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HIFI Survey of Emission-Line Galaxies: recent Results on the Nuclear Superbubble of NGC 3079

  • S. Veilleux (a1) and G. Cecil (a2)

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The Hawaii Imaging Fabry-Perot Interferometer (HIFI) was used to produce a large data cube of the edge-on SBc galaxy NGC 3079 covering Hα + [NII] λλ6548, 6583. The complete two-dimensional coverage of the Fabry-Perot data allowed us to derive the general flow pattern of the nuclear gas that constitutes the energetic superbubble.

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HIFI Survey of Emission-Line Galaxies: recent Results on the Nuclear Superbubble of NGC 3079

  • S. Veilleux (a1) and G. Cecil (a2)

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