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Carbon- and Oxygen-Rich Progenitors of Planetary Nebulae

  • H.J. Habing (a1) and J.A.D.L. Blommaert (a1)

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This review concerns stars on the Asymptotic Giant Branch that are about to develop into planetary nebulae (=PNe). They are still termed “stars”, and properly so, and yet they have already, in statu nascendi, the structure of a PN. There are two different kinds: oxygen-rich stars (spectral class: M) and carbon-rich stars (spectral class: C).

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Carbon- and Oxygen-Rich Progenitors of Planetary Nebulae

  • H.J. Habing (a1) and J.A.D.L. Blommaert (a1)

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