Spitzer SAGE-SMC Infrared Photometry of Massive Stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud

@article{Bonanos2010SpitzerSI,
  title={Spitzer SAGE-SMC Infrared Photometry of Massive Stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud},
  author={A. Bonanos and D. Lennon and F. Kohlinger and J. Loon and D. Massa and M. Sewiło and C. Evans and N. Panagia and B. Babler and M. Block and S. Bracker and C. Engelbracht and K. Gordon and J. Hora and R. Indebetouw and M. R. Meade and M. Meixner and K. Misselt and T. Robitaille and B. Shiao and B. Whitney},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={140},
  pages={416-429}
}
We present a catalog of 5324 massive stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC), with accurate spectral types compiled from the literature, and a photometric catalog for a subset of 3654 of these stars, with the goal of exploring their infrared properties. The photometric catalog consists of stars with infrared counterparts in the Spitzer SAGE-SMC survey database, for which we present uniform photometry from 0.3to24 {mu}m in the UBVIJHK{sub s} +IRAC+MIPS24 bands. We compare the color-magnitude… Expand
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