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Structure and Dynamics of the Interstellar medium
I highlight the evidence for inflow of neutral gas toward the disk of the Galaxy. The Milky Way is accreting 0.2-0.5 M /yr of o extragalactic atomic hydrogen at very high velocities. The interaction of infalling clouds with galactic material produces large-scale disturbances in the interstellar medium. Although the injection of energy into the galactic disk by infalling neutral gas is only 1% of the energy from supernovae, the impinging of high velocity neutral gas may be a relatively importantdoi:10.1007/bfb0114909 fatcat:hpstmfi4ovgp7n3phqqnyf5pfa