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2MASS All Sky Catalog of point sources.

  title={2MASS All Sky Catalog of point sources.},
  author={Roc M. Cutri and Michael F. Skrutskie and Schuyler D. Van Dyk and Charles A. Beichman and John M. Carpenter and Thomas J. Chester and Laurent Cambr{\'e}sy and Timothy Evans and John W. Fowler and John E. Gizis and Eric M. Howard and John Peter Huchra and Thomas H. Jarrett and Eugene Kopan and J. Davy Kirkpatrick and Robert M. Light and K A Marsh and Howard L. McCallon and Stephen E. Schneider and Rae F. Stiening and Mark V. Sykes and Martin D. Weinberg and Wm. A. Wheaton and S. L. Wheelock and Nuno Zacarias},

Infrared two-colour diagrams for AGB stars using AKARI, MSX, IRAS and near-infrared data

Using a revised version of the catalogue of asymptotic giant branch (AGB) stars by Suh & Kwon, we present various infrared two-colour diagrams (2CDs) for 3003 O-rich, 1168 C-rich, 362 S-type and 35

The Interaction of Supernova 2018evt with a Substantial Amount of Circumstellar Matter -- An SN1997cy-like Event

A rare class of supernovae(SNe) is characterizedbystrong interactionbetweenthe ejecta and several solar masses of circumstellar matter (CSM) as evidenced by strong Balmer-line emission. Within the

Three low-mass companions around aged stars discovered by TESS

We report the discovery of three transiting low-mass companions to aged stars: a brown dwarf (TOI-2336b) and two objects near the hydrogen burning mass limit (TOI-1608b and TOI-2521b). These three

High resolution ALMA and HST imaging of $\kappa$CrB: a broad debris disc around a post-main sequence star with low-mass companions

$\kappa$CrB is a ${\sim}2.5\,$Gyr old K1 sub-giant star, with an eccentric exo-Jupiter at ${\sim}2.8\,$au and a debris disc at tens of au. We present ALMA Band 6 ($1.3\,$mm) and HST scattered light

Fragmented atomic shell around S187 H ii region and its interaction with molecular and ionized gas

The environment of S187, a nearby H ii region (1.4±0.3 kpc), is analyzed. A surrounding shell has been studied in the H i line, molecular lines, and also in infrared and radio continua. We report

Kinematics of the molecular interstellar medium probed by Gaia: steep velocity dispersion-size relation, isotropic turbulence, and location-dependent energy dissipation

The evolution of the molecular interstellar medium is controlled by processes such as turbulence, gravity, stellar feedback, and Galactic shear. AL a part of the ISM-6D project, using Gaia

High-resolution ALMA and HST images of q1 Eri: an asymmetric debris disc with an eccentric Jupiter

We present Atacama Large Millimetre/sub-Millimetre Array (ALMA) 1.3 and 0.86 mm observations of the nearby (17.34 pc) F9V star q1 Eri (HD 10647, HR 506). This system, with age ∼1.4 Gyr, hosts a ∼2

Differentiating modern and prebiotic Earth scenarios for TRAPPIST-1e: high-resolution transmission spectra and predictions for JWST

The TRAPPIST-1 system is a priority target for terrestrial exoplanet characterization. TRAPPIST-1e, residing in the habitable zone, will be observed during the JWST GTO Program. Here, we assess the

An infrared study of Galactic OH/IR stars – III. Variability properties of the Arecibo sample

We present the results of a near-infrared (NIR) monitoring program carried out between 1999 and 2005 to determine the variability properties of the ‘Arecibo sample of OH/IR stars’. The sample

The Gaia-ESO survey: a lithium depletion boundary age for NGC 2232

Astrometry and photometry from Gaia and spectroscopic data from the Gaia-ESO Survey (GES) are used to identify the lithium depletion boundary (LDB) in the young cluster NGC 2232. A specialised