MWC 297: a young high-mass star rotating at critical velocity

@article{Acke2008MWC2A,
  title={MWC 297: a young high-mass star rotating at critical velocity},
  author={Bram Acke and Tijl Verhoelst and Mario van den Ancker and Pieter D. Deroo and Christoffel Waelkens and Olivier Chesneau and Eric Tatulli and Myriam Benisty and Elena Puga and L. B. F. M. Waters and A. P. Verhoeff and A. de Koter},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2008},
  volume={485},
  pages={209-221}
}
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