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Most galaxies are in clusters, where tidal interactions are not uncommon. Tidal and dynamical interaction in galaxies are of importance in studying evolution. A large amount of data has been collected on dust-lane ellipticals, polar ring galaxies, spirals with extended warps, and galaxies with inclined HI rings or unusual 'tails'. This book is a record of a meeting which was held at the University of Pittsburgh. It provided an informal, yet focussed environment for the interaction of astronomers who addressed these questions with a wide variety of skills, techniques and points of view.
Release date NZ
May 30th, 1991
Edited by Franklin H. Briggs
Edited by Penny D. Sackett
Edited by Stefano Casertano
Country of Publication
2 Halftones, unspecified
Cambridge University Press
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