Probable observation of the galactic nucleus at 400 Mc./s.

@article{McGee1954ProbableOO,
  title={Probable observation of the galactic nucleus at 400 Mc./s.},
  author={Richard X. McGee and John G. Bolton},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1954},
  volume={173},
  pages={985-987}
}

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