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English: Fragmentation hierarchy of major Kreutz Sungrazers (two-superfragment model)
Русский: Примерные взаимоотношения между крупнейшими членами семейства Крейца (модель двух суперфрагментов)
Date 2008-11-03 09:47 (UTC)
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  • Sekanina, Zdeněk; and Chodas, Paul W. (2004). " Fragmentation hierarchy of bright sungrazing comets and the birth and orbital evolution of the kreutz system. I. Two-superfragment model". The Astrophysical Journal 607: 620–639. DOI: 10.1086/383466.
  • derivative work: Chesnok ( talk)


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