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Non-variable 13.5 mm flux in the strong millimetre component of Centaurus A


IT has been suggested1 that the peculiar galaxy and strong radio source Cen A has a strong and possibly variable component in the millimetre wavelength region.

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FOGARTY, W., SCHUCH, N. Non-variable 13.5 mm flux in the strong millimetre component of Centaurus A. Nature 254, 124–125 (1975).

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