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Authors: Blakeslee, JP Davis, M Tonry, JL Dressler, A Ajhar, EA
Citation: Jp. Blakeslee et al., A first comparison of the surface brightness fluctuation survey distances with the galaxy density field: Implications for H-0 and Omega, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. L73-L76

Authors: Lieu, R Bonamente, M Mittaz, JPD Durret, F Dos Santos, S Kaastra, JS
Citation: R. Lieu et al., Reobserving the extreme-ultraviolet emission from Abell 2199: In situ measurement of background distribution by offset pointing, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. L77-L80

Authors: Zhang, Q Fall, SM
Citation: Q. Zhang et Sm. Fall, The mass function of young star clusters in the "Antennae" galaxies, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. L81-L84

Authors: Schlegel, EM
Citation: Em. Schlegel, X-ray detection of SN1994W in NGC 4041?, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. L85-L88

Authors: Brighenti, F Mathews, WG
Citation: F. Brighenti et Wg. Mathews, Chandra detection of massive black holes in galactic cooling flows, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. L89-L92

Authors: Halzen, F Hooper, DW
Citation: F. Halzen et Dw. Hooper, Neutrino event rates from gamma-ray bursts, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. L93-L96

Authors: Livne, E
Citation: E. Livne, Delayed detonation at a single point in exploding white dwarfs, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. L97-L100

Authors: Kassim, NE Lazio, TJW
Citation: Ne. Kassim et Tjw. Lazio, Upper limits on the continuum emission from Geminga at 74 and 326 MHz, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. L101-L104

Authors: Reid, IN Kirkpatrick, JD Gizis, JE Liebert, J
Citation: In. Reid et al., BRI 0021-0214: Another surprise at the bottom of the main sequence, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. L105-L107

Authors: Wardle, M Walker, M
Citation: M. Wardle et M. Walker, Thermal stability of cold clouds in Galaxy halos, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. L109-L112

Authors: Gregori, G Miniati, F Ryu, DS Jones, TW
Citation: G. Gregori et al., Enhanced cloud disruption by magnetic field interaction, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. L113-L116

Authors: Zhang, QH Hunter, TR Sridharan, TK Cesaroni, R
Citation: Qh. Zhang et al., Shock-heated NH3 in a molecular jet associated with a high-mass young star, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. L117-L120

Authors: Warren, HP Bookbinder, JA Forbes, TG Golub, L Hudson, HS Reeves, K Warshall, A
Citation: Hp. Warren et al., Trace and Yohkoh observations of high-temperature plasma in a two-ribbon limb flare, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. L121-L124

Authors: Sandage, A
Citation: A. Sandage, Bias properties of extragalactic distance indicators. VIII. H-0 from distance-limited luminosity class and morphological type-specific luminosity functions for Sb, Sbc and Sc galaxies calibrated using Cepheids, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. 479-487

Authors: Yamamoto, K Nishioka, H Suto, Y
Citation: K. Yamamoto et al., The cosmological light-cone effect on the power spectrum of galaxies and quasars in wide-field redshift surveys, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. 488-497

Authors: Fassnacht, CD Pearson, TJ Readhead, ACS Browne, IWA Koopmans, LVE Myers, ST Wilkinson, PN
Citation: Cd. Fassnacht et al., A determination of H-0 with the class gravitational lens B1608+656. I. Time delay measurements with the VLA, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. 498-512

Authors: Koopmans, LVE Fassnacht, CD
Citation: Lve. Koopmans et Cd. Fassnacht, A determination of H-0 with the class gravitational lens B1608+656. II. Mass models and the Hubble constant from lensing, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. 513-524

Authors: Donahue, M Voit, GM Scharf, CA Gioia, IM Mullis, CR Hughes, JP Stocke, JT
Citation: M. Donahue et al., The second most distant cluster of galaxies in the extended medium sensitivity survey, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. 525-534

Authors: Williams, LLR Navarro, JF Bartelmann, M
Citation: Llr. Williams et al., The core structure of galaxy clusters from gravitational lensing, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. 535-544

Authors: Markevitch, M Vikhlinin, A Forman, WR Sarazin, CL
Citation: M. Markevitch et al., Mass profiles of the typical relaxed galaxy clusters A2199 and A496, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. 545-553

Authors: Borne, KD Colina, L Bushouse, H Lucas, RA
Citation: Kd. Borne et al., Hubble Space Telescope observations of the serendipitous X-ray companion to Markarian 273: Cluster at z=0.46?, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. 554-560

Authors: Borgani, S Girardi, M Carlberg, RG Yee, HKC Ellingson, E
Citation: S. Borgani et al., Velocity dispersions of CNOC clusters and the evolution of the cluster abundance, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. 561-572

Authors: Kobayashi, C Arimoto, N
Citation: C. Kobayashi et N. Arimoto, Gradients of absorption-line strengths in elliptical galaxies, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. 573-599

Authors: Das, M Jog, CJ
Citation: M. Das et Cj. Jog, Tidally compressed gas in centers of early-type and ultraluminous galaxies, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. 600-608

Authors: Punsly, B
Citation: B. Punsly, Subrelativistic jets from black hole accretion vortices. I. The extreme-ultraviolet and X-ray emission from radio-quiet quasars, ASTROPHYS J, 527(2), 1999, pp. 609-623
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