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Near-infrared spectra of the Galilean satellites - Observations and compositional implications
Abstract We have obtained reflectivity spectra of the trailing and leading sides of all four Galilean satellites with circular variable filter wheel spectrometers operating in the 0.7- to 5.5-μmExpand
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Properties of the clouds of Venus, as inferred from airborne observations of its near-infrared reflectivity spectrum
Abstract We have measured the shape and absolute value of Venus' reflectivity spectrum in the 1.2-to 4.0-μm spectral region with a circular variable filter wheel spectrometer having a spectralExpand
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High luminosity G supergiants at 0.4-18 micron wavelengths showing intense silicate emission shell
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The infrared spectrum of the carbon star Y Canum Venaticorum between 1.2 and 30 microns
The paper deals with spectrophotometric observations covering the essentially complete wavelength interval between 1.2 and 30.0 microns. The observations confirm the identification of the C3 band atExpand
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Observation of preplanetary disks around MWC 349 and LKH-alpha 101
Infrared spectra of three highly reddened emission-line objects (MWC 349, MWC 297, and LKH-alpha 101) have been obtained from both aircraft and ground-based observatories. These spectra show brightExpand
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Photometric observations of Proxima Centauri between 0.3 and 5 show that this star has an effective temperature of 2700 K, a bolometric luminosity of 6.7 >c 1030 ergs sec-1, and a radius of 1.3 xExpand
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Airborne infrared spectrophotometry of Mira variables
Airborne spectrophotometric observations of R Cas near minimum and maximum light, R Leo near minimum, and NML Tau near maximum are reported which were obtained over the wavelength range from 1.2 to 4Expand
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C3 and infrared spectrophotometry of Y Canum Venaticorum
The 1.2- to 5.6-micron spectrum of the carbon star Y CVn is presented and discussed. The observations were made from the Kuiper Airborne Observatory at an altitude of 12.5 km, thereby avoiding mostExpand
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Infrared observations of anonymous IRC sources
Infrared (0.9 to 18 microns) observations of 232 anonymous 2-micron Sky survey (IRC) sources are reported. Most of the objects appear to be late-type stars with little or no long-wave excess. AboutExpand
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