Presentation #336.08 in the session Galaxies incl. the Milky Way.
The COSMOS HI Large Extragalactic Survey (CHILES) is a 1000-hour VLA observing program that images HI gas galaxies over a redshift range of z = 0 - 0.5. We analyze the HI gas content, morphology, and kinematics of two nearby dwarf galaxies in close proximity to each other that appear to have counter-rotating HI gas. We examine how these dwarf galaxies relate to the surrounding large-scale structure filaments, accrete gas, and form stars. We calculate the HI mass and produce high-resolution images, particularly HI Intensity maps, velocity field maps, and position-velocity diagrams. We compare images made with 178 hours of observational data to images made with 772 hours. We show that the galaxies have extended HI gas with significant position angle offsets, asymmetric morphologies, and disturbed kinematics.