THE M81 GROUP DWARF IRREGULAR GALAXY DDO 165. I. HIGH-VELOCITY NEUTRAL GAS IN A POST-STARBURST SYSTEM

@article{Cannon2011THEMG,
  title={THE M81 GROUP DWARF IRREGULAR GALAXY DDO 165. I. HIGH-VELOCITY NEUTRAL GAS IN A POST-STARBURST SYSTEM},
  author={John M. Cannon and Hans P. Most and Evan D. Skillman and Daniel R. Weisz and David O. Cook and Andrew E. Dolphin and Robert C. Kennicutt and Jr. and Janice C. Lee and Anil C. Seth and Fabian Walter and Steven R. Warren},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={735},
  pages={35}
}
We present new multi-configuration Very Large Array H I spectral line observations of the M81 group dwarf irregular post-starburst galaxy DDO 165. The H I morphology is complex, with multiple column density peaks surrounding a large region of very low H I surface density that is offset from the center of the stellar distribution. The bulk of the neutral gas is associated with the southern section of the galaxy; a secondary peak in the north contains ~15% of the total H I mass. These components… 
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