A&A 495, 899-900 (2009)
Results from DROXO
I. The variability of fluorescent Fe 6.4 keV emission in the
young star Elias 29. High-energy electrons in the star's accretion tubes? G. Giardino1, F. Favata2, I. Pillitteri3, E. Flaccomio3, G. Micela3, and S. Sciortino3 1
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Without abstract Key words:
ISM: clouds --
ISM: individual objects:
-Oph cloud --
stars: pre-main sequence --
X-rays: stars --
stars: individual: Elias 29 --
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