The 1000 Brightest HIPASS Galaxies: Newly Cataloged Galaxies
Ryan-Weber, E V; Koribalski, Baerbel S; Staveley-Smith, Lister; Jerjen, Helmut; Kraan-Korteweg, Renee Christine; Ryder, Stuart; Barnes, David G; de Blok, W J G; Kilborn, Virginia A; Bhathal, R; Boyce, Peter; Disney, Mike J; Drinkwater, Michael John; Ekert, Paul; Freeman, Kenneth; Gibson, Bradley K; Green, Anne J; Haynes, R F; Henning, P A; Jurco, Branislav; Kesteven, M J; Knezek, Patricia M; Mader, S; Marquarding, M; Meyer, M J; Minchin, R F; Mould, Jeremy; O'Brien, J; Oosterloo, T; Price, R N; Putman, Mary E; Sadler, Elaine M; Schroder, A; Stewart, Ian M; Stootman, F; Waugh, M; Webster, Rachel L; Wright, A E; Zwaan, M A
The H I Parkes All-Sky Survey (HIPASS) is a blind 21 cm survey for extragalactic neutral hydrogen, covering the whole southern sky. The HIPASS Bright Galaxy Catalog (BGC) is a subset of HIPASS and contains the 1000 H I-brightest (peak flux density) galaxies. Here we present the 138 HIPASS BGC galaxies that had no redshift measured prior to the Parkes multibeam H I surveys. Of the 138 galaxies, 87 are newly cataloged. Newly cataloged is defined as having no optical (or infrared) counterpart in...[Show more]
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