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Pasachoff, Jay M.; Reeves, Hubert 1973,  "Le deuterium interstellaire," La Recherche  4, 366-369

Pasachoff, Jay M.; Fowler, William A. 1974, "Deuterium in the Universe," Scientific American  230, May 1974, 108-118

Gott, J.R., III; Schramm, D.N.; Tinsley, B.M.; Gunn, J.E. 1974, "An Unbound Universe" ApJ, 194, 543

Ostriker, Jeremiah P.; Tinsley, Beatrice M. 1975, "Is Deuterium Cosmological or of Galactic Origin," ApJ, Vol. 201: L51-L54

Audouze,Jean; Lequeux, James; Reeves, Hubert; Vigroux, Laurent 1976, "Implications of the Presence of Deuterium in the Galactic Center,"ApJ Letters Vol.128, p.L51

Epstein, R.I.; Lattimer, L.M.; Schramm, D.N. 1976, "The Origin of Deuterium" Nature, 263, 198

Vidal-Madjar, A.; Laurent, C.; Bruston, P.; Audouze, J. 1978, "Is the solar system entering a nearby interstellar cloud,"ApJ Part 1, vol. 223, July 15, 1978, p. 589-600.

Pasachoff, Jay M; Fowler, William A. 1989, "Deuterium in the Universe ," updated from Scientific American  230, May 1974, 108-118, in Particle Physics in the Cosmos with a new introduction  (Richard A. Carrigan, Jr., and W. Peter Trower, eds.), (W. H. Freeman and Co.), pp. 151-163.

Pasachoff, Jay M.; Vidal-Madjar, Alfred 1989, "The Need to Observe the Distribution of Interstellar Deuterium," Comments in Astrophys. 14,  61-69.

Linsky, Jeffrey L. 2002, "Atomic Deuterium/Hydrogen in the Galaxy," Space Science Reviews 106: 49-60, 2003

Charbonnel, Corinn 2002, "Cosmology: A baryometer is back," Nature Vol. 415

Chiappini, Cristina 2003, "Tracing the Milky Way History from its Fossil Records," Sky & Telescope 2003