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2020MNRAS.492.1970G 300           X         6 5 ~ How cold gas continuously entrains mass and momentum from a hot wind. GRONKE M. and OH S.P.
2019ApJ...871...99Z 261 T   A     X         5 43 ~ The origins of young stars in the direction of the
Leading Arm of the Magellanic Stream: abundances, kinematics, and orbits.
2019ApJ...884...53F 140           X C       2 7 ~ The mass inflow and outflow rates of the Milky Way. FOX A.J., RICHTER P., ASHLEY T., et al.
2019ApJ...886...45B 93             C       1 13 ~ The large-scale ionization cones in the Galaxy. BLAND-HAWTHORN J., MALONEY P.R., SUTHERLAND R., et al.
2019ApJ...887...19P 495 T   A     X         10 10 ~ Discovery of a disrupting open cluster far into the Milky Way halo: a recent star formation event in the
leading arm of the Magellanic Stream?
2019ApJ...887..115N 2146 T   A D S   X C       44 40 ~ Spectroscopy of the young stellar association Price-Whelan 1: origin in the
Leading Arm
and constraints on the Milky Way hot halo.
2019MNRAS.482.4562B 47           X         1 10 ~ A Magellanic origin for the Virgo sub-structure. BOUBERT D., BELOKUROV V., ERKAL D., et al.
2019MNRAS.488..918T 47           X         1 18 ~ The Magellanic System: the puzzle of the leading gas stream. TEPPER-GARCIA T., BLAND-HAWTHORN J., PAWLOWSKI M.S., et al.
2019MNRAS.490.2588B 1008     A     X C       21 20 ~ Young stars raining through the galactic halo: the nature and orbit of price-whelan 1. BELLAZZINI M., IBATA R.A., MARTIN N., et al.
2019MNRAS.490.5757S 93           X         2 4 ~ The Pristine survey - VII. A cleaner view of the Galactic outer halo using blue horizontal branch stars. STARKENBURG E., YOUAKIM K., MARTIN N., et al.
2019RAA....19...17H 47           X         1 13 ~ The interstellar medium: the key component in galactic evolution and modern cosmology. HEILES C., LI D., McCLURE-GRIFFITHS N., et al.
2018ApJ...854..142F 6720 T   A D S   X C       148 20 4 Chemical abundances in the
Leading Arm of the Magellanic Stream.
FOX A.J., BARGER K.A., WAKKER B.P., et al.
2018ApJ...857..101P 27     A               1 10 7 Models of tidally induced gas filaments in the Magellanic Stream. PARDY S.A., D'ONGHIA E. and FOX A.J.
2018ApJ...863...49B 161     A     X         4 9 2 The fate of supernova-heated gas in star-forming regions of the LMC: lessons for galaxy formation? BUSTARD C., PARDY S.A., D'ONGHIA E., et al.
2018ApJ...865..145R 161 T   A     X         3 14 ~ New constraints on the nature and origin of the
Leading Arm of the Magellanic Stream.
2018MNRAS.474..289W 403           X         9 31 1 A new all-sky map of Galactic high-velocity clouds from the 21-cm HI4PI survey. WESTMEIER T.
2018MNRAS.478.1611K 45           X         1 150 2 The Local Volume H I Survey (LVHIS). KORIBALSKI B.S., WANG J., KAMPHUIS P., et al.
2018MNRAS.480.3376B 45           X         1 7 3 The frequency of dwarf galaxy multiples at low redshift in SDSS versus cosmological expectations. BESLA G., PATTON D.R., STIERWALT S., et al.
2017AJ....154..199N viz 785           X C       17 10 21 SMASH: Survey of the MAgellanic Stellar History. NIDEVER D.L., OLSEN K., WALKER A.R., et al.
2017ApJ...835..285Z 200 T   A     X         4 25 6 Chemical composition of young stars in the
Leading Arm of the Magellanic System.
2017ApJ...845...69G 87           X         2 11 4 Magnetized high velocity clouds in the Galactic halo: a new distance constraint. GRONNOW A., TEPPER-GARCIA T., BLAND-HAWTHORN J., et al.
2017ApJ...851..110B 44           X         1 27 2 Revealing the ionization properties of the Magellanic Stream using optical emission. BARGER K.A., MADSEN G.J., FOX A.J., et al.
2017MNRAS.466.3077M 305           X         7 12 4 Young stars in the periphery of the Large Magellanic Cloud. MONI BIDIN C., CASETTI-DINESCU D.I., GIRARD T.M., et al.
2017MNRAS.467.1776K viz 44           X         1 11 7 Detection of a coherent magnetic field in the Magellanic Bridge through Faraday rotation. KACZMAREK J.F., PURCELL C.R., GAENSLER B.M., et al.
2017MNRAS.467.2636D 44           X         1 19 18 The Clouds are breaking: tracing the Magellanic system with Gaia DR1 Mira variables. DEASON A.J., BELOKUROV V., ERKAL D., et al.
2017MNRAS.468.1349P 218           X         5 30 11 A stellar overdensity associated with the Small Magellanic Cloud. PIERES A., SANTIAGO B.X., DRLICA-WAGNER A., et al.
2017MNRAS.470..114A 264           X         6 8 24 The survival of gas clouds in the circumgalactic medium of Milky Way-like galaxies. ARMILLOTTA L., FRATERNALI F., WERK J.K., et al.
2017MNRAS.471.4571C 131           X         3 10 8 The Magellanic Inter-Cloud Project (MAGIC) III: first spectroscopic evidence of a dwarf stripping a dwarf. CARRERA R., CONN B.C., NOEL N.E.D., et al.
2016ARA&A..54..363D 128           X C       2 63 49 The Magellanic Stream:circumnavigating the galaxy. D'ONGHIA E. and FOX A.J.
2016ApJ...824...24D 44           X         1 10 15 Galaxies probing galaxies at high resolution: co-rotating gas associated with a Milky Way analog at z=0.4. DIAMOND-STANIC A.M., COIL A.L., MOUSTAKAS J., et al.
2016MNRAS.461..892F 1132 T   A     X C F     24 45 3 The distance and properties of hydrogen clouds in the
Leading Arm of the Magellanic System.
2016MNRAS.462L..46H 187       D     X         5 22 1 Three-dimensional orientation of compact high velocity clouds. HEITSCH F., BARTELL B., CLARK S.E., et al.
2016MNRAS.463.1916F 87           X         2 10 23 Under pressure: quenching star formation in low-mass satellite galaxies via stripping. FILLINGHAM S.P., COOPER M.C., PACE A.B., et al.
2015ApJ...808...41M 167           X         4 18 7 First detection of HCO+ absorption in the Magellanic system. MURRAY C.E., STANIMIROVIC' S., McCLURE-GRIFFITHS N.M., et al.
2015ApJ...813..110H 1339     A D S   X C       31 26 29 The Magellanic Stream system. I. Ram-pressure tails and the relics of the collision between the Magellanic Clouds. HAMMER F., YANG Y.B., FLORES H., et al.
2015MNRAS.450.3935L 84           X         2 36 20 HI observations of the nearest starburst galaxy NGC 253 with the SKA precursor KAT-7. LUCERO D.M., CARIGNAN C., ELSON E.C., et al.
2014ApJ...784L..37C 1507 T   A     X C       35 12 21 Recent star formation in the
leading arm of the Magellanic Stream.
2014MNRAS.442.1663D viz 41           X         1 4449 20 Red giants in the Small Magellanic Cloud - I. Disc and tidal stream kinematics. DOBBIE P.D., COLE A.A., SUBRAMANIAM A., et al.
2014MNRAS.442.2419Y 43           X         1 17 37 Reproducing properties of MW dSphs as descendants of DM-free TDGs. YANG Y., HAMMER F., FOUQUET S., et al.
2013ApJ...764...74F viz 512 T   A     X C       11 328 12 Galactic All-Sky Survey high-velocity clouds in the region of the
Magellanic Leading Arm.
2013ApJS..209...12M viz 41           X         1 1996 9 High-velocity clouds in the Galactic All Sky Survey. I. Catalog. MOSS V.A., McCLURE-GRIFFITHS N.M., MURPHY T., et al.
2013MNRAS.428.2342B 123           X         3 26 28 The origin of the microlensing events observed towards the LMC and the stellar counterpart of the Magellanic stream. BESLA G., HERNQUIST L. and LOEB A.
2012ARA&A..50..491P 48           X         1 24 192 Gaseous galaxy halos. PUTMAN M.E., PEEK J.E.G. and JOUNG M.R.
2012ApJ...750...36D 88             C       1 11 91 The tidal origin of the Magellanic Stream and the possibility of a stellar counterpart. DIAZ J.D. and BEKKI K.
2012ApJ...753..123C 81       S             1 13 25 Constraints on the Magellanic Clouds' interaction from the distribution of OB stars and the kinematics of giants. CASETTI-DINESCU D.I., VIEIRA K., GIRARD T.M., et al.
2012ApJ...753..173E 40           X         1 23 8 A rare early-type star revealed in the wing of the Small Magellanic Cloud. EVANS C.J., HAINICH R., OSKINOVA L.M., et al.
2012ApJ...759...25M viz 41           X         1 23 30 Magnetic field structure of the Large Magellanic Cloud from Faraday rotation measures of diffuse polarized emission. MAO S.A., McCLURE-GRIFFITHS N.M., GAENSLER B.M., et al.
2012MNRAS.421.2109B 868       D     X C       21 19 178 The role of dwarf galaxy interactions in shaping the Magellanic System and implications for Magellanic Irregulars. BESLA G., KALLIVAYALIL N., HERNQUIST L., et al.
2011ApJ...733L..10N 42           X         1 8 40 Discovery of a large stellar periphery around the Small Magellanic Cloud. NIDEVER D.L., MAJEWSKI S.R., MUNOZ R.R., et al.
2011MNRAS.413.2015D 1458     A     X C F     35 6 56 Constraining the orbital history of the Magellanic clouds: a new bound scenario suggested by the tidal origin of the Magellanic stream. DIAZ J. and BEKKI K.
2011MNRAS.416.2359B 501     A     X         13 7 16 When was the Large Magellanic Cloud accreted on to the galaxy? BEKKI K.
2011MNRAS.418.1575P 41           X         1 9 30 Head–tail clouds: drops to probe the diffuse galactic halo. PUTMAN M.E., SAUL D.R. and METS E.
2010ApJ...723.1618N 696     A     X C       17 11 105 The 200° long Magellanic Stream system. NIDEVER D.L., MAJEWSKI S.R., BURTON W.B., et al.
2010ApJ...725..275M 119           X         3 11 27 Measurement of a magnetic field in a leading arm high-velocity cloud. McCLURE-GRIFFITHS N.M., MADSEN G.J., GAENSLER B.M., et al.
2010ApJS..188..488W 82     A     X         2 1 39 The Effelsberg-Bonn H I survey: data reduction. WINKEL B., KALBERLA P.M.W., KERP J., et al.
2009ApJ...691.1807R 468           X         12 8 12 Spatial motion of the Magellanic Clouds: tidal models ruled out? RUZICKA A., THEIS C. and PALOUS J.
2009ApJ...702..940L viz 39           X         1 153 16 Properties and origin of the high-velocity gas toward the Large Magellanic Cloud. LEHNER N., STAVELEY-SMITH L. and HOWK J.C.
2009ApJS..181..398M 81           X         2 14 98 GASS: the Parkes Galactic All-Sky Survey. I. Survey description, goals, and initial data release. McCLURE-GRIFFITHS N.M., PISANO D.J., CALABRETTA M.R., et al.
2008ApJ...673L.143M 118 T         X         2 6 25 An interaction of a Magellanic leading arm high-velocity cloud with the Milky Way disk. McCLURE-GRIFFITHS N.M., STAVELEY-SMITH L., LOCKMAN F.J., et al.
2008ApJ...674..227P 44           X         1 5 55 Ongoing galactic accretion: simulations and observations of condensed gas in hot halos. PEEK J.E.G., PUTMAN M.E. and SOMMER-LARSEN J.
2008ApJ...679..432N 40           X         1 23 88 The origin of the Magellanic stream and its leading arm. NIDEVER D.L., MAJEWSKI S.R. and BURTON W.B.
2008MNRAS.388L..29W 155           X         4 26 19 The scattered debris of the Magellanic Stream. WESTMEIER T. and KORIBALSKI B.S.
2007A&A...461..155R 16 25 Is the dark matter halo of the Milky Way flattened? RUZICKA A., PALOUS J. and THEIS C.
2007PASA...24..174J 43           X         1 9 101 Science with the Australian Square Kilometre Array pathfinder. JOHNSTON S., BAILES M., BARTEL N., et al.
2006A&A...455..481K 26 35 Global properties of the HI high velocity sky. A statistical investigation based on the LAB survey. KALBERLA P.M.W. and HAUD U.
2006A&A...457..917B 16 14 Physical properties of two compact high-velocity clouds possibly associated with the leading arm of the Magellanic system. BEN BEKHTI N., BRUENS C., KERP J., et al.
2005A&A...432...45B 26     A   O           20 130 The Parkes HI Survey of the Magellanic System. BRUENS C., KERP J., STAVELEY-SMITH L., et al.
2001AJ....121..992S 2 12 73 FUSE observations of atomic abundances and molecular hydrogen in the leading arm of the Magellanic Stream. SEMBACH K.R., HOWK J.C., SAVAGE B.D., et al.
2000PASA...17....1P 17 28 The Magellanic system's interactive formations. PUTMAN M.E.
1998Natur.394..752P 15 4 186 Tidal disruption of the Magellanic Clouds by the Milky Way. PUTMAN M.E., GIBSON B.K., STAVELEY-SMITH L., et al.

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