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Morphological and Kinematical Modelling of PNe and Nova Shells Using XSHAPE

  • D. J. Harman (a1), M. Bryce (a1), T. J. O'Brien (a1) and J. Meaburn (a1)

Abstract

XSHAPE has been developed to aid the better understanding of the 3D morphologies and kinematics of PNe and novae, by producing models which closely predict the observed 2D images and long-slit spectra of these objects. Early successes include plausible simulations for the elliptical PN Sa 2-21 and the nova HR Del.

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Meaburn, J., Blundell, B., Carling, R., Gregory, D. F., Keir, D., & Wynne, C. G. 1984, MNRAS, 210, 463
Harman, D. J. 2001, ,
Harman, D. J., Bryce, M., & Holloway, A. J. 2001, MNRAS, in prep
Harman, D. J., O'Brien, T. J., & Meaburn, J. 2001, MNRAS, in prep

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