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1894AstAp..13..501F 19 1 Stars having peculiar spectra. FLEMING W.P.
1895ApJ.....2..177C 35 16 Stars whose spectra contain both bright and dark hydrogen lines. CAMPBELL W.W.
1906MNRAS..66..104B 43 1 The annular nebula in Lyra (M 57). BARNARD E.E.
1925ApJ....61..389M 200 27 Discovery and observations of stars of class Be. MERRILL P.W., HUMASON M.L. and BURWELL C.G.
1933ApJ....78...87M 417 175 Catalogue and bibliography of stars classes B and A whose spectra have bright hydrogen lines. MERRILL P.W. and BURWELL C.G.
1943ApJ....97..194S 9 40 Spectrographic observations of peculiar stars. V. SWINGS P. and STRUVE O.
1950ApJ...111..484M 7 34 Measurements in the combination spectra of RW Hydrae, BF Cygni and CI Cygni. MERRILL P.W.
1950AnAp...13...51T 65 T                   1 2 5 Le spectre de
AG Pegasi.
TCHENG M.-L.
1951ApJ...113..605M 66 T                   1 3 30 The spectrum of
BD +11 4673 during the years 1942-1950.
MERRILL P.
1951ApJ...114...37M 1 3 31 The spectrum of XX Ophiuchi in 1949 and 1950. MERRILL P.
1951ApJ...114..338M 65 T                   1 5 12 Displaced He lines in the spectrum of
BD +11 4673.
MERRILL P.W.
1952AnAp...15...12T 7 3 Le spectre de RY Scuti. TCHENG M.-L. and BLOCH M.
1952AnAp...15..104T 65 T                   1 10 8 Le spectre de
AG Pegasi.
TCHENG M.-L. and BLOCH M.
1952PASJ....4..157M 12 ~ A relationship between the emission line contours and the stability of the atmospheres of the P Cygni stars. MIYAMOTO S.
1953MNRAS.113..357B 35 45 Reports on the progress of astronomy general magnetic fields in the Sun and stars. BABCOCK H.W. and COWLING T.G.
1953GCRV..C......0W viz 13       D               1 15125 750 General Catalogue of Stellar Radial Velocities WILSON R.E.
1954AJ.....59..321G 65 T                   1 4 0 The emission spectrum of the magnetic variable
AG Pegasi.
GRANT G. and ALLER L.H.
1954ApJ...119..501B 14 8 A group of peculiar shell stars. BURBIDGE E.M. and BURBIDGE G.R.
1954ApJ...120...76B 65 T                   1 5 14 The abnormal atmosphere of
AG Pegasi.
BURBIDGE G.R. and BURBIDGE E.M.
1955AnAp...18..237M 24 16 Observations spectroscopiques de quelques etoiles Of (1). MANNINO G. and HUMBLET J.
1955AnAp...18..354G 14 14 Le spectre de AX Per et ses variations. GAUZIT J.
1956JO.....39...92A 86 0 Observations d'etoiles variables a longues periodes ou irregulieres. ASSOCIATION FRANCAISE D'OBSERVATEURS D'ETOILES VARIABLES.
1956JO.....39..207A 74 0 Observations d'etoiles variables a longues periodes ou irregulieres, effectuees par les membres de l'AFOEV. ASSOCIATION FRANCAISE D'OBSERVATEURS D'ETOILES VARIABLES.
1957PASP...69..137S 31 14 Spectra of bright-line stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud. SMITH H.J.
1958ApJ...128..207M 243 116 A spectroscopic and photometric study of the Be stars. MENDOZA V E.E.
1958ApJ...128..228B 114 96 Magnetic fields in the A-type stars. BABCOCK H.W.
1958ApJS....3..141B 337 562 A catalog of magnetic stars. BABCOCK H.W.
1958Lie57..20..177P 66 T                   1 4 0 The interpretation of hydrogen emission intensitiesin P Cygni and
AG Pegasi.
PAGEL B.E.J.
1959ApJ...129...44M 67 T                   1 2 23 Nebular lines in the spectrum of
AG Pegasi.
MERRILL P.W.
1959PASP...71..292M 13 2 Motions in stellar atmospheres. MERRILL P.W.
1959MNSSA..18...48S 3 5 Some bright variable stars. STOY R.H.
1959S&T....18..490M 67 T                   1 1 7 The story of
AG Pegasi.
MERRILL P.W.
1960AN....285..274R 2 11 Der Nova-ahnliche Veranderliche 377.1943 Sagittae. RICHTER G.
1962SvA.....6..483A 66 T                   1 1 ~ Spectrophotometry of
AG Peg.
ARKHIPOVA V.P. and DOKUCHAEVA O.D.
1963AJ.....68..637W 33 3 Lick Observatory Report. WHITFORD A.E.
1963SvA.....7...51A 24 5 Photometry of the continuous spectrum of rho Cyg type stars. ARKHIPOVA V.P.
1963SvA.....7..686A 28 ~ A determination of the dispersion of the absolute magnitude of P Cyg type stars. ARKHIPOVA V.P.
1964SvA.....8..134K 5 0 Spectral energy distribution near the Balmer limit for nonstable stars. KOLESNIK I.G. and FRANK-KAMENETSKII D.A.
1964VeBon..70....1S 337 1 Die galaktischem Emissions-B-Sterne. (Spektralklassifikation, Photometrie, Entwicklung und Verteilung in der Milchstrassenebene). SCHMIDT-KALER T.
1966ApJ...143..121W 7 9 The peculiar star 17 Leportis. WIDING K.G.
1966IzKry..35....5B 67 T                   1 3 2 Spectroscopic observations of the symbiotic stars Z Andromedae,
AG Pegasi and AG Draconis.
BOYARTCHUK A.A. and GERSHBERG R.E.
1966MmSAI..37..421M 4 3 Caratteristiche di simbiotica esibite della stella ad alta latitudine galattica TX CVn. MAMMANO A. and CHINCARINI G.
1966SvA....10...47M 17 6 Infrared spectra of stars (1 to 2.5 microns). MOROS W.I.
1966SvA....10..331B 67 T                   1 5 7 The continuous spectrum de
AG Peg.
BOYARCHUK A.A., ESIPOV V.F. and MOROZ V.I.
1966SvA....10..783B 67 T                   1 5 ~ Spectrophotometry of
AG Peg 1964-65.
BOYARCHUK A.A.
1967AJ.....72R.797F 67 T                   1 1 0 The region of formation of the metallic emission lines of
AG Pegasi.
FRIEDJUNG M.
1967S&T....34..381M 67 T                   1 1 0 The nature of
AG Pegasi.
MUMFORD G.S.
1967SvA....11....8B 72 T                   1 1 31 The nature of
AG Peg.
BOYARCHUK A.A.
1968AJ.....73..338C 233 18 Be stars and galactic rotation. CRAMPTON D.
1968BAN....19..326V 29 42 A study of stellar rotation. II. The region of Ap and Am stars and other slowly rotating A and B-type main-sequence stars. VAN DEN HEUVEL E.P.J.
1968SvA....12..110B 68 T                   1 1 9 Periodic brightness variations of
AG Peg.
BELYAKINA T.S.
1969ApJ...155L..91J 9 8 Narrow-band photometry of five combination-variable stars and the X-ray source Cyg X-2. JOHNSON H.M. and GOLSON J.C.
1969ApJ...157L..37W 18 43 Infrared emission from planetary nebulae. WOOLF N.J.
1969ApJ...157.1101G 215 33 Observations of the 21-cm hydrogen line toward high-latitude stars. GOLDSTEIN S.J. and MacDONALD D.D.
1969AcA....19...53J 5 4 Three-colour photometry of the eclipsing binary AG Persei. JONES D.H.P.
1970ApJ...160.1083S 132 116 Intrinsic polarization of early-type stars with extended atmospheres. SERKOWSKI K.
1970PASP...82..135H 8 2 HV 13055 as a symbiotic variable. HODGE P.W. and WRIGHT F.W.
1970PASP...82..765L 20 27 UBVRI photometry of infrared stars. LEE T.A.
1970LAstr..84..455D 5 1 Une nouvelle etoile variable a raies d'emission HBV 475. DUMORTIER B. and STRAM E.
1971PASP...83...62C 2 0 The reddening of Z Andromedae from Fe II permitted lines. CAPUTO F.
1971ATsir.624....2K 67 T                   1 3 0 Spectra of symbiotic stars
AG Peg and BF Cyg.
KOLOTILOV E.A.
1972PASP...84..240H 70 T                   1 1 20 The spectrum of the symbiotic star
AG Pegasi 1970-71.
HUTCHINGS J.B. and REDMAN R.O.
1972PASP...84..523S 49 108 Photometry of symbiotic and VV Cephei stars in the near infrared (with anote on MWC 56). SWINGS J.P. and ALLEN A.
1972PASP...84..528F 9 10 Miscellaneous UBV observations of symbiotic stars. FERNIE J.D.
1973ApJ...179..705S 1 9 65 The production of discrete, quantized outflow velocities by radiation pressure in stars, Seyfert nuclei, and quasi-stellar objects. SCARGLE J.D.
1973ApJ...184..687C 73 T                   1 1 31 A binary model for the symbiotic star
AG Pegasi.
COWLEY A. and STENCEL R.
1973MNRAS.165...77G 23 57 Infra-red photometry of RR Telescopii and other emission-line objects. GLASS I.S. and WEBSTER B.L.
1974A&A....34..181C 12 54 Properties and evolution of Bq stars. CIATTI F., D'ODORICO S. and MAMMANO A.
1974ApJ...187..651C 11 ~ On the problem of V1016 Cygni and the evolutionary stage of the symbiotic stars. CASSATELLA A., BARATTA G.B. and VIOTTI R.
1974MNRAS.167..319T 1 6 36 Spectroscopy of the eclipsing variable AR Pavonis. THACKERAY A.D. and HUTCHINGS J.B.
1974MNRAS.167..635A 11 12 Photometry of the eclipsing system AR Pavonis. ANDREWS P.J.
1975ApJ...201..404H 73 T                   1 2 55 Mass transfer in the symbiotic binary
AG Pegasi.
HUTCHINGS J.B., COWLEY A.P. and REDMAN R.O.
1976A&A....46...11A 121 72 A search for radio emission from stars. ALTENHOFF W.J., BRAES L.L.E., OLNON F.M., et al.
1976A&A....47..121S 3 10 The complex structure of the CaII (H and K) lines in the spectrum of the A0ep star with infrared excess HD 190073. II. Interpretation: the selective effect of radiative forces. SURDEJ J. and SWINGS J.P.
1976ApJ...204..293V 18 53 Forbidden and permitted emission lines of singly ionized as a diagnostic in the investigation of stellar emission-line spectra. VIOTTI R.
1976ATsir.918....1K 68 T                   1 4 0 Infrared photometry of symbiotic star
AG Peg.
KOLOTILOV E.A. and SHENAVRIN V.I.
1976MitVS...7..114S 68 T                   1 2 ~ Beobachtungen von BF Cyg.,
AG Pegasi auf Sonneberger Uberwachungsplatten.
SPLITTGERBER E.
1977A&A....58..105W 171 22 Observations of radio stars at 10.6 GHz. WOODSWORTH A.W. and HUGHES V.A.
1977A&AS...27...47H 280 10 Uvby beta photometry of equatorial and southern bright stars. HECK A.
1977A&AS...27...55P 90 12 Binaires spectroscopiques - 13e catalogue complementaire. PEDOUSSAUT A. and NADAL R.
1977A&AS...30..381W 63 14 Positions of radio stars. WALTER H.G.
1977AJ.....82..665P 54 8 Henry Norris Russel prize lecture of the American Astronomical society fifty years of novae. PAYNE-GAPOSCHKIN C.H.
1977ApJ...211..377T 14 22 Discrete states of redshift and galaxy dynamics. III. Abnormal galaxies and stars. TIFFT W.G.
1977ApJ...211..429G 68 T                   1 4 17 Radio emission from
AG Pegasi.
GREGORY P.C., KWOK S. and SEAQUIST E.R.
1977ApJ...217..140S 22 73 Infrared photometry of dwarf novae and possibly related objects. SZKODY P.
1977MNRAS.178..203B 2 5 58 Symbiotic stars-A binary model with super-critical accretion. BATH G.T.
1977MNRAS.179..499F 1 9 74 The infrared variability and nature of symbiotic stars. FEAST M.W., ROBERTSON B.S.C. and CATCHPOLE R.M.
1977MNRAS.179..587W 17 29 High-speed photometry of symbiotic stars and recurrent novae. WALKER A.R.
1977AN....298..121B 249 18 Beobachtungsergebnisse der Berliner Arbeitsgemeinschaft fur veranderliche Sterne e.V.(BAV). BRAUNE W., HUEBSCHER J. and MUNDRY E.
1977MmRAS..83....1T 1 13 126 The evolution of the nebular spectrum of the slow nova RR Telescopii. THACKERAY A.D.
1978A&AS...34..211M 14 4 Evolution of TX CVn from cataclysmic to stationary P Cyg stage. MAMMANO A. and TAFFARA S.
1978MNRAS.182p..57A 7 ~ Steam in RR Telescopii and Henize 2-38. ALLEN D.A., BEATTIE D.H., LEE T.J., et al.
1978MNRAS.184..893W 91 34 Radio observations of symbiotic stars. WRIGHT A.E. and ALLEN D.A.
1978PDAO...15..121B 974 273 Seventh catalogue of the orbital elements of spectroscopic binary systems. BATTEN A.H., FLETCHER J.M. and MANN P.J.
1979ApJ...229..994G 69 T                   1 4 34 Ultraviolet photometry from the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory. XXXIII. The symbiotic star
AG Pegasi.
GALLAGHER J.S., HOLM A.V., ANDERSON C.M., et al.
1979PASP...91..519B 13 10 A survey of symbiotic stars at 1612 MHz. BROCKA B.
1979IBVS.1611....1M 2 4 54 Discovery of a period in the symbiotic star AG Dra. MEINUNGER L.
1980AJ.....85..451C 33 28 A radio molecular maser line study of symbiotic stars. COHEN N.L. and GHIGO F.D.
1980ApJ...242..188A 1 4 32 Observational studies of the symbiotic stars. I. H alpha profile variations in CH Cygni. ANDERSON C.M., OLIVERSEN N.A. and NORDSIECK K.H.
1980ApJS...43..501C viz 541 38 Ultraviolet photometry from the orbiting astronomical observatory. XXXIV. Filter photometry of 531 stars of diverse types. CODE A.D., HOLM A.V. and BOTTEMILLER R.L.
1980MNRAS.192..521A 71 98 On the late-type components of slow novae and symbiotic stars. ALLEN D.A.
1980IBVS.1813....1B 6 9 Photoelectric observations of symbiotic stars. BURCHI R.
1980IUE80......397P 19 ~ The impact of IUE on binary star studies. PLAVEC M.J.
1980IUE80......443K 69 T                   1 4 ~ Analysis of the symbiotic star
AG Pegasi.
KEYES C.D. and PLAVEC M.J.
1980IUE80......451S 20 ~ IUE observations of symbiotic stars. SAHADE J. and BRANDI E.
1980IUE80......461L 7 ~ Ultraviolet spectroscopy of old novae and symbiotic stars. LAMBERT D.L., SLOVAK M.H., SHIELDS G.A., et al.
1981A&A...103L...3S 25 16 Line widths in peculiar emission line objects. SWINGS J.P. and ANDRILLAT Y.
1981ApJ...245..988G 69 T                   1 3 8 VLA observations of
AG Pegasi, R Aquarii, and R Leonis at 6 cm.
GHIGO F.D. and COHEN N.L.
1981ApJ...246..899B 33 81 A search for weak longitudinal magnetic fields on late-type stars. BROWN D.N. and LANDSTREET J.D.
1981ApJ...247L.127A 1 4 36 X-ray detection of the symbiotic star AG Draconis. ANDERSON C.M., CASSINELLI J.P. and SANDERS W.T.
1981IBVS.2016....1M 71 T                   1 1 12 The period of the symbiotic star
AG Peg.
MEINUNGER L.
1981Obs...101..172W 34 29 Symbiotic stars as an old disk population. WALLERSTEIN G.
1982A&AS...47..341K 546 10 Picture gallery : a structured presentation of DAO-2 photometric data supported by OAO-2 spectrophotometric data and UBV, and TD1 observations. KOORNNEEF J., MEADE M.R., WESSELIUS P.R., et al.
1982ApJ...256..206P 1 9 59 Energy distribution in the strongly interacting binary system SX Cassiopeiae. PLAVEC M.J., WEILAND J.L. and KOCH R.H.
1982ApJ...257..204K 1 6 31 IUE observations of the peculiar star RX Puppis. KAFATOS M., MICHALITSIANOS A.G. and FEIBELMAN W.A.
1982ApJ...260..655Z 417 72 Lambda 10830 He I observations of 455 stars. ZIRIN H.
1982ApJ...262..282S 17 10 A search for magnetic fields in the symbiotic and VV Cephei variables. SLOVAK M.H.
1982MNRAS.198..321P 53 83 Radio observations of early-type emission-line stars and related objects. PURTON C.R., FELDMAN P.A., MARSH K.A., et al.
1982MNRAS.201..901D 231 43 Optical observations of ultraviolet objects. II. Classification and photometry (l= 0 to 145). DWORETSKY M.M., WHITELOCK P.A. and CARNOCHAN D.J.
1982PASP...94..165K 3 2 30 The orbital period of the symbiotic star AX Persei. KENYON S.J.
1982BICDS..23...53H 441 0 Variable stars in the General Catalogue of trigonometric parallaxes. HOFFLEIT D.
1982JAVSO..11...67S 69 T                   1 2 7 Periodogram studies of the light curves of CI Cygni and
AG Pegasi.
SLOVAK M.H.
1982IAUCo..70....1S 14 ~ Fifty years of symbiotic stars. SAHADE J.
1982IAUCo..70...17K 7 ~ Radio observations of symbiotic stars. KWOK S.
1982IAUCo..70...27A 101 ~ Infrared studies of symbiotic stars. ALLEN D.A.
1982IAUCo..70...47A 10 ~ Near IR spectra of symbiotic stars. ANDRILLAT Y.
1982IAUCo..70...57A 7 ~ Photographic infrared spectra of symbiotic stars. ANDRILLAT Y. and HOUZIAUX L.
1982IAUCo..70...61C 20 ~ Properties of symbiotic stars from studies in the optical region. CIATTI F.
1982IAUCo..70...71O 23 ~ Spectra of individual symbiotic stars. OLIVERSEN N.A. and ANDERSON C.M.
1982IAUCo..70...85N 7 ~ UV line emission of symbiotic stars. NUSSBAUMER H.
1982IAUCo..70..103S 8 ~ Ultraviolet properties of the symbiotic stars. SLOVAK M.H. and LAMBERT D.L.
1982IAUCo..70..173A 4 ~ Variability of HBV 475 in the near infrared. ANDRILLAT Y.
1982IAUCo..70..231P 6 ~ The symbiotics as binary stars. PLAVEC M.J.
1982IAUCo..70..253F 13 ~ Models for symbiotic stars in the light of the data. FRIEDJUNG M.
1982IAUCo..70..269K 8 ~ Symbiotic star UV emission and theoretical models. KAFATOS M.
1982IAUCo..70..283T 10 ~ On the model of symbiotic stars. TUTUKOV A.V. and YUNGELSON L.R.
1982IAUCo..70..297S 15 ~ Concluding remarks. SWINGS J.P.
1982IUE82.......89H 18 ~ IUE observations of symbiotic stars. HACK M.
1982IUE82......448S 5 ~ Low resolution ultraviolet and optical spectrophotometry of symbioticstars. SLOVAK M.H.
1982IUE3r......203F 13 ~ A review of the ultraviolet results about symbiotic stars. FRIEDJUNG M. and VIOTTI R.
1983A&A...124..309E 44 6 Flux density monitoring of radio stars observable by Hipparcos at S-Band and X-Band. ESTALELLA R., PAREDES J.M. and RIUS A.
1983A&A...126..407F 7 32 Evidence for a warm wind from the red star in symbiotic binaries. FRIEDJUNG M., STENCEL R.E. and VIOTTI R.
1983AJ.....88..666K 80 95 Infrared spectroscopy of symbiotic stars and the nature of their cool components. KENYON S.J. and GALLAGHER J.S.
1983ApJ...273..280K 1 7 57 The outbursts of symbiotic novae. KENYON S.J. and TRURAN J.W.
1983ApJ...275..271H 1 3 17 The 1982 ultraviolet eclipse of the symbiotic binary AR Pav. HUTCHINGS J.B., COWLEY A.P., AKE T.B., et al.
1983ApJS...53..573B 16 75 Spectrophotometric observations of symbiotic stars and related objects. BLAIR W.P., STENCEL R.E., FEIBELMAN W.A., et al.
1983MNRAS.202..317C 461 40 A survey of ultraviolet objects CARNOCHAN D.J. and WILSON R.
1983MNRAS.203..373F 7 28 The infrared variability and nature of symbiotic stars. V. Seven more systems. FEAST M.W., CATCHPOLE R.M., WHITELOCK P.A., et al.
1983MNRAS.204.1009R 20 39 Symbiotic stars : spectrophotometry at 3-4 and 8-13 microns. ROCHE P.F., ALLEN D.A. and AITKEN D.K.
1983PASP...95..217W 18 27 Emission-line profiles for selected planetary nebulae and symbiotic stars V1016 Cygni and HM Sagittae. WELTY D.E.
1983PASP...95..610W 65 46 Emission-line fluxes of planetary nebulae and related objects. WEBSTER B.L.
1983MmSAI..54..493B 20 3 New results on symbiotic stars. BARATTA G.B. and VIOTTI R.
1983MitVS...9...92M 69 T                   1 3 7 Photoelektrische und photographische Beobachtungen des symbiotischen Sternes
AG Pegasi.
MEINUNGER L.
1983IAUS..103..321K 5 0 Comparison of planetary nebulae and symbiotic star emitting regions. KEYES C.D.
1984A&AS...55...69D 47 13 Stellar magnetic fields. DIDELON P.
1984A&AS...56...17S 21 31 IUE low dispersion observations of symbiotic objects. SAHADE J., BRANDI E. and FONTENLA J.M.
1984ApJ...279..252K 2 27 227 The nature of symbiotic stars. KENYON S.J. and WEBBINK R.F.
1984ApJ...284..202S 61 162 A radio survey of symbiotic stars. SEAQUIST E.R., TAYLOR A.R. and BUTTON S.
1984MNRAS.209....1C 68 19 Optical positions and proper motions of radio stars CLEMENTS E.D. and ARGYLE R.W.
1984ATsir1320....7L 35 0 Declinations of 35 radiostars. LAZORENKO P.F.
1984IBVS.2495....1L 70 T                   1 1 7 On the period of
AG Pegasi.
LUTHARDT R.
1984IzKry..69...71N 307 0 The observations of the emission from some stars at millimeter wavelengths. NESTEROV N.S.
1984PASAu...5..369A 145 216 A catalogue of symbiotic stars. ALLEN D.A.
1984SciAm.251g..70K 10 0 Symbiotic stars. KAFATOS M. and MICHALITSIANOS A.G.
1984IUE84......408K 5 ~ Physical models for the UV continua of symbiotic stars. KENYON S.J.
1985A&A...142..333S 17 22 Linear polarization of symbiotic stars. SCHULTE-LADBECK R.
1985ApJ...295..620O 2 3 35 Observational studies of the symbiotic stars. III. High-dispersion IUE and H alpha observations of EG Andromedae. OLIVERSEN N.A., ANDERSON C.M., STENCEL R.E., et al.
1985MNRAS.212..939P 75 T                   1 2 46 On the ultraviolet spectrum of
AG Peg.
PENSTON M.V. and ALLEN D.A.
1985PASP...97..268K 3 9 The 1984 eclipse of the symbiotic binary SY Muscae. KENYON S.J., MICHALITSIANOS A.G., LUTZ J.H., et al.
1985PASP...97..653F 72 T                   1 3 25 The period of
AG Pegasi: having another go.
FERNIE J.D.
1985AZh....62..930I 12 3 Spectrophotometric observations of symbiotic stars. IPATOV A.P. and YUDIN B.F.
1985BAAS...17..886P 70 T                   1 2 1 Far-UV observations of the symbiotic star
AG Peg.
POLIDAN R.S. and KEYES C.D.
1985IBVS.2697....1B 71 T                   1 1 7 The symbiotic star
AG Pegasi : UBV photometry during 1962-1984.
BELYAKINA T.S.
1985IBVS.2724....1M 10 5 Spectra of 10 symbiotic stars. MARTEL M.T. and GRAVINA R.
1985IBVS.2750....1M 25 11 UBV observations of symbiotic stars in July and October 1982. MARTEL M.T. and GRAVINA R.
1986A&A...164...73D 8 18 Very high mass transfer rates in binaries containing low mass giants. DE KOOL M., VAN DEN HEUVEL E.P.J. and RAPPAPORT S.A.
1986A&AS...65...51I 8 9 Low resolution spectrophotometry of symbiotic stars. IPATOV A.P. and YUDIN B.F.
1986Afz....24..265L 23 4 Characteristics of the cold components of symbiotic stars. LUUD L. and LEEDJAERV L.
1986Ap&SS.127..143K 68 2 A search for the H-alpha emission in spectroscopic binaries of the spectral types B0-B9. KOGURE T. and SUZUKI M.
1986CoKon..86..365L 70 T                   1 1 0 On the period of the symbiotic star
AG Pegasi.
LUTHARDT R.
1986IBVS.2887....1M 13 1 Observations of W Serpentis stars. MARKWORTH N.L., GANN R.L., RAFERT J.B., et al.
1986IrAJ...17..392B 1 ~ Symbiotic stars. BOYARCHUK A.A.
1986IzKry..75..136B 70 T                   1 3 3 The UBV-photometry of the symbiotic stars Z and
AG Peg.
BELYAKINA T.S.
1986PAZh...12..936I 70 T                   1 1 1 Spectrophotometric observations of
AG Pegasi.
IPATOV A.P. and YUDIN B.F.
1986SSRv...43..139D 72 21 Semidetached systems : evolutionary viewpoints and observational constraints. DE GREVE J.P.
1986NIA86......447N 6 ~ IUE capabilities and a new approach to symbiotic stars. NUSSBAUMER H.
1987A&A...182...51N 4 6 118 A new approach to symbiotic stars. NUSSBAUMER H. and VOGEL M.
1987AJ.....93..938K 133 166 The cool components of symbiotic stars. I. Optical spectral types. KENYON S.J. and FERNANDEZ-CASTRO T.
1987Afz....26..457L 73 11 Symbiotic stars observed fom the IRAS satellite. LUUD L. and TUVIKENE T.
1987ATsir1495....7Y 70 T                   1 1 0 The nature of light variaton on symbiotic star
AG Peg.
YUDIN B.F.
1987AZh....64..867T 8 1 The spectral classification of the cool components of symbiotic stars. TARANOVA O.G. and YUDIN B.F.
1987Ap&SS.130..235P 12 5 EUV and FUV observations of cataclysmic variables. POLIDAN R.S. and CARONE T.E.
1987Ap&SS.131..775B 72 T                   1 1 10
AG Pegasi : the episode of minimum 1985.
BOYARCHUK A.A., BELYAKINA T.S., TARASOV A.E., et al.
1987BAAS...19.1087S 70 T                   1 1 0 A revised orbit for the symbiotic nova
AG Pegasi.
SLOVAK M.H. and LAMBERT D.L.
1987IzKry..76...51B 6 2 U - B and B - V diagram for hydrogen gas with 10 6 cm-3 electron density. BELYAKINA T.S. and MINIKULOV N.H.
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1988AJ.....96..337K 166 69 The cool components of symbiotic stars. II. Infrared photometry. KENYON S.J.
1988ApJ...327L..85J 3 2 24 Indirect IUE observation of O VI from photoexcited fluorescence linesof Fe II, present in the spectrum of RR Telescopii. JOHANSSON S.
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1988IBVS.3255....1A 3 2 KX TrA = Cn 1-2 = PK 326-10 1. ALLEN D.
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1989IBVS.3364....1H 29 22 Call for a campaign of long-term photometry of symbiotic stars. HRIC L. and SKOPAL A.
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1994AJ....108.2259D 3 7 68 A new spectroscopic orbit for RS Ophiuchi. DOBRZYCKA D. and KENYON S.J.
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1995A&A...297L..87M 108 T K                 8 27 The ROSAT spectrum of the symbiotic nova
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1995Ap&SS.224..557S 10 0 Circumstellar matter in selected symbiotic stars. SKOPAL A.
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1995Obs...115..185Z 73 T                   1 4 AG Pegasi: will accretion begin soon? ZAMANOV R.K. and TOMOV N.A.
1995SSRv...74..313C 24 3 Highly evolved close binary stars. CHEREPASHCHUK A.M.
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1996PASP..108...81H 7 17 ROSAT observations of the symbiotic stars PU Vulpeculae and FG Serpentis, and the cataclysmic variable V Sagittae. HOARD D.W., WALLERSTEIN G. and WILLSON L.A.
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1998A&AS..129..479T 111 T K                 1 7 The visual line spectrum of
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