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Astronomical Journal is a journal indexed in SJR in Astronomy and Astrophysics and Space and Planetary Science with an H index of 271. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,61 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Astronomical Journal focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: dwarf, galaxy, star, stars, m, xray, g, physical, population, photometry, ...

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Aims and Scope

dwarf, galaxy, star, stars, m, xray, g, physical, population, photometry, proper, properties, variable, virgo, white, ngc, red, objects, activitya, belt, binary, cluster, companion, eclipsing, galaxies, absolute, globular, hot, kuiper, lyrae, mass, motions, nearby,

Best articles

"Erratum: ""the Contraction of Io's Orbit"" in Astronomical Journal, Vol. 92, 199 (1986)"

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"Erratum: ""The use of Dwarf Elliptical Galaxies as Distance Indicators: The Relative Distances between Virgo, Fornax, and Centaurus"" [A. J. 98, 1542 (1989)]"

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A 1.4 GHz source survey in an area without nearby rich galaxy clusters

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A 1400 MHz sky survey. II - Confusion-limited maps covering ascension between 19 H 30 M and 7 H 30 m, declination between -5 deg and +82 deg

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A kinematic and abundance survey at the Galactic poles. III

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A new method to determine the interstellar reddening towards WN stars

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A search for eclipses of HD 114762 by a low-mass companion

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A search for evidence of past and ongoing mass loss in the hot DO degenerates PG 1159 - 035, PG 1034 + 001, and KPD 0005 + 5106

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A search for quasars and emission-line galaxies in the Sculptor region

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A stellar wind blown bubble associated with the Wolf-Rayet star HD 197406

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A study of the large-scale structure in the distribution of galaxies in a region centered about the Cancer cluster. I - Initial observational results. II - Further observational results

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A Study of the Largescale Structure in the Distribution of Galaxies in a Region Centered about the Cancer Cluster - Part Two - Further Observational Results

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A surprise at the bottom of the main sequence: Rapid rotation and NO H-alpha emission

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A systematic search for variability of X-ray sources. II - The low galactic latitude sample

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A time-resolved spectroscopic study of the SU Ursae Majoris dwarf nova YZ CANCRI

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An automated survey for gravitational lenses

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An investigation of CN-sensitive spectral indices using synthetic spectra

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Analysis of the Optical Emission Lines of SN 1987A

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Angular diameters by the lunar occultation technique. VII

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Astrometry of SN 1987A and SK -69.202 deg

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Blazarlike activity in the low polarization quasar 3C 273

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BVI CCD photometry of the broad main-sequence globular cluster NGC 1851

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BVRI CCD photometry of Omega Centauri

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CCD and photographic photometry of NGC 1904

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