The 1000 Brightest Hipass Galaxies: H I Mass Function and Ω Hi

@inproceedings{ENNING2003The1B,
  title={The 1000 Brightest Hipass Galaxies: H I Mass Function and Ω Hi},
  author={P. A. H ENNING and V. A. K ILBORN and S. D. R YDER and P. J. B OYCE and M. J. D ISNEY and M. J. D RINKWATER and R. F. H AYNES and H. J ERJEN and S. J URASZEK and M. J. K ESTEVEN and P. M. K NEZEK and S. M ADER and M. M ARQUARDING and R. F. M INCHIN and J. R. M OULD and J. O’B RIEN and T. and O OSTERLOO and Raymond M. Rice and M. E. P UTMAN and Eva Eber and Elizabeth M Adler and A. S CHR{\"O}DER and I. M. S TEWART and F.. and S TOOTMAN and B. W ARREN and M. W AUGH and R. L. W EBSTER},
  year={2003}
}
  • P. A. H ENNING, V. A. K ILBORN, +26 authors R. L. W EBSTER
  • Published 2003
We present a new accurate measurement of the H I mass function of galaxies from the HIPASS Bright Galaxy Catalog, a sample of 1000 galaxies with the highest H I peak flux densities in the southern ( δ < 0) hemisphere (Koribalski et al. 2003). This sample spans nearly fo ur orders of magnitude in HI mass (from log(MHI ⁄ M⊙) + 2logh75 = 6.8 to 10.6) and is… CONTINUE READING