ATCA HI Observations of the NGC 6845 Galaxy Group

@article{Gordon2003ATCAHO,
  title={ATCA HI Observations of the NGC 6845 Galaxy Group},
  author={Scott R. Gordon and B{\"a}rbel S. Koribalski and Keith Jones University of Queensland and Australia Telescope National Facility},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
  year={2003}
}
We present the results of ATCA HI line and 20-cm radio continuum observations of the galaxy Quartet NGC 6845. The HI emission extends over all four galaxies but can only be associated clearly with the two spiral galaxies, NGC 6845A and B, which show signs of strong tidal interaction. We derive a total HI mass of at least 1.8 x 10^10 Msun, most of which is associated with NGC 6845A, the largest galaxy of the group. We investigate the tidal interaction between NGC 6845A and B by studying the… 

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