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Paper: The Isolated, Asymmetric Spiral Galaxy NGC 1637
Volume: 240, Gas and Galaxy Evolution: A Conference in Honor of the 20th Anniversary of the VLA
Page: 294
Authors: Roberts, M. S.; Hogg, D. E.; Schulman, E.
Abstract: The asymmetry in the optical image of NGC 1637 is unmistakable in that it possesses a well-defined third arm. This feature is also visible in HI, CO, near infrared, and 2 0cm radio continuum. A VLA HI study yields a number of interesting properties of this galaxy; we describe several of them here.
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