29P/Schwassmann–Wachmann 1, A Centaur in the Gateway to the Jupiter-family Comets

@article{Sarid201929PSchwassmannWachmann1A,
  title={29P/Schwassmann–Wachmann 1, A Centaur in the Gateway to the Jupiter-family Comets},
  author={Gal Sarid and Kathryn Volk and Jordan K. Steckloff and Walter M. Harris and Maria Womack and Laura M. Woodney},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2019}
}
National Science Foundation (NSF) [1615917, AST-1824869, 1910275]; National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA) [NNX15AH59G, 80NSSC19K0785, 80NSSC18K0497] 

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