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The 1000 Brightest HIPASS Galaxies: H I Properties
TLDR
The HIPASS Bright Galaxy Catalog is presented, which contains the 1000 H I brightest galaxies in the southern sky as obtained from the H i Parkes All-Sky Survey, and several new structures are seen for the first time.
The HI Parkes All Sky Survey: southern observations, calibration and robust imaging
The acquisition of HI Parkes All Shy Survey (HIPASS) southern sky data commenced at the Australia Telescope National Facility's Parkes 64-m telescope in 1997 February, and was completed in 2000
The Northern HIPASS catalogue - data presentation, completeness and reliability measures
The Northern HIPASS catalogue (NHICAT) is the northern extension of the HIPASS catalogue, HICAT. This extension adds the sky area between the declination (Dec.) range of +2 degrees 300 km s(-1).
Iron and s-elements abundance variations in NGC 5286: Comparison with 'anomalous' globular clusters and Milky Way satellites
We present a high-resolution spectroscopic analysis of 62 red giants in the Milky Way globular cluster (GC) NGC 5286. We have determined abundances of representative light proton-capture, a, Fe-peak
The HIPASS catalogue - III. Optical counterparts and isolated dark galaxies
We present the largest catalogue to date of optical counterparts for H I radio-selected galaxies, HOPCAT. Of the 4315 H I radio-detected sources from the H I Parkes All Sky Survey (HIPASS) catalogue,
The Extended Virgo Cluster Catalog
We present a new catalog of galaxies in the wider region of the Virgo cluster, based on the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) Data Release 7. The Extended Virgo Cluster Catalog (EVCC) covers an area of
Helium enhanced stars and multiple populations along the horizontal branch of NGC 2808: direct spectroscopic measurements
We present an abundance analysis of 96 horizontal branch (HB) stars in NGC 2808, a globular cluster exhibiting a complex multiple stellar population p attern. These stars are distributed in different
The spatial distribution of the Milky Way and Andromeda satellite galaxies
There are two fundamentally different physical origins of faint satellite galaxies: cosmological sub-structures that contain shining baryons and the fragmentation of gas-rich tidal arms thrown out
The Hubble Space Telescope UV Legacy Survey of Galactic Globular Clusters. III. A Quintuple Stellar Population in NGC 2808
In this study we present the first results from multi-wavelength Hubble Space Telescope (HST) observations of the Galactic globular cluster (GC) NGC 2808 as an extension of the Hubble Space Telescope
Tidal disruption of the Magellanic Clouds by the Milky Way
Interactions between galaxies are common, and influence physical properties such as the global morphology and star-formation rate (Hubble type). Galaxies can interact in many different ways: they can
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