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2009MNRAS.396.1915P - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 396, 1915-1928 (2009/July-2)

The mid-infrared colours of galactic bulge, disc and Magellanic planetary nebulae.

PHILLIPS J.P. and RAMOS-LARIOS G.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present mid-infrared (MIR) photometry for 367 Galactic disc, bulge and Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) planetary nebulae (PNe), determined using data acquired with the Spitzer Space Telescope, and through the Legacy Programs GLIMPSE II (Galactic Legacy Infrared Mid-plane Survey Extraordinaire II) and SAGE (Surveying the Agents of the Galaxy's Evolution). This has permitted us to make a comparison between the luminosity functions of bulge and LMC PNe, and between the MIR colours of all three categories of source. It is determined that whilst the 3.6 µm luminosity functions of the LMC and bulge sources are likely to be closely similar, the [3.6]-[5.8] and [5.8]-[8-0] indices of LMC nebulae are different from those of their disc and bulge counterparts. This may arise because of enhanced 6.2 µm polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon emission within the LMC sources, and/or as a result of further, and more radical differences between the spectra of LMC and Galactic PNe. We also determine that the more evolved disc sources listed in the Macquarie/AAO/Strasbourg (MASH) catalogues of Parker et al. and Miszalski et al. have similar colours to those of the less evolved (and higher surface brightness) sources in the catalogue of Acker et al., a result which appears at variance with previous studies of these sources.

Abstract Copyright: © 2009 The Authors. Journal compilation © 2009 RAS

Journal keyword(s): planetary nebulae: general - infrared: ISM

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/MNRAS/396/1915): table1.dat table2.dat table3.dat>

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