Extraplanar DIffuse Ionized Gas in a Sample of MaNGA galaxies

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Galaxies can be described as giant cosmic engines that take in gas and produce stars. Like most engines, however, galaxies perform nowhere near 100 percent efficiency leading to a phenomenon known as stellar quenching. We believe the key to explaining stellar quenching lies beneath a galaxy's circulation of mass and energy. Therefore, with the help of brand new high definition, spatially resolved ...

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