Solar Motion with Respect to the High-velocity HI Clouds and to the Local Group

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WE have derived1 the solar motion with respect to galaxies at different distances and have shown how the solar apex varies systematically with the distance of the reference objects.

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VAUCOULEURS, G., PETERS, W. Solar Motion with Respect to the High-velocity HI Clouds and to the Local Group. Nature 223, 938 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1038/223938a0

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