Radio Map of North Galactic Pole Reveals Influx of Hydrogen

Authors: B. Rout, Z. Cutter, T. Fairbrother, K. Pantherbone, J. Black Plume, M. Stevens, I. Big Tobacco

A 21-cm radio map around the north galactic pole reveals both an influx of Hydrogen with a velocity of 25-30 kps and and out-flux of Hydrogen at about 2 kps. Data in this region shows a distinct double peak in signal strength vs velocity centered at 1.42 GHz. The map shows a quasi-circular region of Hydrogen influx centered on the north galactic pole and having a diameter of about 10 degrees of arc.

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