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By E. Schinnerer


To date, the only low surface brightness (LSB) galaxies which have been detected in CO are the Massive LSB (MLSB) galaxies. In 2003, O’Neil, Schinnerer, & Hofner hypothesized that is the prominent bulge component in MLSB galaxies, not present in less massive low surface brightness galaxies, which gives rise to the detectable quantities of CO gas. To test this hypothesis, we hav

Topics: spiral — Galaxies, evolution
Year: 2004
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