• Corpus ID: 237125157

VizieR Online Data Catalog

  title={VizieR Online Data Catalog},
  author={H. Maehara and Takao Soyano and Brian A. Skiff},
A Dearth of Close-in Stellar Companions to M-dwarf TESS Objects of Interest
TESS has proven to be a powerful resource for finding planets, including those that orbit the most prevalent stars in our galaxy: M dwarfs. Identification of stellar companions (both bound and
Assessment of [Fe/H] determinations for FGK stars in spectroscopic surveys
Context. The iron abundance [Fe/H] in the atmosphere of FGK-type stars is crucial in stellar and galactic physics. The number of stars with a measured value of [Fe/H] is considerably increasing
Discovery of flares in the M dwarf CzeV502 and our follow-up results are presented. We classify it as a dMe eruptive variable of UV Ceti type due to the X-ray activity, measured B − V of 1.5 mag, Hα;
Chemistry of nebulae around binary post-AGB stars: A molecular survey of mm-wave lines
Context. There is a class of binary post-asymptotic giant branch (post-AGB) stars that exhibit remarkable near-infrared (NIR) excess. Such stars are surrounded by Keplerian or quasi-Keplerian disks,
Coincidence between morphology and star-formation activity through cosmic time: the impact of the bulge growth
The origin of the quenching in galaxies is still highly debated. Different scenarios and processes are proposed. We use multi band (400 − 1600 nm) bulge-disc decompositions of massive galaxies in the
Compositional Mapping of Europa Using MCMC Modeling of Near-IR VLT/SPHERE and Galileo/NIMS Observations
We present maps of surface composition of Europa’s anti-Jovian hemisphere acquired using high spatial resolution IFU multispectral data from the SPHERE instrument on the Very Large Telescope
Deep ASKAP EMU Survey of the GAMA23 field: Properties of radio sources
Wepresent theAustralian SquareKilometreArray Pathfinder (ASKAP) observations of theGalaxy andMassAssembly (GAMA)23h field. The survey was carried out at 887.5 MHz and covers a ∼83 square degree
Discovery of hot subdwarfs covered with helium-burning ash
  • 2022
Dissecting the Different Components of the Modest Accretion Bursts of the Very Young Protostar HOPS 373
Observed changes in protostellar brightness can be complicated to interpret. In our James Clerk Maxwell Telescope (JCMT) Transient Monitoring Survey, we discovered that a young binary protostar, HOPS
Impact of very massive stars on the chemical evolution of extremely metal-poor galaxies
Context. In recent observations of extremely metal-poor low-mass starburst galaxies, almost solar Fe / O ratios are reported, despite N / O ratios consistent with the low metallicity. Aims. We