Five Star

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Five Star

Five Star Final (1930)


Five Star Final



A five-star debate

Neighbourhood star hosts five exoplanets

Mass functions of five distant northern open star clusters

HST/STIS optical spectroscopy of five super star clusters in the starburst galaxy M82

Exploring star formation using the filaments in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Data Release Five

Five young star clusters in the outer region of the Small Magellanic Cloud

Kepler's first view of O-star variability: K2 data of five O stars in Campaign 0 as a proof of concept for O-star asteroseismology

Analysis of MOST light curves of five young stars in Taurus–Auriga and Lupus 3 star-forming regions*

Observation and modelling of main-sequence star chromospheres – XII. Two-component model chromospheres for five active dM1e stars*

The Nursing Home Five Star Rating: How Does It Compare to Resident and Family Views of Care?

SPRINGFIELD, Lincoln (died 1950), chief reporter of The Star for the first five years of its existence; editorial staff of Pall Mall Gazette throughout late H. C. Cust’s editorship; news editor of Daily Mail for first five years of its existence; formed a company to purchase London Opinion, 1909, and edited it until 1924

Optical spectra of five new Be/X-ray binaries in the Small Magellanic Cloud and the link of the supergiant B[e] star LHA 115-S 18 with an X-ray source

BREZHNEV, Leonid Ilyich (1906 - 1982), Order of Victory; Hero of the Soviet Union (two awards); five Orders of Lenin; two Orders of the Red Banner; Order of Bogdan Khmelnitsky (2nd cl.); Order of the Patriotic War (1st cl.); two Orders of the October Revolution; Order of the Red Star; Hero of Socialist Labour; Chairman of the Presidium, Supreme Soviet of USSR, since 1977 (President, 1960–64); General Secretary (formerly First Secretary) of the Central Committee, CPSU, since 1964


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