Spectrophotometric observations of variable stars

@article{Ruban2006SpectrophotometricOO,
  title={Spectrophotometric observations of variable stars},
  author={Evgenya V. Ruban and G. A. Alekseeva and A. A. Arkharov and E. I. Hagen-Thorn and V. D. Galkin and I. N. Nikanorova and Vitaly V. Novikov and V. P. Pakhomov and T. Yu. Puzakova},
  journal={Astronomy Letters},
  year={2006},
  volume={32},
  pages={604-607}
}
We present the results of our visual and near-infrared spectrophotometric observations for 77 variable stars obtained during 1971–1991 in Chile, Armenia, and Bolivia. The quasi-monochromatic, extraatmospheric fluxes from the stars are given in absolute energy units (W m−2 m−1) at all wavelengths of the spectral range at 2.5-nm intervals. 

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