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2MASS All Sky Catalog of point sources.

  title={2MASS All Sky Catalog of point sources.},
  author={Roc M. Cutri and Michael F. Skrutskie and S. Van Dyk and Charles A. Beichman and John M. Carpenter and Thomas J. Chester and Laurent Cambresy and Timothy Evans and John W. Fowler and John E. Gizis and Eric M. Howard and John Peter Huchra and Thomas H. Jarrett and Eugene Kopan and J. Davy Kirkpatrick and Robert M. Light and K A Marsh and Howard L. McCallon and Stephen E. Schneider and Rae F. Stiening and Mark V. Sykes and Martin D Weinberg and Wm. A. Wheaton and S. L. Wheelock and Nuno Zacarias},
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