Items where Author is "Paletou, F."

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2014

Petit, P. and Louge, T. and Theado, S. and Paletou, F. and Manset, N. and Morin, J. and Marsden, S. C. and Jeffers, S. V. (2014) PolarBase: a data base of high-resolution spectropolarimetric stellar observations. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 126 (939). pp. 469-475. ISSN 0004-6280

2012

Morgenthaler, A. and Petit, P. and Saar, S. and Solanki, S. K. and Morin, J. and Marsden, S. C. and Auriere, M. and Dintrans, B. and Fares, R. and Gastine, T. and Lanoux, J. and Lignieres, F. and Paletou, F. and Ramirez Velez, J. C. and Theado, S. and Van Grootel, V. (2012) Long-term magnetic field monitoring of the Sun-like star ksi Bootis A. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 540. pp. 1-15. ISSN 0004-6361

2009

Wade, G. A. and Silvester, J. and Bale, K. and Johnson, N. and Power, J. and Auriere, M. and Lignieres, F. and Dintrans, B. and Donati, J. -F. and Hui Bon Hoa, A. and Mouillet, D. and Naseri, S. and Paletou, F. and Petit, P. and Rincon, F. and Toque, N. and Bagnulo, S. and Folsom, C. P. and Landstreet, J. D. and Gruberbauer, M. and Lueftinger, T. and Jeffers, S. V. and Lebre, A. and Marsden, S. C. (2009) Why are some A stars magnetic, while most are not? In: Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference(SPW5): 5th Solar Polarization Workshop: a Workshop In Honor of Jan Olof Stenflo, 17-21 Sep 2007, Ascona, Switzerland.

2008

Donati, J. -F. and Jardine, M. M. and Gregory, S. G. and Petit, P. and Paletou, F. and Bouvier, J. and Dougados, C. and Menard, F. and Cameron, A. C. and Harries, T. J. and Hussain, G. A. J. and Unruh, Y. and Morin, J. and Marsden, S. C. and Manset, N. and Auriere, M. and Catala, C. and Alecian, E. (2008) Magnetospheric accretion on the T Tauri star BP Tauri. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 386 (3). pp. 1234-1251. ISSN 0035-8711

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