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Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope View of Dwarf Irregular Galaxy IC 2574: Is the Star Formation Triggered Due to Expanding H i Shells?

24 Jan 2020, 17:00 UTC
Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope View of Dwarf Irregular Galaxy IC 2574: Is the Star Formation Triggered Due to Expanding H i Shells?
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Chayan Mondal et al 2019 AJ 158 229
Far-ultraviolet imaging of the nearby dwarf irregular galaxy IC 2574 indicates that star formation in the galaxy is partly triggered due to expanding H I holes, but in most sites, it’s driven by other mechanisms.

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