author={R. Brent Tully and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne M. Courtois and Andrew E. Dolphin and J. Richard Fisher and Ph. H{\'e}raudeau and Bradley A. Jacobs and Igor D. Karachentsev and Dmitry I. Makarov and Lidia Makarova and Sofia Mitronova and Luca Rizzi and Edward J. Shaya and Jenny G. Sorce and Po-Feng Wu},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
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