The atomic gas of star-forming galaxies atz∼ 0.05 as revealed by the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope

  title={The atomic gas of star-forming galaxies atz∼ 0.05 as revealed by the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope},
  author={Cheng Cheng and Edo Ibar and Wei Du and Juan Molina and Gustavo Orellana-Gonz'ales and Bonnie R. Zhang and Ming Zhu and Cong K Xu and Shumei Wu and Tianwen Cao and Jia-Sheng Huang and Roger Leiton and Thomas M. Hughes and Chuan He and Zijian Li and Haiguang Xu and Y. Sophia Dai and Xu Shao and Marat Musin},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
Context.We report new H Iobservations of fourz ∼ 0.05 VALES galaxies undertaken during the commissioning phase of the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST).Aims.FAST is the largest single-dish telescope in the world, with a 500 m aperture and a 19-Beam receiver. Exploiting the unprecedented sensitivity provided by FAST, we aim to study the atomic gas content, via the H I21 cm emission line, in low-zstar formation galaxies taken from the Valparaíso ALMA/APEX Line Emission… 
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