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International Astronomical Union
Commission 42


No. 80

C.D. Scarfe

H. Drechsel
D.R. Faulkner
L.V. Glazunova
E. Lapasset
C. Maceroni
Y. Nakamura
P.G. Niarchos
R.G. Samec
W. Van Hamme
M. Wolf

Material published by March 15, 2005

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The bibliographical entries for Individual Stars and Collections of Data, as well as a few General entries, are categorized according to the following coding scheme. Data from archives or databases, or previously published, are identified with an asterisk. The observation codes in the first four groups may be followed by one of the following wavelength codes.
g. $\gamma$-ray. i. infrared. m. microwave. o. optical
r. radio u. ultraviolet x. x-ray
  1. Photometric data
    a. CCD b. Photoelectric c. Photographic d. Visual
  2. Spectroscopic data
    a. Radial velocities b. Spectral classification c. Line identification d. Spectrophotometry
  3. Polarimetry
    a. Broad-band b. Spectropolarimetry
  4. Astrometry
    a. Positions and proper motions b. Relative positions only c. Interferometry
  5. Derived results
    a. Times of minima b. New or improved ephemeris, period variations
    c. Parameters derivable from light curves d. Elements derivable from velocity curves
    e. Absolute dimensions, masses f. Apsidal motion and structure constants
    g. Physical properties of stellar atmospheres h. Chemical abundances
    i. Accretion disks and accretion phenomena j. Mass loss and mass exchange
    k. Rotational velocities
  6. Catalogues, discoveries, charts
    a. Catalogues b. Discoveries of new binaries and novae
    c. Identification of optical counterparts of d. Finding charts
    $\gamma$-ray, x-ray, IR, or radio sources
  7. Observational techniques
    a. New instrument development b. Observing techniques
    c. Reduction procedures d. Data-analysis techniques
  8. Theoretical investigations
    a. Structure of binary systems b. Circumstellar and circumbinary matter
    c. Evolutionary models d. Loss or exchange of mass and/or angular momentum
  9. Statistical investigations
  10. Miscellaneous
    a. Abstract b. Addenda or errata

AD accretion disk HMXB high-mass x-ray binary QPO quasi-periodic oscillation
BH black hole IP intermediate polar RV radial velocity
CB close binary LC light curve SB spectroscopic binary
CV cataclysmic variable LMXB low-mass x-ray binary WD white dwarf
EB eclipsing binary NS neutron star WR Wolf-Rayet star

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