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Title: L1551NE - Discovery of a binary companion
Authors: Wannier, P.
Keene, J.
Powers, J.
Butner, H.
Moriarty-Schieven, G.
Issue Date: 20-Apr-2000
Citation: Astrophysical journal, Vol. 533, No.2, Pt.2, 2000, pp. L143-L145
Hilo, HI, USA
Abstract: Young T Tauri stars in Taurus have been found to have a high incidence of multiplicity, with the fraction of close (<~100 A.U.) companions found to be 0.40 +/- 0.08(Ghez et al. 1993; Leinert et al. 1993; Simon et al. 1995; Patience et al. 1998), using speckle and occultation techniques.
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