JHKLM photometry for carbon stars

@article{Taranova2004JHKLMPF,
  title={JHKLM photometry for carbon stars},
  author={Olga G. Taranova and V. Shenavrin},
  journal={Astronomy Letters},
  year={2004},
  volume={30},
  pages={549-565}
}
We discuss our JHKLM photometry for nine carbon Mira stars, eighteen carbon semiregular variables, and two oxygen Mira stars. For fourteen carbon stars, we present and analyze their infrared light and color curves. For all of the observed objects, we have estimated the optical depths of the circumstellar dust envelopes, the angular diameters of the stars, and their temperatures. 

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