The tidal disruption event AT2017eqx: Spectroscopic evolution from hydrogen rich to poor suggests an atmosphere and outflow

M. Nicholl*, P. K. Blanchard, E. Berger, S. Gomez, R. Margutti, K. D. Alexander, J. Guillochon, J. Leja, R. Chornock, B. Snios, K. Auchettl, A. G. Bruce, P. Challis, D. J. D’Orazio, M. R. Drout, T. Eftekhari, R. J. Foley, O. Graur, C. D. Kilpatrick, A. LawrenceA. L. Piro, C. Rojas-Bravo, N. P. Ross, P. Short, S. J. Smartt, K. W. Smith, B. Stalder

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