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      Risks for Life on Habitable Planets from Superflares of Their Host Stars

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              Improved Age Estimation for Solar‐Type Dwarfs Using Activity‐Rotation Diagnostics

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                Journal
                The Astrophysical Journal
                ApJ
                American Astronomical Society
                1538-4357
                October 10 2017
                October 10 2017
                : 848
                : 1
                : 41
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                10.3847/1538-4357/aa8e96
                83bbffba-6557-4191-981c-418af829eb22
                © 2017

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