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The Hot and Energetic Universe: Star formation and evolution

@article{Sciortino2013TheHA,
  title={The Hot and Energetic Universe: Star formation and evolution},
  author={Salvatore Sciortino and Gregor Rauw and M. Audard and Costanza Argiroffi and You-Hua Chu and Micha{\"e}l De Becker and Jeremy J. Drake and E. D. Feigelson and Eric Gosset and Nicol'as F. Del Grosso and Manuel Gudel and Mart{\'i}n A. Guerrero and A. Herv'e and Joel H. Kastner and Rodolfo Montez and Yael Naz'e and Lida M. Oskinova and Beate Stelzer and Asif ud-Doula},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
  year={2013}
}
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