# EVIDENCE OF TIDAL DEBRIS FROM ω Cen IN THE KAPTEYN GROUP

@article{WyliedeBoer2010EVIDENCEOT,
title={EVIDENCE OF TIDAL DEBRIS FROM $\omega$ Cen IN THE KAPTEYN GROUP},
author={E. C. Wylie-de Boer and Kenneth A. Freeman and Mary E. K. Williams},
journal={The Astronomical Journal},
year={2010},
volume={139},
pages={636 - 645}
}
• Published 20 October 2009
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