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Paper: Observations of Newly Found Objects With the B[e] Phenomenon
Volume: 508, The B[e] Phenomenom: Forty Years of Studies
Page: 387
Authors: Miroshnichenko, A. S.; Polcaro, V. F.; Rossi, C.; Zharikov, S. V.; Rudy, R. J.; Kusakin, A. V.; Kuratov, K. S.; Naurzbayeva, A. Zh.; Alimgazinova, N. Sh.; Manapbayeva, A. B.; Manset, N.
Abstract: The B[e] phenomenon has both photometric and spectroscopic signatures. Photometrically it manifests itself by a large infrared excess due to radiation of the circumstellar dust that can serve as a selection criterion for finding new candidates in large photometric databases. We searched all-sky catalogs, which contain optical and near-IR magnitudes, and selected over 100 candidates. Nearly 40 objects from this sample have been observed spectroscopically and photometrically in the optical and near-IR region. We present a list of those with detected hot star features and forbidden line emission and suggest their possible nature and evolutionary status.
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