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The solar eruption of 2005 May 13 and its effects: Long-baseline interplanetary scintillation observations of the earth-directed coronal mass ejection

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The solar eruption of 2005 May 13 and its effects: Long-baseline interplanetary scintillation observations of the earth-directed coronal mass ejection. / Breen, A. R.; Fallows, R. A.; Bisi, M. M.; Jones, R. A.; Jackson, B. V.; Kojima, M.; Dorrian, G. D.; Middleton, H. R.; Thomasson, P.; Wannberg, G.

In: Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol. 683, No. 1, 10.08.2008, p. L79-L82.

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Breen, AR, Fallows, RA, Bisi, MM, Jones, RA, Jackson, BV, Kojima, M, Dorrian, GD, Middleton, HR, Thomasson, P & Wannberg, G 2008, 'The solar eruption of 2005 May 13 and its effects: Long-baseline interplanetary scintillation observations of the earth-directed coronal mass ejection', Astrophysical Journal Letters, vol. 683, no. 1, pp. L79-L82. https://doi.org/10.1086/591520

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Breen, A. R., Fallows, R. A., Bisi, M. M., Jones, R. A., Jackson, B. V., Kojima, M., Dorrian, G. D., Middleton, H. R., Thomasson, P., & Wannberg, G. (2008). The solar eruption of 2005 May 13 and its effects: Long-baseline interplanetary scintillation observations of the earth-directed coronal mass ejection. Astrophysical Journal Letters, 683(1), L79-L82. https://doi.org/10.1086/591520

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Breen AR, Fallows RA, Bisi MM, Jones RA, Jackson BV, Kojima M et al. The solar eruption of 2005 May 13 and its effects: Long-baseline interplanetary scintillation observations of the earth-directed coronal mass ejection. Astrophysical Journal Letters. 2008 Aug 10;683(1):L79-L82. https://doi.org/10.1086/591520

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Breen, A. R. ; Fallows, R. A. ; Bisi, M. M. ; Jones, R. A. ; Jackson, B. V. ; Kojima, M. ; Dorrian, G. D. ; Middleton, H. R. ; Thomasson, P. ; Wannberg, G. / The solar eruption of 2005 May 13 and its effects: Long-baseline interplanetary scintillation observations of the earth-directed coronal mass ejection. In: Astrophysical Journal Letters. 2008 ; Vol. 683, No. 1. pp. L79-L82.

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