Red Mass

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Red Mass

Red Mass

Red Mass

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Supernovae from red supergiants with extensive mass loss

Erratum: Supernovae from red supergiants with extensive mass loss

Annual Cycles in Body Mass and Reproduction of Endangered Mt. Graham Red Squirrels

Planetary nebulae after common-envelope phases initiated by low-mass red giants

The initial mass functions of M31 and M32 through far red stellar absorption features

Intraoperative conservation of red cell mass: controlled hypotension or haemodilution--not necessarily mutually exclusive?

The luminosity and stellar mass functions of red W1–W2 galaxies

Constraining the mass–richness relationship of redMaPPer clusters with angular clustering

The STAGES view of red spirals and dusty red galaxies: mass-dependent quenching of star formation in cluster infall

The mass-loss rates of red supergiants at low metallicity: detection of rotational CO emission from two red supergiants in the Large Magellanic Cloud

Environmental dependence of star formation rate, specific star formation rate and stellar mass for blue and red galaxies

Galaxy Zoo: building the low-mass end of the red sequence with local post-starburst galaxies*

Asteroseismology of old open clusters with Kepler: direct estimate of the integrated red giant branch mass-loss in NGC 6791 and 6819

Exploring the luminosity evolution and stellar mass assembly of 2SLAQ luminous red galaxies between redshifts 0.4 and 0.8

The stellar initial mass function in red-sequence galaxies: 1-μm spectroscopy of Coma cluster galaxies with Subaru/FMOS⋆


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According to W. usage, a Votive Mass of the Holy Spirit, so called from the red vestments in which it is traditionally celebrated.

Subjects: Christianity.

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