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Chemical Composition of New Galactic Bulge Planetary Nebulae

  • Griet C. Van De Steene (a1) and George H. Jacoby (a2)

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We did photo-ionization modelling of 10 new Planetary Nebulae within 2° of the Galactic Center. We found that these PNe would originate mainly from low mass, old, metal poor stars.

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