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1981A&AS...43..267W 1183 59 Supergiant and giant M type stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud. WESTERLUND B.E., OLANDER N. and HEDIN B.
1986ApJ...302..675E 2 4 33 Two supergiants in the Large Magellanic Cloud with thick dust shells. ELIAS J.H., FROGEL J.A. and SCHWERING P.B.W.
1986ApJ...306L..81W 20 43 Detection of an OH/IR star in the Large Magellanic Cloud. WOOD P.R., BESSELL M.S. and WHITEOAK J.B.
1987IAUS..122..241W 1 0 Detection of the first extra-galactic OH/IR star. WOOD P.R., BESSELL M.S. and WHITEOAK J.B.
1989Ap&SS.156...73R 5 4 AGB evolution in the Large Magellanic Cloud. REID N.
1991A&AS...90..327T viz 14       D               1 2735 185 1612 MHz OH survey of IRAS point sources. I. Observations made at Dwingeloo, Effelsberg and Parkes. TE LINTEL HEKKERT P., CASWELL J.L., HABING H.J., et al.
1992ApJ...397..552W 61 172 OH/IR stars in the Magellanic Clouds. WOOD P.R., WHITEOAK J.B., HUGHES S.M.G., et al.
1993MNRAS.262..301R 7 25 Circumstellar dust emission in five Large Magellanic Cloud supergiants. ROCHE P.F., AITKEN D.K. and SMITH C.H.
1995Msngr..82...27V 1 0 Discovery of the first extra-galactic SiO maser, and the quest for more. VAN LOON J.T., ZIJLSTRA A.A., NYMAN L.-A., et al.
1996A&A...306L..29V 1 5 27 Discovery of the first extragalactic SiO maser. VAN LOON J.T., ZIJLSTRA A.A., BUJARRABAL V., et al.
1996MNRAS.279...32Z 91 79 Obscured asymptotic giant branch stars in the Magellanic Clouds - II. Near-infrared and mid-infrared counterparts. ZIJLSTRA A.A., LOUP C., WATERS L.B.F.M., et al.
1997A&AS..125..419L viz 799 45 Obscured AGB stars in the Magellanic Clouds. I. IRAS candidates. LOUP C., ZIJLSTRA A.A., WATERS L.B.F.M., et al.
1997ApJS..112..557K viz 11280 170 Classification and identification of IRAS sources with low-resolution spectra. KWOK S., VOLK K. and BIDELMAN W.P.
1998A&A...329..169V 47 79 Obscured Asymptotic Giant Branch stars in the Magellanic Clouds. IV. Carbon stars and OH/IR stars. VAN LOON J.T., ZIJLSTRA A.A., WHITELOCK P.A., et al.
1998A&A...337..141V 74 T                   3 21 Discovery of H2O maser emission from the red supergiant IRAS 04553-6825 in the Large Magellanic Cloud. VAN LOON J.T., TE LINTEL HEKKERT P., BUJARRABAL V., et al.
1998Ap&SS.255..391T 17 0 ISO spectroscopy of AGB stars in the Magellanic Clouds. TRAMS N.R., BLOMMAERT J.A.D.L., HESKE A., et al.
1998Ap&SS.255..405V 72 T                   4 1 The red supergiant IRAS 04553-6825 in the LMC. VAN LOON J.T.
1999A&A...346..805V 23 49 Luminous carbon stars in the Magellanic Clouds. VAN LOON J.T., ZIJLSTRA A.A. and GROENEWEGEN M.A.T.
1999A&A...346..843T 61 59 ISO observations of obscured Asymptotic Giant Branch stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud. TRAMS N.R., VAN LOON J.T., WATERS L.B.F.M., et al.
1999A&A...351..559V 57 157 Mass-loss rates and luminosity functions of dust-enshrouded AGB stars and red supergiants in the LMC. VAN LOON J.T., GROENEWEGEN M.A.T., DE KOTER A., et al.
1999AJ....117..881M 30 51 The stellar populations of NGC 3109: another dwarf irregular galaxy with a population II stellar halo. MINNITI D., ZIJLSTRA A.A. and ALONSO M.V.
2000A&A...354..125V 1 15 77 Mass-loss rates and dust-to-gas ratios for obscured. Asymptotic Giant Branch stars of different metallicities. VAN LOON J.T.
2001A&A...368..950V 114 34 Circumstellar masers in the Magellanic Clouds. VAN LOON J.T., ZIJLSTRA A.A., BUJARRABAL V., et al.
2001AJ....122.1844E viz 1827 79 MSX, 2MASS, and the Large Magellanic Cloud: a combined near- and mid-infrared view. EGAN M.P., VAN DYK S.D. and PRICE S.D.
2002A&A...390.1033V viz 294 20 The ISO-SWS post-helium atlas of near-infrared stellar spectra. VANDENBUSSCHE B., BEINTEMA D., DE GRAAUW T., et al.
2003MNRAS.342...86W 65 88 Obscured asymptotic giant branch variables in the Large Magellanic Cloud and the period-luminosity relation. WHITELOCK P.A., FEAST M.W., VAN LOON J.Th., 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.
2004MNRAS.355.1348M 1 24 92 Asymptotic giant branch superwind speed at low metallicity. MARSHALL J.R., VAN LOON J.T., MATSUURA M., et al.
2005A&A...434..691M         O           77 61 Three-micron spectra of AGB stars and supergiants in nearby galaxies. MATSUURA M., ZIJLSTRA A.A., VAN LOON J.T., et al.
2005A&A...438..273V 96 171 An empirical formula for the mass-loss rates of dust-enshrouded red supergiants and oxygen-rich Asymptotic Giant Branch stars. VAN LOON J.T., CIONI M.-R.L., ZIJLSTRA A.A., et al.
2005ApJ...633L.133D 15 29 The 10 µm feature of M-type stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud and the dust condensation sequence. DIJKSTRA C., SPECK A.K., REID R.B., et al.
2006AJ....132.1890B 65 48 A Spitzer space telescope infrared spectrograph spectral atlas of luminous 8 µm sources in the Large Magellanic Cloud. BUCHANAN C.L., KASTNER J.H., FORREST W.J., et al.
2008A&A...484..371O 2638 T K A S O X C       67 10 26 Spatially resolved dusty torus toward the red supergiant
WOH G64 in the Large Magellanic Cloud.
OHNAKA K., DRIEBE T., HOFMANN K.-H., et al.
2008AJ....136.1221K viz 280       D     X         8 280 28 The Large Magellanic Cloud's top 250: classification of the most luminous compact 8 µm sources in the Large Magellanic Cloud. KASTNER J.H., THORNDIKE S.L., ROMANCZYK P.A., et al.
2008AJ....136.1242F viz 15       D               1 47759 44 The properties of long-period variables in the Large Magellanic Cloud from MACHO. FRASER O.J., HAWLEY S.L. and COOK K.H.
2008A&A...487.1055V 38           X         1 98 64 Molecules and dust production in the Magellanic Clouds. VAN LOON J.Th., COHEN M., OLIVEIRA J.M., et al.
2009AJ....137.4744L 2502 T   A S   X C       63 17 16 The physical properties of the red supergiant
WOH G64: the largest star known?
LEVESQUE E.M., MASSEY P., PLEZ B., et al.
2009MNRAS.396..918M 40           X         1 20 119 The global gas and dust budget of the Large Magellanic Cloud: AGB stars and supernovae, and the impact on the ISM evolution. MATSUURA M., BARLOW M.J., ZIJLSTRA A.A., et al.
2009ApJ...703..420M viz 38           X         1 459 28 Red supergiants in the Andromeda galaxy (M31). MASSEY P., SILVA D.R., LEVESQUE E.M., et al.
2009AcA....59..239S viz 15       D               1 46478 78 The Optical Gravitational Lensing Experiment. The OGLE-III catalog of variable stars. IV. Long-period variables in the Large Magellanic Cloud. SOSZYNSKI I., UDALSKI A., SZYMANSKI M.K., et al.
2009ApJ...705L..31G 168       D     X C F     3 25 42 Rb-rich asymptotic giant branch stars in the Magellanic Clouds. GARCIA-HERNANDEZ D.A., MANCHADO A., LAMBERT D.L., et al.
2009A&A...506.1277G viz 92       D     X         3 231 77 Luminosities and mass-loss rates of SMC and LMC AGB stars and red supergiants. GROENEWEGEN M.A.T., SLOAN G.C., SOSZYNSKI I., et al.
2010AJ....139...68V 845     A D S   X         22 137 53 A Spitzer Space Telescope far-infrared spectral atlas of compact sources in the Magellanic Clouds. I. The Large Magellanic Cloud. VAN LOON J.Th., OLIVEIRA J.M., GORDON K.D., et al.
2010AJ....139.1553V 77           X         2 42 39 A Spitzer space telescope far-infrared spectral atlas of compact sources in the Magellanic clouds. II. The small Magellanic cloud. VAN LOON J.Th., OLIVEIRA J.M., GORDON K.D., et al.
2010ApJ...716..878S 38           X         1 22 38 The mass-loss return from evolved stars to the Large Magellanic Cloud. II. Dust properties for oxygen-rich asymptotic giant branch stars. SARGENT B.A., SRINIVASAN S., MEIXNER M., et al.
2010A&A...514A..87C 154           X         4 79 34 A serendipitous survey for variability amongst the massive stellar population of Westerlund 1. CLARK J.S., RITCHIE B.W. and NEGUERUELA I.
2010MNRAS.407..812D 39           X         1 11 33 Bursting SN 1996cr's bubble: hydrodynamic and X-ray modelling of its circumstellar medium. DWARKADAS V.V., DEWEY D. and BAUER F.
2010NewAR..54....1L 691           X C       17 34 13 The physical properties of red supergiants Review Article LEVESQUE E.M.
2010Ap.....53..189K 4 1 Tidal effect of rings on central figures of equilibrium. KONDRATYEV B.P. and TRUBITSYNA N.G.
2010PASP..122..683K viz 38           X         1 238 71 The SAGE-Spec Spitzer Legacy program: the life cycle of dust and gas in the Large Magellanic Cloud. KEMPER F., WOODS P.M., ANTONIOU V., et al.
2011A&A...526A.156M 193     A D     X         6 95 91 The mass-loss rates of red supergiants and the de Jager prescription. MAURON N. and JOSSELIN E.
2011ApJ...728...93S 77           X         2 25 49 The mass-loss return from evolved stars to the Large Magellanic Cloud. IV. Construction and validation of a grid of models for oxygen-rich AGB stars, red supergiants, and extreme AGB stars. SARGENT B.A., SRINIVASAN S. and MEIXNER M.
2012ApJ...749..177N viz 39           X         1 1994 41 Yellow and red supergiants in the Large Magellanic Cloud. NEUGENT K.F., MASSEY P., SKIFF B., et al.
2012AJ....144....2L 78           X         2 85 26 Spectral types of red supergiants in NGC 6822 and the Wolf-Lundmark-Melotte galaxy. LEVESQUE E.M. and MASSEY P.
2012MNRAS.427.3209J viz 16       D               3 293 33 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.
2013MNRAS.432L..16I 39           X         1 42 9 ATCA survey of H2O masers in the large Magellanic cloud. IMAI H., KATAYAMA Y., ELLINGSEN S.P., et al.
2013ApJ...774...83B 41           X         1 9 36 Is there a metallicity ceiling to form carbon stars?–A novel technique reveals a scarcity of C stars in the inner M31 disk. BOYER M.L., GIRARDI L., MARIGO P., et al.
2014MNRAS.437L...1W 80           X         2 5 10 The ionized nebula surrounding the red supergiant W26 in Westerlund 1. WRIGHT N.J., WESSON R., DREW J.E., et al.
2014MNRAS.440..631J viz 16       D               1 151 17 Modelling the alumina abundance of oxygen-rich evolved stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud. JONES O.C., KEMPER F., SRINIVASAN S., et al.
2014A&A...568A..17O 40         O X         1 11 11 Imaging the outward motions of clumpy dust clouds around the red supergiant Antares with VLT/VISIR. OHNAKA K.
2015ApJ...811..145J viz 177       D     X         5 30 12 The dustiest post-main sequence stars in the Magellanic Clouds. JONES O.C., MEIXNER M., SARGENT B.A., et al.
2015A&A...582A..24M 40           X         1 19 4 Cold gas in hot star clusters: the wind from the red supergiant W26 in Westerlund 1. MacKEY J., CASTRO N., FOSSATI L., et al.
2016ApJ...819..160B 81           X         2 20 6 G11.2-0.3: the young remnant of a stripped-envelope supernova. BORKOWSKI K.J., REYNOLDS S.P. and ROBERTS M.S.E.
2016AJ....151..146C viz 16       D               1 787 1 A systematic search for the spectra with features of crystalline silicates in the Spitzer IRS enhanced products. CHEN R., LUO A., LIU J., et al.
2016ApJ...830...11V 41           X         1 21 12 The intermediate luminosity optical transient SN 2010da: the progenitor, eruption, and aftermath of a peculiar supergiant high-mass X-ray binary. VILLAR V.A., BERGER E., CHORNOCK R., et al.
2016MNRAS.462.2995M 650     A D     X C       16 8 6 The mass-loss rates of red supergiants at low metallicity: detection of rotational CO emission from two red supergiants in the Large Magellanic Cloud. MATSUURA M., SARGENT B., SWINYARD B., et al.
2016MNRAS.463.1269B 41           X         1 29 26 The evolution of red supergiants to supernova in NGC 2100. BEASOR E.R. and DAVIES B.
2016AJ....152..164H viz 16       D               1 887 7 Period estimation for sparsely-sampled quasi-periodic light curves applied to Miras. HE S., YUAN W., HUANG J.Z., et al.
2016A&A...596A..50G 41           X         1 29 8 The ALMA detection of CO rotational line emission in AGB stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud. GROENEWEGEN M.A.T., VLEMMINGS W.H.T., MARIGO P., et al.
2017MNRAS.465..403G 634       D S   X C       14 43 27 The wind speeds, dust content, and mass-loss rates of evolved AGB and RSG stars at varying metallicity. GOLDMAN S.R., VAN LOON J.T., ZIJLSTRA A.A., et al.
2017MNRAS.470.3250J viz 123           X         3 68 6 The SAGE-Spec Spitzer Legacy program: the life-cycle of dust and gas in the Large Magellanic Cloud. Point source classification - III. JONES O.C., WOODS P.M., KEMPER F., et al.
2017ApJ...847..111N 41           X         1 11 2 Circumstellar light echo as a possible origin of the polarization of Type IIP supernovae. NAGAO T., MAEDA K. and TANAKA M.
2018A&A...609A.114G viz 17       D               408 6 Luminosities and mass-loss rates of Local Group AGB stars and red supergiants. GROENEWEGEN M.A.T. and SLOAN G.C.
2018MNRAS.478.3138D viz 351       D     X C       8 550 3 The luminosities of cool supergiants in the Magellanic Clouds, and the Humphreys-Davidson limit revisited. DAVIES B., CROWTHER P.A. and BEASOR E.R.
2018MNRAS.473.3835G 42           X         1 60 1 A dearth of OH/IR stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud. GOLDMAN S.R., VAN LOON J.T., GOMEZ J.F., et al.
2018A&A...616A.175Y viz 42           X         1 8 ~ Red supergiant stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud. II. Infrared properties and mid-infrared variability. YANG M., BONANOS A.Z., JIANG B.-W., et al.
2018ApJ...867..155L 42           X         1 19 ~ Red supergiants in the JWST era. I. Near-IR photometric diagnostics. LEVESQUE E.M.
2019ApJ...877..110K viz 85             C       1 454 ~ SPIRITS catalog of infrared variables: identification of extremely luminous long period variables. KARAMBELKAR V.R., ADAMS S.M., WHITELOCK P.A., et al.
2019ApJ...884...20B viz 17       D               1 1729 ~ Multiwavelength period-luminosity and period-luminosity-color relations at maximum light for Mira variables in the Magellanic Clouds. BHARDWAJ A., KANBUR S., HE S., et al.
2020MNRAS.492.5994B 131           X         3 28 ~ A new mass-loss rate prescription for red supergiants. BEASOR E.R., DAVIES B., SMITH N., et al.
2020A&A...636A..48G viz 17       D               1 970 ~ The VMC Survey. XXXVII. Pulsation periods of dust-enshrouded AGB stars in the Magellanic Clouds. GROENEWEGEN M.A.T., NANNI A., CIONI M.-R.L., et al.
2020MNRAS.493..468D 44           X         1 28 ~ The `red supergiant problem': the upper luminosity boundary of Type II supernova progenitors. DAVIES B. and BEASOR E.R.
2020MNRAS.494.3200S 44           X         1 8 ~ PRECISION: a fast PYTHON pipeline for high-contrast imaging - application to SPHERE observations of the red supergiant VX Sagitariae. SCICLUNA P., KEMPER F., SIEBENMORGEN R., et al.
2020ApJ...900..118N viz 44           X         1 9 ~ The red supergiant binary fraction of the Large Magellanic Cloud. NEUGENT K.F., LEVESQUE E.M., MASSEY P., et al.
2020ApJ...902...24D viz 44           X         1 82 ~ 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.
2021MNRAS.503.1884G 45           X         1 7 ~ The excess of cool supergiants from contemporary stellar evolution models defies the metallicity-independent Humphreys-Davidson limit. GILKIS A., SHENAR T., RAMACHANDRAN V., et al.
2021ApJ...912...16B 45           X         1 21 ~ The age of Westerland 1 revisited. BEASOR E.R., DAVIES B., SMITH N., et al.
2021A&A...656A..66T viz 18       D               1 14341 ~ Semi-regular red giants as distance indicators. I. The period-luminosity relations of semi-regular variables revisited. TRABUCCHI M., MOWLAVI N. and LEBZELTER T.
2022ApJ...928..158B 93           X         2 68 ~ Hubble Space Telescope Imaging of Luminous Extragalactic Infrared Transients and Variables from the Spitzer Infrared Intensive Transients Survey. BOND H.E., JENCSON J.E., WHITELOCK P.A., et al.
2022ApJ...933...41B 1120     A D     X C       24 25 ~ The Extreme Scarcity of Dust-enshrouded Red Supergiants: Consequences for Producing Stripped Stars via Winds. BEASOR E.R. and SMITH N.
2023ApJ...942...69M 250           X C       4 73 ~ The Time-averaged Mass-loss Rates of Red Supergiants as Revealed by Their Luminosity Functions in M31 and M33. MASSEY P., NEUGENT K.F., EKSTROM S., et al.

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