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Model of a Kuiper Belt Small Grain Population and Resulting Far-Infrared Emission
We have calculated a simple model of the expected Kuiper Belt (KB) small grain population and the thermal emission that would arise from such grains. We have also sought observational evidence for
Far-infrared data for symbiotic stars. II. The IRAS survey observations
IRAS survey data for all known symbiotic binaries are reported. S type systems have 25 micron excesses much larger than those of single red giant stars, suggesting that these objects lose mass more
We have assembled new Spitzer Space Telescope IRAC observations of the mysterious binary star є Aurigae, along with archival far-ultraviolet to mid-infrared data, to form an unprecedented spectral
Evolution of the chromospheres and winds of low- and intermediate-mass giant stars
Results are presented of an empirical analysis of the global thermodynamical requirements of the winds in the outer atmospheres of a representative sample of red giant stars of low- and
The FK Comae stars
The paper presents IUE observations of three very rapidly rotating G-K giants (v sin i = 100 km/s). The UV spectra show strong chromospheric and transition region emission lines similar to (and in
New low-resolution spectrometer spectra for IRAS sources
Low-resolution spectra of 486 IRAS point sources with F sub nu(12 microns) in the range 20-40 Jy are presented. This is part of an effort to extract and classify spectra that were not included in the
Coordinated Einstein and IUE observations of a disparitions brusques type flare event and quiescent emission from Proxima Centauri
The Einstein Imaging Particle Counter observed a major X-ray flare in its entirety during a 5-hr period of simultaneous observations, with the IUE, of the dM5e flare star Proxima Centauri in August,
Observational studies of the symbiotic stars. III High-dispersion IUE and H-alpha observations of EG Andromedae
Les observations confirment les variations des profils et de l'intensite des raies d'emission UV de SIV, OIV, CIV et HeII ainsi que Hα
Detection of a far-infrared bow shock nebula around R Hya: The first miriad results
We present the first results of the MIRIAD (MIPS InfraRed Imaging of AGB Dust shells) project using the Spitzer Space Telescope. The primary aim of the project is to probe the material distribution
Galactic OB associations in the northern Milky Way Galaxy. I - Longitudes 55 deg to 150 deg
The literature on all OB associations was reviewed, and their IRAS point source content was studied, between galactic longitude 55 and 150 deg. Only one third of the 24 associations listed by