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Planetary Nebula Candidates Uncovered with the HASH Research Platform

  • Vasiliki Fragkou (a1) (a2), Ivan Bojičić (a1) (a2), David Frew (a1) (a2) and Quentin Parker (a1) (a2)

Abstract

A detailed examination of new high quality radio catalogues (e.g. Cornish) in combination with available mid-infrared (MIR) satellite imagery (e.g. Glimpse) has allowed us to find 70 new planetary nebula (PN) candidates based on existing knowledge of their typical colors and fluxes. To further examine the nature of these sources, multiple diagnostic tools have been applied to these candidates based on published data and on available imagery in the HASH (Hong Kong/ AAO/ Strasbourg Hα planetary nebula) research platform. Some candidates have previously-missed optical counterparts allowing for spectroscopic follow-up. Indeed, the single object spectroscopically observed so far has turned out to be a bona fide PN.

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Planetary Nebula Candidates Uncovered with the HASH Research Platform

  • Vasiliki Fragkou (a1) (a2), Ivan Bojičić (a1) (a2), David Frew (a1) (a2) and Quentin Parker (a1) (a2)

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