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Thursday, July 12, 2012

Talk at EXGAL meeting ESO: The mid-infrared correlation of AGN

Here are the slides of my latest talk at the extragalactic group meeting, ESO, Santiago on July 12th 2012:
Asmus Exgal Short

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