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Volume 654 (October 2021)
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Ultra diffuse galaxies in the MATLAS survey
Ultra diffuse galaxies in the MATLAS survey (Marleau, F. R., et al., 2021, A&A, 654, A105)

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  • Volume 654 (October 2021)(open volume)

    1. The supersonic pulsar wind nebula IGR J11014–6103 (Bordas, P., et al., 2021, A&A, 654, A4)
    2. A multicomponent radio halo in the highly disturbed galaxy cluster Abell 2744 (Rajpurohit, K., et al., A&A, 2021, 654, A41)
    3. Detailed views of the largest asteroids with VLT/SPHERE (Vernazza, P., et al., 2021, A&A, 654, A56)
    4. Ultra diffuse galaxies in the MATLAS survey (Marleau, F. R., et al., 2021, A&A, 654, A105)
  • Volume 653 (September 2021)

    1. Particle aggregation in an electric field aboard the ISS (Koch, T. E., et al., 2021, A&A, 653, A1)
    2. A census of molecular clouds within 2 kpc distance (Spikler, A., et al., 2021, A&A, 653, A63)
    3. The lithology of Vesta unraveled by the VIR spectrometer (Rousseau, B., et al., 2021, A&A, 653, A118)
    4. Crack formation on organic-rich comet analogs (Haack, D., et al., 2021, A&A, 653, A153)
  • Volume 652 (August 2021)

    1. ρ Oph region: two dynamically distinct populations (Grasser, N., et al., 2021, A&A, 652, A2)
    2. Three dwarf galaxies discovered around NGC 253 (Martinez-Delgado, D., et al., 2021, A&A, 652, A48)
    3. Convective shell simulation on a cubed-sphere mesh (Edelmann, P. V. F., et al., 2021, A&A, 652, A53)
    4. TESS massive eclipsing binaries across the sky (IJspeert, L. W., et al., 2021, A&A, 652, A120)