Far-infrared and molecular line observations of Lynds 183 - Studies of cold gas and dust

@article{Juvela2002FarinfraredAM,
  title={Far-infrared and molecular line observations of Lynds 183 - Studies of cold gas and dust},
  author={Mika Juvela and Kalevi Mattila and Kari Lehtinen and Dietrich Lemke and Ren{\'e} J. Laureijs and Timo Prusti},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2002},
  volume={382},
  pages={583-599}
}
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