A region of violent star formation in the Irr galaxy IC 10: Structure and kinematics of ionized and neutral gas
We have used observations of the galaxy IC10 at the 6-m telescope of the Special Astrophysical Observatory with the SCORPIO
focal reducer in the Fabry-Perot interferometer mode and with the MPFS spectrograph to study the structure and kinematics
of ionized gas in the central region of current intense star formation. Archive VLA 21-cm observations are used to analyze
the structure and kinematics of neutral gas in this region. High-velocity wings of the Hα and [SII] emission lines were revealed in the inner cavity of the nebula HL 111 and in other parts of the complex of violent
star formation. We discovered local expanding neutral-gas shells around the nebulae HL 111 and HL 106.