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J/ApJ/708/817
 RR Lyrae variables in M32 and M31 (Fiorentino+, 2010)
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    J/ApJ/708/817/rrlyr(c)RR Lyrae properties of Field 1 (table 2) and Field 2 (table 3) (31 rows)
    J/ApJ/708/817/table4Time-series magnitudes for RR Lyrae variables (992 rows)
  
J/ApJ/715/277
 Insights into the Cepheid distance scale (Bono+, 2010)
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    J/ApJ/715/277/sample(c)Galaxy sample (50 rows)
    J/ApJ/715/277/table7Galaxy metal abundances (52 rows)
    J/ApJ/715/277/table8Slopes b(V) and b(I) of observed P-L relations estimated using Cepheids with 0.5≤logP≤2.0 (87 rows)
    J/ApJ/715/277/table15Distance moduli µ0(WVI) for the galaxies listed in Table 8 (87 rows)
    J/ApJ/715/277/refsReferences (41 rows)
  
J/ApJ/733/124
 Cepheids in M101 observed with HST (Shappee+, 2011)
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    J/ApJ/733/124/cepheids(c)Cepheid variables data (tables 3 and 6) (827 rows)
    J/ApJ/733/124/table4(c)Rejected Cepheid Candidates (400 rows)
    J/ApJ/733/124/table2(c)Secondary standards (50 rows)
  
J/A+A/363/L1
 The distance modulus of the LMC (Kovacs, 2000)
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    J/A+A/363/L1/lmcrrd(c)Double mode RR Lyr stars in LMC (181 rows)
  
J/A+A/562/A24
 Cool carbon stars in the halo and Fornax dSph (Mauron+, 2014)
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    J/A+A/562/A24/table1(c)Observed carbon stars in the halo and in the dwarf galaxies Carina and Fornax (23 rows)
    J/A+A/562/A24/table2(c)TAROT observations of cool carbon stars and obtained periods (16 rows)
    J/A+A/562/A24/table5(c)Fornax C stars with periods (22 rows)
    J/A+A/562/A24/tablea2(c)Objects in the direction of Fornax that are not carbon stars (39 rows)
    J/A+A/562/A24/tablea4(c)Halo C stars with periods (66 rows)

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