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2020ApJ...889...13B 50           X         1 47 ~ Models of the mass-ejection histories of pre-planetary nebulae. IV. Magnetized winds and the origins of jets, bullets, and FLIERs. BALICK B., FRANK A. and LIU B.
2020ApJ...890...50G 20       D               1 62 ~ Space velocity and time span of jets in planetary nebulae. GUERRERO M.A., RECHY-GARCIA J.S. and ORTIZ R.
2020MNRAS.492.1957R 600     A D S   X C       11 25 ~ Kinematical investigation of possible fast collimated outflows in twelve planetary nebulae. RECHY-GARCIA J.S., GUERRERO M.A., DUARTE PUERTAS S., et al.
2018A&A...609A.126S 287       D     X C       6 27 1 Expansion patterns and parallaxes for planetary nebulae. SCHONBERNER D., BALICK B. and JACOB R.
2018A&A...616L...2K viz 18       D               1 384 2 Planetary nebula distances in Gaia DR2. KIMESWENGER S. and BARRIA D.
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.
2017ApJ...837L..10B 104       D     X         3 83 12 Planetary nebulae that cannot be explained by binary systems. BEAR E. and SOKER N.
2017MNRAS.469.1036J 192       D     X         5 44 6 The impact of atomic data selection on nebular abundance determinations. JUAN DE DIOS L. and RODRIGUEZ M.
2017MNRAS.469.3296A 45           X         1 4 6 Shaping planetary nebulae with jets in inclined triple stellar systems. AKASHI M. and SOKER N.
2017MNRAS.471.4648V 148       D     X         4 148 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.
2016ApJ...817...68Z 17       D               1 93 7 On the nonthermal κ-distributed electrons in planetary nebulae and H II regions: the κ index and its correlations with other nebular properties. ZHANG Y., ZHANG B. and LIU X.-W.
2016MNRAS.455.1459F 17       D               1 284 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.455.1584S 383           X C F     7 29 15 Planetary nebula progenitors that swallow binary systems. SOKER N.
2016MNRAS.461..542G 230       D     X C       5 17 11 Galactic planetary nebulae with precise nebular abundances as a tool to understand the evolution of asymptotic giant branch stars. GARCIA-HERNANDEZ D.A., VENTURA P., DELGADO-INGLADA G., et al.
2015ApJS..218...25S viz 17       D               1 123 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 1505 T K A D     X C F     34 4 2 Echelle spectroscopy and photoionization modelling of the entire planetary nebula
NGC 6210.
BOHIGAS J., ESCALANTE V., RODRIGUEZ M., et al.
2015MNRAS.448.3132D 59       D     X         2 70 27 The binary fraction of planetary nebula central stars - II. A larger sample and improved technique for the infrared excess search. DOUCHIN D., DE MARCO O., FREW D.J., et al.
2015MNRAS.449.1797D 18       D               4 32 38 Oxygen enrichment in carbon-rich planetary nebulae. DELGADO-INGLADA G., RODRIGUEZ M., PEIMBERT M., et al.
2015MNRAS.449.2980S 42           X         1 74 9 On the distances of planetary nebulae. SMITH H.
2015MNRAS.453.1281B 268       D     X C       6 16 1 Balmer ratios, the abundance discrepancy factor and a two temperature component nebula. BOHIGAS J.
2014ApJ...784..173D 387       D     X         10 60 32 C/O abundance ratios, iron depletions, and infrared dust features in galactic planetary nebulae. DELGADO-INGLADA G. and RODRIGUEZ M.
2014MNRAS.440..696A viz 82           X         2 233 14 A search for HI absorption in nearby radio galaxies using HIPASS. ALLISON J.R., SADLER E.M. and MEEKIN A.M.
2013A&A...553A.126G viz 341       D     X   F     8 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...557A.121G 341       D     X C       8 110 15 Unveiling shocks in planetary nebulae. GUERRERO M.A., TOALA J.A., MEDINA J.J., et al.
2013ApJ...765...78A 16       D               1 61 24 Local luminous infrared galaxies. III. Co-evolution of black hole growth and star formation activity? ALONSO-HERRERO A., PEREIRA-SANTAELLA M., RIEKE G.H., et al.
2013MNRAS.428.3443M viz 16       D               3 139 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.429.2791F 42           X         1 14 21 Very deep spectroscopy of the bright Saturn nebula NGC 7009 - II. Analysis of the rich optical recombination spectrum. FANG X. and LIU X.-W.
2013MNRAS.436..718Y viz 447           X C F     9 32 5 Hunting for extremely faint planetary nebulae in the SDSS spectroscopic database. YUAN H.B. and LIU X.W.
2012ApJ...749...61H 16       D               1 38 32 The curious conundrum regarding sulfur abundances in planetary nebulae. HENRY R.B.C., SPECK A., KARAKAS A.I., et al.
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.
2011ApJ...729...39O 56       D     X         2 21 26 Dust and chemical abundances of the Sagittarius dwarf galaxy planetary nebula Hen2-436. OTSUKA M., MEIXNER M., RIEBEL D., et al.
2011ApJ...733L..50R 214       D     X C       5 14 15 The oxygen abundance in the solar neighborhood. RODRIGUEZ M. and DELGADO-INGLADA G.
2011MNRAS.417.2440H 969       D S   X C F     22 21 35 The winds of hydrogen-rich central stars of planetary nebulae. HERALD J.E. and BIANCHI L.
2011RMxAA..47...83P 95       D       C       3 842 15 Mid- and far-infrared photometry of galactic planetary nebulae with the AKARI All-Sky Survey. PHILLIPS J.P. and MARQUEZ-LUGO R.A.
2011RMxAC..40..179R 40           X         1 12 0 An overabundance of oxygen in planetary nebulae of the solar neighborhood. RODRIGUEZ M. and DELGADO-INGLADA G.
2010A&A...517A..95P 212       D     X         6 36 30 Planetary nebulae abundances and stellar evolution. II. POTTASCH S.R. and BERNARD-SALAS J.
2010ApJ...724..748H viz 16       D               1 146 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.
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...499..249P 1233 T K A S O X C       29 4 8 Abundances in the planetary nebula NGC6210. POTTASCH S.R., BERNARD-SALAS J. and ROELLIG T.L.
2009A&A...502..189P 39           X         1 5 4 Abundances in planetary nebulae: NGC 2792. POTTASCH S.R., SURENDIRANATH R., BERNARD-SALAS J., et al.
2009ApJ...694.1335D 718       D     X C       18 47 24 The iron abundance in galactic planetary nebulae. DELGADO-INGLADA G., RODRIGUEZ M., MAMPASO A., et al.
2009AstL...35..518M viz 118 13 He, C, N, and O abundances in an ensemble of galactic planetary nebulae. MILANOVA Y.V. and KHOLTYGIN A.F.
2008A&A...479..155K viz 54       D     X         2 283 9 Galactic planetary nebulae and their central stars. II. Proper motions. KERBER F., MIGNANI R.P., SMART R.L., et al.
2008A&A...480..133L 39         O X         1 51 32 A search for diffuse bands in the circumstellar envelopes of post-AGB stars. LUNA R., COX N.L.J., SATORRE M.A., et al.
2008A&A...482..529U 15       D               1 64 8 Millimeter observations of planetary nebulae. A contribution to the Planck pre-launch catalogue. UMANA G., LETO P., TRIGILIO C., et al.
2008ApJ...676..408S 170       D     X C       4 23 6 A survey of 3.3 µm PAH emission in planetary nebulae. SMITH E.C.D. and McLEAN I.S.
2008ApJ...683..272G 40           X         1 13 29 Multiple and precessing collimated outflows in the planetary nebula IC 4634. GUERRERO M.A., MIRANDA L.F., RIERA A., et al.
2008ApJ...689..194S viz 15       D               1 560 74 The Magellanic cloud calibration of the Galactic planetary nebula distance scale. STANGHELLINI L., SHAW R.A. and VILLAVER E.
2008ApJS..174..158S 93       D       C       5 123 58 The abundances of light neutron-capture elements in planetary nebulae. II. s-process enrichments and interpretation. STERLING N.C. and DINERSTEIN H.L.
2007A&A...464.1177M 4 4 34 The digitized first Byurakan survey - DFBS. MICKAELIAN A.M., NESCI R., ROSSI C., et al.
2007A&A...475..217Q viz 15       D               477 19 Bayesian posterior classification of planetary nebulae according to the Peimbert types. QUIREZA C., ROCHA-PINTO H.J. and MACIEL W.J.
2007ApJ...667...11O 13 10 Determination of the far-infrared cosmic background using COBE DIRBE and WHAM data. ODEGARD N., ARENDT R.G., DWEK E., et al.
2006A&A...451..937S 37 10 The structure of planetary nebulae: theory vs. practice. SABBADIN F., TURATTO M., RAGAZZONI R., et al.
2006AJ....131.1515L 20 13 A spectrophotometric survey of K-band emission lines in planetary nebulae. LIKKEL L., DINERSTEIN H.L., LESTER D.F., et al.
2006ApJ...651..898S 80 59 Planetary nebula abundances and morphology: probing the chemical evolution of the Milky Way. STANGHELLINI L., GUERRERO M.A., CUNHA K., et al.
2005A&A...441.1043F 12 12 The Galactic plane region near l=93°. III. Multi-wavelength emission from SNR 3C 434.1. FOSTER T.
2005AJ....129..927R viz 59 18 Unresolved H-alpha enhancements at high galactic latitude in the WHAM sky survey maps. REYNOLDS R.J., CHAUDHARY V., MADSEN G.J., et al.
2005ApJ...626..900R 1         O           14 48 The [Fe IV] discrepancy: constraining the iron abundances in nebulae. RODRIGUEZ M. and RUBIN R.H.
2005ApJS..157..371R viz 27 19 Recombination line versus forbidden line abundances in planetary nebulae. ROBERTSON-TESSI M. and GARNETT D.R.
2005MNRAS.358..457Z 50 30 Helium recombination spectra as temperature diagnostics for planetary nebulae. ZHANG Y., LIU X.-W., LIU Y., et al.
2005MNRAS.361..283P 37 11 The mean properties of planetary nebulae as a function of Peimbert class. PHILLIPS J.P.
2005MNRAS.362..847P 60 15 The distances of less-evolved planetary nebulae: a further test of statistical distance scales. PHILLIPS J.P.
2005MNRAS.362.1199C 44 22 Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon emission bands in selected planetary nebulae: a study of the behaviour with gas phase C/O ratio. COHEN M. and BARLOW M.J.
2005NewA...10..237Z 65 3 Some implications of the introduction of scattered starlight in the spectrum of reddened stars. ZAGURY F.
2005RMxAC..23..130D 8 0 C [III] imagery of planetary nebulae and H II regions. DUFOUR R.J., HENRY R.B.C., KWITTER K.B., et al.
2004A&A...416..623M 1 11 43 On expansion parallax distances for planetary nebulae. MELLEMA G.
2004A&A...427..873W 110 43 A reexamination of electron density diagnostics for ionized gaseous nebulae. WANG W., LIU X.-W., ZHANG Y., et al.
2004AJ....127.2284H 85 94 Sulfur, chlorine, and argon abundances in planetary nebulae. IV. Synthesis and the sulfur anomaly. HENRY R.B.C., KWITTER K.B. and BALICK B.
2004ApJ...602L..93D 2 13 73 Indications of a large fraction of spectroscopic binaries among nuclei of planetary nebulae. DE MARCO O., BOND H.E., HARMER D., et al.
2004ApJ...605..784R 45 19 12C/13C ratio in planetary nebulae from the IUE archives. RUBIN R.H., FERLAND G.J., CHOLLET E.E., et al.
2004MNRAS.349..793P viz 135 45 A reanalysis of chemical abundances in galactic PNe and comparison with theoretical predictions. PERINOTTO M., MORBIDELLI L. and SCATARZI A.
2004MNRAS.350.1366S 6 9 Wind accretion by a binary stellar system and disc formation. SOKER N.
2004MNRAS.351..935Z 52 41 Electron temperatures and densities of planetary nebulae determined from the nebular hydrogen recombination spectrum and temperature and density variations. ZHANG Y., LIU X.-W., WESSON R., et al.
2004MNRAS.353..589P viz 448 71 Planetary nebula distances re-examined: an improved statistical scale. PHILLIPS J.P.
2004MNRAS.353.1231L 1 25 51 Chemical abundances of planetary nebulae from optical recombination lines - I. Observations and plasma diagnostics. LIU Y., LIU X.-W., LUO S.-G., et al.
2004MNRAS.353.1251L 36 70 Chemical abundances of planetary nebulae from optical recombination lines - II. Abundances derived from collisionally excited lines and optical recombination lines. LIU Y., LIU X.-W., BARLOW M.J., et al.
2003A&A...400..161B 27 13 The 3-D ionization structure of NGC 6818: A Planetary Nebula threatened by recombination. BENETTI S., CAPPELLARO E., RAGAZZONI R., et al.
2003A&A...408.1029K viz 1324 48 Galactic Planetary Nebulae and their central stars. I. An accurate and homogeneous set of coordinates. KERBER F., MIGNANI R.P., GUGLIELMETTI F., et al.
2003MNRAS.340..417C 59 89 Ionized haloes in planetary nebulae: new discoveries, literature compilation and basic statistical properties. CORRADI R.L.M., SCHOENBERNER D., STEFFEN M., et al.
2003MNRAS.344..501P 376 44 The relation between Zanstra temperature and morphology in planetary nebulae. PHILLIPS J.P.
2002A&A...382..282C         O           47 23 Study of electron density in planetary nebulae. A comparison of different density indicators. COPETTI M.V.F. and WRITZL B.C.
2002A&A...384..987T 1 12 26 Mass-loss rates of H-rich central stars of planetary nebulae as distance indicators? TINKLER C.M. and LAMERS H.J.G.L.M.
2002A&A...387.1074M 128 5 Gas temperature and excitation classes in planetary nebulae. MARTINS L.P. and VIEGAS S.M.
2002ApJ...576..285S 203 40 The correlations between planetary nebula morphology and central star evolution: analysis of the northern galactic sample. STANGHELLINI L., VILLAVER E., MANCHADO A., et al.
2002MNRAS.329..700S viz 1288 23 Automated optical identification of a large complete northern hemisphere sample of flat-spectrum radio sources with S6cm>200mJy. SNELLEN I.A.G., McMAHON R.G., HOOK I.M., et al.
2002RMxAC..12..106R 12 1 Planetary nebulae results from the Infrared Space Observatory. RUBIN R.H., DUFOUR R.J., COLGAN S.W.J., et al.
2002RMxAC..12..163G 15 0 The nature of low-ionization microstructures in PNe. GONCALVES D.R., MAMPASO A. and CORRADI R.L.M.
2002RMxAC..13..119G 21 1 Enigmatic low-velocity jet-like features in planetary nebulae. GONCALVES D.R., CORRADI R.L.M. and MAMPASO A.
2001A&A...374..599B         O           80 39 The distance scale of planetary nebulae. BENSBY T. and LUNDSTROEM I.
2001A&A...378..843K viz 15       D               2202 66 Version 2000 of the Catalogue of Galactic Planetary Nebulae. KOHOUTEK L.
2001Ap&SS.277..393C 168 5 Gravity distances of planetary nebulae II. Aplication to a sample of galactic objects. CAZETTA J.O. and MACIEL W.J.
2001Ap&SS.277..545M 103 5 Helium contamination from the progenitor stars of planetary nebulae: the He/H radial gradient and the delta Y/ delta Z enrichment ratio. MACIEL W.J.
2001ApJ...547..302G 50 66 Low-ionization structures in planetary nebulae: confronting models with observations. GONCALVES D.R., CORRADI R.L.M. and MAMPASO A.
2001ApJ...557..256S 24 35 Departure from axisymmetry in planetary nebulae. SOKER N. and RAPPAPORT S.
2001MNRAS.320..424C 73 19 The Galactic disc distribution of planetary nebulae with warm dust emission features - I. CASASSUS S., ROCHE P.F., AITKEN D.K., et al.
2001PASP..113..227W 1 6 23 CorMASS: a compact and efficient near-infrared spectrograph for studying low-mass objects. WILSON J.C., SKRUTSKIE M.F., COLONNO M.R., et al.
2001RMxAC..10...38A 7 1 A bi-component spectral analysis of 4 planetary nebulae. ARMOUR M.H. and KINGSBURGH R.L.
2001RMxAC..10...42K 12 1 O2+ recombination abundances in planetary nebulae. KINGSBURGH R.L. and ARMOUR M.H.
2000A&A...361.1121M 43 16 On the abundance gradient of the galactic disk. MARTINS L.P. and VIEGAS S.M.
2000A&A...362..730C 10 6 Emission lines of OIII in the optical and ultraviolet spectra of planetary nebulae. CRAWFORD F.L., KEENAN F.P., AGGARWAL K.M., et al.
2000Ap&SS.274..205P 36 3 Gas dynamics in planetary nebulae: from macro-structures to fliers. PERINOTTO M.
2000Ap.....43..463K 27 2 Emission from an inhomogeneous plasma: line intensities and determination of elemental abundances in gaseous nebulae with fluctuations of Te and Ne. KHOLTYGIN A.F.
2000ApJ...531..928H 25 48 A new look at carbon abundances in planetary nebulae. IV. Implications for stellar nucleosynthesis. HENRY R.B.C., KWITTER K.B. and BATES J.A.
2000ApJS..129..295G 81 38 ROSAT observations of X-ray emission from planetary nebulae. GUERRERO M.A., CHU Y.-H. and GRUENDL R.A.
2000RMxAA..36....3C 102 16 Distances of galactic planetary nebulae based on a relationship between the central star mass and the N/O abundance. CAZETTA J.O. and MACIEL W.J.
1999A&A...345..629M viz 130 101 Abundance gradients in the outer galactic disk from planetary nebulae. MACIEL W.J. and QUIREZA C.
1999A&A...350..101N 261 131 Spectroscopic investigation of old planetaries. IV. Model atmosphere analysis. NAPIWOTZKI R.
1999A&A...352..297S viz 549 39 The dust content of planetary nebulae: a reappraisal. STASINSKA G. and SZCZERBA R.
1999AJ....117.1568H 62 35 The FIRST unbiased survey for radio stars. HELFAND D.J., SCHNEE S., BECKER R.H., et al.
1999AJ....118.2929P 11 10 The structure of NGC 2392. PHILLIPS J.P. and CUESTA L.
1999ApJS..123..219C viz 478 22 Infrared planetary nebulae in the NRAO VLA sky survey. CONDON J.J., KAPLAN D.L. and TERZIAN Y.
1999ApJS..124..195H viz 41 70 Investigating the near-infrared properties of planetary nebulae. II. Medium-resolution spectra. HORA J.L., LATTER W.B. and DEUTSCH L.K.
1998A&A...329..691K 69 24 Inhomogeneous planetary nebulae: carbon and oxygen abundances. KHOLTYGIN A.F.
1998A&A...329L...5P 1 5 19 A comparison of Hipparcos parallaxes with planetary nebulae spectroscopic distances. POTTASCH S.R. and ACKER A.
1998A&A...340..527P 315 20 Electron densities in planetary nebulae, and the unusual characteristics of the [SII] emission zone. PHILLIPS J.P.
1998A&AS..132...13D viz 870 59 The kinematics of 867 galactic planetary nebulae. DURAND S., ACKER A. and ZIJLSTRA A.
1998AJ....115.1989T viz 15       D               672 35 A new distance indicator to galactic planetary nebulae based upon IRAS fluxes. TAJITSU A. and TAMURA S.
1998ARep...42..293M 221 12 A self-consistent determination of distances, physical parameters, and chemical composition for a large sample of galactic planetary nebulae: chemical composition. MAL'KOV Y.F.
1998Ap&SS.255..513K 28 5 Investigation of the small-scale temperature and density fluctuations in planetary nebulae through the use of the ISO data. KHOLTYGIN A.F.
1998ApJ...493..247K 74 T                   7 40 A new look at carbon abundances in planetary nebulae. III. DDDM1, IC 3568, IC 4593,
NGC 6210, NGC 6720, NGC 6826, and NGC 7009.
KWITTER K.B. and HENRY R.B.C.
1998ApJ...495..328M 35 37 Temperature and density fluctuations in planetary nebulae. MATHIS J.S., TORRES-PEIMBERT S. and PEIMBERT M.
1998ApJ...496..833S 2 11 81 Binary progenitor models for bipolar planetary nebulae. SOKER N.
1998ApJ...499L..83D 7 14 Nonthermal radio emission from planetary nebulae. DGANI R. and SOKER N.
1998ApJS..117..361C viz 887 77 Planetary nebulae in the NRAO VLA sky survey. CONDON J.J. and KAPLAN D.L.
1998RMxAC...7..153C 13 1 Dynamical effects of winds and radiation on the structure of the planetary nebulae. CAPRIOTTI E.R.
1997A&A...318..256G viz 75 62 Planetary nebulae morphologies, central star masses and nebular properties. GORNY S.K., STASINSKA G. and TYLENDA R.
1997ARep...41..760M viz 167 22 A self-consistent determination of the distances, physical parameters, and chemical composition for a large sample of Galactic planetary nebulae: the distances and parameters of central stars and the optical depths of envelopes. MAL'KOV Y.F.
1997ApJ...479..332R 38   K                 3 25 Far-infrared spectroscopy of planetary nebulae with the Kuiper Airborne Observatory. RUBIN R.H., COLGAN S.W.J., HAAS M.R., et al.
1997ApJS..112..487S viz 455 147 Properties that cannot be explained by the progenitors of planetary nebulae. SOKER N.
1997ApJS..112..557K viz 11281 170 Classification and identification of IRAS sources with low-resolution spectra. KWOK S., VOLK K. and BIDELMAN W.P.
1997IAUS..180...29T 1 11 42 Expansion distances of planetary nebulae. TERZIAN Y.
1997IAUS..180..197L 37 29 Jets and BRETs in planetary nebulae. LOPEZ J.A.
1997IAUS..180..214C 22 6 X-ray emission from planetary nebulae. CONWAY G.M. and CHU Y.-H.
1996A&A...315..284H 115 100 The molecular envelopes of planetary nebulae. HUGGINS P.J., BACHILLER R., COX P., et al.
1996A&AS..116..395F 233 3 Classification of planetary nebulae by cluster analysis and artificial neural networks. FAUNDEZ-ABANS M., ORMENO M.I. and DE OLIVEIRA-ABANS M.
1996AJ....111..834B 12 15 Spectroscopic flickering in the WC8 nucleus of the planetary nebula NGC 40. BALICK B., RODGERS B., HAJIAN A., et al.
1996AJ....111.1227P 72 T                   12 11 NGC 6210 : an observational case study of a jet emitting source. PHILLIPS J.P. and CUESTA L.
1996ApJ...458..215H 22 31 A new look at carbon abundances in planetary nebulae. I. PB 6, Hu 2-1, K648, and H4-1. HENRY R.B.C., KWITTER K.B. and HOWARD J.W.
1996ApJ...459..606S viz 196 27 The distances of planetary nebulae and the Galactic bulge. SCHNEIDER S.E. and BUCKLEY D.
1996ApJ...462..777K 107 145 H2 Emission from planetary nebulae: signpost of bipolar structure. KASTNER J.H., WEINTRAUB D.A., GATELY IAN, et al.
1996ApJ...468..774S 16 45 Destruction of brown dwarfs and jet formation in planetary nebulae. SOKER N.
1996MNRAS.279.1137K 37 7 The Bowen fluorescence lines : overview and re-analysis of the observations. KASTNER S.O. and BHATIA A.K.
1996PASP..108..610M 106 17 [N II] and [O III] mean electron temperatures in planetary nebulae. McKENNA F.C., KEENAN F.P., KALER J.B., et al.
1995A&AS..110..353P 14 16 A search for wind variability in central stars of planetary nebulae. PATRIARCHI P. and PERINOTTO M.
1995A&AS..114..269D viz 14       D               1 20895 127 Vitesses radiales. Catalogue WEB: Wilson Evans Batten. Radial velocities: The Wilson-Evans-Batten catalogue. DUFLOT M., FIGON P. and MEYSSONNIER N.
1995AJ....109.2600H 74 T                   7 54 Planetary nebulae expansion distances. II. NGC 6572,
NGC 6210, NGC 3242, and NGC 2392.
HAJIAN A.R., TERZIAN Y. and BIGNELL C.
1995ApJ...441..726F 29 17 A volume-limited survey of high galactic latitude planetary nebulae with the Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer. FRUSCIONE A., DRAKE J.J., McDONALD K., et al.
1995ApJ...447..262D 21 34 A survey of planetary nebulae at Na D : evidence for neutral envelopes. DINERSTEIN H.L., SNEDEN C. and UGLUM J.
1995ApJS...98..659Z viz 644 172 A statistical distance scale for galactic planetary nebulae. ZHANG C.Y.
1995ApJS..100..159L 31 62 Investigating the near-infrared properties of planetary nebulae. I. Narrowband images. LATTER W.B., KELLY D.M., HORA J.L., et al.
1995GCTP..C......0V viz 14       D               1 7047 ~ The General Catalogue of Trigonometric Stellar Parallaxes, Fourth Edition. VAN ALTENA W.F., LEE J.T. and HOFFLEIT E.D.
1995RMxAA..31..131P 36 61 The effect of temperature fluctuations on the determination of the carbon abundance of planetary nebulae. PEIMBERT M., TORRES-PEIMBERT S. and LURIDIANA V.
1994A&A...282..199R 75 75 The carbon abundance problem in planetary nebulae. ROLA C. and STASINSKA G.
1994A&A...288..897T 147 16 Confrontation of theoretical tracks for post-AGB stars with observations of planetary nebulae. TYLENDA R. and STASINSKA G.
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1989Ap&SS.154...21A 348 16 Planetary nebulae in the galaxy. AMNUEL P.R., GUSEINOV O.H. and RUSTAMOV Y.S.
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1986RMxAA..12..240F 42 8 Galactic abundance gradients from planetary nebulae. FAUNDEZ-ABANS M. and MACIEL W.J.
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1984ApJ...280..170S 11 14 He I lambda 10830 line strengths in planetary nebulae. SCRIMGER J.N.
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1984PASP...96..349P 4 14 Spectrophotometry of emission nebulae in the lam-lam 5000-6000 spectral region. PRITCHET C.J. and GRILLMAIR C.J.
1983A&A...118..107C 13 11 The O III/O II problem in medium and high excitation planetary nebulae. CHE A. and KOEPPEN J.
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1983A&A...123...67K 4 4 The strength of the C IV 1550 A resonance lines in planetary nebulae. KOEPPEN J. and WEHRSE R.
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1983A&AS...54..315A 1436 15 Index and cross-identification of planetary nebulae. ACKER A., MARCOUT J., OCHSENBEIN F., et al.
1983ApJ...267..630B 10 2 85 The ionization structure of planetary nebulae. III. NGC 7009. BARKER T.
1983ApJ...268..683J 8 11 Distribution of forbidden neutral carbon emission in the ring nebula (NGC 6720). JEWITT D.C., KUPFERMAN P.N., DANIELSON G.E., et al.
1983ApJ...270..645S 12 31 Determinations of S III, O IV, and Ne V abundances in planetary nebulae from infrared lines. SHURE M.A., HERTER T., HOUCK J.R., et al.
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1983ApJ...272..137L 9 18 Near-infrared spectrophotometry of planetary nebulae. LE VAN P.D. and RUDY R.J.
1983ApJ...273..214F 14 36 The abundance of carbon in planetary nebulae. FRENCH H.B.
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1983MNRAS.204.1017R 8 14 8-13 micron spectral observations of eight moderately extended planetary nebulae. ROCHE P.F., AITKEN D.K. and WHITMORE B.
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1983MmSAI..54..511C 87 4 Planetary nebulae: IUE results. CERRUTI-SOLA M. and PERINOTTO M.
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1981ApJ...246..434F 11 49 The ionization structure and abundance of argon in gaseous nebulae. FRENCH H.B.
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1981CRJS..R03...70K 3 ~ N V and O V lines in the spectra of NGC 6210, 7009 and 3242. KOEPPEN J. and WHERSE R.
1981SBS80.R....517I 80 ~ Temperature determination of exciting stars in highly excited planetary nebulae and symbiotic stars. IIJIMA T.
1981SSRv...28..307V 42 6 A bibliography on galactic Wolf-Rayet literature 1867-1980. Appendix to the sixth catalogue of galactic Wolf-Rayet stars, their past and present. VAN DER HUCHT K.A., CONTI P.S., LUNDSTROM I., et al.
1980A&A....84..284N 10 43 The far ultraviolet emission of the central stars of planetary nebulae. NATTA A., POTTASCH S.R. and PREITE-MARTINEZ A.
1980A&A....85L..15K 4 7 High dispersion EUV observations of planetary nebulae. KOEPPEN J. and WEHRSE R.
1980A&A....88....1M 130 124 Distances of planetary nebulae. MACIEL W.J. and POTTASCH S.R.
1980A&A....89...33A 96 29 Relations between chemical, spatial and kinematic properties of planetary nebulae. ACKER A.
1980A&A....91..378N 10 0 The far ultraviolet emission of the central stars of planetary nebulae - erratum . NATTA A., POTTASCH S.R. and PREITE-MARTINEZ A.
1980ApJ...237..486D 12 51 Infrared line measurements and the abundance of sulfur in planetary nebulae. DINERSTEIN H.L.
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...241.1014Z 1 5 38 A search for atomic hydrogen from evolved stars and planetary nebulae. ZUCKERMAN B., TERZIAN Y. and SILVERGLATE P.
1980ApJ...242..596N 41 26 The problem of sulfur abundance determination in gaseous nebulae. NATTA A., PANAGIA N. and PREITE-MARTINEZ A.
1980IUE2n......191K 3 ~ High dispersion EUV observations of planetary nebulae. KOEPPEN J. and WEHRSE R.
1980IUE80......657H 2 ~ Discovery of the molecular hydrogen ION (H2+) in the planetary nebulae. HEAP S.R. and STECHER T.P.
1980PhDT.........3D 116 17 A photometric investigation of possible binary occurrence in the central stars of seventeen planetary nebulae. DRUMMOND J.D.
1980RMxAA...5....9P 40 86 On the helium and nitrogen enrichment of the interstellar medium by planetary nebulae. PEIMBERT M. and SERRANO A.
1979A&AS...36..169M 145 23 2,7 GHz radio frequency measurements of planetary nebulae. MILNE D.K. and WEBSTER B.L.
1979A&AS...37....1T 1 17 95 A survey of OH near the galactic plane. TURNER B.E.
1979AJ.....84..345S 72 21 A survey of infrared stars and planetary nebulae for circumstellar OH emission. SILVERGLATE P., ZUCKERMAN B., TERZIAN Y., et al.
1979Afz....15..269K 176 8 Distances and galactic distribution of planetary nebulae. KHROMOV G.S.
1979ApJ...228..163K 98 65 The enrichment of nitrogen and He in planetary nebulae. KALER J.B.
1979ApJ...229..587G 12 26 The 10 micron properties of planetary nebulae. GRASDALEN G.L.
1979ApJ...230..434D 44 54 OH emission from early-type emission-line stars with large infrared excesses. DAVIS L.E., SEAQUIST E.R. and PURTON C.R.
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.
1979MNRAS.189..701L 14 7 Observations of the central stars of planetary nebulae with the sky-survey telescope of the TD-1 satellite. LUTZ J.H. and CARNOCHAN D.J.
1979SvA....23..297N 9 1 Physical parameters of nine planetary nebulae. NOSKOVA R.I.
1979SvA....23..425P 168 12 Evolution of planetary nebulae : the temperature of their central stars. PILYUGIN L.S. and KHROMOV G.S.
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..279A 5 7 Spectroscopic observations of stars and planetary nebulae with a multichannel analogue detector system. ADRIANZYK G., BAIETTO J.C., BERGER J.P., et al.
1978A&A....68L...7H 4 10 Neutral carbon emission in M 42. HIPPELEIN H. and MUNCH G.
1978A&A....70..629P 19 25 Ultraviolet observations of planetary nebulae. POTTASCH S.R., WESSELIUS P.R. and VAN DUINEN R.J.
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.
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...221..145B 20 30 Spectrophotometry of planetary nebulae. III. Sulfur abundances. BARKER T.
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...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..122N 8 0 The detailed spectrophotometry of 8 planetary nebulae in the spectral region lambda lambda 6,000-11,000. NOSKOVA R.I.
1978IAUS...76..124M 11 3 Observations of cool dust in planetary nebulae. MOSELEY H. and HARPER D.A.
1978IAUS...76..171H 24 9 Atmospheres of central stars. HUMMER D.G.
1978IAUS...76..281M 6 11 Dust in planetary nebulae. MATHIS J.S.
1978SvAL....4..276N 8 0 Parameters of eight planetary nebula nuclei. NOSKOVA R.I.
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....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.
1977ATsir.947....3N 9 0 The observations of 9 planetary nebulae in the spectral region 6000-7000A. NOSKOVA R.I.
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...215..864H 7 31 Spectroscopic studies of very old hot stars. III- Atmospheric properties of seven planetary nuclei. HEAP S.R.
1976AJ.....81..407C 171 70 Interstellar extinction: a calibration by planetary nebulae. CAHN J.H.
1976AZh....53..300N 68 T                   1 3 1 Absolute spectrophotometry of the planetary nebulae IC 2149, 4593,
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NOSKOVA R.I.
1976AZh....53..534K 39 0 Evolution of planetary nebulae and their nuclei-analytical review of spectrophotometric observational data. KHROMOV G.S.
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.
1976AZh....53.1202K 10 3 Outer layers and dynamics of planetary nebulae. KHROMOV G.S.
1976AZh....53.1210N 9 3 Detailed spectrophotometry of the planetary nebulae NGC 6572, 6891 and 7662 in the near infrared. NOSKOVA R.I.
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..658G 1 11 92 The excitation of permitted lines in gaseous nebulae. GRANDI S.A.
1976ApJ...210..508C 107 61 The birthrate of planetary nebulae. CAHN J.H. and WYATT S.P.
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.
1976MNRAS.176..409H 1 4 20 The structure and internal extinction of NGC 7027. HICKS T.R., PHILLIPS J.P. and REAY N.K.
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.
1976PASP...88..574A 29 49 Planetary nebulae, survey and outlook. ALLER L.H.
1976POStr...4....1A 40 51 Cinematique, age et binarite des noyaux de nebuleuses planetaires. ACKER A.
1976S&T....51..363H 43 0 Deep-sky wonders. HOUSTON W.S.
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 68 T                   1 5 4 The infrared continuum of the compact planetary nebula
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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....40..415A 40 15 Etude cinematique de nebuleuses planetaires australes. ACKER A.
1975A&A....41...99A 17 8 Spectres de quelques nebuleuses planetaires entre 8000 et 11000 A. ANDRILLAT Y., BARANNE A. and HOUZIAUX L.
1975ApJ...200...83D 36 ~ Oxygen abundances in planetary nebulae. DAUB C.T.
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.
1975MNRAS.171..415C 68 T                   1 7 34 Monochromatic isophotometry of planetary nebulae. I. Hbeta observations of
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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..129C 68 ~ Interferometric survey of planetary nebulae. CAHN J.H. and RUBIN R.H.
1974AJ.....79.1384C 62 218 New proper motions, statistical parallaxes and kinematics of planetary nebulae. CUDWORTH K.M.
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..117R 6 7 Observations for broad-band circular polarization in white dwarfs and nuclei of planetary nebulae. RICH A. and WILLIAMS W.L.
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.
1974CRB...278..223A 5 ~ Photographies de quelques nebuleuses planetaires dans la region du proche infrarouge. ANDRILLAT Y. and DUCHESNE H.
1974CRB...279..227H 4 ~ Repartitions spectrales d'energie, temperatures electroniques des nebuleuses planetaires. HUA C.T.
1974PASP...86..888L 12 9 (OII)electron densities in twelve planetary nebulae. LUTZ J.H.
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.
1974XXFY.........0. 14 ~ ???
1973AJ.....78..239M 153 38 Improved optical positions for 153 planetary nebulae. MILNE D.K.
1973ApJ...182..503P 35 25 Infrared photometry of planetary nebulae. PERSSON S.E. and FROGEL J.A.
1973ApJ...182..509A 1 5 36 Spectrophotometric studies of gaseous nebulae. XXII. The irregular ring nebulae NGC 6445. ALLER L.H., CZYZAK S.J., CRAINE E., et al.
1973ApJ...185..573B 6 1 Observation of He I 5016 and derived optical depths in six planetary nebulae. BERNAT A.P.
1973IAUS...52..237C 50 4 Galactic dust distribution in the solar neighborhood. CAHN J.M. and NOSEK R.D.
1973MNRAS.164..321S 32 9 Planetary nebulae: two types. SMITH H.
1973MSRSL...5...33K 21 1 The optical spectrum of planetary nebulae. KALER J.B.
1973MSRSL...5...63D 32 0 Resultats spectroscopiques preliminaires sur les nebuleuses australes. DOSSIN F. and VREUX J.M.
1973MSRSL...5...71N 9 0 Study of the planetary nebula spectra in near infrared. NOSKOVA R.J.
1973MSRSL...5...73K 16 0 Study of the planetary nebulae in near U.V. KOSTJAKOVA E.B.
1973MSRSL...5..109T 11 1 Radio-line spectra of planetary nebulae. TERZIAN Y.
1973MSRSL...5..213H 13 3 Linear optical polarization of planetary nebulae. HAMILTON N. and LILLER W.
1973MSRSL...5..243K 19 2 Relative (OII) and (AIV) density indication of nebula structure. KIRKPATRICK R.C.
1973MSRSL...5..263R 14 28 Optical depth effects in the He singlet spectrum of nebulae. ROBBINS R.R. and BERNAT A.P.
1973SSTor...5b...1I 379 ~ Statistical population indices of planetary nebulae. IWANOWSKA W.
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..279C 10 5 Observational evidence of collisional excitation in two diffuse nebulae. CROMWELL R.H. and LYNDS B.T.
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...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...176..381K 1 6 58 A consistent model of planetary nebulae NGC 7662. KIRKPATRICK R.C.
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.
1971A&A....10..161G 166 106 The morphological classification of symmetrical nebulae. GREIG W.E.
1971AJ.....76..193S 35 25 On the distances of planetary nebulae. SMITH H.
1971ATsir.623....5K 16 0 The absolute energy distribution in the Balmer continuum spectral regions of 16 planetary nebulae. KOSTYAKOWA E.B.
1971ATsir.647....7N 7 0 Absolute intensity of planetary nebulae Continua 9000, spectral region. NOSKOVA R.I.
1971Ap&SS..11..309H 142 1 A review of radio observation of planetary nebulae. HECKATHORN J.
1971ApJ...164L..29H 7 19 Infrared line emission from planetary nebulae. HOLZ J.Z., GEBALLE T.R. and RANK D.M.
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..471T 3 ~ Radio recombination lines from planetary nebulae. TERZIAN Y.
1971IzPul.187....4D 139 2 Statistical investigation of the motions, distribution of planetary nebulae. DEUTSCH A.N.
1971JRASC..65..251F 68 T                   1 6 6 Monochromatic photograph and isotopic contours of planetary nebula 3 : NGC 2392,
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FEIBELMAN W.A.
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.
1971SvA....14..794K 15 0 Investigation of planetary nebulae in the near ultraviolet region of the spectrum. KOSTYAKOVA E.B.
1970AZh....47..989K 18 1 The investigation of planetary nebulae in the near of ultraviolet region. KOSTJAKOVA E.B.
1970ApJ...160..887K 213 112 Chemical abundances and the parameters of planetary nebulae. KALER J.B.
1970ApJ...161L.185R 4 12 Detection of 10.5 micron line emission from NGC 7027. RANK D.M., HOLTZ J.Z., GEBALLE T.R., et al.
1970ApJ...162..783A 70 T                   1 1 18 Spectrophotometric studies of gaseous nebulae. XVIII. The bright, intermediate-excitation planetary
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ALLER L.H., CZYZAK S.J. and BUERGER E.G.
1970ApL.....5..197T 12 6 Search for interst. No at radio frequencies. TURNER B.E., HEILES C.F. and SCHARLEMANN R.
1970BAAS....2..197H 6 ~ Spectra of O- and Of-type central stars of planetary nebulae. HEAP S.R.
1970JRASC..64..305F 10 7 Monochromatic photographic isotopic contours of planetary nebulae. I. FEIBELMAN W.A.
1970LAstr..84..141A 15 0 Planetary nebulae. ARKHIPOVA V.P.
1970MNRAS.147..245F 6 8 Infra-red line spectra of planetary nebulae. FLOWER D.R.
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........80G 50 0 Temperatures of nuclei, electron temperatures, electron concentrations. GURZADIAN G.A.
1970PN70.......238G 42 0 Magnetic fields in planetary nebulae. GURZADIAN G.A.
1970PN70.......282G 16 0 The origin of planetary nebulae. GURZADIAN G.A.
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.
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.
1969ATsir.498....7P 2 0 The photoelectric integral photometry of surface objects. PALEY A.B.
1969ATsir.499....1N 67 T                   1 4 0 Absolute spectrophotometrie of NGC 40,
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NOSKOVA R.I.
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..859C 3 3 71 Effects of self-absorption and internal dust on hydrogen-line intensities in gaseous nebulae. COX D.P. and MATHEWS W.G.
1969ApJ...157.1245S 46 154 Classification of emission line spectra of planetary nebulae. SMITH L.F. and ALLER L.H.
1969ApL.....4..195T 8 19 H 109 alpha line observations of 6 planetary nebulae DR 21 and IC 410. TERZIAN Y. and BALICK B.
1969PASP...81..154K 50 10 Thermal emission by grains and the free-free emission from planetary nebulae. KRISHNA SWAMY K.S.
1969S&T....38..306A 15 0 The planetary nebulae. VII. ALLER H.L.
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...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.....2..201T 8 8 Electronic temperature in outher regions of planetary nebulae. THOMPSON A.R.
1968BAICz..19....1K 262 19 Morphological study of planetary nebulae. I. Observed forms of planetary nebulae. KROMOV G.S. and KOHOUTEK L.
1968IAUS...34...63A 9 2 Observations des nebuleuses planetaires dans l'infrarouge. ANDRILLAT Y.
1968IAUS...34...68A 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..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..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..339A 65 53 Spectra of the central stars of planetary nebulae. ALLER L.H.
1968MmSAI..39..217B 13 6 Radio emission from planetary nebulae at 408 MHz. BARBIERI C. and FICARRA A.
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.
1968ZA.....68..366D 12 2 Absolute proper motions and space velocities of planetary nebulae. DE VEGT C.
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...148..927K 9 9 Electron temperatures of ionization nebulae derived from H-beta and radio flux densities. KOCH C.
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.
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.
1966ApJ...144..657T 34 29 Radio emissions from planetary nebulae. TERZIAN Y.
1966ApJ...145..697O 1 8 59 Emission lines profiles in planetary nebulae. OSTERBROCK D.E., MILLER J.S. and WEEDMAN D.W.
1966MNRAS.132...15H 52 176 The ionization structure of planetary nebulae IV & V. HARMAN R.J. and SEATON M.J.
1966SvA.....9..800N 10 0 Spectrophotometry of nuclei of planetary nebulae. NOSKOVA R.I.
1965AZh....42..464V 27 14 Redetermination of absolute emission line intensities of 25 planetary nebulae. VORONTSOV-VELJAMINOV B.A., KOSTJAKOWA E.B., DOKUCHAJEVA O.D., et al.
1965AZh....42..543C 15 ~ Neutral oxygen lines. CHROMOV G.S.
1965AZh....42..918C 15 ~ The Radio emission of planetary nebulae. CHROMOV G.S.
1965AZh....42.1038N 10 2 Spectrophotometry of nuclei of planetary nebulae. NOSKOWA R.I.
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 12 24 Radio Observations of Planetary Nebulae. MENON T.K. and TERZIAN Y.
1965AuJPh..18..187S 62 22 Preliminary radio survey of planetary nebulae south of declination 24 degrees. SLEE O.B. and ORCHISTON D.W.
1965BOTor..37..155I 103 0 The population assignement of planetary nebulae. IWANOSKA W. and KANTHAK J.
1965Natur.206..809D 23 6 Observations of planetary nebulae at 2700 MHz.. DAVIES J.G., FERRIDAY R.J., HASLAM C.G.T., et al.
1965XXEC.........0. 76 ~ ???
1965XXED.........0. 16 ~ ???
1963ApJ...138...62O 16 41 Balmer-line ratios in planetary nebulae. OSTERBROCK D.E., CAPRIOTTI E.R. and BAUTZ L.P.
1963JO.....46...27C 25 17 Contribution a l'etude des nebuleuses planetaires grace a la camera electronique. CHOPINET M.
1962ApJ...135..371O 129 219 A distance scale for planetary nebulae based on emission-line fluxes. O'DELL C.R.
1961ApJ...133..471C 45 82 Hbeta and (OIII) fluxes from planetary nebulae. II. COLLINS G.W., DAUB C.T. and O'DELL C.R.
1960ApJ...131..541O 19 51 Electron densities in planetary nebulae. OSTERBROCK D.E.
1960ApJ...132..677C 22 56 Hbeta and (OIII) fluxes from planetary nebulae. CAPRIOTTI E.R. and DAUB C.T.
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1949ApJ...109...42A 11 79 Multiplet intensities for the nebular lines 4S-2D of O II. ALLER L.H., UFFORD C.W. and VAN VLECK J.H.
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