(HI Parkes All Sky Survey)
(HI survey carried out 1997 to 2002)
HIPASS (for HI Parkes All Sky Survey)
was an astronomical survey if HI emissions (21-cm line)
throughout the celestial sphere
basically, to the point that Parkes Observatory can see,
i.e., about 70% of the sky.
Discoveries include galaxies and HI regions.
Among the astronomical catalogs produced, of galaxies
identified by their HI emissions:
- HICAT - "HIPASS catalog" (southern hemisphere).
- NHICAT - "Northern HIPASS catalog" (northern extension to the survey, covering to +30°).
- HIPASS BGC - "bright galaxy catalog" (1000 galaxies selected for brightness).
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|HIPASS||HIPASS J0731-69|| || |
Referenced by pages:
The Survey for Ionization in Neutral Gas Galaxies (SINGG)