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1892AN....129..233K 83 0 Beobachtungen von Nebelflecken und Sternhaufen mit einem Lamellenmikrometer. KEMPF P.
1914AN....197...57R 20 3 The region of H I 79 Ursae Majoris. ROBERTS D.
1917ApJ....46..175P 16 0 Preliminary examination of the planetary nebulae for preferential motion. PERRINE C.D.
1918PLicO..13...55C 66 151 The planetary nebulae. CURTIS H.D.
1934LicOB..17...21A 32 6 The proper motions of thirty-three planetary nebulae. ANDERSON C.M.
1948ApJ...108..462A 13 20 The absorption-line spectra of the central stars of the planetary nebulae. ALLER L.H.
1950ApJ...111..279W 3 8 237 A survey of internal motions in the planetary nebulae. WILSON O.C.
1953GCRV..C......0W viz 13       D               1 15125 750 General Catalogue of Stellar Radial Velocities WILSON R.E.
1960ApJ...131..541O 19 51 Electron densities in planetary nebulae. OSTERBROCK D.E.
1961ApJ...133..471C 45 82 Hbeta and (OIII) fluxes from planetary nebulae. II. COLLINS G.W., DAUB C.T. and O'DELL C.R.
1962ApJ...135..371O 129 219 A distance scale for planetary nebulae based on emission-line fluxes. O'DELL C.R.
1963JO.....46...27C 25 17 Contribution a l'etude des nebuleuses planetaires grace a la camera electronique. CHOPINET M.
1965AJ.....70..680K 9 3 Flux densities measurements at 1415 and 750 Mc/sec. KAFTAN-KASSIM M.A.
1965ApJ...141..745M 12 24 Radio Observations of Planetary Nebulae. MENON T.K. and TERZIAN Y.
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....42.1038N 10 2 Spectrophotometry of nuclei of planetary nebulae. NOSKOVA 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.
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.
1966ApJ...143..173M 1 11 71 Model of planetary nebulae. MATHEWS W.G.
1966ApJ...143..327C 70 T                   1 1 18 Spectrophotometric studies of gaseous nebulae. VI. The non-thermal radio-frequency source planetary
NGC 3242.
CZYZAK S.J., ALLER L.H., KALER J.B., et al.
1966ApJ...143..722K 28 46 Hydrogen and Helium spectra of gaseous nebulae. KALER J.B.
1966ApJ...144..280L 14 53 Angular expansions of planetary nebulae. LILLER M.H., WELTER B.L. and LILLER W.
1966ApJ...145..658K 69 T                   1 1 13 The Planetary nebula
NGC 3242.
KAFTAN-KASSIM M.A.
1966ApJ...146..287D 67 T                   1 2 4 Faint nebulosity near
NGC 3242.
DEEMING T.J.
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.
1966RZh.....3..328B 8 0 Distribution d'energie dans les noyaux de nebuleuses planetaires. BOGORODSKIJ D.F. and TURTSCHANINOWA E.W.
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.
1966SvA.....9..800N 10 0 Spectrophotometry of nuclei of planetary nebulae. NOSKOVA R.I.
1967AJ.....72..305K 9 3 Central star temperatures of planetary nebulae by Stoy's method. KALER J.B.
1967AJ.....72..443T 5 12 Radio survey of region of NGC 6781. TERZIAN Y.
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..383K 17 4 Efficiency of Bown fluorescence mechanisms. KALER J.B.
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.
1968ApJ...151..187A 4 20 Spectrophotometric studies of gaseous nebulae. VIII. The irregular planetary nebula NGC 2440. ALLER L.H., CZYZAK S.J. and KALER J.B.
1968ApJ...151..991C 35 12 Effective temperatures of central stars of planetary nebulae. CAPRIOTTI E.R. and KOVACH W.S.
1968ApJ...153...49W 1 10 113 Observations spatial and kinematic models of planetary nebulae. WEEDMAN D.W.
1968PASP...80..689C 18 9 An investigation of the excitation conditions of (OI) and (NII) in planetary nebulae. CAMPBELL W.A.
1968AnAp...31..199V 20 8 Determination des masses des nebuleuses planetaires par leur flux radio. VAUCLAIR G.
1968ATsir.456....3K 16 0 Investigation of planetary nebulae spectra in near U.V. KOSTYAKOVA E.B.
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.
1968BAICz..19....1K 262 19 Morphological study of planetary nebulae. I. Observed forms of planetary nebulae. KROMOV G.S. and KOHOUTEK L.
1968SoByu..39...45K 4 1 Variability of 4 nuclei of planetary nebulae. KAZARIAN M.A.
1968IAUS...34...87T 66 32 Observations of planetary nebulae at radio wave-lengths. TERZIAN Y.
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..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..339A 65 53 Spectra of the central stars of planetary nebulae. ALLER L.H.
1969A&A.....3..156R 22 15 Observations of planetary nebulae at 11 and 6 cm wavelengths. RIBES J.C.
1969ApJ...155..469K 80 22 Survey of high-frequency radio radiation from planetary nebulae. KAFTAN-KASSIM M.A.
1969ApJ...157.1245S 46 154 Classification of emission line spectra of planetary nebulae. SMITH L.F. and ALLER L.H.
1969PASP...81..154K 50 10 Thermal emission by grains and the free-free emission from planetary nebulae. KRISHNA SWAMY K.S.
1969Afz.....5...83V 22 6 On the expansion of planetary nebulae. VITYAZEV V.V.
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.
1969PASAu...1..283A 17 6 A comparison of radio-frequency and optical studies of selected planetary nebulae. ALLER L.H.
1969S&T....38...82A 19 1 The planetary nebulae. IV. ALLER H.L.
1969S&T....38..227A 20 0 The planetary nebulae. VI. ALLER H.L.
1969S&T....38..306A 15 0 The planetary nebulae. VII. ALLER H.L.
1970ApJ...160..887K 213 112 Chemical abundances and the parameters of planetary nebulae. KALER J.B.
1970ApJ...161..917A 31 90 Spectra of thirty-three gazeous nebulae in yellow green with electronic camera. ALLER L.H. and WALKER M.F.
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.
1970AZh....47..989K 18 1 The investigation of planetary nebulae in the near of ultraviolet region. KOSTJAKOVA E.B.
1970LAstr..84..141A 15 0 Planetary nebulae. ARKHIPOVA V.P.
1970ApL.....5..197T 12 6 Search for interst. No at radio frequencies. TURNER B.E., HEILES C.F. and SCHARLEMANN R.
1970JRASC..64..305F 10 7 Monochromatic photographic isotopic contours of planetary nebulae. I. FEIBELMAN W.A.
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.
1970PN70.........1G 50 0 Basic observational data. GURZADIAN G.A.
1970PN70........74G 19 0 Astrophys. Methods of determin. the dist. of nebulae. 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.
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.
1971ApJS...22..319C 609 401 Distances and distribution of planetary nebulae. CAHN J.H. and KALER J.B.
1971MNRAS.153..315H 121 32 A survey of microwave radiation from planetary nebulae. HIGGS L.A.
1971ATsir.623....5K 16 0 The absolute energy distribution in the Balmer continuum spectral regions of 16 planetary nebulae. KOSTYAKOVA E.B.
1971Ap&SS..11..309H 142 1 A review of radio observation of planetary nebulae. HECKATHORN J.
1971BAICz..22..103P 128 56 Photometry of southern planetary nebulae. PEREK L.
1971IzPul.187....4D 139 2 Statistical investigation of the motions, distribution of planetary nebulae. DEUTSCH A.N.
1971PAB.....1....1H 443 52 Catalog of radio observations of planetary nebulae, related optical data. HIGGS L.A.
1971S&T....41..257H 1 0 Deep sky wonders. HOUSTON W.S.
1971SvA....14..794K 15 0 Investigation of planetary nebulae in the near ultraviolet region of the spectrum. KOSTYAKOVA E.B.
1972AJ.....77..350T 16 7 Expected infrared spectra from planetary nebulae. TERZIAN Y. and SANDERS O.
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..177K 13 33 Circular polarimetry of fifteen interesting objects. KEMP J.C., WOLSTENCROFT R.D. and SWEDLUNG J.B.
1972MNRAS.157...97L 12 5 The emission spectrum of the ion CIV, polarization of CIV. LEIBOWITZ E.M.
1972AuJPh..25...91A 74 26 Observation at 2700 MHz of selected planetary nebulae. ALLER L.H. and MILNE D.K.
1972MSRSL...5..129K 7 ~ High resolution radio observation. KAFTAN-KASSIM M.A.
1972SvA....16....6O 14 0 Composition of angular expansion of planetary nebulae Measured at Pulkovo and Harvard Observatory. ORLOVA O.N.
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.
1973MNRAS.164..321S 32 9 Planetary nebulae: two types. SMITH H.
1973PASP...85..224D 3 6 Trigonometric parallax determination for the central star in NGC 7293. DAHN C.C., BEHALL A.L. and CHRISTY J.W.
1973ATsir.788....3A 6 1 Analysis of high-speed fluctuation of brightness of nuclei of planetary nebulae. Pre-binary results. ALEKSEEV G.N.
1973BAAS....5..423G 67 T                   1 1 0 Emission in
NGC 3242.
GOAD L.E.
1973MSRSL...5...33K 21 1 The optical spectrum of planetary nebulae. KALER J.B.
1973MSRSL...5...51A 2 1 13 Interet de l'electronographie pour l'etude des nebuleuses planetaires dans le proche infrarouge. ANDRILLAT Y., BARANNE A. and DUCHESNE M.
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..109T 11 1 Radio-line spectra of planetary nebulae. TERZIAN Y.
1973MSRSL...5..129K 7 2 High resolution radio observations of planetary nebulae. KAFTAN-KASSIM M.A.
1973MSRSL...5..153D 4 8 Scanner observations of the continua of planetary nebulae. DANZIGER I.J. and GOAD L.E.
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.
1973MSRSL...5..285A 21 9 Introduction report : chemical composition of planetary nebulae. ALLER L.H. and CZYZAK S.J.
1973SSTor...5b...1I 379 ~ Statistical population indices of planetary nebulae. IWANOWSKA W.
1973IAUS...52..237C 50 4 Galactic dust distribution in the solar neighborhood. CAHN J.M. and NOSEK R.D.
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..594K 19 65 Planetary nebulae with multiple shells. KALER J.B.
1974AJ.....79.1384C 62 218 New proper motions, statistical parallaxes and kinematics of planetary nebulae. CUDWORTH K.M.
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...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.
1974JRASC..68..266T 4 0 Observations of the H alpha line from planetary nebulae. TERZIAN Y., HIGGS L.A., MacLEOD J.M., et al.
1974SoSht.188....3K 15 0 Calculation of Balmer-continuum radiation for planetary nebulae considering their physical condition. KOSTYAKOVA E.B.
1974VA.....16..309T 27 2 The planetary nebulae as radio sources. THOMPSON A.R.
1975A&A....38..183M 165 233 Radio observations at 5 GHz of southern planetary nebulae. MILNE D.K. and ALLER L.H.
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.
1975ApJ...195..695B 6 24 Chemical abundances in planetary nebulae. BOESHAAR G.O.
1975ApJ...200...83D 36 ~ Oxygen abundances in planetary nebulae. DAUB C.T.
1975MNRAS.171..441M 73 26 Orientation of planetary nebulae within the galaxy. MELNICK G. and HARWIT M.
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.
1976AJ.....81..407C 171 70 Interstellar extinction: a calibration by planetary nebulae. CAHN J.H.
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..113K 25 60 Photoelectric filter photometry of planetary nebulae. KALER J.B.
1976ApJ...210..508C 107 61 The birthrate of planetary nebulae. CAHN J.H. and WYATT S.P.
1976ApJS...31..517K 334 344 A catalog of relative emission line intensities observed in planetary and diffuse nebulae. KALER J.B.
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.
1976MSRSL...9..271A 83 ~ Central Stars of planetary nebulae. ALLER L.H.
1976MmSAI..47..313F 12 2 Theoretical predictions of the ultraviolet spectra of planetary nebulae. FLOWER D.R.
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.
1976Lub75...1...59R 8 0 Photoelectric scans of the planetary nebulae NGC 7027. ROBBINS R.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....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.
1977PASP...89..618K 6 0 Planetary nebulae, models, chemical compositions and frustrations. KEYES C.D. and ALLER L.H.
1977AuJPA..44....1S 403 15 The Parkes 2700 MHz survey (thirteenth part) Catalogue for declinations -15 to -30. Right ascencions 10h to 15h. SAVAGE A., WRIGHT A.E. and BOLTON J.G.
1977RMxAA...2..181T 1 42 339 Photoelectric photometry and physical conditions of planetary nebulae. TORRES-PEIMBERT S. and PEIMBERT M.
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....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.
1978AJ.....83.1420S 68 T                   1 3 1 Search with Copernicus for ultraviolet emission lines in the planetary nebulae
NGC 3242.
SCHWARTZ R.D., SNOW T.P. and UPSON W.L.
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...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.
1978MNRAS.182...97T 26 13 Ejection of planetary nebulae by He shell flashes and the planetary distance scale. TRIMBLE V. and SACKMANN I.J.
1978Afz....14..665P 32 2 On the relationship between the "Zanstra" temperatures of the nuclei of planetary nebulae and the effective temperatures of these stars. PILYUGIN L.S., SAKHIBULLIN N.A. and KHROMOV G.S.
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..171H 24 9 Atmospheres of central stars. HUMMER D.G.
1978IAUS...76..225A 9 19 Some aspects of chemical abundances determinations in planetary nebulae. ALLER L.H.
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.
1979ApJ...227L..97R 1 5 28 The probable detection of interstellar 3He+ and its significance. ROOD R.T., WILSON T.L. and STEIGMAN G.
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.
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.
1979Afz....15..269K 176 8 Distances and galactic distribution of planetary nebulae. KHROMOV G.S.
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.
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.
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....88..127P 4 2 The relationship between the envelope composition of a 6 M solar red-giant model and its future evolution. PRIALNIK D. and SHAVIV G.
1980A&A....89...33A 96 29 Relations between chemical, spatial and kinematic properties of planetary nebulae. ACKER A.
1980A&A....89..336P 37 121 Masses of planetary nebulae. POTTASCH S.R.
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.
1980ApJS...42....1J 109 160 The luminosity function for planetary nebulae and the number of planetary nebulae in local group galaxies. JACOBY G.H.
1980BAAS...12..841C 4 0 Ionization structure and partial obscuration of planetary nebula. CONDAL A.R.
1980QJRAS..21...82T 50 ~ Planetary nebulae. TERZIAN Y.
1980RMxAA...5....9P 40 86 On the helium and nitrogen enrichment of the interstellar medium by planetary nebulae. PEIMBERT M. and SERRANO A.
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......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.
1980IUE2n......187B 8 ~ IUE observations of planetary nebulae : nebular continuum and mass loss from central stars. BENVENUTI P. and PERINOTTO M.
1980IUE2n......191K 3 ~ High dispersion EUV observations of planetary nebulae. KOEPPEN J. and WEHRSE R.
1980PhDT.........3D 116 17 A photometric investigation of possible binary occurrence in the central stars of seventeen planetary nebulae. DRUMMOND J.D.
1981A&A....99L..15K 70 T                   1 1 8 Absorption lines in the visual spectrum of the "continuous" central star of the planetary nebula
NGC 3242.
KUDRITZKI R.P., MENDEZ R.H. and SIMON K.P.
1981A&A...100..241P 6 16 UV spectroscopy of planetary nebulae. PERINOTTO M. and BENVENUTI P.
1981AJ.....86..881F 8 5 Molecular hydrogen ion (H2+) absorption in planetary nebulae. FEIBELMAN W.A., BOGGESS A., McCRACKEN C.W., et al.
1981ApJ...248..189N 1 10 51 Dust in planetary nebulae. NATTA A. and PANAGIA N.
1981ApJ...249..201K 53 38 Carbon in planetary nebulae. KALER J.B.
1981ApJ...249..592B 35 67 The abundances of neon, sulfur and argon in planetary nebulae. BECK S.C., LACY J.H., TOWNES C.H., et al.
1981MNRAS.197....1W 3 1 18 On nitrogen abundances of planetary nebulae. WILKES B.J., FERLAND G.J., HANES D., et al.
1981PASP...93..429B 70 T                   1 1 6 A giant halo around the planetary nebula
NGC 3242.
BOND H.E.
1981PASP...93..695C 69 T                   1 6 9 Ionization structure and partial obscuration of the P.N. NGC 3132 and
NGC 3242.
CONDAL A., PROTCHET C., FAHLMAN G.G., et al.
1981SvA....25...56N 7 1 Emission-line spectra and the abundance of carbon and nitrogen ions in planetary nebulae. NIKITIN A.A., SAPAR A.A., FEKLISTOVA T.K., et al.
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.
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.
1982MNRAS.199..141C 196 30 Observations of 196 southern planetary nebulae at 408 MHZ. CALABRETTA M.R.
1982MNRAS.199..581R 5 13 Electron temperature mapping of planetary nebulae. REAY N.K. and WORSWICK S.P.
1982MNRAS.199..649R 84 93 Measurements of expansion velocities in planetary nebulae. ROBINSON G.J., REAY N.K. and ATHERTON P.D.
1982Ap&SS..83..225A 21 12 Theoretical models of planetary nebulae. ALLER L.H.
1982BICDS..23...92A 34 0 A first glance at the catalogue of the central stars of planetary nebulae. ACKER A.
1982BASI...10...73M 64 4 Planetary Nebulae. MALLIK D.C.V.
1982PSCDS...3....0A 452 ~ Catalogue of the central stars of true and possible planetary nebulae. ACKER A., GLEIZES F., CHOPINET M., et al.
1982PTarO..49...40N 9 1 On some characteristics of emission spectra of carbon and nitrogen ions in planetary nebulae. NIKITIN A.A., SAPAR A.A., FEKLISTOVA T.H., et al.
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1982IUE82......393F 6 ~ Stratification effects and IUE spectra of high excitation planetaries. FEIBELMAN W. and ALLER L.H.
1982IUE3r......317K 5 ~ Radiative transfer calculations for the C IV lambda 155 nm resonance lines in planetary nebulae. KOEPPEN J. and WEHRSE R.
1983A&A...122...95K 70 T                   1 4 25 Models of the planetary nebulae IC 2003,
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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.
1983A&A...126...31P 51 136 The temperature of central stars of planetary nebulae : the energy-balance method. PREITE-MARTINEZ A. and POTTASCH S.R.
1983A&A...128..434M 21 1 The nature of the radio source in M 3. McLEAN B.J., VINER M.R. and HUGHES V.A.
1983A&AS...54..315A 1436 15 Index and cross-identification of planetary nebulae. ACKER A., MARCOUT J., OCHSENBEIN F., et al.
1983ApJ...265..249W 16 32 A newly discovered nearby planetary nebula of old age. WEINBERGER R., DENGEL J., HARTL H., et al.
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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.
1983PASP...95..217W 18 27 Emission-line profiles for selected planetary nebulae and symbiotic stars V1016 Cygni and HM Sagittae. WELTY D.E.
1983MmSAI..54..511C 87 4 Planetary nebulae: IUE results. CERRUTI-SOLA M. and PERINOTTO M.
1983MitAG..60..243M 10 0 Infrarot-Photometrie Planetarischer Nebel. MARTIN W. and LEMKE D.
1983MitAG..60..311H 2 0 Non-LTE-Modelatmospharen heisser Zentralsterne nahe am Eddington-Limit: die Zanstra-Diskrepanz und das Auftreten einer Emissionskante bei 228 A. HUSFELD D., KUDRITZKI R.P., SIMON K.P., et al.
1983RMxAA...8..187C 56 35 Photoelectric, absolute Hbeta fluxes for 55 planetary nebulae. CARRASCO L., SERRANO A. and COSTERO R.
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1983IAUS..103...31R 10 6 Morphology and kinematics of planetary nebulae. REAY N.K.
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1983IAUS..103..323P 39 52 Mass loss from central stars of planetary nebulae. PERINOTTO M.
1983IAUS..103..343M 16 25 Non-LTE model atmosphere analysis of central stars. MENDEZ R.H., KUDRITZKI R.P. and SIMON K.P.
1983IAUS..103..391P 65 94 Distances of the central stars and their position in the HR diagram. POTTASCH S.R.
1983IAUS..103..487T 13 8 Final review. TERZIAN Y.
1983IAUS..103..518K 3 0 On the structure of the CIV 15 nm resonance lines in planetary nebulae. KOEPPEN J. and WEHRSE R.
1984A&A...130...91P 53 37 Distances, radii, and masses of the planetary nebulae. PHILLIPS J.P. and POTTASCH S.R.
1984A&A...133..395P 16 21 Near-infrared scans of planetary nebulae. PHILLIPS J.P., SANCHEZ MAGRO C. and MARTINEZ-ROGER C.
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1984A&A...139..459H 71 T                   1 1 14 Mass loss from the central star of
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1984A&A...140..141P 57 8 Constraints upon visual dust opacities in planetary nebulae. PHILLIPS J.P.
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1984ApJ...279..252K 1 27 227 The nature of symbiotic stars. KENYON S.J. and WEBBINK R.F.
1984ApJ...279..304C 49 24 Observational evolution of the central stars of planetary nebulae. CAHN J.H.
1984ApJ...280..170S 11 14 He I lambda 10830 line strengths in planetary nebulae. SCRIMGER J.N.
1984ApJ...283..158O 13 21 Studies of galactic planetary nebulae and extragalactic H II complexes. O'DELL C.R. and CASTANEDA H.O.
1984MNRAS.206..521S 16 65 Molecular hydrogen observations of southern planetary nebulae. STOREY J.W.V.
1984Afz....20..503K 46 5 Carbon abundances in planetary nebulae. KHOLTYGIN A.F.
1984Ap&SS.107...19A 316 56 Statistical survey of planetary nebulae : distances, masses, and distribution in the Galaxy. AMNUEL P.R., GUSEINOV O.H., NOVRUZOVA H.I., et al.
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1984IAUS..105..205K 12 2 Non-LTE analysis of central stars. KUDRITZKI R.P., MENDEZ R.H. and SIMON K.P.
1985A&A...149..365M 75 27 Galactic electron temperature gradient from planetary nebulae. MACIEL W.J. and FAUNDEZ-ABANS M.
1985ApJ...288..305K 14 33 Wind distances for planetary nebulae. KALER J.B., MO J.-E. and POTTASCH S.R.
1985ApJ...291..237C 60 122 Winds in central stars of planetary nebulae. CERRUTI-SOLA M. and PERINOTTO M.
1985ApJ...291..561D 3 6 81 Far-infrared line observations of planetary nebulae. I. The (O III) spectrum. DINERSTEIN H.L., LESTER D.F. and WERNER M.W.
1985ApJ...294..193B 71 T                   1 4 42 The ionization structure of planetary nebulae. V.
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1985Afz....23..427B 12 5 The lines of the carbon, nitrogen and oxygen in spectra of planetary nebulae. II Intensities of the recombination lines C II and N III ionsand abundances of C III and N IV ions. BOGDANOVICH P.O., NIKITIN A.A., RUDZIKAS Z.B., et al.
1985Ap&SS.113...59A 107 10 The parameters of planetary nebulae and their central stars derived from observations. AMNUEL P.R., GUSEINOV O.H., NOVRUZOVA H.I., et al.
1985BAAS...17..885O 2 0 Balmer line evidence for weak shocks in planetary nebulae. OLSON R.W.
1986A&A...158..228F 46 53 Abundance gradients from type II planetary nebulae. FAUNDEZ-ABANS M. and MACIEL W.J.
1986A&A...160...31S 127 27 Statistical evolutionary properties of planetary nebulae: thicknesses of the nebulae and temperatures of the stars. SABBADIN F.
1986A&A...160..171L 5 5 Evidence for intrinsic polarization in the optical radiation of planetary nebulae. LEROY J.L., LE BORGNE J.F. and ARNAUD J.
1986A&A...161..363P 64 90 IRAS spectra of planetary nebulae. III. POTTASCH S.R., PREITE-MARTINEZ A., OLNON F.M., et al.
1986A&AS...64..579S 79 49 Planetary nebulae at known distance. SABBADIN F.
1986ApJ...301..772Z 138 219 Origin of planetary nebulae: morphology, carbon-to-oxygen abundance ratios, and central star multiplicity. ZUCKERMAN B. and ALLER L.H.
1986ApJ...301..825L 16 27 Observations of the Bowen fluorescent mechanism in planetary nebulae. LIKKEL L. and ALLER L.H.
1986ApJ...303..451K 49 48 Ground-based and IRAS observations of compact planetary nebulae. KWOK S., HRIVNAK B.J. and MILONE E.F.
1986ApJ...308..314B 2 5 43 The ionization structure of planetary nebulae. VI. NGC 7662. BARKER T.
1986ApJ...308..322K 106 103 Electron temperatures in planetary nebulae. KALER J.B.
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1986MNRAS.220..107D 15 27 New colour and Zanstra temperatures for 15 central stars of planetary nebulae. DE FREITAS PACHECO J.A., CODINA S.J. and VIADANA L.
1986MNRAS.221p..61C 4 ~ Ne III charge-exchange lines in the planetary nebula NGC 3918. CLEGG R.E.S., HARRINGTON J.P. and STOREY P.J.
1986Ast....14j..39J 12 0 A delightful dozen of planetary nebulae. JUHNKE C.M.
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1986RMxAA..12..240F 42 8 Galactic abundance gradients from planetary nebulae. FAUNDEZ-ABANS M. and MACIEL W.J.
1986RMxAA..12..249M 53 4 Planetary nebulae and galactic temperature gradient. MACIEL W.J. and FAUNDEZ-ABANS M.
1986RMxAA..13...49R 70 T                   1 3 ~ Kinematical study of G 339.2-0.4 and the arc of the planetary nebula
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1986NIA86......287B 7 ~ Winds from central stars of planetary nebulae. BOMBECK G., KOEPPEN J. and BASTIAN U.
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1987A&A...174..243G 19 3 VBLUW photometry of emission nebulae. GREVE A. and VAN GENDEREN A.M.
1987A&A...182..290M 12 13 The 3.3 mu-m and 3.4 mu.m emission features in planetary nebulae. MARTIN W.
1987A&AS...70...95D viz 814 178 Warm IRAS sources. I. A catalogue of AGN candidates from the point source catalog. DE GRIJP M.H.K., MILEY G.K. and LUB J.
1987A&AS...71..245G 30 63 Properties of planetary nebulae. I. Nebular parameters and distance scales. GATHIER R.
1987AJ.....94..671B 2 49 580 The evolution of planetary nebulae. I. Structures, ionizations, and morphological sequences. BALICK B.
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1987ApJ...313..268H 68 38 Mass distribution and evolutionary schema for central stars of planetary nebulae. HEAP S.R. and AUGENSEN H.J.
1987ApJ...319..407F 130 43 The (C III lambda1909 /Si III lambda1892) ratio as a diagnostic for planetary nebulae and symbiotic stars. FEIBELMAN W.A. and ALLER L.H.
1987ApJ...322..922B 1 5 25 The ionization structure of planetary nebulae. VII. New observations of the ring nebula. BARKER T.
1987ApJS...64..529C 1 41 191 Multiple-shell planetary nebulae. I. Morphology and frequency of occurrence. CHU Y.-H., JACOBY G.H. and ARENDT R.
1987AZh....64..537P 6 2 The spatial structure of planetary nebulae with binary central stars. PILYUGIN L.S.
1987Ap&SS.129..353F 39 22 Neon, argon and chlorine abundance gradients from type II planetary nebulae. FAUNDEZ-ABANS M. and MACIEL W.J.
1987BAAS...19..679B 4 0 The evolution of planetary nebulae. BALICK B.
1987PTarO..52..262N 8 0 Lines of the OIII ions of planetary nebulae spectra. Deviations from the LS-coupling. NIKITIN A.A., FEKLISTOVA T.H. and KHOLTYGIN A.F.
1987IAUS..120..339S 36 4 The distribution of molecular hydrogen in planetary nebulae. STOREY J.W.V., WEBSTER B.L., PAYNE P., et al.
1987PN86........79P 29 ~ The position of planetary nebulae nuclei in the H-R diagram : present status. POTTASCH S.R.
1987PN86.......197P 20 ~ Contribution of nebular emission lines to IRAS photometric survey fluxes. PREITE MARTINEZ A. and POTTASCH S.R.
1988A&A...190..113M 2 24 247 High resolution spectroscopy of central stars of planetary nebulae. I. Basic atmospheric parameters and their interpretation. MENDEZ R.H., KUDRITZKI R.P., HERRERO A., et al.
1988A&A...197..266G 45 54 Magnitudes of central stars of planetary nebulae. GATHIER R. and POTTASCH S.R.
1988A&A...200..178M 40 7 Planetary nebulae and the pregalactic helium abundance. MACIEL W.J.
1988A&A...207..123P 2 16 150 Radiation-driven winds of hot stars. V. Wind models for central stars of planetary nebulae. PAULDRACH A., PULS J., KUDRITZKI R.P., et al.
1988ApJ...324..501Z 1 31 161 Molecular hydrogen maps of extended planetary nebulae: the Dumbbell, the Ring, and NGC 2346. ZUCKERMAN B. and GATLEY I.
1988ApJ...326..164B 5 15 The ionization structure of planetary nebulae. VIII. NGC 6826. BARKER T.
1988ApJ...326..368P 71 55 A young planetary nebula with OH molecules: NGC 6302. PAYNE H.E., PHILLIPS J.A. and TERZIAN Y.
1988ApJ...327..342T 21 29 EINSTEIN X-ray observations of planetary nebulae and their implications. TARAFDAR S.P. and APPARAO K.M.V.
1988MNRAS.231.1025M 11 15 Magnesium abundances in planetary nebulae and interstellar absorption of Mg II lambda 2800 A. MIDDLEMASS D.
1988MNRAS.235..533W 54 51 The systematics and distribution of molecular hydrogen in planetary nebulae. WEBSTER B.L., PAYNE P.W., STOREY J.W.V., et al.
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1988JApA....9..237K 4 2 The O III 52mu.m/88mu.m emission-line ratio in planetary nebulae. KEENAN F.P. and AGGARWAL K.M.
1988JBAA...98..362B 15 0 Planetary nebulae. BRAZELL O.
1988RMxAA..16..111M 35 39 Filling factor determinations and their effects on planetary studies. MALLIK D.C.V. and PEIMBERT M.
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1989A&A...209..369G 29 65 Properties of planetary nebulae. II. Central star evolution. GATHIER R. and POTTASCH S.R.
1989A&A...213..155W 1 8 32 Distances and mass distribution of central stars of planetary nebulae. WEIDEMANN V.
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1989A&A...218..273B 18 10 Spectroscopic search for halos of planetary nebulae. BAESSGEN M. and GREWING M.
1989A&AS...77..487A 461 27 The absolute H-beta fluxes for southern planetary nebulae. ACKER A., STENHOLM B. and TYLENDA R.
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1989ApJ...338..824M 7 4 117 Stellar kinematics in the galactic center. McGINN M.T., SELLGREN K., BECKLIN E.E., et al.
1989ApJ...339..268S 8 4 128 Interacting winds and the shaping of planetary nebulae. SOKER N. and LIVIO M.
1989ApJ...340..921B 7 11 The ionization structure of planetary nebulae. IX. NGC 1535. BARKER T.
1989ApJ...343..811S 150 120 Electron densities in planetary nebulae. STANGHELLINI L. and KALER J.B.
1989ApJ...344..826A 12 39 X-ray observations of planetary nebulae with the EXOSAT satellite. APPARAO K.M.V. and TARAFDAR S.P.
1989ApJ...345..306L 232 66 Properties and evolution of dust grains in planetary nebulae. LENZUNI P., NATTA A. and PANAGIA N.
1989ApJ...346..201H 93 110 CO in planetary nebulae. HUGGINS P.J. and HEALY A.P.
1989ApJS...69..495S 134 132 Apparent magnitudes of luminous planetary nebula nuclei. II. A survey of southern hemisphere planetary nebulae. SHAW R.A. and KALER J.B.
1989Ast....17d..68E 6 0 The art of observing planetaries. EICHER D.J.
1989Ap&SS.154...21A 348 16 Planetary nebulae in the galaxy. AMNUEL P.R., GUSEINOV O.H. and RUSTAMOV Y.S.
1989SSRv...51..339K 41 8 Planetary nebulae. KHROMOV G.S.
1989TarOT..94....1N 399 6 Mass loss from stars : the universal formula for mass loss rate. NUGIS T.
1989IAUS..131...17T 15 8 Radio images of planetary nebulae. TERZIAN Y.
1989IAUS..131...83B 41 22 The shapes and shaping of planetary nebulae. BALICK B.
1989IAUS..131..105C 36 46 Multiple shell planetary nebulae. CHU Y.-H.
1989IAUS..131..181B 6 1 Collimated outflows in planetary nebulae. BALICK B. and PRESTON H.L.
1989IAUS..131..182B 17 2 Kinematical properties of planetary nebulae. BIANCHI L., GREWING M., BARNSTEDT J., et al.
1989IAUS..131..200S 70 T                   1 1 0 Kinematic structure and chemical composition of the double shell PN
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1989IAUS..131..225E 4 0 Emission lines of CI and N II in planetary nebulae. ESCALANTE V.
1989IAUS..131..229K 9 13 Magnitudes, spectra and temperatures of planetary nuclei. KALER J.B.
1989IAUS..131..241G 34 10 Wind features and wind velocities. GREWING M.
1989IAUS..131..261M 43 31 Binarity and intrinsic variability in central stars of planetary nebulae. MENDEZ R.H.
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1989IAUS..131..293P 20 24 Mass loss rates in central stars of planetary nebulae. PERINOTTO M.
1989IAUS..131..481P 12 24 The position of the central stars of PN on the HR diagram. POTTASCH S.R.
1989IAUS..131..567A 33 1 Summarizing remarks on the structure and evolution of planetary nebulae and properties of their central stars. ALLER L.H.
1989IAUS..131..577P 26 5 Comments on the applications of planetary nebulae research. PEIMBERT M.
1990A&A...229..152M 1 7 53 Spectral and radial velocity studies of 5 northern central stars of planetary nebulae. MENDEZ R.H., HERRERO A. and MANCHADO A.
1990A&A...236..223G 40 12 Extinction-independent determination of temperatures for central stars of planetary nebulae. GREWING M. and NERI R.
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1990AJ.....99.1869S 1 9 64 On the formation of ansae in planetary nebulae. SOKER N.
1990AJ....100..485V 178 39 The IRAS low-resolution spectra of planetary nebulae. VOLK K. and COHEN M.
1990AJ....100.1903F 1 13 68 Stellar wind paleontology: shells and halos of planetary nebulae. FRANK A. and BALICK B.
1990ApJ...350..262K 4 4 The ratio of optical to infrared emission-line strengths in O III as electrontemperature diagnostics for planetary nebulae. KEENAN F.P. and AGGARWAL K.M.
1990ApJ...351..230M 23 52 Evolutionary versus dynamical time scales for the evolution of the central stars of planetary nebulae. McCARTHY J.K., MOULD J.R., MENDEZ R.H., et al.
1990ApJ...356..229H 142 67 Abundance patterns in planetary nebulae. HENRY R.B.C.
1990ApJ...357..548F 63 33 Ultraviolet Fe VII absorption lines in planetary nebula nuclei, hot subdwarfs, and hot degenerate objects. FEIBELMAN W.A. and BRUHWEILER F.C.
1990MNRAS.244..521B 17 44 Dynamical evolution of planetary nebulae. II. Ionisation of shells in planetary nebulae and the formation of low-ionization knots. BREITSCHWERDT D. and KAHN F.D.
1990PASP..102...77C 10 9 Integrated photoelectric photometry of nine planetary nebulae. COPETTI M.V.F.
1990ATsir1544....7G 20 2 Revision of the scale of planetary nebulae distances. GOLOVATY V.V.
1990Ast....18e..22K 4 0 Realm of the hottest stars. KALER J.B.
1990SAAOC..14...33M 529 12 Broad-band photometry of selected southern ultraviolet-bright stars. MENZIES J.W., MARANG F. and WESTERHUYS J.E.
1991A&A...243..478Z 34 52 On the scale height of planetary nebulae. ZIJLSTRA A.A. and POTTASCH S.R.
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1991A&A...246..153L 140 94 CCO observations of cold IRAS objects: AGB and post-AGB stars. LIKKEL L., FORVEILLE T., OMONT A., et al.
1991A&AS...90...89A 876 46 The absolute H-beta fluxes for galactic planetary nebulae. ACKER A., STENHOLM B., TYLENDA R., et al.
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1991AJ....101.1735J 38 71 From red to planetary nebula: dust, asymmetry, and polarization. JOHNSON J.J. and JONES T.J.
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1991ApJ...381L..59K 9 13 N III line emission in planetary nebulae : not Bowen fluorescence. KASTNER S.O. and BHATIA A.K.
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1991MNRAS.251..330W viz 1195 35 Flux densities at 8400 MHz for a large sample of radiosources. WRIGHT A.E., WARK R.M., TROUP E., et al.
1991MNRAS.253...75G 15 32 Observations of the 2-mu.m unidentified lines in planetary nebulae. GEBALLE T.R., BURTON M.G. and ISAACMAN R.
1991PASP..103..694K 15 56 Weighted slit extraction of low-dispersion IUE spectral data. KINNEY A.L., BOHLIN R.C. and NEILL J.D.
1991Ap&SS.181...73G 144 9 Excitation class of nebulae - an evolution criterion ? GURZADYAN G.A. and EGIKYAN A.G.
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1992AJ....104..980A 23 18 Deep infrared galaxies. ASHBY M., HOUCK J.R. and HACKING P.B.
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