A new HI catalog of Low Surface Brightness galaxies out to z = 0.1 - Tripling the number of massive LSB galaxies known

  title={A new HI catalog of Low Surface Brightness galaxies out to z = 0.1 - Tripling the number of massive LSB galaxies known},
  author={K. O'neil and G. D. Bothun and W. van DrielD. Monnier Ragaigne},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
Using both the Arecibo 305 m and the Nancay decimetric 100-m class radio telescopes, we have observed the H  line of 116 Low Surface Brightness (LSB) galaxies from the Bothun et al. (1985) subset of LSB galaxies in the Uppsala General Catalog. The observations had a detection rate of 70%, resulting in the new determination of H  properties for 81 galax- ies. Surprisingly, roughly half of the detected objects (38) have MHI ≥ 10 10 M� , placing them into the category of massive LSB galaxies. As… 
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