An X-ray outburst from the rapidly accreting young star that illuminates McNeil's nebula

@article{Kastner2004AnXO,
  title={An X-ray outburst from the rapidly accreting young star that illuminates McNeil's nebula},
  author={Joel H. Kastner and Michael Richmond and Nicol'as F. Del Grosso and David A. Weintraub and Theodore Simon and Adam Frank and Kenji Hamaguchi and Hideki Ozawa and Arne Anthon Henden},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2004},
  volume={430},
  pages={429-431}
}
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