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1892AN....129..297E 118 1 Stars with remarkable spectra ESPIN T.E.
1894AstAp..13..159E 1 0 New variable star. ESPIN T.E.
1955JO.....38..285A 216 0 Observations d'etoiles variables a longues periodes ou irregulieres effectuees par les membres de l'Association Francaise d'Observateurs d'Etoiles Variables et recues durant les annees 1946 a 1952 a l'Observatoire de Lyon. ASSOCIATION FRANCAISE D'OBSERVATEURS D'ETOILES VARIABLES.
1956ApJ...124..346C 729 20 Spectral classification of red variables along the galactic equator. CAMERON D. and NASSAU J.J.
1956JO.....39...12A 131 0 Observations d'etoiles variables. ASSOCIATION FRANCAISE D'OBSERVATEURS D'ETOILES VARIABLES.
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.
1958ApJ...128..510N 1393 24 The distribution of the BD M-type stars along the galactic equator NECKEL H.
1966AnAp...29..525J 33 26 The law of interstellar extinction in Per. JOHNSON H.L. and MENDOZA V E.E.
1967ApJ...149..345J 27 46 The colors of M supergiants. JOHNSON H.L.
1969AJ.....74..413T 51 9 Changes in the near-infrared spectra of fifty-one red variable stars. TERRILL C.L.
1969PASP...81..134L 56 10 UBV observations of long-period variable stars. VI. LANDOLT A.U.
1970AJ.....75..602H 691 193 The space distribution and kinematics of supergiants. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1970ApJ...160.1149H 106 36 M supergiants in the Perseus arm. HUMPHREYS R.W.
1970ApJ...161L.105G 57 101 Infrared excesses - low-excitation emission lines and mass loss. GEISEL S.L.
1971A&A....10..290S 31 90 Luminosities, masses and periodicities of massive red supergiants. STOTHERS R. and LEUNG K.-C.
1971ApJ...164...83G 96 149 Observations of infrared radiation from cool stars. GILLETT F.C., MERRILL K.M. and STEIN W.A.
1972PASP...84..373S 103 34 A recalibration of the absolute magnitudes of supergiants. STOTHERS R.
1973ApJ...186..193M 76 73 Broad-band 20-micron photometry of 76 stars. MORRISON D. and SIMON T.
1973MNRAS.165..337A 23 11 Absolute magnitudes of semi-regular variables in the solar vicinity from statistical parallaxes. ASLAN Z.
1974ApJ...188...75H 1 9 65 Veiling and the presence of circumstellar gas and dust in some infrared stars. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1975AJ.....80..512B 66 13 1612-MHz survey of M supergiants. BOWERS P.F.
1975ApJ...195..423F 1 25 205 Circumstellar grains and the intrinsic polarization of starlight. FORREST W.J., GILLETT F.C. and STEIN W.A.
1977ApJ...218..181F 19 23 On the near-infrared excesses of very cool supergiants. FAWLEY W.M.
1978ApJ...222..209W 125 126 Photoelectric two-dimensional spectral classification of M supergiants. WHITE N.M. and WING R.F.
1978ApJS...38..309H 1049 1136 Studies of luminous stars in nearby galaxies. I. Supergiants and O stars in the Milky Way. HUMPHREYS R.M.
1979ATsir1040....4P 10 1 A search for 18-cm OH radio emission from Miras and semiregular variables. PASHCHENKO M.I. and RUDNITSKIJ G.M.
1979ATsir1070....1K 6 0 Statistical analysis of the light curves of the variable stars. KLYUS I.A.
1981AJ.....86.1930B 70 18 Supergiant OH/IR stars. BOWERS P.F.
1982MNRAS.200..197R 27 107 Radiative transfer in dust clouds. II. Circumstellar dust shells around early M giants and supergiants. ROWAN-ROBINSON M. and HARRIS S.
1982PZ.....21..763K 69 T                   1 1 0 A statistical analysis of the light curve of the variable star
W Persei.
1984Afz....20..239A 24 1 Periods, amplitudes and luminosities of red supergiants. ABRAHAMIAN H.V.
1985ApJS...57...91E 296 239 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.
1985Afz....22..335V 27 1 The dependence of the polarization degree of the light of cool supergiants on their I-K colour. VARDANIAN R.A.
1986A&AS...65..607O 5418 387 IRAS catalogues and atlases. Atlas of Low-Resolution Spectra. OLNON F.M., RAIMOND E. (The IRAS Science Team)
1986ApJ...307L..15L 2 20 220 Carbon stars with silicate dust in their circumstellar shells. LITTLE-MARENIN I.R.
1986MNRAS.222..273R 136 118 Models for IRAS observations of circumstellar dust shells around late-type stars. ROWAN-ROBINSON M., LOCK T.D., WALKER D.W., et al.
1987ApJ...315..654V 468 41 On the contribution of interstellar extinction to the 10 micron dust feature in OH/IR stars. VOLK K. and KWOK S.
1988MNRAS.235..603S 45 24 Circumstellar environments - III. M-supergiants. SKINNER C.J. and WHITMORE B.
1988AZh....65.1250Y 132 0 An analysis of correlations between polarimetric and photometric properties of young stars. YUDIN R.V.
1989AJ.....97.1120S 112 39 Infrared circumstellar shells : origins, and clues to the evolution of massive stars. STENCEL R.E., PESCE J.E. and HAGEN BAUER W.
1989PASJ...41..779N 214 20 Infrared spectra and circumstellar emission of late-type stars. NOGUCHI K.
1990ApJS...73..769J 289 96 Mass-losing M supergiants in the solar neighborhood. JURA M. and KLEINMANN S.G.
1990PASJ...42..419N 170 11 Statistical characteristics of the ten-micron silicate emission in M-type stars. NOGUCHI K.
1990VilOB..85...50J 233 5 Photoelectric photometry of G-M stars in the Vilnius system. JASEVICIUS V., KURILIENE G., STRAZDAITE V., et al.
1991ApJ...368..570S 89 50 IRAS low-resolution spectral observations of the 10 and 18 micron silicate emission features. SIMPSON J.P.
1992A&A...254..133L 202 80 A complete survey of OH/IR objects from the IRAS LRS sources within a domain of the color diagram. LE SQUEREN A.M., SIVAGNANAM P., DENNEFELD M., et al.
1992A&AS...94..211G 556 232 Galactic OB associations in the Northern Milky Way Galaxy. I. Longitudes 55 to 150. GARMANY C.D. and STENCEL R.E.
1993A&A...267..515O viz 249 117 Characterization and proportion of very cold C-rich circumstellar envelopes. OMONT A., LOUP C., FORVEILLE T., et al.
1995AJ....110.2910H 67 11 An infrared color-magnitude relationship. HICKMAN M.A., SLOAN G.C. and CANTERNA R.
1996ApJS..106..463J viz 182 42 SiO maser sources in the outer disk of the galaxy. JIANG B.W., DEGUCHI S., YAMAMURA I., et al.
1996JBAA..106..246B 31 1 Red supergiants, neutrinos and the double cluster. BRELSTAFF T.
1997A&A...323L..49P viz 14       D               1 118339 2498 The Hipparcos Catalogue. PERRYMAN M.A.C., LINDEGREN L., KOVALEVSKY J., et al.
1997AJ....113.1315J 95 21 Identification of IRAS sources in the outer disk of the galaxy. JIANG B.W., DEGUCHI S., HU J.Y., et al.
1997ApJS..112..557K viz 11280 205 Classification and identification of IRAS sources with low-resolution spectra. KWOK S., VOLK K. and BIDELMAN W.P.
1998A&AS..129...45J 129 25 Infrared giants vs. supergiants. II. CO observations. JOSSELIN E., LOUP C., OMONT A., et al.
1998ApJS..119..141S viz 635 90 The infrared spectral classification of oxygen-rich dust shells. SLOAN G.C. and PRICE S.D.
1998MNRAS.301.1083S 74 36 Silicate and hydrocarbon emission from galactic M supergiants. SYLVESTER R.J., SKINNER C.J. and BARLOW M.J.
1999PASP..111..203P 32 11 Long-term changes in Mira stars. III. Multiperiodicity in Mira stars. PERCY J.R. and BAGBY D.H.
2000A&A...357..225J viz 75 35 Observational investigation of mass loss of M supergiants. JOSSELIN E., BLOMMAERT J.A.D.L., GROENEWEGEN M.A.T., et al.
2000ApJS..126...85K viz 64 27 A mid-infrared galaxy atlas (MIGA). KERTON C.R. and MARTIN P.G.
2000MNRAS.313..271P 92 31 Period-luminosity relations for red supergiant variables - I.The calibration. PIERCE M.J., JURCEVIC J.S. and CRABTREE D.
2001BAVSR..50...29B 102 1 Aufsuchkarten fur intrinsic Variable Stars in Brno. BRAUNE W.
2001BaltA..10..589A viz 2043 9 Stars with the largest Hipparcos photometric amplitudes. ADELMAN S.J.
2002yCat.2237....0D viz 15       D               1 3849 167 Catalogue of Stellar Photometry in Johnson's 11-color system. DUCATI J.R.
2003A&A...397..997P viz 4822 26 Hipparcos red stars in the HpVT2 and VIC systems. PLATAIS I., POURBAIX D., JORISSEN A., et al.
2003A&A...399.1083K viz 6715 27 The association of IRAS sources and 12CO emission in the outer Galaxy. KERTON C.R. and BRUNT C.M.
2003ApJ...594..483S 91 53 Guilt by association: the 13 micron dust emission feature and its correlation to other gas and dust features. SLOAN G.C., KRAEMER K.E., GOEBEL J.H., et al.
2004ApJS..151..299H viz 921 16 Classification of spectra from the infrared space observatory PHT-s database. HODGE T.M., KRAEMER K.E., PRICE S.D., et al.
2005ApJ...628..973L 1 119 397 The effective temperature scale of galactic red supergiants: cool, but not as cool as we thought. LEVESQUE E.M., MASSEY P., OLSEN K.A.G., et al.
2005MNRAS.363.1111C viz 15       D               2 2120 23 Tycho-2 stars with infrared excess in the MSX Point Source Catalogue. CLARKE A.J., OUDMAIJER R.D. and LUMSDEN S.L.
2006MNRAS.372.1721K 1 52 169 Variability in red supergiant stars: pulsations, long secondary periods and convection noise. KISS L.L., SZABO G.M. and BEDDING T.R.
2007ApJ...663..844M 15       D               15 59 85 Super star cluster velocity dispersions and virial masses in the M 82 nuclear starburst. McCRADY N. and GRAHAM J.R.
2007A&A...474..653V viz 15       D               1 118083 3051 Validation of the new Hipparcos reduction. VAN LEEUWEN F.
1926AnHar..79...87C 272 6 Maxima and minima of two hundred and seventy-two long period variable stars during the years 1900 - 1920. CAMPBELL L.
2008ApJ...679.1352L 15       D               2 106 9 On the formation of Perseus OB1 at high Galactic latitudes. LEE H.-T. and LIM J.
2009A&A...498..127V 16       D               2 42 105 The dust condensation sequence in red supergiant stars. VERHOELST T., VAN DER ZYPEN N., HONY S., et al.
1923AJ.....34..183W 313 5 The proper-motions of 315 red stars WILSON R.E.
2010A&A...514A...2I viz 15       D               1 2752 23 AKARI's infrared view on nearby stars. Using AKARI infrared camera all-sky survey, 2MASS, and Hipparcos catalogs. ITA Y., MATSUURA M., ISHIHARA D., et al.
2011A&A...526A.156M 15       D               2 95 176 The mass-loss rates of red supergiants and the de Jager prescription. MAURON N. and JOSSELIN E.
2011MNRAS.414.2602D viz 2566 132 Random forest automated supervised classification of Hipparcos periodic variable stars. DUBATH P., RIMOLDINI L., SUVEGES M., et al.
2009JRASC.103...11P 48 4 Long secondary periods in pulsating red supergiants stars. PERCY J.R. and SATO H.
2012AstL...38..260F 7 8 Nonlinear pulsations of red supergiants. FADEYEV Yu.A.
2012A&A...541A..36V 364       D     X         10 122 14 SiO maser emission from red supergiants across the Galaxy. I. Targets in massive star clusters. VERHEYEN L., MESSINEO M. and MENTEN K.M.
2012AJ....144..129C viz 15       D               4 87 14 Simultaneous observations of SiO and H2O masers toward known stellar SiO maser sources. CHO S.-H. and KIM J.
2012A&A...546A..61D viz 15       D               1 88080 48 Radial velocities for the HIPPARCOS-Gaia Hundred-Thousand-Proper-Motion project. DE BRUIJNE J.H.J. and EILERS A.-C.
2012ApJ...760...65F 15       D               7 71 7 Maser observations of westerlund 1 and comprehensive considerations on maser properties of red supergiants associated with massive clusters. FOK T.K.T., NAKASHIMA J.-I., YUNG B.H.K., et al.
2012MNRAS.427..343M viz 15       D               1 95692 216 Fundamental parameters and infrared excesses of Hipparcos stars. McDONALD I., ZIJLSTRA A.A. and BOYER M.L.
2012MNRAS.427.3209J viz 15       D               1 293 40 On the metallicity dependence of crystalline silicates in oxygen-rich asymptotic giant branch stars and red supergiants. JONES O.C., KEMPER F., SARGENT B.A., et al.
2014AJ....147...22K viz 16       D               1 340 11 Statistical studies based on simultaneous SiO and H2 O maser surveys toward evolved stars. KIM J., CHO S.-H. and KIM S.J.
2014ApJ...788...58G 94       D       C       5 21 22 Quantitative spectroscopic j-band study of red supergiants in Perseus OB-1. GAZAK J.Z., DAVIES B., KUDRITZKI R., et al.
1993yCat.3135....0C viz 14       D               1 252977 52 VizieR Online Data Catalog: Henry Draper Catalogue and Extension, published in Ann. Harvard Obs. 91-100 (1918-1925) CANNON A.J. and PICKERING E.C.
2015MNRAS.447.3909R 175       D     X         5 65 3 A Spitzer/IRAC characterization of Galactic AGB and RSG stars. REITER M., MARENGO M., HORA J.L., et al.
2015ApJ...804..113B 17       D               1 18 36 Red supergiant stars as cosmic abundance probes. III. NLTE effects in J-band magnesium lines. BERGEMANN M., KUDRITZKI R.-P., GAZAK Z., et al.
2016AJ....151...51S 57       D     X         2 19 31 Searching for cool dust in the mid-to-far infrared: the mass-loss histories of the hypergiants µ Cep, VY CMa, IRC+10420, and ρ Cas. SHENOY D., HUMPHREYS R.M., JONES T.J., et al.
2016MNRAS.461.3296N viz 16       D               1 355 95 Multimessenger signals of long-term core-collapse supernova simulations: synergetic observation strategies. NAKAMURA K., HORIUCHI S., TANAKA M., et al.
2017AJ....153..176L 16       D               2 66 1 On the relation of silicates and SiO maser in evolved stars. LIU J. and JIANG B.
2017MNRAS.466.1963L viz 97       D       C       8 32 3 On the silicate crystallinities of oxygen-rich evolved stars and their mass-loss rates. LIU J., JIANG B.W., LI A., et al.
2017ApJ...845....6T 301       D     X C       7 4 ~ Optical properties of non-stoichiometric amorphous silicates with application to circumstellar dust extinction. TAMANAI A., PUCCI A., DOHMEN R., et al.
2017MNRAS.472.3887M viz 16       D               1 2146 43 Kinematics of OB-associations in Gaia epoch. MEL'NIK A.M. and DAMBIS A.K.
2018MNRAS.474.2116D 42           X         1 58 97 The initial masses of the red supergiant progenitors to Type II supernovae. DAVIES B. and BEASOR E.R.
2019A&A...623A..72K viz 17       D               1 117373 256 Stellar and substellar companions of nearby stars from Gaia DR2. Binarity from proper motion anomaly. KERVELLA P., ARENOU F., MIGNARD F., et al.
2019AJ....157..167D viz 17       D               4 77 ~ Atomic absorption line diagnostics for the physical properties of red supergiants. DICENZO B. and LEVESQUE E.M.
2019MNRAS.485.2167G viz 17       D               1 11121 2 Recognition of M-type stars in the unclassified spectra of LAMOST DR5 using a hash-learning method. GUO Y.-X., LUO A.-L., ZHANG S., et al.
2019AJ....158...20M viz 17       D               1 934 16 A catalog of known Galactic K-M stars of class I candidate red supergiants in Gaia DR2. MESSINEO M. and BROWN A.G.A.
2019MNRAS.487.4832C viz 100       D         F     2 189 ~ The period-luminosity relation of red supergiants with Gaia DR2. CHATYS F.W., BEDDING T.R., MURPHY S.J., et al.
2019MNRAS.490.3158C viz 17       D               1 465837 28 A catalogue of stellar diameters and fluxes for mid-infrared interferometry. CRUZALEBES P., PETROV R.G., ROBBE-DUBOIS S., et al.
2020MNRAS.493.2339M viz 17       D               1 2115 27 Internal motions in OB associations with Gaia DR2. MELNIK A.M. and DAMBIS A.K.
2020ApJ...902...24D viz 17       D               1 82 15 Short-term variability of evolved massive stars with TESS. II. A new class of cool, pulsating supergiants. DORN-WALLENSTEIN T.Z., LEVESQUE E.M., NEUGENT K.F., et al.
2020A&A...643A.116D viz 145       D     X         4 111 9 High-resolution spectroscopic study of massive blue and red supergiants in Perseus OB1. I. Definition of the sample, membership, and kinematics. DE BURGOS A., SIMON-DIAZ S., LENNON D.J., et al.
2020A&A...644A.139G 656       D     X   F     15 11 ~ Non-stoichiometric amorphous magnesium-iron silicates in circumstellar dust shells. Dust growth in outflows from supergiants. GAIL H.-P., TAMANAI A., PUCCI A., et al.
2021ApJS..254...42B viz 17       D               1 115488 112 The Hipparcos-Gaia Catalog of Accelerations: Gaia EDR3 edition. BRANDT T.D.
2023A&A...671A.148M 19       D               2 66 ~ Identification of late-type Class I stars using Gaia DR3 Apsis parameters. MESSINEO M.
2023A&A...674A..15L viz 19       D               1 1720610 15 Gaia Data Release 3 The second Gaia catalogue of long-period variable candidates. LEBZELTER T., MOWLAVI N., LECOEUR-TAIBI I., et al.
2022RNAAS...6..204L 654 T   A     X C       13 6 ~ Stars on the Verge: From Days to Decades, Studying the Photometric Variations of the Red Supergiant

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