Search for and study of hot circumstellar dust envelopes

@article{Shenavrin2011SearchFA,
  title={Search for and study of hot circumstellar dust envelopes},
  author={V. Shenavrin and O. G. Taranova and A. Nadzhip},
  journal={Astronomy Reports},
  year={2011},
  volume={55},
  pages={31-81}
}
Long-term (1984–2008) JHKLM photometry for 254 objects is presented. The observations were carried out in the standard JHKLM photometric system using an original method and a modern IR photometer designed and built at the Sternberg Astronomical Institute. Our program of studies included searches for and studies of relatively hot circumstellar dust envelopes. The most important results obtained using these observations include the following. We have detected relatively hot dust envelopes in a… Expand

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