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The Formation and Evolution of the Most Massive StarsTUTUKOV, A. V; FEDOROVA, A. V; MASLENNIKOV, K et al.Astronomy reports. 2008, Vol 52, Num 12, pp 985-996, issn 1063-7729, 12 p.Article

The Evolutionary Status of the Most Massive WNh Stars in Close Binary Systems. NGC 3603-A1TUTUKOV, A. V; FEDOROVA, A. V; CHEREPASHCHUK, A. M et al.Astronomy reports. 2011, Vol 55, Num 3, pp 247-255, issn 1063-7729, 9 p.Article

Maser Emission Toward the Very Young Massive Star GH2O 092.67+03.07 (IRAS 21078+5211)PASHCHENKO, M. I; TOLMACHEV, A. M; LEKHT, E. E et al.Astronomy reports. 2008, Vol 52, Num 3, pp 211-225, issn 1063-7729, 15 p.Article

Rapid expansion of polytropesBARNES, A; BOSS, A. P.The Astrophysical journal. 1984, Vol 280, Num 2, pp 819-824, issn 0004-637X, 1Article

The initial mass function of massive starsVANBEVEREN, D.Astronomy and astrophysics (Berlin. Print). 1984, Vol 139, Num 2, pp 545-548, issn 0004-6361Article

Hydrostatic nucleosynthesis. I: Core helium and carbon burningARNETT, W. D; THIELEMANN, F.-K.The Astrophysical journal. 1985, Vol 295, Num 2, pp 589-603, issn 0004-637XArticle

THE EVOLUTION OF A 15 M CERCLE. STAR.CHIOSI C; NASI E.1974; MEM. SOC. ASTR. ITAL.; ITAL.; DA. 1974; VOL. 44; NO 4; PP. 665-670; ABS. ITAL.; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

EVOLUTION DES ETOILES DE MASSE INTERMEDIAIRE EN ROTATION DIFFERENTIELLE RAPIDETUOMINEN I; MUZYLEV V.1974; ASTR. SOVET AKAD. NAUK S.S.S.R., NAUCH. INFORM.; S.S.S.R.; DA. 1974; NO 33; PP. 48-71; ABS. ANGL.; BIBL. 20 REF.; (KRON. SOVMESTNOGO SOV.-FR. SOVESHCH. PROBL. FIZ. EHVOL. ZVEZD; MOSKVA; 1974)Conference Paper

Observations on the formation of massive stars by accretionKETO, Eric; WOOD, Kenneth.The Astrophysical journal. 2006, Vol 637, Num 2, pp 850-859, issn 0004-637X, 10 p., 1Article

The formation of a massive protostar through the disk accretion of gasCHINI, Rolf; HOFFMEISTER, Vera; KIMESWENGER, Stefan et al.Nature (London). 2004, Vol 429, Num 6988, pp 155-157, issn 0028-0836, 3 p.Article

H II regions as probes of galaxy evolution and the properties of massive starsGARNETT, D. R.Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 1993, Vol 105, Num 691, pp 996-998, issn 0004-6280Conference Paper

Hydrostatic nucleosynthesis. II: Core neon to silicon burning and presupernova abundance yields of massive starsTHIELEMANN, F.-K; ARNETT, W. D.The Astrophysical journal. 1985, Vol 295, Num 2, pp 604-619, issn 0004-637XArticle

The combined effect of mass loss and overshooting. IV: Mass transfer in massive close binariesDOOM, C.Astronomy and astrophysics (Berlin. Print). 1984, Vol 138, Num 1, pp 101-112, issn 0004-6361Article

Very massive stars: evolution with mass lossKLAPP, J.Astrophysics and space science. 1984, Vol 106, Num 2, pp 215-229, issn 0004-640XArticle

Tidal circularization in massive binariesBEECH, M.Astrophysics and space science. 1987, Vol 132, Num 2, pp 269-276, issn 0004-640XArticle

Evolution d'une binaire massive dans un champ stellaireBARANOV, A. S.Astronomičeskij žurnal. 1984, Vol 61, Num 6, pp 1098-1107, issn 0004-6299Article

Comments on V505 MON: one of the most massive binariesDE GREVE, J. P; DOOM, C; HELLINGS, P et al.Astrophysics and space science. 1983, Vol 95, Num 1, pp 215-217, issn 0004-640XArticle

The evolution of compact binariesKING, A. R.Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society. 1988, Vol 29, Num 1, pp 1-25, issn 0035-8738Article

Vibrational damping by quark matter inside neutron starsWANG QING-DE; LU TAN.Chinese astronomy and astrophysics. 1987, Vol 9, Num 2, pp 159-163, issn 0275-1062Article

B and V light curves of the massive close binary DH CepheiLINES, H. C; LINES, R. D; GUINAN, E. F et al.Information bulletin on variable stars. 1986, Num 2932, issn 0374-0676, 4 p.Serial Issue

Duplicity of the supermassive object R136aWORLEY, C. E.The Astrophysical journal. 1984, Vol 278, Num 2, issn 0004-637X, L109Article

Semiconvective diffusion and energy transportLANGER, N; SUFIMOTO, D; FRICKE, K. J et al.Astronomy and astrophysics (Berlin. Print). 1983, Vol 126, Num 1, pp 207-208, issn 0004-6361Article

Radial Pulsations of Massive Main-Sequence StarsFADEYEV, Yu. A; RUDNITSKII, G.Astronomy letters (Print). 2011, Vol 37, Num 1, pp 11-19, issn 1063-7737, 9 p.Article

Collapse-driven supernovae : When do they explode?YAMADA, Shoichi.Progress of theoretical physics. Supplement. 2006, Num 163, pp 1-22, issn 0375-9687, 22 p.Conference Paper

Meridional circulation in young massive stars with laminar rotationSTARITSIN, E. I.Astronomy reports. 2005, Vol 49, Num 8, pp 634-643, issn 1063-7729, 10 p.Article

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