The Circinus Galaxy
Large-scale neutral hydrogen distribution and mean velocity
field of the Circinus galaxy taken with various arrays of the ATCA.
Jones, K.L., Koribalski, B.S., Elmouttie, M., Haynes R.F. 1999,
MNRAS 302, 649
My publications related to the Circinus Galaxy:
Performing a stellar autopsy using the radio-bright
remnant of SN1996cr
by Meunier, C., Bauer, F.E., Dwarkadas, V.V., Koribalski, B.S.,
Emonts, B., et al. 2013,
MNRAS 431, 2453
Gas and star formation in the Circinus galaxy
by For, B.-Q., Koribalski, B.S., Jarrett, T.H. 2012,
MNRAS 425, 1934
The Australia Telescope Compact Array Broad-band Backend:
desecription and first results.
by Wilson, W.E., et al. (incl. Koribalski, B.S.) 2011,
MNRAS 416, 832
The large-scale atomic and molecular gas in the
by Curran, S.J., Koribalski, B.S., Bains, I. 2008,
MNRAS 389, 63
Large-scale HI structure of the Circinus galaxy
by Jones, K.L., Koribalski, B.S., Elmouttie, M., Haynes R.F.
1999, MNRAS 302, 649
The kinematics of the ionized gas in the Circinus galaxy
by Elmouttie, M., Koribalski, B.S., et al. 1998,
MNRAS 297, 49
- Extract from Minnesota Lecture
by Koribalski, B.S. 1996, ASP Conf. Series Vol. 106,
ed. Evan Skillman, p. 238
- Other papers
The nuclear region of the Circinus galaxy:
Baerbel.Koribalski @ csiro.au
- Left: ESO composite image of the rings and outflow cone of ionized gas
in the Circinus galaxy as observed by
Marconi et al. 1994 (see their Fig. 10).
Image size= ?? arcsec x ?? arcsec.
- Right: Chandra X-ray image of the inner portion of the Circinus galaxy
Bauer et al. (2000, in prep.).
Image size= 80 arcsec x 80 arcsec.
In both images North is to the top and East to the left.
- Left: Chandra X-ray image (as above, but rotated).
- Right: High-resolution HST composite image of the rings and outflow
cone as observed by
Wilson et al. (2000, in prep.).
Both images are rotated by about 65 degrees with respect to North-East.