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The Astrophysical journal, ISSN 1538-4357, 08/2019, Volume 881, Issue 1, p. 17
We present the discovery of an extremely cold, nearby brown dwarf in the solar neighborhood, found in the CatWISE catalog. Photometric follow-up with Spitzer... 
Physical Sciences | Astronomy & Astrophysics | Science & Technology | Polynomials | Brown dwarf stars | Photometry | Solar neighborhood
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The Astrophysical journal, ISSN 1538-4357, 07/1999, Volume 519, Issue 2, pp. 802 - 833
Before the 2-Micron All-Sky Survey (2MASS) began, only six objects were known with spectral types later than M9.5 V. In the first 371 deg(2) of actual 2MASS... 
Stars: distances | Stars: low-mass, brown dwarfs | Infrared: stars | Stars: atmospheres | Stars: fundamental parameters | Physical Sciences | Astronomy & Astrophysics | Science & Technology
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by Ivezić, Željko and Kahn, Steven M and Tyson, J. Anthony and Abel, Bob and Acosta, Emily and Allsman, Robyn and Alonso, David and AlSayyad, Yusra and Anderson, Scott F and Andrew, John and P. Angel, James Roger and Angeli, George Z and Ansari, Reza and Antilogus, Pierre and Araujo, Constanza and Armstrong, Robert and Arndt, Kirk T and Astier, Pierre and Aubourg, Éric and Auza, Nicole and Axelrod, Tim S and Bard, Deborah J and Barr, Jeff D and Barrau, Aurelian and Bartlett, James G and Bauer, Amanda E and Bauman, Brian J and Baumont, Sylvain and Bechtol, Ellen and Bechtol, Keith and Becker, Andrew C and Becla, Jacek and Beldica, Cristina and Bellavia, Steve and Bianco, Federica B and Biswas, Rahul and Blanc, Guillaume and Blazek, Jonathan and Blandford, Roger D and Bloom, Josh S and Bogart, Joanne and Bond, Tim W and Booth, Michael T and Borgland, Anders W and Borne, Kirk and Bosch, James F and Boutigny, Dominique and Brackett, Craig A and Bradshaw, Andrew and Brandt, William Nielsen and Brown, Michael E and Bullock, James S and Burchat, Patricia and Burke, David L and Cagnoli, Gianpietro and Calabrese, Daniel and Callahan, Shawn and Callen, Alice L and Carlin, Jeffrey L and Carlson, Erin L and Chandrasekharan, Srinivasan and Charles-Emerson, Glenaver and Chesley, Steve and Cheu, Elliott C and Chiang, Hsin-Fang and Chiang, James and Chirino, Carol and Chow, Derek and Ciardi, David R and Claver, Charles F and Cohen-Tanugi, Johann and Cockrum, Joseph J and Coles, Rebecca and Connolly, Andrew J and Cook, Kem H and Cooray, Asantha and Covey, Kevin R and Cribbs, Chris and Cui, Wei and Cutri, Roc and Daly, Philip N and Daniel, Scott F and Daruich, Felipe and Daubard, Guillaume and Daues, Greg and Dawson, William and Delgado, Francisco and Dellapenna, Alfred and Peyster, Robert de and Val-Borro, Miguel de and Digel, Seth W and Doherty, Peter and Dubois, Richard and Dubois-Felsmann, Gregory P and Durech, Josef and Economou, Frossie and Eifler, Tim and Eracleous, Michael and Emmons, Benjamin L and Neto, Angelo Fausti and ... and SLAC National Accelerator Lab., Menlo Park, CA (United States) and Brookhaven National Lab. (BNL), Upton, NY (United States)
The Astrophysical journal, ISSN 1538-4357, 03/2019, Volume 873, Issue 2, p. 111
We describe here the most ambitious survey currently planned in the optical, the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST). The LSST design is driven by four main... 
Physical Sciences | Astronomy & Astrophysics | Science & Technology | Surveys | Wave filters | Dark matter | Galaxies | Primary mirrors | Sky surveys (astronomy) | Mapping | Dark energy | Field of view | Milky Way | ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS | surveys | stars | galaxy | cosmology observations | astrometry
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The Astronomical journal, ISSN 1538-3881, 11/2019, Volume 158, Issue 6, p. 240
We report on the source Gaia 19ajj, identifying it as a young star associated with a little-studied star-forming region seen along a complex line of sight... 
Physical Sciences | Astronomy & Astrophysics | Science & Technology | Stellar winds | Wind | Spectroscopy | Accretion | Calcium | Extinction | Iron | Accretion disks | Brightening | Velocity | Emissions | Absorption | Strong winds | Star formation | Emission spectra | Infrared radiation | Outflow | Nickel | Photometry | Gum nebula
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