THE ARECIBO LEGACY FAST ALFA SURVEY. VI. SECOND HI SOURCE CATALOG OF THE VIRGO CLUSTER REGION

@article{Kent2008THEAL,
  title={THE ARECIBO LEGACY FAST ALFA SURVEY. VI. SECOND HI SOURCE CATALOG OF THE VIRGO CLUSTER REGION},
  author={Brian R. Kent and Riccardo Giovanelli and Martha P. Haynes and Ann M. Martin and Am{\'e}lie Saintonge and Sabrina Stierwalt and Thomas J. Balonek and Noah Brosch and Rebecca A. Koopmann},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={136},
  pages={713 - 724}
}
We present the third installment of HI sources extracted from the Arecibo Legacy Fast ALFA extragalactic survey. This data set continues the work of the Virgo ALFALFA catalog. The catalogs and spectra published here consist of data obtained during the 2005 and 2006 observing sessions of the survey. The catalog consists of 578 HI detections within the range 11h36m < right ascension (R.A.)(J2000) <13h52m and +08° < declination (decl.)(J2000) <+12°, and cz☉ < 18, 000 km s−1. The catalog entries… 
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