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  • Luisa Rebull is a Research Scientist at IPAC. Luisa loves roller coasters. --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 11:34, 15 February 2011 (PST)
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  • Luisa Rebull is a Research Scientist at IPAC. Luisa loves roller coasters. --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 11:34, 15 February 2011 (PST)
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  • --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 13:53, 3 February 2012 (PST)
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  • ...part of the "Filters, Magnitudes, Colors, Oh My!" playlist -- -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2020 ...part of the "Filters, Magnitudes, Colors, Oh My!" playlist -- -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2020
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  • ...(0:50) on how East is left when you are looking at the sky!] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull (2015) ...:15) on Introduction to the Basics of Astronomy Data Access] by Dr. Luisa Rebull (2018)
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  • ...], part of the "Filters, Magnitudes, Colors, Oh My!" playlist -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2020 ...ss)] that shows blackbodies as a function of temperature (T) -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2017
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  • ...part of the "Filters, Magnitudes, Colors, Oh My!" playlist -- -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2020 [[Magnitude definition]] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2009(?)
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  • ...], part of the "Filters, Magnitudes, Colors, Oh My!" playlist -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2020 ...], part of the "Filters, Magnitudes, Colors, Oh My!" playlist -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2020
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  • *[[What is an archive and why do we need archives?]] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2018 ...ith-dr-rebull?rq=rebull Spacepod episode] on archives, featuring Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2017
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  • *[[file:makingseds2020.pdf|Making SEDs worksheet]] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2020 but developed over many, many years [[Making SEDs - Overview]] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2011(?)
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  • *[[Resolution Overview]] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull (created 2010, last substantially updated 2017) ...nd exercises (used to be integrated with the overview above) -- Dr. Luisa Rebull (created 2010, last substantially updated 2017)
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  • [[Finding the velocity of a high-proper-motion star in IC2118]] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2020 [[Finding the diameter of a region we care about]] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2018, for the Ceph-C team
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  • --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 10:22, 19 December 2007 (PST) Hi guys - i still think it makes sense to
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  • [[Finding images using Skyview]] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull (2020) but developed over 10 years [[Finding images using IRSA tools]] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull (2020) but developed over 10 years
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  • --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 10:22, 19 December 2007 (PST) Hi guys - i still think it makes sense to
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  • ...ww.youtube.com/watch?v=3fMmZ4nMV8Q Movie (7:42) on IR light] (by Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2015) ...B4tvy1XA_SA Another movie (11:06) on multi-wavelength light] (by Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2015)
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  • ...], part of the "Filters, Magnitudes, Colors, Oh My!" playlist -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2020 ...], part of the "Filters, Magnitudes, Colors, Oh My!" playlist -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2020
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  • --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 12:35, 24 January 2012 (PST)
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  • ...ovie (25:35) on basics of astronomical literature searching] (by Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2022) -- newly updated!! ...ovie (21:54) on basics of astronomical literature searching] (by Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2016) 2nd half particularly out of date, sorry.
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  • ...Young Stars]] - More information on the study of young stars, by Dr. Luisa Rebull (2011) ...scussion of how to find members of young clusters in general. by Dr. Luisa Rebull (2017)
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  • ...], part of the "Filters, Magnitudes, Colors, Oh My!" playlist -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2020
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  • ...(0:50) on how East is left when you are looking at the sky!] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull (2015)
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  • --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 14:25, 5 December 2007 (PST) Hi Danielle - I just went ahead and updated --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 12:22, 21 December 2007 (PST) I think that is a FABULOUS thing to remembe
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  • ...essing what sizes you expect to find in the sky and in images -- Dr. Luisa Rebull (2020 but refined over nearly 10 years) ...ions for comparing resolution qualitatively between surveys]] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull (2020 but refined over nearly 10 years)
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  • ...ube.com/watch?v=kIbWKlAgHPM Movie (16:01) on What is Science] by Dr. Luisa Rebull (2016) ...h?v=Ej4ZUOdvU7o Movie (15:27) on FAQs on Being an Astronomer] by Dr. Luisa Rebull (2016)
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  • * Rebull et al., 2007, ApJS, 171, 447
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  • [[Overview of measuring distances]] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull (2020) but developed over 10 years
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  • ...ents with both uncorrelated and correlated Gaussian noise, as described in Rebull (2001, AJ, 121, 1676). We used those experiments to empirically set the FA
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  • ...ingstad, Constance Gartner. Middle Row, left to right: Mark Doering, Luisa Rebull, Taylor McCanna, Lyssa Matsche, Anna McCartney. First Row, left to right: C ...ingstad, Constance Gartner. Middle Row, left to right: Mark Doering, Luisa Rebull, Taylor McCanna, Lyssa Matsche, Anna McCartney. First Row, left to right: C
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  • ...hink these are good selections...not much written on LDN 880. I agree with Rebull that LDN 880. I think we should consider...LDN 1225 next choice. I am looki
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  • --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 15:39, 4 December 2007 (PST) --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 11:16, 5 December 2007 (PST) HI again Cale - Well, I'll give you a hint r
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  • Members of the team visited the Spitzer Science Center (SSC) to work with Dr. Rebull in the reduction of the data during the summer of 2005 and 2006. We have a The scientist working on this project is Dr. Luisa Rebull; she is a staff scientist at the Spitzer Space Center. Luisa’s main area
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  • ...is a chart that shows the SIMBAD references for each of the objects in Dr. Rebull's short list: 31 --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 14:16, 21 January 2008 (PST) but really from jan 20: cris sent me this in
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  • ...color images using IRSA's Finder Chart, ds9, and IRSA Viewer] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull (2017 .. note that the tools have changed since this movie was made!)
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  • * Find all papers by Luisa Rebull, or another astronomer friend. Which are refereed, and which are conference * Find the paper with the following reference: Rebull et al., 2008, ApJ, 681, 1484
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  • * [[Bootstrapping photometry]] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2019 ** [[Aperture photometry using APT]] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull, 2011
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  • (--[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 09:25, 9 January 2008 (PST) he's right, this didn't format well, so I rep --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 13:44, 14 January 2008 (PST) David added some general target selection st
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  • [[Passive voice?]] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull (2017)
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  • ...a huge region.) Later, [http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2011ApJS..196....4R Rebull et al. (2011)] studied this region with WISE, also looking for new young st
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  • Video conference with Dr Rebull - [[Studying Young Stars]] - Similar Diagram of classes of YSOs to the one ...d explanation of young stars and star formation. Lots of good pictures. Dr Rebull wrote this
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  • '''NEW''' from [[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 15:51, 17 May 2010 (PDT) : [[Working with CG4+SA101]] -- specific questio '''NEW''' from [[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 15:51, 17 May 2010 (PDT) : [[Working with CG4+SA101]] -- specific questio
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  • [[http://web.ipac.caltech.edu/staff/rebull/working/aa16915-11.pdf]] ...surface density of YSOs is ~1.6 per square arcminute (Johnson et al. 2012, Rebull et al. 2012); is there as high a surface density of YSOs outside of the IRA
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  • ...it them or make additional contributions, please email Dr. Luisa Rebull at rebull - at - ipac.caltech.edu to get an account set up.''' Please see the "help"
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  • ...xt]]-- Luisa's long email with travel instructions UPDATED --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 12:40, 5 May 2010 (PDT)
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  • sscsci101% source ../rebull/mopex/mopex-script-env.csh /ssc/sci/pleiades/rebull/mopex//bin/mosaic.pl
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  • ...ich needs some updating) on WISE and the WISE Archive (Nov 2012): by Luisa Rebull (SSC/IPAC). WISE is a satellite that observed in four infrared bands. It co
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  • '''Finding previously known objects – From Luisa Rebull'''
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  • ...brcfinalfiles.tar]] or [[file:allluisasbrcfinalfiles.zip]] --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 11:21, 3 January 2012 (PST)
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  • Wish to thank Dr. Luisa Rebull. [[File:Thankluisa.png]]
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  • ...dvanced_discussion_of_photometry Aperture Photometry Overview] (from Luisa Rebull).
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  • ...rizing the NITARP 2010 paper "New Young Star Candidates in CG4 and Sa101", Rebull et all, 2011 [[File:GISS_2011_Legassie_gum_nebula.pptx]] --[[User:Legass
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  • ...008b, Rebull et al. 2007, Harvey et al. 2007, Gutermuth et al. 2008, 2009, Rebull et al. 2010, 2011) and now WISE too (Koenig et al. 2011).
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  • ...e analyzed for BRC 27 and 34 by a prior NITARP team (Johnson et al., 2012, Rebull et al. in prep; see also Choudhury et al. 2010 for BRC 27) and for BRC 38 b ...owing the procedure in, e.g., Johnson et al. (2012 -- a 2011 NITARP team), Rebull et al. 2011 -- a 2010 NITARP team), and Guieu et al. (2009, ApJ, 720, 46 --
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  • ...youtube.com/watch?v=WZrzxFqWU_s Movie (31:09) on IR missions] -- Dr. Luisa Rebull (2015)
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  • Dr. Rebull put together a list of people, places, things that we should check out at t ...paration, conversation, sharing plots, brainstorming, etc. --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 13:12, 22 January 2010 (PST)
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  • ...and educators from all over the world. Working alongside astronomer Luisa Rebull (Spitzer Science Center) and with teacher/student teams from Oregon and Flo
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  • *[http://web.ipac.caltech.edu/staff/rebull/ic2118/monitoring/ raw ground-based data to practice with] (data taken by M ...ightcurves/ luisa's light curves] (data taken by R. Makidon and used by L. Rebull for part of her [http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2001AJ....121.1676R thesis]
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  • ...measured and reported fluxes at various bands. note that PA used MaxImDL, Rebull used apex/idl, and the rest used APT: |Rebull
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  • ...erstellar Clouds. III. Perseus Observed with IRAC],” 2006, ApJ, 645, 1246; Rebull et al., “[http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2007ApJS..171..447R The Spitzer c ...s of people using this method as a primary method for finding young stars: Rebull, “[http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2001AJ....121.1676R Rotation of Young Lo
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  • *Rebull et al. 2011, ApJS, 196, 4 - I gave you a copy of this at the AAS - me, usin *Rebull et al. 2013, AJ, 145, 15 - I gave you a copy of this at the AAS - me, with
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  • ...ect to first version below): [[file: BRC_prop3_final.doc]] --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 09:29, 21 March 2011 (PDT) ...(i missed version 2a, sorry): [[File: BRC_prop2_lmr.doc]] --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 13:46, 16 March 2011 (PDT)
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  • ...ons - we had considered BRC 31, 36, 38. BRC 31 is already thoroughly done (Rebull et al. 2011). BRC 34 (which the 2011 group did), BRC 36 and BRC 38 are all ...to be sure you have all or most of the relevant papers!) --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 15:19, 23 January 2012 (PST)
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  • ...go retrieve data, examine it, and think about it. In the CG4/Sa101 paper (Rebull et al. 2011, [http://arxiv.org/abs/1105.1180 arXiv 1105.1180]), we rejected
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  • [[Resolution Skills]] includes links to resolution worksheets by Dr. Luisa Rebull (see [[Measuring resolutions]] and the Resolution worksheets linked near th
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  • ...BRC 27 and BRC 34. Our research findings are presented in another poster, Rebull et al. These teachers are from Breck School, Carmel Catholic High School, G LOVE. IT. :) --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 12:51, 21 September 2011 (PDT)
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  • ''Originally developed in 2018 by L. M. Rebull for [https://open.nasa.gov/blog/why-do-we-archive-astronomy-data/ NASA Open ...listentospacepod.com/episodes/2017/2/5/83-why-we-archive-with-dr-rebull?rq=rebull February 05, 2017 episode of the Spacepod podcast]].''
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  • ...rjian et al. <BR>147.07 -­- Wiggs et al., “bonus” poster! . <BR>425.05 -­- Rebull et al. (Thurs!) <BR>337.05 -­- Johnson et al. <BR>338.07 -­- Mehta et al.
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  • [[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 12:46, 25 May 2011 (PDT) -- NOTE on this choice of aperture for IRAC (in
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  • * ([[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 19:21, 9 February 2011 (PST)) OK, just for comparison, here is a walkthro
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  • ...et al 2010, Rebull et al 2011a and 2011b; possibly Johnson et al. 2012 and Rebull et al. 2012, or possibly makes more sense to wait until closer to the visit ...also an opportunity to look at this environment with WISE! do with other Rebull et al papers - "group R". This can be the lowest priority of that group, as
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  • ...expected in U-V given their observed color in V-I. This plot was used in Rebull et al. (2000) to argue that those stars, those that are brighter than expec
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  • ...logs.<BR> '''does it really have all of [http://web.ipac.caltech.edu/staff/rebull/working/cwayspapers/3-oktoskip/nisini01.pdf Nisini et al. (2001)] already i | got all tables from journal. ([http://web.ipac.caltech.edu/staff/rebull/working/cwayspapers/1-essential/beltran09data/ link])
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  • ...ariability of protostars in IC 1396A. 
MORALES-CALDERON M., STAUFFER J.R., REBULL L., WHITNEY B.A., BARRADO Y NAVASCUES D., ARDILA D.R., SONG I., BROOKE T.Y.
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  • ...010ApJ...720...46G 2010, ApJ, 720, 46] ([http://web.ipac.caltech.edu/staff/rebull/working/ic2118.pdf pdf]) |Rebull, L., et al., 2011, AJ, in press (CG4 paper)
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  • |DO THIS<br> [http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2013AJ....145...15R Rebull et al. 2013, AJ, 145, 15]||(I gave you hard copy of this one at the AAS.) O |DO THIS<br> [http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2011ApJS..196....4R Rebull et al., 2011b, ApJS, 196, 4] ||(I gave you hard copy of this one at the AAS
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  • ...few times you try. ''CAUTION: Sloan bands (including the optical data from Rebull et al. 2012 or new data from FTN) are in AB mags, not Vega mags!'' IPHAS da ...rstand how what we did is different than what others (Chauhan, Choudhury, (Rebull/Johnson)) did with the IRAC (IRAC+MIPS) data to find young stars.
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  • look at Rebull et al., 2011, ApJS, 196, 4 (the taurus/WISE paper) i
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  • GUIEU S., REBULL L.M., STAUFFER J.R., HILLENBRAND L.A., CARPENTER J.M., NORIEGA-CRESPO A., P
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  • --[[User:Rebull|Rebull]] 15:57, 13 January 2010 (PST)
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  • ''By Dr. Luisa Rebull, version 1, 19 Dec 2019, for Olivia and Tom''
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  • ...sly identified stars. 18 of these are listed as unconfirmed candidates in Rebull et al (2010). ...ing objects in SIMBAD, 2) matches to objects identified as contaminants in Rebull at al (2010), 3) matches to the 2MASS Extended Source Catalog, and 4) ident
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  • ...ter. Research teams split up and covered possible projects. My team, Dr. Rebull’s, picked ours based on previous NITARP research that had been accomplish ...nd share ideas. Again, I would like to thank NASA, particularly Dr. Luisa Rebull and the IPAC team at Caltech for their generous support and thirst to condu
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  • #Look at the various ratios in the Rebull et al. (2014) paper that tries to put all the clusters in context with each
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  • ...rstand how what we did is different than what others (Chauhan, Choudhury, (Rebull/Johnson)) did with the IRAC (IRAC+MIPS) data to find young stars.
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