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High velocity Clouds: Building Blocks of the Local Group?

Published onMay 31, 2019
High velocity Clouds: Building Blocks of the Local Group?
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Abstract

High velocity clouds (HVCs) are gaseous objects with unusual velocities that lie in the halo of the Milky Way and can be used to trace the exchange of gas between disk and halo, accretion of new gas, and tidal streams. IHVCs are key to understanding the relationship between Galactic disks and their halos.

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