Spectroscopic observations of 27 canis majoris from 0.14 to 4.7 microns
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Spectroscopic observations of 27 canis majoris from 0.14 to 4.7 microns by A.C. Danks

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Written in English


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The Physical Object
Pagination[5] p.
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Open LibraryOL24704819M

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We present low-resolution (R=) optical (, nm) spectroscopic observations of 40 candidate very low-mass members in the Upper Scorpius OB association. The accurate and precise (d, p) reaction Q-values and excitation energies corresponding to 98 states of final nuc14C, 15N, 17O, 29–31Si, 33S, 3 Cited by: 8. Full text of "Sky & Telescope Magazine April " See other formats. This infobox, "Template:Starbox begin", is from list of its authors can be seen in its edit history page. The data in this infobox may not agree or state what Wikipedia states.

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Also called Aludra, Eta Canis Majoris is a blue-white supergiant of spectral type B5Ia with a luminosity , times and diameter around 80 times that of the Sun. Aludra varies in brightness from magnitude to over a period of days. It is located light-years away.3/5(2). Spectroscopic Observations of 27 Canis Majoris from to microns (en coll. avec A.C. Danks), Publication of Astronomical Society of the Pacific, , pp. (paru aussi dans: European Southern Observatory, Preprint, n o 24). 2.   Superhumps in a Peculiar SU Ursae Majoris-Type Dwarf Nova, ER Ursae Majoris. PubMed. Gao; Li; Wu; Zhang; Li. We report the photometry of a peculiar SU Ursae Majoris-ty.   A T BROWN DWARF MEMBER OF THE {xi} URSAE MAJORIS SYSTEM. SciTech Connect. Wright, Edward L.; Mace, Gregory; McLean, Ian .