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Constraining the difference in convective blueshift between the components of alpha Centauri with precise radial velocities
New radial velocities of Cen A & B obtained in the framework the Anglo-Australian Planet Search programme as well as in the CORALIE programme are added to those by Endl et al. (2001) to improve theExpand
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Mid-infrared photometry of cold brown dwarfs : diversity in age, mass and metallicity
Original article can be found at: http://www.iop.org/EJ/journal/apj [Full text of this article is not available in the UHRA]
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We present spectroscopic rotation velocities (v sin i) for 56 M dwarf stars using high-resolution Hobby-Eberly Telescope High Resolution Spectrograph red spectroscopy. In addition, we have alsoExpand
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An infrared spectral sequence for M dwarfs
Original paper can be found at: http://www.astrosociety.org/pubs/cs/035-069.html--Copyright Astronomical Society of the Pacific
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Metallicities and activities of southern stars
Aims. We present the results from high-resolution spectroscopic measurements to determine metallicities and activities of bright stars in the southern hemisphere. Methods. We measured the ironExpand
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Historical stream salinity trends and catchment salt balances in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia
This paper summarizes the results from a study of historical stream salinity trends and catchment salt balances within the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia. A broad analysis of stream salinization wasExpand
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The abundance distribution of stars with planets
We present the results of a uniform, high-precision spectroscopic metallicity study of 136 G-type stars from the Anglo-Australian Planet Search, 20 of which are known to harbour extrasolar planetsExpand
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A probable planetary companion to HD 39091 from the Anglo-Australian Planet Search
We report the detection of a extrasolar planet candidate orbiting the G1 V star HD 39091. The orbital period is 2083 d and the eccentricity is 0.62. With a minimum (M sin i) mass of 10.3 MJUP thisExpand
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The extremely red L dwarf ULAS J222711 004547 - dominated by dust.
We report the discovery of a peculiar L dwarf from the United Kingdom Infrared Deep Sky Survey Large Area Survey, ULAS J222711−004547. The very red infrared photometry (MKO J − K = 2.79 ± 0.06, WISEExpand
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Brown dwarfs and low-mass stars in the Pleiades and Praesepe: membership and binarity
We present near-infrared J-, H- and K-band photometry and optical spectroscopy of low-mass star and brown dwarf (BD) candidates in the Pleiades and Praesepe open clusters. We flag non-members fromExpand
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