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The second release of the Toruń catalogue of Galactic post-AGB objects: New classification scheme

  • Ryszard Szczerba (a1), Natasza Siódmiak (a1), Grazyna Stasińska (a2), Jozef Borkowski (a1), Pedro García-Lario (a3), Olga Suárez (a4) (a5), Marcin Hajduk (a1) and D. Anibal García-Hernández (a6) (a7)...

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The investigation of post-AGB objects (proto-planetary nebulae) is very important from the standpoint of physical and chemical changes occurring during the late stages of stellar evolution. The Toruń catalogue of Galactic post-AGB and related objects is an evolutive catalogue containing astrometric, photometric and spectroscopic data as well as HST images for all known post-AGB objects and candidates in our Galaxy. This free-access catalogue can serve as an ideal tool to study different groups of post-AGB objects, especially due to the fact that all information is gathered in one place. The second release of our catalogue introduces a simple classification scheme of post-AGB objects and includes a significant number of new objects, photometric data, spectra and images. Here, using objects from the catalogue we consider the problem of the termination of the AGB phase.

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The second release of the Toruń catalogue of Galactic post-AGB objects: New classification scheme

  • Ryszard Szczerba (a1), Natasza Siódmiak (a1), Grazyna Stasińska (a2), Jozef Borkowski (a1), Pedro García-Lario (a3), Olga Suárez (a4) (a5), Marcin Hajduk (a1) and D. Anibal García-Hernández (a6) (a7)...

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