K.
1994AGAb...10...36S 10 1 Groundbased and HST spectroscopic observations of LBVs in M 31 and M 33. SZEIFERT T., STAHL O., WOLF B., et al.
1994BAAS...26..914H 7 ~ Space telescope observations of the Hubble-Sandage variables (or LBV's) in M 31 and M 33. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1996A&A...314..131S 31 31 HST and groundbased observations of the `Hubble-Sandage' variables in M 31 and M 33. SZEIFERT T., HUMPHREYS R.M., DAVIDSON K., et al.
1998ApJ...507..210K 31 12 Discovery of candidate luminous blue variables in M31. KING N.L., WALTERBOS R.A.M. and BRAUN R.
1998A&ARv...8..145D 68 116 The yellow hypergiants. DE JAGER C.
2000JAVSO..28..127H 83 1 The Milton bureau revisited. HOFFLEIT D.
2002yCat.2237....0D viz 15       D               1 3850 43 Catalogue of Stellar Photometry in Johnson's 11-color system. DUCATI J.R.
2003A&A...412..771J 37   K                 4 6 Anomalously bright UV lines of Fe II as a probe of gas condensations in the vicinity of hot stars. JOHANSSON S. and LETOKHOV V.S.
2003AJ....126..175B viz 15       D               270 44 DIRECT distances to nearby galaxies using detached eclipsing binaries and cepheids. IX. Variables in the field M31Y discovered with image subtraction. BONANOS A.Z., STANEK K.Z., SASSELOV D.D., et al.
2004ApJ...615..475S 1 29 101 The missing luminous blue variables and the bistability jump. SMITH N., VINK J.S. and DE KOTER A.
2004ApJ...616..506E 38 42 Infrared observations of the candidate LBV 1806-20 and nearby cluster stars. EIKENBERRY S.S., MATTHEWS K., LAVINE J.L., et al.
2006AJ....131.2478M viz 15       D               1 554 277 A survey of Local Group galaxies currently forming stars. I. UBVRI photometry of stars in M 31 and M 33. MASSEY P., OLSEN K.A.G., HODGE P.W., et al.
2007NewAR..51..443J 379           X         10 15 10 Astrophysical lasers and nonlinear optical effects in space. JOHANSSON S. and LETOKHOV V.S.
2007RMxAC..30...17V 17 4 Mass loss from luminous blue variables and quasi-periodic modulations of radio supernovae. VINK J.S. and KOTAK R.
2007AJ....134.2474M viz 243       D     X C       6 392 71 A survey of local group galaxies currently forming stars. III. A search for luminous blue variables and other Hα emission-line stars. MASSEY P., McNEILL R.T., OLSEN K.A.G., et al.
2008NewAR..52..419V 76               F     1 40 11 Mass loss and the evolution of massive stars. VINK J.S.
2010AstL...36..362F 6 8 Instability of LBV stars against radial oscillations. FADEYEV Yu.A.
2011ApJ...735...39U 78             C       1 31 6 Blue luminous stars in nearby Galaxies–UIT 005: a possible link to the luminous blue variable stage. URBANEJA M.A., HERRERO A., LENNON D.J., et al.
2011AJ....142..139A viz 16       D               1 4380 47 A new catalog of H II regions in M31. AZIMLU M., MARCINIAK R. and BARMBY P.
2012Natur.482..375R 94 50 Light echoes reveal an unexpectedly cool η-Carinae during its nineteenth-century Great Eruption. REST A., PRIETO J.L., WALBORN N.R., et al.
2013A&A...555A.116M 79             C       1 26 13 Broad-band spectroscopy of the ongoing large eruption of the luminous blue variable R71. MEHNER A., BAADE D., RIVINIUS T., et al.
2014ApJ...785...11L 377       D     X C       9 39 8 Properties of M31. IV. Candidate luminous blue variables from PAndromeda. LEE C.-H., SEITZ S., KODRIC M., et al.
2014ApJ...788...83M 40           X         1 45 37 A modern search for Wolf-Rayet stars in the Magellanic Clouds: first results. MASSEY P., NEUGENT K.F., MORRELL N., et al.
2014ApJ...790...48H viz 779       D     X C       19 102 30 Luminous and variable stars in M31 and M33. II. Luminous blue variables, candidate LBVs, Fe II emission line stars, and other supergiants. HUMPHREYS R.M., WEIS K., DAVIDSON K., et al.
2015MNRAS.447.2459S 773     A D     X C F     18 13 16 New luminous blue variables in the Andromeda galaxy. SHOLUKHOVA O., BIZYAEV D., FABRIKA S., et al.
2015PASP..127..347H 65     A     X         2 10 7 A new luminous blue variable in M 31. HUMPHREYS R.M., MARTIN J.C. and GORDON M.S.
2016ApJ...825...64H 387       D     X C       9 59 34 On the social traits of luminous blue variables. HUMPHREYS R.M., WEIS K., DAVIDSON K., et al.
2016AJ....152...62M viz 16       D               3 76 14 A spectroscopic survey of massive stars in M31 and M33. MASSEY P., NEUGENT K.F. and SMART B.M.
2017ApJ...836...64H viz 184       D     X         5 209 12 Luminous and variable stars in M31 and M33. IV. Luminous blue variables, candidate LBVs, B[e] supergiants, and the warm hypergiants: how to tell them apart. HUMPHREYS R.M., GORDON M.S., MARTIN J.C., et al.
2017ApJ...844...40H viz 17       D               2 68 3 Luminous and variable stars in M31 and M33. V. The upper HR diagram. HUMPHREYS R.M., DAVIDSON K., HAHN D., et al.
2018AJ....156..294A 17       D               1 107 ~ Shedding light on the isolation of luminous blue variables. AADLAND E., MASSEY P., NEUGENT K.F., et al.
2020ApJ...893...11S viz 90             C       1 17 ~ Variability of massive stars in M31 from the Palomar Transient Factory. SORAISAM M.D., BILDSTEN L., DROUT M.R., et al.
2020MNRAS.497..687S 45           X         1 28 ~ Luminous blue variable candidates in M31. SARKISYAN A., SHOLUKHOVA O., FABRIKA S., et al.
2022RAA....22a5022S 50           X         1 37 ~ Photometric and Spectroscopic Analysis of LBV Candidate J004341.84+411112.0 in M31. SARKISYAN A., SHOLUKHOVA O., FABRIKA S., et al.

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