High-energy astrophysics: Is Cygnus X-3 a source of gamma rays or of new particles?

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Watson, A. High-energy astrophysics: Is Cygnus X-3 a source of gamma rays or of new particles?. Nature 315, 454–455 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1038/315454b0

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