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2020ApJ...888...54M 170       D     X         4 13 ~ Discovery of a rare late-type, low-mass Wolf-Rayet star in the LMC. MARGON B., MANEA C., WILLIAMS R., et al.
2020ApJ...889....2C 50           X         1 10 ~ Line formation of Raman-scattered He II λ 4851 in an expanding spherical H I shell in young planetary nebulae. CHOI B.-E., CHANG S.-J., LEE H.-G., et al.
2020ApJ...889...21S 20       D               1 57 ~ The population of Galactic planetary nebulae: a study of distance scales and central stars based on the second Gaia release. STANGHELLINI L., BUCCIARELLI B., LATTANZI M.G., et al.
2019A&A...625A.137S 439       D     X C       9 13 ~ Confronting expansion distances of planetary nebulae with Gaia DR2 measurements. SCHONBERNER D. and STEFFEN M.
2019A&A...626A..92G viz 47           X         1 177 ~ 30-micron sources in galaxies with different metallicities. GLADKOWSKI M., SZCZERBA R., SLOAN G.C., et al.
2019A&A...630A.150G viz 79 ~ Properties of central stars of planetary nebulae with distances in Gaia DR2. GONZALEZ-SANTAMARIA I., MANTEIGA M., MANCHADO A., et al.
2019AJ....157...50D 47           X         1 27 ~ Calibrating interstellar abundances using supernova remnant radiative shocks. DOPITA M.A., SEITENZAHL I.R., SUTHERLAND R.S., et al.
2019ApJ...872...55J 19       D               3 113 ~ A closer look at some gas-phase depletions in the ISM: trends for O, Ge, and Kr versus F*, f(H2), and starlight intensity. JENKINS E.B.
2019ApJ...883L..43B 233           X C       4 2 ~ Formation of interstellar C60 from silicon carbide circumstellar grains. BERNAL J.J., HAENECOUR P., HOWE J., et al.
2019ApJ...887L...9N 159       D     X         4 9 ~ First evidence of Enhanced Recombination in astrophysical environments and the implications for plasma diagnostics. NEMER A., STERLING N.C., RAYMOND J., et al.
2019MNRAS.482.2354O 1372       D     X C F     28 22 ~ Physical properties of the fullerene C60-containing planetary nebula SaSt2-3. OTSUKA M.
2019MNRAS.484.3251A 187           X   F     3 20 ~ IFU spectroscopy of southern PNe - VII. Photoionization modelling of intermediate excitation class objects. ALI A. and DOPITA M.A.
2019PASJ...71....4U 19       D               4 168 ~ AKARI mission program: Excavating Mass Loss History in extended dust shells of Evolved Stars (MLHES). I. Far-IR photometry. UETA T., TORRES A.J., IZUMIURA H., et al.
2018A&A...609A.126S 1183       D     X C       26 27 1 Expansion patterns and parallaxes for planetary nebulae. SCHONBERNER D., BALICK B. and JACOB R.
2018A&A...611A..41R 90           X         2 118 2 THROES: a caTalogue of HeRschel Observations of Evolved Stars. I. PACS range spectroscopy. RAMOS-MEDINA J., SANCHEZ CONTRERAS C., GARCIA-LARIO P., et al.
2018A&A...616L...2K viz 18       D               1 384 2 Planetary nebula distances in Gaia DR2. KIMESWENGER S. and BARRIA D.
2018A&A...617A..85G 1460 T K A     X C       31 3 1 Modeling dust emission in PN
IC 418.
GOMEZ-LLANOS V., MORISSET C., SZCZERBA R., et al.
2018AJ....155..105D 2267 T K A     X C       49 9 2 GTC/CanariCam Mid-IR imaging of the fullerene-rich planetary nebula
IC 418: searching for the spatial distribution of fullerene-like molecules.
DIAZ-LUIS J.J., GARCIA-HERNANDEZ D.A., MANCHADO A., et al.
2018AJ....156..280B 134           X         3 14 ~ Green Bank Telescope observations of 3He+: H II regions. BALSER D.S. and BANIA T.M.
2018ApJ...861L...8M 1030   K A D     X C       23 3 ~ Neutron-capture elements in planetary nebulae: first detections of near-infrared [Te III] and [Br V] emission lines. MADONNA S., BAUTISTA M., DINERSTEIN H.L., et al.
2018MNRAS.473..241H 690       D     X   F     15 38 3 On the production of He, C, and N by low- and intermediate-mass stars: a comparison of observed and model-predicted planetary nebula abundances. HENRY R.B.C., STEPHENSON B.G., MILLER BERTOLAMI M.M., et al.
2018MNRAS.473.4476G 90           X         2 31 2 C/O ratios in planetary nebulae with dual-dust chemistry from faint optical recombination lines. GARCIA-ROJAS J., DELGADO-INGLADA G., GARCIA-HERNANDEZ D.A., et al.
2018MNRAS.475..424D 45           X         1 18 1 IFU spectroscopy of southern PN VI: the extraordinary chemo-dynamics of Hen 2-111. DOPITA M.A., ALI A., KARAKAS A.I., et al.
2018MNRAS.479.5657H 108       D         F     2 114 ~ Radio observations of planetary nebulae: no evidence for strong radial density gradients. HAJDUK M., VAN HOOF P.A.M., SNIADKOWSKA K., et al.
2018MNRAS.480.4589W 90           X         2 56 ~ Confirmation of the link between central star binarity and extreme abundance discrepancy factors in planetary nebulae. WESSON R., JONES D., GARCIA-ROJAS J., et al.
2018PASP..130l7001D 224           X C       4 4 ~ Study of fullerene-based molecular nanostructures in planetary nebulae. DIAZ-LUIS J.J.
2017AJ....153..140R viz 235       D     X         6 97 3 The kinematics of the permitted C II λ6578 line in a large sample of planetary nebulae. RICHER M.G., SUAREZ G., LOPEZ J.A., et al.
2017ApJ...837L..10B 87           X         2 83 12 Planetary nebulae that cannot be explained by binary systems. BEAR E. and SOKER N.
2017ApJ...845...76Z 61       D     X         2 38 1 Search for hydrogenated C60 (fulleranes) in circumstellar envelopes. ZHANG Y., SADJADI S., HSIA C.-H., et al.
2017MNRAS.469.1036J 235       D     X         6 44 6 The impact of atomic data selection on nebular abundance determinations. JUAN DE DIOS L. and RODRIGUEZ M.
2017MNRAS.470..839D 2699 T K A D S   X C F     59 13 4 IFU spectroscopy of southern planetary nebulae IV: a physical model for
IC 418.
DOPITA M.A., ALI A., SUTHERLAND R.S., et al.
2017MNRAS.471.4648V 279       D     X         7 148 7 The evolution of Galactic planetary nebula progenitors through the comparison of their nebular abundances with AGB yields. VENTURA P., STANGHELLINI L., DELL'AGLI F., et al.
2017PASP..129h2001P 44           X         1 44 3 Nebular spectroscopy: a guide on HII regions and planetary nebulae. PEIMBERT M., PEIMBERT A. and DELGADO-INGLADA G.
2016A&A...592A.158H 1251       D     X C       29 13 2 Radiation-driven winds of hot luminous stars. XVIII. The unreliability of stellar and wind parameter determinations from optical vs. UV spectral analysis of selected central stars of planetary nebulae and the possibility of some CSPNs as single-star supernova Ia progenitors. HOFFMANN T.L., PAULDRACH A.W.A. and KASCHINSKI C.B.
2016ApJ...817..175S 43           X         1 33 9 Hidden molecules in planetary nebulae: new detections of HCN and HCO+ from a multi-object survey. SCHMIDT D.R. and ZIURYS L.M.
2016ApJ...824L..13D 170           X C       3 21 ~ The discovery of Raman scattering in H II regions. DOPITA M.A., NICHOLLS D.C., SUTHERLAND R.S., et al.
2016MNRAS.455.1459F 17       D               2 284 77 The Hα surface brightness-radius relation: a robust statistical distance indicator for planetary nebulae. FREW D.J., PARKER Q.A. and BOJICIC I.S.
2016MNRAS.456.3855D 400       D     X         10 18 6 The Fe/Ni ratio in ionized nebulae: clues on dust depletion patterns. DELGADO-INGLADA G., MESA-DELGADO A., GARCIA-ROJAS J., et al.
2016MNRAS.458L.118G 45           X         1 4 8 Probing O-enrichment in C-rich dust planetary nebulae. GARCIA-HERNANDEZ D.A., VENTURA P., DELGADO-INGLADA G., et al.
2016MNRAS.460L..35G 1149 T K A D     X C       26 9 3 First detection of 3He+ in the planetary nebula
IC 418.
GUZMAN-RAMIREZ L., RIZZO J.R., ZIJLSTRA A.A., et al.
2016MNRAS.461.2818M 43           X         1 21 6 Very Large Telescope deep echelle spectroscopy of Galactic planetary nebulae NGC 6153, M 1-42 and Hf 2-2. McNABB I.A., FANG X. and LIU X.-W.
2016MNRAS.462...12O 383           X         9 31 5 XSHOOTER spectroscopy of the enigmatic planetary nebula Lin49 in the Small Magellanic Cloud. OTSUKA M., KEMPER F., LEAL-FERREIRA M.L., et al.
2016MNRAS.462..610R 43           X         1 61 7 Rings and arcs around evolved stars - I. Fingerprints of the last gasps in the formation process of planetary nebulae. RAMOS-LARIOS G., SANTAMARIA E., GUERRERO M.A., et al.
2016MNRAS.463.4438T 528       D     X C F     11 11 10 Formation and X-ray emission from hot bubbles in planetary nebulae - II. Hot bubble X-ray emission. TOALA J.A. and ARTHUR S.J.
2015A&A...573A...6P 184       D     X         5 22 8 Planck intermediate results. XVIII. The millimetre and sub-millimetre emission from planetary nebulae. PLANCK COLLABORATION, ARNAUD M., ATRIO-BARANDELA F., et al.
2015A&A...573A..42L 81         O           1 81 PyNeb: a new tool for analyzing emission lines. I. Code description and validation of results. LURIDIANA V., MORISSET C. and SHAW R.A.
2015A&A...573A..97D 3387     A D     X C       81 15 17 A search for diffuse bands in fullerene planetary nebulae: evidence of diffuse circumstellar bands. DIAZ-LUIS J.J., GARCIA-HERNANDEZ D.A., KAMESWARA RAO N., et al.
2015A&A...579A..86W 42           X         1 38 7 Improved spectral descriptions of planetary nebulae central stars. WEIDMANN W.A., MENDEZ R.H. and GAMEN R.
2015ApJ...800....8M 17       D               2 60 28 The Chandra planetary nebula survey (ChanPlaNS). III. X-ray emission from the central stars of planetary nebulae. MONTEZ R.Jr, KASTNER J.H., BALICK B., et al.
2015ApJ...803...23D 84           X         2 17 16 Co-spatial long-slit UV/Optical AL spectra of 10 galactic planetary nebulae with HST/STIS. I. Description of the observations, global emission-line measurements, and CNO abundances. DUFOUR R.J., KWITTER K.B., SHAW R.A., et al.
2015ApJ...812..133S viz 42           X         1 10 3 Photometry of the Stingray nebula (V839 Ara) from 1889 to 2015 across the ionization of its planetary nebula. SCHAEFER B.E. and EDWARDS Z.I.
2015ApJS..217...22O 42           X         1 21 13 Chemical abundances and dust in the halo planetary nebula K648 in M15: its origin and evolution based on an analysis of multiwavelength data. OTSUKA M., HYUNG S. and TAJITSU A.
2015ApJS..218...25S viz 811       D     X C       19 123 19 The abundances of light neutron-capture elements in planetary nebulae. III. The impact of new atomic data on nebular selenium and krypton abundance determinations. STERLING N.C., PORTER R.L. and DINERSTEIN H.L.
2015MNRAS.447..817B viz 125           X         3 4 2 Echelle spectroscopy and photoionization modelling of the entire planetary nebula NGC 6210. BOHIGAS J., ESCALANTE V., RODRIGUEZ M., et al.
2015MNRAS.449.1797D 185       D     X         5 32 38 Oxygen enrichment in carbon-rich planetary nebulae. DELGADO-INGLADA G., RODRIGUEZ M., PEIMBERT M., et al.
2015MNRAS.449.2980S 17       D               1 74 9 On the distances of planetary nebulae. SMITH H.
2015MNRAS.451.3228C 100       D         F     3 82 2 High radio frequency sample of bright planetary nebulae in the Southern hemisphere detected in the AT20G survey. CHHETRI R., EKERS R.D., KIMBALL A., et al.
2015MNRAS.452.2606G viz 43           X         1 12 21 s-process enrichment in the planetary nebula NGC 3918. Results from deep echelle spectrophotometry. GARCIA-ROJAS J., MADONNA S., LURIDIANA V., et al.
2015MNRAS.452.4070O viz 42           X         1 30 3 Chemical abundances in the PN Wray16-423 in the Sagittarius dwarf spheroidal galaxy: constraining the dust composition. OTSUKA M.
2015MNRAS.452.4153A viz 376           X C       8 13140 10 Constraint on the time variation of the fine-structure constant with the SDSS-III/BOSS DR12 quasar sample. ALBARETI F.D., COMPARAT J., GUTIERREZ C.M., et al.
2014A&A...565A..87O 41         O X         1 9 8 Ionization structure of multiple-shell planetary nebulae. I. NGC 2438. OETTL S., KIMESWENGER S. and ZIJLSTRA A.A.
2014A&A...569A..50C 41           X         1 14 7 VLT observations of the asymmetric Etched Hourglass Nebula, MyCn 18. CLYNE N., REDMAN M.P., LLOYD M., et al.
2014A&A...570A..88S 948     A D   O X C       23 13 16 Weak magnetic fields in central stars of planetary nebulae? STEFFEN M., HUBRIG S., TODT H., et al.
2014ARep...58..692G 14 1 Evolution of planetary-nebula envelopes and determination of their distances. GOLOVATYI V.V. and DEMCHYNA A.V.
2014ApJ...784..173D 428       D     X         11 60 32 C/O abundance ratios, iron depletions, and infrared dust features in galactic planetary nebulae. DELGADO-INGLADA G. and RODRIGUEZ M.
2014MNRAS.437.2577O 1458       D S   X C       34 28 34 Physical properties of fullerene-containing Galactic planetary nebulae. OTSUKA M., KEMPER F., CAMI J., et al.
2014MNRAS.443.3486T 44           X         1 7 27 Formation and X-ray emission from hot bubbles in planetary nebulae - I. Hot bubble formation. TOALA J.A. and ARTHUR S.J.
2013A&A...553A.126G viz 747       D S   X C F     16 73 27 Analysis of far-UV data of central stars of planetary nebulae: occurrence and variability of stellar winds. GUERRERO M.A. and DE MARCO O.
2013A&A...555A..90G 16       D               1 82 7 The Mg II λ2797, λ2803 emission in low-metallicity star-forming galaxies from the SDSS. GUSEVA N.G., IZOTOV Y.I., FRICKE K.J., et al.
2013A&A...557A.121G 382       D     X C       9 110 15 Unveiling shocks in planetary nebulae. GUERRERO M.A., TOALA J.A., MEDINA J.J., et al.
2013A&A...558A..78J 57       D     X         2 83 19 The evolution of planetary nebulae. VIII. True expansion rates and visibility times. JACOB R., SCHOENBERNER D. and STEFFEN M.
2013A&A...558A.122G 204           X         5 21 25 Analysis of chemical abundances in planetary nebulae with [WC] central stars. II. Chemical abundances and the abundance discrepancy factor. GARCIA-ROJAS J., PENA M., MORISSET C., et al.
2013AJ....145...92O 43           X         1 10 22 Studies of NGC 6720 with calibrated HST/WFC3 emission-line filter images. I. Structure and evolution. O'DELL C.R., FERLAND G.J., HENNEY W.J., et al.
2013ApJ...767...35R 1829   K A D S   X C       44 16 21 Detection of diffuse X-ray emission from planetary nebulae with nebular O VI. RUIZ N., CHU Y.-H., GRUENDL R.A., et al.
2013ApJ...773..133R 41           X         1 12 11 The discrepant kinematics of ORLs and CELs in NGC 7009 as a function of ionization structure. RICHER M.G., GEORGIEV L., ARRIETA A., et al.
2013ApJ...778..146O 17       D               1 14 15 Chemical abundances in the extremely carbon-rich and xenon-rich halo planetary nebula H4-1. OTSUKA M. and TAJITSU A.
2013ApJS..208...20B viz 18       D               2 643 1356 Nine-year Wilkinson microwave anisotropy probe (WMAP) observations: final maps and results. BENNETT C.L., LARSON D., WEILAND J.L., et al.
2013AstL...39..201A 3 3 9 Rapid photometric and spectroscopic evolution of the young planetary nebula Hen 3-1357 and its central star SAO 244567. ARKHIPOVA V.P., IKONNIKOVA N.P., KNIAZEV A.Yu., et al.
2013AstL...39..703B 5 3 Spectroscopic studies of four planetary nebulae with emission-line nuclei. BURLAK M.A. and KNIAZEV A.Yu.
2013MNRAS.428.3443M viz 16       D               2 139 23 Plasma diagnostics for planetary nebulae and HII regions using the NII and OII optical recombination lines. McNABB I.A., FANG X., LIU X.-W., et al.
2013MNRAS.430..599S 367       S   X C       7 9 15 Electron temperatures and free-electron energy distributions of nebulae from C II dielectronic recombination lines. STOREY P.J. and SOCHI T.
2013MNRAS.430.2923H 124 T         X         2 3 7 Kepler photometry and optical spectroscopy of the
ZZ Lep central star of the planetary nebula NGC 6826: rotational and wind variability.
HANDLER G., PRINJA R.K., URBANEJA M.A., et al.
2013MNRAS.431....2F viz 97       D     X         3 1347 50 A catalogue of integrated Hα fluxes for 1258 Galactic planetary nebulae. FREW D.J., BOJICIC I.S. and PARKER Q.A.
2013MNRAS.432..793G 650     A D     X C F     15 9 4 3He: does the problem persist ? GUZMAN-RAMIREZ L., PINEDA J.E., ZIJLSTRA A.A., et al.
2013MNRAS.435..320T 44           X         1 7 23 Type Ia supernovae inside planetary nebulae: shaping by jets. TSEBRENKO D. and SOKER N.
2012A&A...537A...1A viz 40           X         1 80 35 Distinguishing between HII regions and planetary nebulae with Hi-GAL, WISE, MIPSGAL, and GLIMPSE. ANDERSON L.D., ZAVAGNO A., BARLOW M.J., et al.
2012AJ....144...58K 418       D     X         11 41 73 The Chandra X-ray Survey of Planetary Nebulae (CHANPLANS): probing binarity, magnetic fields, and wind collisions. KASTNER J.H., MONTEZ R.Jr, BALICK B., et al.
2012ApJ...747L...8R 43           X         1 8 29 Detection of the second r-process peak element tellurium in metal-poor stars. ROEDERER I.U., LAWLER J.E., COWAN J.J., et al.
2012ApJ...749...61H 56       D     X         2 38 32 The curious conundrum regarding sulfur abundances in planetary nebulae. HENRY R.B.C., SPECK A., KARAKAS A.I., et al.
2012ApJ...755...53Z 81           X         2 6 8 Discovery of a halo around the helix nebula NGC 7293 in the WISE all-sky survey. ZHANG Y., HSIA C.-H. and KWOK S.
2012ApJ...757...41B 83           X         2 15 48 On the excitation and formation of circumstellar fullerenes. BERNARD-SALAS J., CAMI J., PEETERS E., et al.
2012ApJ...760L..34O 201           X C       4 9 2 Unusual carbonaceous dust distribution in PN G095.2+00.7. OHSAWA R., ONAKA T., SAKON I., et al.
2012MNRAS.422.3142P 682     A D     X C F     16 15 13 PN fast winds: temporal structure and stellar rotation. PRINJA R.K., MASSA D.L., URBANEJA M.A., et al.
2012MNRAS.423.3753R 2408 T K A D S   X C F     57 16 11 Discovery of multiple shells around the planetary nebula
IC 418.
RAMOS-LARIOS G., VAZQUEZ R., GUERRERO M.A., et al.
2012MNRAS.426.2318E 993 T K A     X C       23 2 13 Excitation of emission lines by fluorescence and recombination in
IC 418.
ESCALANTE V., MORISSET C. and GEORGIEV L.
2011A&A...526A...6W viz 16       D               1 492 40 Central stars of planetary nebulae: new spectral classifications and catalogue. WEIDMANN W.A. and GAMEN R.
2011A&A...531A..23P 135       D     X         4 11 17 Abundances in planetary nebulae: NGC 1535, NGC 6629, He 2-108, and Tc 1. POTTASCH S.R., SURENDIRANATH R. and BERNARD-SALAS J.
2011A&A...534A..97K 16       D   O           1 15 4 Improved velocity law parameterization for hot star winds. KRTICKA J. and KUBAT J.
2011AJ....141..134S viz 453       D     X C       11 183 106 Young planetary nebulae: Hubble Space Telescope imaging and a new morphological classification system. SAHAI R., MORRIS M.R. and VILLAR G.G.
2011ApJ...733L..50R 254       D     X C       6 14 15 The oxygen abundance in the solar neighborhood. RODRIGUEZ M. and DELGADO-INGLADA G.
2011ApJ...735..127V 79           X         2 56 38 Discovery and analysis of 21 µm feature sources in the Magellanic clouds. VOLK K., HRIVNAK B.J., MATSUURA M., et al.
2011ApJS..192...15G viz 16       D               6 535 337 Seven-year Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) observations: Galactic foreground emission. GOLD B., ODEGARD N., WEILAND J.L., et al.
2011MNRAS.410.2257P viz 40           X         1 239 9 MIPSGAL 24 µm observations of Galactic planetary nebulae. PHILLIPS J.P. and MARQUEZ-LUGO R.A.
2011MNRAS.415..181F viz 438           X   F     10 12 34 Very deep spectroscopy of the bright Saturn nebula NGC 7009 – I. Observations and plasma diagnostics. FANG X. and LIU X.-W.
2011MNRAS.417.2651M viz 16       D               1 5894 35 Optical properties of high-frequency radio sources from the Australia Telescope 20 GHz (AT20G) Survey. MAHONY E.K., SADLER E.M., CROOM S.M., et al.
2011MNRAS.417.3047S 40           X         1 37 17 Infrared two-colour diagrams for AGB stars using AKARI, MSX, IRAS and near-infrared data. SUH K.-W. and KWON Y.-J.
2011MNSSA..70..249S 28 0 Lepus - a storybook rabbit. STREICHER M.
2011RMxAC..40..241G 778 T K A     X C       18 1 0 Expansion parallax of the planetary nebula
IC 418.
GUZMAN-RAMIREZ L., LOINARD L., GOMEZ Y., et al.
2010A&A...511A..53V 16       D               1 107466 32 The SPECFIND V2.0 catalogue of radio cross-identifications and spectra. SPECFIND meets the Virtual Observatory. VOLLMER B., GASSMANN B., DERRIERE S., et al.
2010A&A...517A..95P 291       D     X         8 36 30 Planetary nebulae abundances and stellar evolution. II. POTTASCH S.R. and BERNARD-SALAS J.
2010A&A...519A..50K 16       D               2 16 20 Comoving frame models of hot star winds. I. Test of the Sobolev approximation in the case of pure line transitions. KRTICKA J. and KUBAT J.
2010A&A...520A..45D 16       D               2 63 13 Discrete source survey of 6 GHz OH emission from PNe and pPNe and first 6 GHz images of K 3-35. DESMURS J.-F., BAUDRY A., SIVAGNANAM P., et al.
2010ApJ...723..658O viz 39           X         1 25 35 The origin and evolution of the halo PN BoBn 1: from a viewpoint of chemical abundances based on multiwavelength spectra. OTSUKA M., TAJITSU A., HYUNG S., et al.
2010ApJ...724..748H viz 134       D     X         4 146 87 Abundances of Galactic anticenter planetary nebulae and the oxygen abundance gradient in the Galactic disk. HENRY R.B.C., KWITTER K.B., JASKOT A.E., et al.
2010ApJS..187..149A viz 16       D               1 536 58 StarCAT: a catalog of space telescope imaging spectrograph ultraviolet echelle spectra of stars. AYRES T.R.
2010MNRAS.401.1388J viz 79             C       1 30 23 High-frequency radio polarization measurements of WMAP point sources. JACKSON N., BROWNE I.W.A., BATTYE R.A., et al.
2010MNRAS.402..641P 39           X         1 3 2 The dense and asymmetric central star wind of the young PN He 2-138. PRINJA R.K., HODGES S.E., URBANEJA M.A., et al.
2010SerAJ.181...63B 236           X C       5 9 8 SMP SMC 24: a newly radio-detected planetary nebula in the Small Magellanic Cloud. BOJICIC I.S., FILIPOVIC M.D. and CRAWFORD E.J.
2009A&A...498..463P 16       D               1 96 14 Survey of planetary nebulae at 30 GHz with OCRA-p. PAZDERSKA B.M., GAWRONSKI M.P., FEILER R., et al.
2009A&A...507.1517M 974 T K A   O X C       23 1 30 A self-consistent stellar and 3D nebular model of planetary nebula IC 418. MORISSET C. and GEORGIEV L.
2009A&A...508..107G viz 16       D               1 331 15 The number counts, luminosity functions, and evolution of microwave-selected (WMAP) blazars and radio galaxies. GIOMMI P., COLAFRANCESCO S., PADOVANI P., et al.
2009AJ....138...46G 766 T K A     X C       18 3 14 Expansion parallax of the planetary nebula
IC 418.
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IC 418
,

IC 2165
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1987XXIP.........0. 22 ~ ???
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1983IAUS..103..129S 14 10 Some recent results from UV observations. SEATON M.J.
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1983IAUS..103..323P 39 52 Mass loss from central stars of planetary nebulae. PERINOTTO M.
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1983MmSAI..54..511C 87 4 Planetary nebulae: IUE results. CERRUTI-SOLA M. and PERINOTTO M.
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1983PASP...95..610W 65 46 Emission-line fluxes of planetary nebulae and related objects. WEBSTER B.L.
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1983RMxAA...8..187C 56 35 Photoelectric, absolute Hbeta fluxes for 55 planetary nebulae. CARRASCO L., SERRANO A. and COSTERO R.
1983S&W....22..336G 21 0 Planetarische Nebeln. GIESEKING F.
1982A&A...105...37L 22 57 Planetary nebulae with close binary central stars. LIVIO M.
1982A&A...110..105S 57 45 Internal motions in planetary nebulae. SABBADIN F. and HAMZAOGLU E.
1982A&AS...50..209M 397 83 Radio observations at 14.7 GHZ of southern planetary nebulae. MILNE D.K. and ALLER L.H.
1982AJ.....87..555F 24 26 E(B-V) extinction values for 24 planetary nebulae derived from IUE data. FEIBELMAN W.A.
1982AZh....59..326G 9 2 Can planetary nebulae rotate ? GRININ V.P.
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1982BAAS...14..573K 5 0 CCD spectra of planetary nebulae. KUPFERMAN P.N., DANIELSON G.E. and JEWITT D.C.
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1980ApJ...238..133T 78 T                   1 2 97 IUE and visual observations of the Orion nebula and
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1980ApJ...238..585C 61 73 Infrared photometry of southern planetary nebulae and emission-line objects. COHEN M. and BARLOW M.J.
1980ApJ...238..892M 1 13 103 Observations of cool dust in planetary nebulae. MOSELEY H.
1980ApJ...239...78K 95 90 The oxygen enrichment of the galaxy. KALER J.B.
1980ApJ...239..592K 76 12 Neutral oxygen and nitrogen lines in planetary nebulae. KALER J.B.
1980ApJ...241..725F 7 16 Electron densities for six planetary nebulae and HM Sge derived from the CIII lambda 1907/1909 ratio. FEIBELMAN W.A., BOGGESS A., HOBBS R.W., et al.
1980ApJ...242..596N 41 26 The problem of sulfur abundance determination in gaseous nebulae. NATTA A., PANAGIA N. and PREITE-MARTINEZ A.
1980BAAS...12..505F 2 2 A far-infrared emission feature in IRC +10216, IC 418 and NGC 6572. FORREST W.J., HOUCK J.R. and McCARTHY J.F.
1980BAAS...12..841C 4 0 Ionization structure and partial obscuration of planetary nebula. CONDAL A.R.
1980BAAS...12..858G 2 1 10 The association of the "30mum" dust emission feature in carbon rich objects with solid sulfides. GOEBEL J.H.
1980IUE2n......197C 69 T                   1 4 ~ A search for absorption in the fourth positive system of CO in the spectrum of the planetary nebula
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1980IUE80......557P 15 ~ New insights into the physical state of gaseous nebulae. PEIMBERT M.
1980IUE80......613F 7 ~ Electron densities for six planetary nebulae and HM Sge derived from the C III/lambda 1907/1909 ratio. FEIBELMAN W.A.
1980IUE80......623H 6 ~ Silicon and magnesium in planetary nebulae. HARRINGTON J.P. and MARIONNI P.A.
1980IUE80......663B 24 ~ An atlas of emission line fluxes of planetary nebulae in the 1150-3200A region. BOGGESS A., FEIBELMAN W.A. and McCRACKEN C.W.
1980MNRAS.190p...1C 69 T                   1 4 ~ A search for absorption in the fourth positive system of CO in the spectrum of the planetary nebula
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1980MNRAS.191...13H 83 T                   1 1 72 Ultraviolet spectra of planetary nebulae. I. The abundance of carbon in
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1980PhDT.........3D 116 17 A photometric investigation of possible binary occurrence in the central stars of seventeen planetary nebulae. DRUMMOND J.D.
1980QJRAS..21...82T 50 ~ Planetary nebulae. TERZIAN Y.
1980QJRAS..21..229S 7 15 Presidential address: spectra of gaseous nebulae. SEATON M.J.
1980XXHE.........0. 13 ~ ???
1979A&A....72...31R 74 T                   1 1 25 The structure of
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1979A&A....80...42K 2 8 Photoionization models for gaseous nebula. KOEPPEN J.
1979A&AS...36..169M 145 23 2,7 GHz radio frequency measurements of planetary nebulae. MILNE D.K. and WEBSTER B.L.
1979A&AS...36..227M 208 83 Radio observations at 5 GHz of southern planetary nebulae. II. MILNE D.K.
1979A&AS...37....1T 1 17 95 A survey of OH near the galactic plane. TURNER B.E.
1979Ap&SS..61..243D 9 2 Emission lines due to interstellar dust in the visible spectra of nebulae. DULEY W.W.
1979Ap&SS..62..397A 44 171 A spectroscopic study of moderately bright planetary nebulae. ALLER L.H. and CZYZAK S.J.
1979ApJ...227..863B 7 21 A comparison of forbidden-line and optical continuum electron temperatures in gaseous nebulae. BARKER T.
1979ApJ...228..163K 98 65 The enrichment of nitrogen and He in planetary nebulae. KALER J.B.
1979ApJ...233..888T 7 3 112 Spectrophotometry of four H II regions in the Perseus arm and a reassessment of galactic abundance gradients. TALENT D.L. and DUFOUR R.J.
1979ApJ...233..925A 1 16 94 8-13 micron spectrophotometry of planetary nebulae. AITKEN D.K., ROCHE P.F., SPENSER P.M., et al.
1979ApJ...234..496W 71 T                   1 4 52 Infrared spectra of
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1979BAAS...11..628H 69 T                   1 1 0 Carbon abundance in
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1979IzKry..59..167G 45 5 The abundance of helium, oxygen and neon in planetary nebulae. GOLOVATYI V.V., PRONIK V.I. and YATSYK O.S.
1979SvA....23..425P 168 12 Evolution of planetary nebulae : the temperature of their central stars. PILYUGIN L.S. and KHROMOV G.S.
1979VA.....23...45G 19 3 Ultraviolet spectra of planetary nebulae. GURZADYAN G.A.
1978A&A....62...95P 40 80 Ultraviolet radiation from planetary nebulae. II. Radiation from the central stars. POTTASCH S.R., WESSELIUS P.R., WU C.C., et al.
1978A&A....63..297G 9 14 Ultraviolet observations of planetary nebulae. III. Variability of the central star. GILRA D.P., POTTASCH S.R., WESSELIUS P.R., et al.
1978A&A....63L..23A 1 6 30 Infra-red emission lines from molecules in grain mantles. ALLAMANDOLA L.J. and NORMAN C.A.
1978A&A....68L...7H 4 10 Neutral carbon emission in M 42. HIPPELEIN H. and MUNCH G.
1978A&A....69..363K 19 23 Determination of temperatures of central stars of planetary nebulae. KOEPPEN J. and TARAFDAR S.P.
1978A&AS...33..223S 115 13 Statistical properties of planetary nebulae: graphic presentation. SABBADIN F. and MINELLO S.
1978A&AS...33..367A 331 199 A new synthetic distance scale for planetary nebulae. ACKER A.
1978Ap&SS..59...91K 7 15 Theoretical models of planetary nebulae. KEYES C.D. and ALLER L.H.
1978ApJ...219..914B 1 43 216 Spectrophotometry of planetary nebulae. I. Physical conditions. BARKER T.
1978ApJ...220..193B 43 117 Spectrophotometry of planetary nebulae. II. Chemical abundances. BARKER T.
1978ApJ...220..887K 22 63 The (OIII) line as a quantitative indicator of nebular central-star temperature. KALER J.B.
1978ApJ...225..527K 58 65 Galactic abundances of neon, argon and chlorine derived from planetary nebulae. KALER J.B.
1978ApJ...226..947K 93 99 The enrichment of He in planetary nebulae. KALER J.B.
1978IAUS...76...79G 19 0 Ultraviolet observations of planetary nebulae. GURZADYAN G.A.
1978IAUS...76...93P 24 3 Advances in ultraviolet observations. POTTASCH S.R.
1978IAUS...76..111T 13 4 Planetary nebulae : advances in radio observations. TERZIAN Y.
1978IAUS...76..124M 11 3 Observations of cool dust in planetary nebulae. MOSELEY H. and HARPER D.A.
1978IAUS...76..127C 3 0 Radio spectroscopy of planetary nebulae. CHAISSON E.J.
1978IAUS...76..151H 7 6 Ionization models of planetary nebulae. HARRINGTON J.P.
1978IAUS...76..163A 69 T                   1 1 0 The ionisation structure of
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1978IAUS...76..171H 24 9 Atmospheres of central stars. HUMMER D.G.
1978IAUS...76..210G 69 T                   1 5 1 Ultraviolet photometric variations in the central star of
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1978IAUS...76..263C 12 15 Morphology of planetary nebulae. CAPRIOTTI E.R.
1977A&A....54..435P 31 63 Ultraviolet observations of planetary nebulae. POTTASCH S.R., WESSELIUS P.R., WU C.C., et al.
1977A&A....56..189K 21 18 The dust to gas ratio and internal extinction in planetary nebulae. KOEPPEN J.
1977A&A....58L..29M 35 3 The evolution of line intensity ratios in planetary nebulae. MINELLO S. and SABBADIN F.
1977A&A....59...91P 13 57 On the structural development of the shells of novae and planetary nebulae. PHILLIPS J.P. and REAY N.K.
1977A&A....60L...9M 41 3 Statistical properties of planetary nebulae: central stars. MINELLO S. and SABBADIN F.
1977A&AS...30..217A 982 4 Bibliographical index of planetary nebulae for the period 1965-1976. ACKER A. and MARCOUT J.
1977ApJ...211...68D 1 8 51 The chemical composition of three planetary nebulae in the Magellanic Clouds. DUFOUR R. and KILLEN R.M.
1977ApJ...213...66R 4 4 98 Observations of the unidentified 3-3 micrometer emission feature in nebulae. RUSSELL R.W., SOIFER B.T. and MERRILL K.M.
1977ApJ...215..609H 17 51 Spectroscopic studies of very old hot stars. II. Spectral classification, absolute magnitudes and distances of O-type planetary nuclei. HEAP S.R.
1977ApJ...216..526K 3 14 Mass loss, long-period variables, and the formation of circumstellar shells. KAFATOS M. and MICHALITSIANOS A.G.
1977BAAS....9..423M 1 0 Far infrared observations of planetary nebulae. MOSELEY H., HARPER D.A. and LOEWENSTEIN R.F.
1977MNRAS.180...95T 13 40 Spectra of the low-excitation nebulosities around AG Carinae and HD 138403. THACKERAY A.D.
1977PSCDS...1....0F 6 0 Bibliography on molecular lines in galactic objects. FERNANDEZ A., LE SQUEREN A.M. and LORTET M.C.
1977RMxAA...2..181T 1 42 339 Photoelectric photometry and physical conditions of planetary nebulae. TORRES-PEIMBERT S. and PEIMBERT M.
1976A&A....47..341D 11 45 Pregalactic He abundance and abundance gradients across our galaxy from planetary nebulae. D'ODORICO S., PEIMBERT M. and SABBADIN F.
1976A&A....48..331C 6 26 Recombination line observations of the planetary nebulae NGC 6543, M 1-78 and NGC 7027. CHURCHWELL E., TERZIAN Y. and WALMSLEY M.
1976A&A....50..389M 68 T                   1 5 7 The spatial distribution of dust in the planetary nebulae NGC 6537,
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1976A&A....52..291S 1 3 16 Spectroscopic observations of the planetary nebula NGC 2346. SABBADIN F.
1976AJ.....81..407C 171 70 Interstellar extinction: a calibration by planetary nebulae. CAHN J.H.
1976AZh....53..762K 76 4 Evolution of planetary nebulae and their nuclei correction for stellar absorption and typical nebular spectrum KHROMOV G.S.
1976AZh....53..961K 96 4 Evolution of the planetary nebulae and their nuclei: density of the planetary nebulae and its evolutionary changes. KHROMOV G.S.
1976ApJ...204..441B 11 6 Radio synthesis observations of planetary nebulae. II. A search for sub-arcsecond structure. BALICK B. and TERZIAN Y.
1976ApJ...204..445A 52 32 Electron densities in gaseous nebulae. ALLER L.H. and EPPS H.W.
1976ApJ...206...66S 2 4 54 An optical search for ionized hydrogen in globular clusters. SMITH M.G., HESSER J.E. and SHAWL S.J.
1976ApJ...206..458H 1 4 26 Time-dependent effects in the nebular shell of FG Sagittae. HARRINGTON J.P. and MARIONNI P.A.
1976ApJ...206..658G 1 11 92 The excitation of permitted lines in gaseous nebulae. GRANDI S.A.
1976ApJ...207..102D 11 32 Atomic nitrogen as a probe of physical conditions in the interstellar medium. DOPITA M.A., MASON D.J. and ROBB W.D.
1976ApJ...210..518I 2 0 Energy balance of infrared radiation in planetary nebulae. IYENGAR K.V.K. and KRISHNA SWAMY K.S.
1976ApJ...210..843K 35 57 The exciting stars of low-excitation planetary and diffuse nebulae. KALER J.B.
1976ApJS...31..517K 334 344 A catalog of relative emission line intensities observed in planetary and diffuse nebulae. KALER J.B.
1976Lub75...1...59R 8 0 Photoelectric scans of the planetary nebulae NGC 7027. ROBBINS R.R.
1976MNRAS.175..633M 3 3 47 Radial velocities of Southern galaxies. MARTIN W.L.
1976MSRSL...9..271A 83 ~ Central Stars of planetary nebulae. ALLER L.H.
1976MSRSL...9..355A 15 ~ Spectres des etoiles chaudes et des nebuleuses planetaires dans le proche infrarouge. ANDRILLAT Y.
1976MmSAI..47..313F 12 2 Theoretical predictions of the ultraviolet spectra of planetary nebulae. FLOWER D.R.
1976PASP...88..574A 29 49 Planetary nebulae, survey and outlook. ALLER L.H.
1976PASP...88..672H 13 2 A determination of R from optical and radio observations of planetary nebulae. HAWLEY S.A. and DUNCAN D.K.
1976SoSht.195....3K 53 0 The weighted average emission-line intensities in 54 planetary nebulae spectra. KOSTYAKOVA E.B.
1976TrSht..47..222K 53 0 The analysis of the catalogue of the planetary nebulae spectral line intensities. KOSTYAKOVA E.B.
1975A&A....38..183M 165 233 Radio observations at 5 GHz of southern planetary nebulae. MILNE D.K. and ALLER L.H.
1975A&A....38..475D 5 4 The infrared continuum of the compact planetary nebula NGC 6210. DANZIGER I.J.
1975A&A....39...43S 23 76 Infrared forbidden lines in H II regions and planetary nebulae. SIMPSON J.P.
1975A&A....39..383P 43 10 On the nebular mass of planetary nebulae. PERINOTTO M.
1975A&A....41...99A 17 8 Spectres de quelques nebuleuses planetaires entre 8000 et 11000 A. ANDRILLAT Y., BARANNE A. and HOUZIAUX L.
1975A&A....43..153B 8 2 Characteristics of planetary nebulae and H II regions based on lambda 1,35 cm continuum measurements. BRAZ M.A., JARDIN J.O. and KAUFMANN P.
1975Ap&SS..34...81B 4 1 Thermal emission spectra of silicates from planetary nebulae. BUSSOLETTI E., BALUTEAU J.-P. and EPCHTEIN N.
1975ApJ...197..635A 1 2 12 Neon III in planetary nebulae. AHERN F.J.
1975ApJ...200...83D 36 ~ Oxygen abundances in planetary nebulae. DAUB C.T.
1975ApJ...201..705B 5 2 56 Observable effects of dust on the ionization of nebulae. BALICK B.
1975ApJ...201L..85M 1 14 125 The detection of carbon monoxide emission in planetary nebulae. MUFSON S.L., LYON J. and MARIONNI P.A.
1975MNRAS.170..475S 5 8 239 Collision strengths for (N II), (O III) (Ne II) and (Ne III). SEATON M.J.
1974A&A....34..141B 16 10 A calculation of infrared spectra from dust in planetary nebulae. BUSSOLETTI E., EPCHTEIN N. and BALUTEAU J.-P.
1974AJ.....79.1384C 62 218 New proper motions, statistical parallaxes and kinematics of planetary nebulae. CUDWORTH K.M.
1974ARA&A..12..331M 1 9 48 Planetary nebulae. MILLER J.S.
1974ApJ...187..283B 10 44 Filamentary structure in planetary nebulae. BOESHAAR G.O.
1974ApJ...188..257T 22 92 Radio-synthesis observations of planetary nebulae. TERZIAN Y., BALICK B. and BIGNELL C.
1974ApJ...188..529B 12 31 Nebular photometry with an echelle spectrometer (OII) line ratios in NGC 1976 and 6853. BOHUSKI T.J., DUFOUR R.J. and OSTERBROCK D.E.
1974ApJ...190..353J 1 5 29 Infrared emission by dust in NGC 1068 and three planetary nebulae. JAMESON R.F., LONGMORE A.J., McLINN J.A., et al.
1974ApJ...192..165S 25 8 Radio-continuum measurements of planetary nebulae at 15,5 GHz. SISTLA G., KOJOIAN G. and CHAISSON E.J.
1974ApJ...193..401C 110 176 An infrared photometric survey of planetary nebulae. COHEN M. and BARLOW M.J.
1974ApJ...193..687B 10 17 Recombination lines in planetary nebulae at 15 Gigahertz. BIGNELL R.C.
1974MmSAI..45..387B 4 0 On the dust content of some planetary nebulae. BUSSOLETTI E., BALUTEAU J.-P. and EPCHTEIN N.
1974QJRAS..15..370S 5 12 Temperature of gaseous nebulae a decade of depression. SEATON M.J.
1974SoSht.188....3K 15 0 Calculation of Balmer-continuum radiation for planetary nebulae considering their physical condition. KOSTYAKOVA E.B.
1974SvA....18..195K 43 2 Infrared radiation of planetary nebulae. 2. New and revised observations at 1.0-2.5 mu. KHROMOV G.S.
1974VA.....16..309T 27 2 The planetary nebulae as radio sources. THOMPSON A.R.
1973A&AS...12..277G 545 35 A new general O type stars catalogue. GOY G.
1973AJ.....78..239M 153 38 Improved optical positions for 153 planetary nebulae. MILNE D.K.
1973ApJ...180..817B 1 4 30 Abundances and ionization distribution in planetary nebulae. BUERGER E.G.
1973ApJ...182..503P 35 25 Infrared photometry of planetary nebulae. PERSSON S.E. and FROGEL J.A.
1973ApJ...186..899L 5 14 Internal dust in gaseous nebulae. LEIBOWITZ E.M.
1973BAAS....5..423R 6 0 Photoelectric scans of planetary nebulae. ROBBINS R.R.
1973IAUS...52..237C 50 4 Galactic dust distribution in the solar neighborhood. CAHN J.M. and NOSEK R.D.
1973MNRAS.161..313H 56 20 Study of radio continuum spectra of planetary nebulae. HIGGS L.A.
1973MNRAS.164..111W 4 3 60 The ionization structure of planetary nebulae. X. The contribution of charge exchange and optically thick condensations to O I radiation. WILLIAMS R.E.
1973MNRAS.164..381W 8 17 Henize 177: slow Nova, symbiotic star, X-ray source ? WEBSTER R.L.
1973MSRSL...5...33K 21 1 The optical spectrum of planetary nebulae. KALER J.B.
1973MSRSL...5...57M 13 15 Scanner observations of the Balmer decrement in planetary nebulae. MILLER J.S.
1973MSRSL...5...73K 16 0 Study of the planetary nebulae in near U.V. KOSTJAKOVA E.B.
1973MSRSL...5...89H 14 6 The observation spectra radio data. HIGGS L.A.
1973MSRSL...5..109T 11 1 Radio-line spectra of planetary nebulae. TERZIAN Y.
1973MSRSL...5..115G 3 ~ Observations of radio recombination lines in planetary nebulae. GOAD L.E. and CHAISSON E.J.
1973MSRSL...5..145M 2 1 The continuum emission of planetary nebulae. MILLER J.S.
1973MSRSL...5..159P 25 0 Infrared photometry of compact planetary nebulae. PERSSON S.E. and FROGEL J.A.
1973MSRSL...5..225H 3 12 Interpretation of the spectrum of planetary nebulae. HUMMER D.G. and SEATON M.J.
1973MSRSL...5..263R 14 28 Optical depth effects in the He singlet spectrum of nebulae. ROBBINS R.R. and BERNAT A.P.
1973MSRSL...5..285A 21 9 Introduction report : chemical composition of planetary nebulae. ALLER L.H. and CZYZAK S.J.
1973MSRSL...5..321S 11 9 Introductory report. SWINGS J.P.
1973MSRSL...5..351L 8 0 Several types of galactic object central ionization hydrogen. LORTET-ZUCKERMANN M.C.
1972A&A....18...70G 73 95 Spatial and kinematic parameters of binebulous centric and annular nebulae. GREIG W.E.
1972AJ.....77..350T 16 7 Expected infrared spectra from planetary nebulae. TERZIAN Y. and SANDERS O.
1972AN....293..267G 10 1 On the infrared radiation from planetary nebulae. GURTLER J.
1972ApJ...171...55D 10 17 The population of He triplet states in gaseous nebulae. DRAKE G.W.F. and ROBBINS R.R.
1972ApJ...172..367G 33 65 Infrared studies of galactic nebulae continuum and line radiation from planetary nebulae. GILLETT F.C., MERRILL K.M. and STEIN W.A.
1972ApJ...173..601K 13 21 Excitation of nebular spectrum lines. KALER J.B.
1972ApJ...175..699W 1 16 103 Observations of planetary nebulae at 1,65 to 3.4 micron. WILLNER S.P., BECKLIN E.E. and VISVANATHAN N.
1972ApJ...177..303C 32 13 Spectra of some Ohio radio sources: List III. CONKLIN E.K., ANDREW B.H., WILLS B.J., et al.
1972ApL....10...41T 2 3 30 Radio recombination lines from planetary nebulae. TERZIAN Y. and BALICK B.
1972AuJPh..25...91A 74 26 Observation at 2700 MHz of selected planetary nebulae. ALLER L.H. and MILNE D.K.
1972BAAS....4..423O 3 0 Relative emission-line intensity in the Vela X nebula. OSTERBROCK D.E. and COSTERO R.
1972MSRSL...5..159P 28 ~ Infrared photometry of compact planetary nebulae. PERSSON S.E. and FROGEL J.A.
1972SvA....15..892K 16 7 Infrared radiation of planetary nebulae. I. Observations at 1.0 - 2.5mu and the continuous spectrum. KHROMOV G.S. and MOROZ V.I.
1971A&A....10..161G 166 106 The morphological classification of symmetrical nebulae. GREIG W.E.
1971A&A....14...78P 5 6 Temperature and density in gaseous nebulae. II. PERINOTTO M.
1971ATsir.623....5K 16 0 The absolute energy distribution in the Balmer continuum spectral regions of 16 planetary nebulae. KOSTYAKOWA E.B.
1971AZh....48.1122K 16 2 Infrared emission from the planetary nebula 2 : observation some planetary nebula in 1.0-2.5 microns region. KROMOV C.S. and MOROZ V.I.
1971Ap&SS..10..383G 13 6 On the spectrum of a gaseous nebula of pure hydrogen. GEROLA H., SALEM M. and PANAGIA N.
1971Ap&SS..11..309H 142 1 A review of radio observation of planetary nebulae. HECKATHORN J.
1971ApJ...163..141K 6 0 The continuous spectrum of neutral He from gaseous nebulae. KALER J.B., LEE P. and ALLER L.H.
1971ApJ...164..303L 16 7 Hight frequency stellar oscillations. V. Power spectra for the central stars of planetary nebulae. LASKER B.M. and HESSER J.E.
1971ApJ...164L..29H 7 19 Infrared line emission from planetary nebulae. HOLZ J.Z., GEBALLE T.R. and RANK D.M.
1971ApJ...167..249R 1 4 31 Capture cascade intensity of the He singlets in nebulae. ROBBINS R.R. and ROBINSON E.L.
1971ApJ...168..413P 1 13 146 Planetary nebulae. III. Chemical abundances. PEIMBERT M. and TORRES-PEIMBERT S.
1971ApJ...169L..77R 12 12 Reduced Helium abundance nebulae. ROBBINS R.R., DALTABUIT E. and COX D.P.
1971ApJ...170..449K 68 T                   1 1 2 Infrared spectrum of
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1971ApJS...22..319C 609 401 Distances and distribution of planetary nebulae. CAHN J.H. and KALER J.B.
1971ApL.....8...79R 6 12 Radio recombination line in NGC 7027. RUBIN R.H. and PALMER P.
1971BAAS....3..417K 68 T                   1 1 0 Hydrogen Paschen and HeI 10830 emission in spectrum of
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1971BAAS....3..471T 3 ~ Radio recombination lines from planetary nebulae. TERZIAN Y.
1971BAICz..22..103P 128 56 Photometry of southern planetary nebulae. PEREK L.
1971BOTT....6...21P 1 12 100 Photoelectric photometry. PEIMBERT M. and TORRES-PEIMBERT S.
1971BOTT....6...29P 1 12 108 Electric temperature, electric density. PEIMBERT M.
1971IzPul.187....4D 139 2 Statistical investigation of the motions, distribution of planetary nebulae. DEUTSCH A.N.
1971MNRAS.153..315H 121 32 A survey of microwave radiation from planetary nebulae. HIGGS L.A.
1971PAB.....1....1H 443 52 Catalog of radio observations of planetary nebulae, related optical data. HIGGS L.A.
1971PASAu...2...14H 24 1 Galactic infrared astronomy. HYLAND A.R.
1971PASP...83..166H 4 4 Measurement of strong planetary nebulae at short cm wavelengths. HOBBS R.W. and WAAK J.A.
1971SvA....14..794K 15 0 Investigation of planetary nebulae in the near ultraviolet region of the spectrum. KOSTYAKOVA E.B.
1971XXFN.........0. 2 ~ ???
1970A&A.....8..171R 254 34 Radio observations planetary nebulae and possible planetary nebulae. RUBIN R.H.
1970A&A.....9..325V 8 2 On the population of the 2/3.s level of He in planetary nebulae. VAN RENSBERGEN W. and WUYTS J.
1970AJ.....75..351E 4213 76 The Ohio Survey between 0 and -36 degrees. EHMAN J.R., DIXON R.S. and KRAUS J.D.
1970AZh....47..989K 18 1 The investigation of planetary nebulae in the near of ultraviolet region. KOSTJAKOVA E.B.
1970ApJ...159..263M 2 6 99 Internal dust in gaseous nebulae. MATHIS J.S.
1970ApJ...159..823O 69 T                   1 1 17 Emission-line profiles in the planetary nebula
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1970ApJ...160..363T 6 9 Attempt to detect neutral hydrogen in planetary nebulae. THOMPSON A.R. and COLVIN R.S.
1970ApJ...160..887K 213 112 Chemical abundances and the parameters of planetary nebulae. KALER J.B.
1970ApJ...160..915O 1 3 24 The planetary nebula BD +30 3639. O'DELL C.R. and TERZIAN Y.
1970ApJ...160..921K 12 65 Some furbidden line intensity ratios in gaseous nebulae. KRUEGER T.K., ALLER L.H. and CZYZAK S.J.
1970ApJ...161..917A 31 90 Spectra of thirty-three gazeous nebulae in yellow green with electronic camera. ALLER L.H. and WALKER M.F.
1970ApJ...161L..51P 3 12 He 1 lambda 10830 in gaseous nebulae. PERSSON S.E.
1970ApL.....5..197T 12 6 Search for interst. No at radio frequencies. TURNER B.E., HEILES C.F. and SCHARLEMANN R.
1970LAstr..84..141A 15 0 Planetary nebulae. ARKHIPOVA V.P.
1970MNRAS.147..215R 1 4 44 High resolution map of Cassiopeia A at 2.7 GHz. ROSENBERG I.
1970MNRAS.147..245F 6 8 Infra-red line spectra of planetary nebulae. FLOWER D.R.
1970MNRAS.147..339H 13 2 161 Model atmospheric for the central stars of planetary nebulae. HUMMER D.G. and MIHALAS D.
1970MNRAS.148..367S 3 11 214 Electron density in planetary nebulae. SARAPH H.E. and SEATON M.J.
1970MNRAS.150..359T 60 15 Further radio observations of planetary nebulae. THOMASSON P. and DAVIES J.G.
1970MmRAS..73..153W viz 1 48 311 A catalogue of early-type stars whose spectra have shown emission lines. WACKERLING L.R.
1970PN70.........1G 50 0 Basic observational data. GURZADIAN G.A.
1970PN70........44G 8 0 The origin of emission lines. GURZADIAN G.A.
1970PN70........80G 50 0 Temperatures of nuclei, electron temperatures, electron concentrations. GURZADIAN G.A.
1970PN70.......141G 21 0 The continuous spectrum of planetary nebulae. GURZADIAN G.A.
1970PN70.......195G 40 0 Double enveloppe nebulae. GURZADIAN G.A.
1970PN70.......233G 3 0 The stability of the forms of the gaseous envelopes. GURZADIAN G.A.
1970PN70.......282G 16 0 The origin of planetary nebulae. GURZADIAN G.A.
1970QJRAS..11..199O 38 23 Abundances of the elements in gaseous nebulae. OSTERBROCK D.E.
1970S&T....39...15A 8 2 The planetary nebulae. IX. ALLER L.H.
1970S&T....39..220A 13 2 The planetary nebulae. XI. ALLER L.H.
1970S&T....39..299A 23 0 The planetary nebulae. XII. ALLER L.H.
1970S&T....40..132W 12 13 Image-tube observations at Cerro Tololo. WALKER M.F.
1970SoSht.166...31A 38 0 Methode of corrected interstellar reddening of planetary nebulae. ARKHIPOVA V.P.
1970TrSht..40...57V 166 3 Catalogue of the abs. int. of the emission lines in spectra planetary nebulae. VORONTSOV-VELYAMINOV B.A.
1970TriP..418....0H 9 0 Abbondanza dell'elio nelle stelle., problema degli isotopi. HACK M.
1970XXFF.........0. 4 ~ ???
1969ATsir.522....1R 9 0 On the Balmer decrement of planetary nebulae. RUBLEV S.V.
1969Afz.....5...83V 22 6 On the expansion of planetary nebulae. VIT YASEV V.I.
1969ApJ...155..469K 80 22 Survey of high-frequency radio radiation from planetary nebulae. KAFTAN-KASSIM M.A.
1969ApJ...155..475P 9 16 Reddening curves for planetary nebulae. PIPHER J.L. and TERZIAN Y.
1969ApJ...155L..97G 68 T                   1 4 39 Detection of the 12.8 micron Ne+ emission line from the planetary nebula
IC 418.
GILLETT F.C. and STEIN W.A.
1969ApJ...157.1215M 1 3 33 Abundance in a halo planetary nebulae. MILLER J.S.
1969ApJ...157.1245S 46 154 Classification of emission line spectra of planetary nebulae. SMITH L.F. and ALLER L.H.
1969ApJ...157L..37W 18 43 Infrared emission from planetary nebulae. WOOLF N.J.
1969ApL.....3...87T 67 T                   1 4 17 NGC 7027 and
IC 418 at 9.5 mm.
TERZIAN Y.
1969ApL.....4..195T 8 19 H 109 alpha line observations of 6 planetary nebulae DR 21 and IC 410. TERZIAN Y. and BALICK B.
1969CoLic..17..271C 30 0 Some problems concerning the collision excitation of forbidden lines in planetary nebulae. CZYZAK S.J., WALKER M.F. and ALLER L.H.
1969JRASC..63..200H 32 5 Optical position. HIGGS L.A.
1969MNRAS.143..113W 47 29 The early evolution of the nuclei of planetary nebulae. WEBSTER B.L.
1969MNRAS.145...75V 2 11 Radiative excitation in planetary nebulae. VAN BLERKOM D.
1969MNRAS.146..171F 2 5 64 The ionization structure of planetary nebulae. -VII. The heavy elements. FLOWER D.R.
1969MNRAS.146..243F 72 T                   1 2 68 Ionization structure of planetary nebulae. VIII. Models of the NGC 7662 and
IC 418.
FLOWER D.R.
1969MSRSL..17..251F 5 3 Forbidden line radiation from gaseous nebulae. FLOWER D.R. and SEATON M.J.
1969MSRSL..17..275A 67 T                   1 4 2 Raies interdites dans le spectre ir de NGC 1976,
IC 418, IC 4997.
ANDRILLAT Y. and HOUZIAUX L.
1969MSRSL..17..299K 6 1 Some physical characteristics of very young planetary nebulae and of their nuclei. KOHOUTEK L.
1969Natur.224..752F 4 7 Infrared., microwave astronomie. FELDMAN P.A., REES M.J. and WERNER M.W.
1969Obs....89...46O 2 ~ Proceeding at meeting of the Royal Astronomical Society. OSTERBROCK D.E.
1969PASAu...1..216L 68 T                   1 1 8 The electron temperature of
IC 418.
LE MARNE A.E. and SHAVER P.A.
1969PASP...81..154K 50 10 Thermal emission by grains and the free-free emission from planetary nebulae. KRISHNA SWAMY K.S.
1969S&T....38...82A 19 1 The planetary nebulae. IV. ALLER H.L.
1969S&T....38..152A 6 0 The planetary nebulae. V. ALLER H.L.
1969S&T....38..306A 15 0 The planetary nebulae. VII. ALLER H.L.
1969S&T....38..377A 13 2 The planetary nebulae. VIII. ALLER H.L.
1969XXFA.........0. 6 ~ ???
1968AJ.....73..223L 6 ~ Level population of hydrogen gaseous nebulae. LEE P.
1968ATsir.456....3K 16 0 Investigation of planetary nebulae spectra in near U.V. KOSTYAKOVA E.B.
1968AnAp...31..199V 20 8 Determination des masses des nebuleuses planetaires par leur flux radio. VAUCLAIR G.
1968ApJ...151..497R 2 7 89 The helium triplet spectrum in expanded nebulae. I. The capture-cascade intensities. ROBBINS R.R.
1968ApJ...151..511R 1 11 129 The helium triplet spectrum in expanding nebuale. II. Self absorption. ROBBINS R.R.
1968ApJ...151L..35R 7 10 A suggested depopulation mechanism for the Helium 2 3 S state in planetary nebulae. ROBBINS R.R.
1968ApJ...153...49W 1 10 113 Observations spatial and kinematic models of planetary nebulae. WEEDMAN D.W.
1968ApJ...154...87V 12 23 The He I lambda 10830 line in planetary nebulae and the Orion nebula. VAUGHAN A.H.
1968ApL.....1...25T 2 ~ Optical depths and electronic temperature of 2 planetary nebulae derivation from radio frequence spectra. THOMPSON A.R.
1968ApL.....1..225L 6 8 Electronic temperature of gaseous nebulae from continuum to line ratios. LEE P.D.
1968ApL.....1..227K 11 15 Electron temperatures of gaseous nebulae from Balmer decrements. KALER J.B.
1968ApL.....2..201T 8 8 Electronic temperature in outher regions of planetary nebulae. THOMPSON A.R.
1968ApL.....2..205F 68 T                   1 2 19 Computer models of NGC 7662 and
IC 418.
FLOWER D.R.
1968CoPer..94..185C 9 0 Ly alpha radiation densities in planetary nebulae. CAPRIOTTI E.R.
1968IAUS...34...63A 9 2 Observations des nebuleuses planetaires dans l'infrarouge. ANDRILLAT Y.
1968IAUS...34...68A 67 T                   1 11 12 Spectres de NGC 1976,6572,
IC 418,4997 dans le proche infrarouge photographique.
ANDRILLAT Y. and HOUZIAUX L.
1968IAUS...34...74V 6 0 The He lambda 10830 line in planetary nebulae and the Orion nebula. VAUGHAN A.H.
1968IAUS...34...87T 66 32 Observations of planetary nebulae at radio wave-lengths. TERZIAN Y.
1968IAUS...34..104B 14 0 Radio emission from fourteen planetary nebulae at 408 MHz. BARBIERI C. and FICARRA A.
1968IAUS...34..106D 11 5 Radio observations of planetary nebulae. DAVIES J.G.
1968IAUS...34..112T 68 5 Radio measurements of planetary nebulae. THOMPSON A.R.
1968IAUS...34..155A 61 2 The determination of electron density electron temperature and central star temperature for a series of planetary nebulae. ARHIPOVA V.P. and KOSTJAKOVA E.B.
1968IAUS...34..159A 26 1 On the methods of correction for the interstellar reddening of planetary nebulae. ARHIPOVA V.P.
1968IAUS...34..185C 9 0 Ly-alpha radiation density in planetary nebulae. CAPRIOTTI E.R.
1968IAUS...34..267O 5 3 Emission-line profiles in planetary nebulae. OSTERBROCK D.E.
1968IAUS...34..297B 29 18 The atmosphere, spectra of central stars. BOHM K.H.
1968IAUS...34..317K 23 19 UBV photometry of the bright nuclei of the planetary nebulae. KOSTJAKOVA E.B., SAVEL'EVA M.V., DOKUCHAEVA O.D., et al.
1968IAUS...34..320L 19 20 Photometric observations of the central stars of planetary nebulae. LILLER W. and SHAO C.H.
1968IAUS...34..339A 65 53 Spectra of the central stars of planetary nebulae. ALLER L.H.
1968IAUS...34..450G 10 0 Kinematics., dynamics. GURZADIAN G.A.
1968IRA........109G 2 0 Emission line objects. GOULD R.J.
1968MmSAI..39..217B 13 6 Radio emission from planetary nebulae at 408 MHz. BARBIERI C. and FICARRA A.
1968PASP...80..314W 7 25 Electron densities in planetary nebulae from S II. WEEDMAN D.W.
1968PASP...80..689C 18 9 An investigation of the excitation conditions of (OI) and (NII) in planetary nebulae. CAMPBELL W.A.
1968SoByu..39...35K 10 1 Spectrophotometric investigation of nuclei of planetary nebulae. KAZARIAN M.A.
1968XXES.........0. 3 ~ ???
1967AJ.....72..305K 9 3 Central star temperatures of planetary nebulae by Stoy's method. KALER J.B.
1967ApJ...148..295S 5 9 Infrared continuum from H II region. STEIN W.A.
1967ApJ...148..429T 36 36 Measurements of the flux densities positions and angular widths of planetary nebulae at 10 and 21cm wavelengths. THOMPSON A.R., COLVIN R.S. and STANLEY G.J.
1967ApJ...149..377H 12 15 Flux densities of planetary nebulae at 5 GHz. HUGUES M.P.
1967ApJ...149..495D 9 49 Infrared emission from planetary nebulae. DELMER T.N., GOULD R.J. and RAMSAY W.
1967ApJ...149..721S 8 5 Measurements of electron temperature of eight planetary nebulae. SCHMITTER E.F. and MILLIS R.L.
1967ApJ...150...79C 9 21 Lyman-alpha radiation densities in planetary nebulae. CAPRIOTTI E.R.
1967ApJ...150...95C 9 14 Depopulation rate of the 2 3 S states of He in planetary nebulae. CAPRIOTTI E.R.
1967ApJ...150..715K 6 1 Radio recombination lines and anomalous Balmer line intensities. KALER J.B. and LEE P.D.
1967ApL.....1...25T 1 2 12 Optical electronic temperature of planetary nebulae derived from radio frequence spectra. THOMPSON A.R.
1967IzKry..37..182K 4 0 Analysis of spectra of high galactic latitude O stars. KUMAIGORODSKAYA R.N.
1967MNRAS.135..139D 92 25 Observations of planetary nebule at 3 microwave frequencies. DAVIES J.G., FERRIDAY R.J., HASLAM C.G.T., et al.
1967MNRAS.137..175K 1 1 Stratification luminescence in planetary nebulae. KHROMOV G.S.
1966ApJ...143..603G 2 10 12.8 micron emission from planetary nebulae. GOULD R.J.
1966ApJ...143..722K 28 46 Hydrogen and Helium spectra of gaseous nebulae. KALER J.B.
1966MNRAS.132...15H 52 176 The ionization structure of planetary nebulae IV & V. HARMAN R.J. and SEATON M.J.
1966Obs....86..148L 15 6 Observations of planetary nebulae at 408 MHz. LE MARNE A.E.
1966SvA.....9..564V 146 3 Absolute emission line intensities of planetary nebulae. II. VORONTSOV-VEL'YAMINOV B.A., KOSTYAKOVA E.B., DOKUCHAEVA O.D., et al.
1965AJ.....70..680K 9 3 Flux densities measurements at 1415 and 750 Mc/sec. KAFTAN-KASSIM M.A.
1965AZh....42..730V 37 16 Absolute emission-lines intensities. VORONTSOV-VELJAMINOV B.A., KOSTJAKOWA E.B., DOKUCHAJEVA O.D., et al.
1965AZh....42..918C 15 ~ The Radio emission of planetary nebulae. CHROMOV G.S.
1965AZh....42.1120C 14 ~ Observations of radio emission of planetary nebulae at 32.5 cm. CHROMOV G.S., INDISOW O.S., MATWEJENKO L.I., et al.
1965ApJ...141..745M