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Is there a Low Surface Brightness Universe?

  • M.J. Disney (a1)

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I have been asked to review some of the arguments for and against the existence of a significant population of Hidden Galaxies, and to concentrate on the distant past and the possible future of this subject, leaving more recent observations to others. In particular I ask how should we correct for selection effects and how are we to resolve contradictory evidence?

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