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Perseus A

The Perseus Project: a digital library for the humanities

A wide Chandra view of the core of the Perseus cluster

Dwarf galaxies in the Perseus Cluster: further evidence for a disc origin for dwarf ellipticals

Evidence for grain growth in molecular clouds: A Bayesian examination of the extinction law in Perseus

A search for interstellar anthracene towards the Perseus anomalous microwave emission region

A submillimetre survey of the kinematics of the Perseus molecular cloud – III. Clump kinematics

Erratum: A search for interstellar anthracene toward the Perseus anomalous microwave emission region

A submillimetre survey of the kinematics of the Perseus molecular cloud – I. Data

Keck spectroscopy of the faint dwarf elliptical galaxy population in the Perseus Cluster core: mixed stellar populations and a flat luminosity function

NGC 2236: a moderately metal-poor open cluster of Hyades-like age located beyond the Perseus spiral arm

Levin, Simon A. Fragile Dominion: Complexity and the Commons. Reading MA: Perseus Books, 1999, 254 pp., $27.00

Coal: A Human History. By Barbara Freese. Cambridge, Mass.: Perseus Publishing, 2003. 320 pp. Bibliography, index. Cloth $25.00

The WSRT ZoA Perseus-Pisces filament wide-field H i imaging survey – I. H i catalogue and atlas

Tracing the general structure of Galactic molecular clouds using Planck data – I. The Perseus region as a test case

A deep catalogue of classical Be stars in the direction of the Perseus Arm: spectral types and interstellar reddenings

Non-thermal X-rays, a high-abundance ridge and fossil bubbles in the core of the Perseus cluster of galaxies

Interstellar C2 in the Perseus molecular complex: excitation temperature and density of a molecular cloud with anomalous microwave emission

A shallow though extensive H2 2.122-μm imaging survey of Taurus–Auriga–Perseus – I. NGC 1333, L1455, L1448 and B1

 

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A radio source in the constellation Perseus, identified with the 12th-magnitude supergiant elliptical galaxy NGC 1275. It is the brightest member of the Perseus Cluster of galaxies, about 250 million l.y. away.

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