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w=−1 as an Attractor. / Sloan, David.

In: The Open Journal of Astrophysics, 02.05.2016.

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Sloan D. w=−1 as an Attractor. The Open Journal of Astrophysics. 2016 May 2. https://doi.org/10.21105/astro.1602.02113

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Sloan, David. / w=−1 as an Attractor. In: The Open Journal of Astrophysics. 2016.

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