HI Supergiant Shells in the Large Magellanic Cloud

S. Kim , L. Staveley-Smith , R.J. Sault , M.J. Kesteven , D. McConnell , M.A. Dopita , M. Bessell, PASA, 15 (1), 132
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HI Supergiant Shells in the Large Magellanic Cloud

S. Kim tex2html_wrap_inline110
L. Staveley-Smith tex2html_wrap_inline112
R.J. Sault tex2html_wrap_inline112
M.J. Kesteven tex2html_wrap_inline112
D. McConnell tex2html_wrap_inline112
M.A. Dopita tex2html_wrap_inline110
M. Bessell tex2html_wrap_inline110

tex2html_wrap_inline110 Mount Stromlo and Siding Spring Observatories, Weston Creek PO. ACT 2611, Australia
tex2html_wrap_inline112 Australia Telescope National Facility, CSIRO, PO Box 76 Epping, NSW 2121, Australia


The recently completed HI mosaic survey of the Large Magellanic Cloud (Kim et al. 1997) reveals complex structure in the interstellar medium including filaments, arcs, holes and shells. We have catalogued giant and supergiant HI shells and searched for correlations with Htex2html_wrap_inline128 emission, using a new image taken with a camera lens mounted on the 16-inch Telescope at Siding-Spring Observatory.

Keywords:galaxies:Large Magellanic Cloud - interstellar:HI, Htex2html_wrap_inline128 - radio lines: atomic

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