Content About: Peter Conti
Spectroscopic studies of Wolf-Rayet stars. IV - Optical spectrophotometry of the emission lines in galactic and large Magellanic Cloud stars
Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics of the National Bureau of Standards and the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado. Observatory report.
Massive star formation and feedback in W49A: the source of our Galaxy's most luminous water maser outflow
Spectroscopic studies of O-type stars. VII. Rotational velocities V*sin(i) and evidence for macroturbulent motions.
Connection between nonradial pulsations and stellar winds in massive stars. V - Stellar winds and variability in hot luminous stars
Conference Highlights: Wolf‐Rayet Phenomena in Massive Stars and Starburst Galaxies: IAU Symposium 193
Results from a near infrared search for emission-line stars in the Inner Galaxy: Spectra of new Wolf-Rayet stars
Spectroscopic studies of Wolf-Rayet stars with absorption lines. II - The WN8 standard star HD 177230
High Spatial Resolution Spectroscopy of W51 IRS 2E and IRS 2W: Two Very Massive Young Stars in Early Formation Stages
Stellar Winds: Intrinsic Variability in Ultraviolet Spectra of Early-Type Stars: The Discrete Absorption Lines
Spectroscopic studies of Wolf-Rayet stars with absorption lines. IV - The mass of CX Cephei /WN5+O/. V - HD 9974, a single WN3
Hubble Space Telescope Ultraviolet Imaging and Spectroscopy of the Bright Starburst in the Wolf-Rayet Galaxy NGC 4214