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Taurus A

A guide to TAURUS-2 Fabry-Perot data reduction

A Male Linkage Map of the Cattle (Bos taurus) Genome

The Polled Locus Maps to BTA1 in a Bos indicus × Bos taurus Cross

Development and Initial Characterization of a Bos taurus × B. gaurus Interspecific Hybrid Backcross Panel

Near-Infrared Coronagraphic Observations of a Classical T Tauri Star, DO Taurus

A GMRT survey of regions towards the Taurus molecular cloud at 323 and 608 MHz

Applying a one-dimensional PDR model to the Taurus molecular cloud and its atomic envelope

The JCMT Legacy Survey of the Gould Belt: a first look at Taurus with HARP

Discovery of a bright microlensing event with planetary features towards the Taurus region: a super-Earth planet

African-Derived Mitochondria in South American Native Cattle Breeds (Bos taurus): Evidence of a New Taurine Mitochondrial Lineage

A Very Dense Low-Mass Molecular Condensation in Taurus: Evidence for the Moment of Protostellar Core Formation

The JCMT and Herschel Gould Belt Surveys: a comparison of SCUBA-2 and Herschel data of dense cores in the Taurus dark cloud L1495

Variation of the ultraviolet extinction law across the Taurus-Auriga star-forming complex. A GALEX based study

A census of dense cores in the Taurus L1495 cloud from the Herschel Gould Belt Survey

A search for pre-substellar cores and proto-brown dwarf candidates in Taurus: multiwavelength analysis in the B213-L1495 clouds

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

Clive J. Christie. A Modern History of Southeast Asia: Decolonization, Nationalism and Separatism. (Tauris Academic Studies.) London: I. B. Taurus. 1996. Pp. x, 286. $19.95

 

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A strong radio source in the constellation Taurus, identified with the Crab Nebula. The radio and optical emissions from the nebula are produced by synchrotron radiation. At the centre of the nebula lies the Crab Pulsar, but this is a much weaker radio source than the nebula itself.

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