Massive Star Cluster Formation and Destruction in Luminous Infrared Galaxies in GOALS

@article{Linden2017MassiveSC,
  title={Massive Star Cluster Formation and Destruction in Luminous Infrared Galaxies in GOALS},
  author={Sean T. Linden and Aaron S. Evans and Jeffrey A. Rich and Kirsten L. Larson and Lee Armus and Tanio D'iaz-Santos and George C. Privon and J. Howell and Hanae Inami and D.-C. Kim and Li-Hsin Chien and Tatjana Vavilkin and Joseph M. Mazzarella and Jason Surace and Sinclaire M. Manning and Ahmed H. Abdullah and A. Blake and Aara'L. Yarber and Trystan S Lambert},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={843},
  pages={91}
}
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