The Tully-Fisher Relation for Low Surface Brightness Galaxies - Implications for Galaxy Evolution
Zwaan, M. A.
van der Hulst, J. M.
de Blok, W. J. G.
McGaugh, S. S.
The Tully-Fisher Relation for Low Surface Brightness Galaxies - Implications for Galaxy Evolution. Zwaan, M.A., van der Hulst, J.M., de Blok, W.J.G., & McGaugh, S.S. 1995, MNRAS, 273, L35-L38.
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