Face-on view of the H I surface mass distribution produced with different kinematic distance determination methods. Left panel: kinematic distances were determined with IAU Solar parameters (R0 = 8.5 kpc, Θ0 = 220 km s−1) and Galactic rotation model from Brand & Blitz (1993). Right panel: kinematic distances were determined with the Galactic parameters from Reid et al. (2014) with a uniform Galactic rotation curve. The rest of the symbols are the same as Fig. 10.
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