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Accurate proper motions as probes of distance and dynamical structure: The case of M13.

M WYBO and Herwig Dejonghe UGent (1995) ASTRONOMICAL AND ASTROPHYSICAL OBJECTIVES OF SUB-MILLIARCSECOND OPTICAL ASTROMETRY. 166. p.369-369
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ASTRONOMICAL AND ASTROPHYSICAL OBJECTIVES OF SUB-MILLIARCSECOND OPTICAL ASTROMETRY
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166
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369-369 pages
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0074-1809
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English
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Chicago
WYBO, M, and Herwig Dejonghe. 1995. “Accurate Proper Motions as Probes of Distance and Dynamical Structure: The Case of M13.” Astronomical and Astrophysical Objectives of Sub-milliarcsecond Optical Astrometry 166: 369–369.
APA
WYBO, M., & Dejonghe, H. (1995). Accurate proper motions as probes of distance and dynamical structure: The case of M13. ASTRONOMICAL AND ASTROPHYSICAL OBJECTIVES OF SUB-MILLIARCSECOND OPTICAL ASTROMETRY, 166, 369–369.
Vancouver
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WYBO M, Dejonghe H. Accurate proper motions as probes of distance and dynamical structure: The case of M13. ASTRONOMICAL AND ASTROPHYSICAL OBJECTIVES OF SUB-MILLIARCSECOND OPTICAL ASTROMETRY. 1995;166:369–369.
MLA
WYBO, M, and Herwig Dejonghe. “Accurate Proper Motions as Probes of Distance and Dynamical Structure: The Case of M13.” ASTRONOMICAL AND ASTROPHYSICAL OBJECTIVES OF SUB-MILLIARCSECOND OPTICAL ASTROMETRY 166 (1995): 369–369. Print.