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Infrared Studies of the Young Stellar Population of 30 Doradus

  • P. J. McGregor (a1) and A. R. Hyland (a1)

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The 30 Doradus region offers an excellent opportunity to study cluster formation processes and recent star formation in the Large Magellanic Cloud.

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