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The Rest-Frame Optical Spectrum of MS 1512-cB58.
Teplitz HI, McLean IS, Becklin EE, Figer DF, Gilbert AM, Graham JR, Larkin JE, Levenson NA, Wilcox MK. Teplitz HI, et al. Among authors: wilcox mk. Astrophys J. 2000 Apr 10;533(1):L65-L68. doi: 10.1086/312595. Astrophys J. 2000. PMID: 10727393
2 Micron Spectroscopy within 0&farcs;3 of Sagittarius A*.
Figer DF, Becklin EE, McLean IS, Gilbert AM, Graham JR, Larkin JE, Levenson NA, Teplitz HI, Wilcox MK, Morris M. Figer DF, et al. Among authors: wilcox mk. Astrophys J. 2000 Apr 10;533(1):L49-L52. doi: 10.1086/312596. Astrophys J. 2000. PMID: 10727389
Hot Stars and Cool Clouds: The Photodissociation Region M16.
Levenson NA, Graham JR, McLean IS, Becklin EE, Figer DF, Gilbert AM, Larkin JE, Teplitz HI, Wilcox MK. Levenson NA, et al. Among authors: wilcox mk. Astrophys J. 2000 Apr 10;533(1):L53-L56. doi: 10.1086/312601. Astrophys J. 2000. PMID: 10727390