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We present new interferometric H I and CO (J = 1 → 0) observations of the luminous infrared source, Arp 256. Arp 256 consists of two spiral galaxies in an early stage of merging, with a projected nuclear separation of 29 kpc (54) and an infrared luminosity of 2.0×10 L⊙. Despite the large separation of the galaxies’ nuclei and mildly disrupted stellar(More)
We present new interferometric H I and CO (J = 1 → 0) observations of the luminous infrared source, Arp 256. Arp 256 consists of two spiral galaxies in an early stage of merging, with a projected nuclear separation of 29 kpc (54) and an infrared luminosity of 2.0×10 L⊙. Despite the large separation of the galaxies’ nuclei and mildly disrupted stellar(More)
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