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AAS HIGH-ENERGY ASTROPHYSICS DIVISION: X-rays Hit the Spot for Astrophysicists.

@article{Irion2000AASHA,
  title={AAS HIGH-ENERGY ASTROPHYSICS DIVISION: X-rays Hit the Spot for Astrophysicists.},
  author={Robert Irion},
  journal={Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={290 5498},
  pages={
          1884-5
        }
}
About 500 astronomers flocked to Waikiki Beach from 6 to 10 November for a meeting of the American Astronomical Society's High-Energy Astrophysics Division. Looking splendid in their complimentary aloha shirts, speakers told tales of intense radiation from deep space, including x-rays from baby stars and from quasars, which could help refine estimates of how quickly the universe is expanding. 
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