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Several evolutionary channels for bright planetary nebulae

  • Michael G. Richer (a1) and Marshall L. McCall (a2)

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The populations of bright planetary nebulae in the discs of spirals appear to differ in their spectral properties from those in ellipticals and the bulges of spirals. The bright planetary nebulae from the bulge of the Milky Way are entirely compatible with those observed in the discs of spiral galaxies. The similarity might be explained if the bulge of the Milky Way evolved secularly from the disc, in which case the bulge should be regarded as a pseudo-bulge.

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Several evolutionary channels for bright planetary nebulae

  • Michael G. Richer (a1) and Marshall L. McCall (a2)

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