A search for Low Surface Brightness galaxies in the near-infrared II. Arecibo H I line observations

  title={A search for Low Surface Brightness galaxies in the near-infrared II. Arecibo H I line observations},
  author={D. Monnier Ragaigne and Wim van Driel and K. O'neil and Stephen E. Schneider and Chantal Balkowski and Thomas H. Jarrett},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
A total of 334 Low Surface Brightness galaxies detected in the 2MASS all-sky near-infrared survey have been observed in the 21 cm H I line using the Nancay telescope. All have a K_s-band mean central surface brightness, measured within a 5'' radius, fainter than 18 mag arcsec^(-2) and a K_s-band isophotal radius at the 20 mag arcsec^(-2) level larger than 20''. We present global H I line parameters for the 171 clearly detected objects and the 23 marginal detections, as well as upper limits for… 

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