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2004 NaturePublishing Group and/or heat sources were involved in the formation history of these
 

Summary: 2004 NaturePublishing Group
and/or heat sources were involved in the formation history of these
objects. A
Received 21 May; accepted 21 July 2004; doi:10.1038/nature02882.
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Source: Ashley, Michael C. B. - School of Physics, University of New South Wales

 

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