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B. M. Poggianti et al 2016 AJ 151 78

344 candidate “jellyfish galaxies” — galaxies being stripped of their gas, exhibiting trailing tentacles of debris — are found in a systematic search at z=0.04-0.07, demonstrating their ubiquity in clusters.

S. A. Jaeggli and A. A. Norton 2016 ApJ 820 L11

Evaluation of the trends in complexity of active regions with solar cycle suggest that complex active regions are formed by the pileup of frequent magnetic flux emergence during solar maximum.

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