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Paper: Observational Poperties of Red Variables in the LMC
Volume: 310, Variable Stars in the Local Group (IAU Colloquium 193)
Page: 332
Authors: Takeuti, M.; Noda, S.; Abe, F.; Bond, I.A.; Dodd, R.J.; Hearnshaw, J.B.; Honda, M.; Honma, M.; Jugaku, J.; Kan-Ya, Y.; Kato, Y.; Kilmartin, P.M.; Matsubara, Y.; Masuda, K.; Muraki, Y.; Nakamura, T.; Ohnishi, K.; Reid, M.; Rattenbury, N.J.; Saito, To.; Sato, H.; Sekiguchi, M.; Skuljan, J.; Sullivan, D.J.; Sumi, T.; Yamada, R.; Yanagisawa, T.; Yock, P.C.M.; Yoshizawa, M.
Abstract: More than 4000 stars observed in both MOA and DENIS projects showing periodic or quasi periodic light curves are studied. Almost all Mira stars are located on the classical period luminosity relation, and the multiplicity of the period luminosity relation is confirmed for small amplitude stars. The color magnitude diagrams based on the MOA red band, Rm, and KS constructed for the sequences, form a single strip with small successive shifts.
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