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RE: PDF request
So it seems that Hughes and Rutledge are simply agreeing with the original
Russell & Tucker (1970) paper.
Although they are adding that it was possibly a chain reaction of supernovae
(a la the core explosion of Niven's "Known Space" setting) rather than a single
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
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> Full citation:
> Hughes, V.A.; Routledge, D, 1972. "Expanding ring of interstellar gas with
> center close to the Sun" Astronomical Journal; v. 77(3) p. 210-
> 214; Apr 1972.
> access this article using this url:
> John Schneiderman
> > does anyone happen to have an astronomical paper of V. A. Hughes and D.
> > Rutledge speculating about the supposed dinosaur-killing supernova?
> > Partial citation is "Astronomical Journal, v.77, pp.210-214 (April
> > 1972)", but I couldn't find the original name of the article. Thank you, in
> > advance.
> > Vladimir