Morphology and star formation in nearby low surface brightness galaxies
We present observations (B, R, K, Hα and H I) of six nearby low surface brightness galaxies (LSBGs). They show an astonishing amount of variety; while some systems appear smooth and featureless, others resolve into loose assemblies of gas clouds. We have
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