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A SURVEY OF STELLAR FAMILIES: MULTIPLICITY OF SOLAR-TYPE STARS
We present the results of a comprehensive assessment of companions to solar-type stars. A sample of 454 stars, including the Sun, was selected from the Hipparcos catalog with {pi}>40 mas, {sigma}{subExpand
Stellar Diameters and Temperatures. II. Main-sequence K- and M-stars
We present interferometric angular diameter measurements of 21 low-mass, K- and M-dwarfs made with the CHARA Array. This sample is enhanced by adding a collection of radius measurements published inExpand
The mass-luminosity relation for stars of mass 1.0 to 0.08 solar mass
Mass-luminosity relations determined at IR wavelengths are presented for stars with masses 1.0 to 0.08 solar mass. Using IR speckle imaging techniques on a sample of nearby binaries, we have beenExpand
Spitzer IRAC Photometry of M, L, and T Dwarfs
We present the results of a program to acquire photometry for 86 late M, L, and T dwarfs using the Infrared Array Camera (IRAC) on the Spitzer Space Telescope. We examine the behavior of these coolExpand
LSST Science Book, Version 2.0
A survey that can cover the sky in optical bands over wide fields to faint magnitudes with a fast cadence will enable many of the exciting science opportunities of the next decade. The Large SynopticExpand
The Solar Neighborhood. XVII. Parallax Results from the CTIOPI 0.9 m Program: 20 New Members of the RECONS 10 Parsec Sample
Astrometric measurements for 25 red dwarf systems are presented, including the first definitive trigonometric parallaxes for 20 systems within 10 pc of the Sun, the horizon of the RECONS sample. TheExpand
A Standard Stellar Spectral Sequence in the Red/Near-Infrared: Classes K5 to M9
Spectra of 39 K and M dwarf spectroscopic standards, as well as 38 secondary standards, are shown from 6300 to 9000 A. This sequence of 77 spectra ranges from K5 V to M9 and has been classified onExpand
Discovery of Two T Dwarf Companions with the Spitzer Space Telescope
We report the discovery of T dwarf companions to the nearby stars HN Peg (G0 V, 18.4 pc, τ ~ 0.3 Gyr) and HD 3651 (K0 V, 11.1 pc, τ ~ 7 Gyr). During an ongoing survey of 5' × 5' fields surroundingExpand
The High Angular Resolution Multiplicity of Massive Stars
Abstract : We present the results of a speckle interferometric survey of Galactic massive stars that complements and expands upon a similar survey made over a decade ago. The speckle observationsExpand
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