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IUE and Optical Observations of HE 2-104

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 April 2016

Julie H. Lutz
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Program in Astronomy, Washington State University Pullman, WA 99164-2930, USA
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He 2-104 has been classified as both a planetary nebula and as a symbiotic star. Optical and ultraviolet spectra and CCD images have been obtained in order to learn more about the evolutionary state of this object. The spectra of the object indicate that it could be either a symbiotic star or a very high excitation planetary nebula. The CCD images show a nebulosity with a radius of about 4 seconds of arc and faint bipolar outer structures extending out approximately 25 seconds of arc from the center of the nebula.

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Session 4. Contributions for other Individual Objects
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Copyright © Kluwer 1988

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