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Paper: An Overview of The HΙ Nearby Galaxy Survey (THINGS)
Volume: 407, The Low-Frequency Radio Universe
Page: 88
Authors: de Blok, W.J.G.; Walter, F.; Brinks, E.; Bigiel, F.; Bagetakos, I.; Leroy, A.; Oh, S.-H.; Portas, A.; Rich, J.W.; Tamburro, D.; Trachternach, C.; Usero, A.; Zwaan, M.
Abstract: The HΙ Nearby Galaxy Survey (THINGS) is a high spectral (≤ 5.2 km s−1) and spatial (~ 6′) resolution survey of HΙ emission in 34 nearby galaxies obtained using the NRAO Very Large Array (VLA). The overarching scientific goal of THINGS is to investigate fundamental characteristics of the interstellar medium (ISM) related to galaxy morphology, star formation and mass distribution across the Hubble sequence. Here we summarize some of the recent results obtained with THINGS.
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