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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00208169
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00208169
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00208169
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00208169
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00208169
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00208169
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Eckerd - CSN - 350
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00208169
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00208169
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00208169
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00208169
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00208169
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00208169
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00208169
# Ep dEp lprob lNiso dlNiso182.142 0.152 6.40e-05 136.978 0.158182.290 0.153 -6.78e-05 136.978 0.158182.454 0.176 -2.67e-05 136.978 0.158182.643 0.201 -1.60e-04 136.978 0.158182.858 0.230 -1.40e-04 136.978 0.158183.105 0.264 -2.53e-04 136.978 0
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00208169
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00208169
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