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Kosovichev, A. G.; Arlt, R.; Bonanno, A.; Brandenburg, A.; Brun, A. S.; Busse, F. H.; Dikpati, M.; Hara, H.; Hill, F.; Gilman, P. A.; Kitiashvili, I. N.; Kleeorin, N.; Komm, R.; Mansour, N. N.; Miesch, M.; Nordlund, A.; Pevtsov, A. A.; Pipin, V. V.; Rempel, M.; Rogachevskii, I.; Ruediger, G.; Stein, R. F.; Sekii, T.; Simitev, R.; Stenflo, J. O.; Thompson, M. J.; Ulrich, R. K.; Yokoi, N.; Yokoyama, T.; Wray, A. A. ... view all 31 authors View less authors (2013)
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