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The peculiar object HD 44179 /'The red rectangle'/
A strong infrared source detected in the AFCRL sky survey is confirmed, and is identified with the binary star HD 44179, embedded in a peculiar nebula. UBVRI and broad-band photometry between 2.2 and… Expand
Latitudinal gradients of species richness in the deep-sea benthos of the North Atlantic.
- M. Rex, C. Stuart, G. Coyne
- Biology, Medicine
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 11 April 2000
Latitudinal species diversity gradients (LSDGs) in the Northern Hemisphere are the most well established biogeographic patterns on Earth. Despite long-standing interest in LSDGs as a central problem… Expand
Astrophysical cosmology : proceedings of the Study Week on Cosmology and Fundamental Physics, September 28-October 2, 1981
- Study Week on Cosmology, H. A. Bruck, G. Coyne, M. Longair, Pontificia Accademia Delle Scienze
Polarimetry of R Coronae Borealis at visual light minimum
Circumstellar disks deduced from sub-arcsecond polarization observations of two young stars
HERBIG Ae/Be objects are young stars of intermediate mass (3–5 solar masses) surrounded by reflection nebulae composed of dust and gas remaining from the star-forming cloud1–3. Scattering by dust… Expand
Observations of grain and magnetic field properties of the R Coronae Australis dark cloud.
We present the first comprehensive polarimetric study of grains and magnetic field in a massive dark could, R Coronae Australis. By combining photometric and spectroscopic data with multicolar… Expand
Wavelength dependence of polarization. XXV. Rotation of the position angle by the interstellar medium.
- G. Coyne
- 1 May 1974
The Louvain Lectures (Lectiones Lovanienses) of Bellarmine and the Autograph Copy of his 1616 Declaration to Galileo
Spectropolarimetry of Omicron Ceti around the 1978 maximum