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Gas and Dust in CrA

  • K. N. R. Taylor (a1), R. Llewellyn (a1), P. Payne (a1), R. A. Vaile (a1) and S. Sakellis (a1)...

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Coronae Austrinae is one of the few star formation areas lying well away from the galactic plane (l = 360°, b = −17°) and is visible predominantly from the Southern Hemisphere.

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Gas and Dust in CrA

  • K. N. R. Taylor (a1), R. Llewellyn (a1), P. Payne (a1), R. A. Vaile (a1) and S. Sakellis (a1)...

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