Exploring Neutral Hydrogen and Galaxy Evolution with the SKA

@inproceedings{Blyth2015ExploringNH,
  title={Exploring Neutral Hydrogen and Galaxy Evolution with the SKA},
  author={S. Blyth and J. Hulst and M. Verheijen and HI Swg Members and B. Catinella and F. Fraternali and M. Haynes and K. M. Hess and B. Koribalski and C. Lagos and M. Meyer and D. Obreschkow and A. Popping and C. Power and L. Verdes-Montenegro and M. Zwaan},
  year={2015}
}
  • S. Blyth, J. Hulst, +13 authors M. Zwaan
  • Published 2015
  • Physics
  • One of the key science drivers for the development of the SKA is to observe the neutral hydrogen, HI, in galaxies as a means to probe galaxy evolution across a range of environments over cosmic time. Over the past decade, much progress has been made in theoretical simulations and observations of HI in galaxies. However, recent HI surveys on both single dish radio telescopes and interferometers, while providing detailed information on global HI properties, the dark matter distribution in… CONTINUE READING
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