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3D Hydrodynamical models of the planetary nebulae M 1-32 and M 3-15

  • Jackeline S. Rechy-García (a1), Pablo F. Velázquez (a2), Miriam Peña (a1) and Alejandro C. Raga (a2)

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High-resolution, long-slit spectroscopic observations of two planetary nebulae, M1-32 and M3-15 are presented. The observations were obtained with the 2.1-m telescope at the OAN-SPM, and MES spectrograph. M1-32 shows wide wings on the base of its emission lines and M3-15 has two very faint high-velocity knots. To model both PNe we built a 3D model consisting in a jet interacting with an equatorially concentrated slow wind, emulating the presence of a dense torus, by using the hydrodynamical code Yguazú. The synthetic position-velocity (PV) diagrams obtained from our models reproduce well the observed PV diagrams.

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