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Non-LTE analysis of central stars

  • R.P. Kudritzki (a1), R.H. Méndez (a2) (a3) (a4) and K.P. Simon (a1)

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Most of our present knowledge about central stars of planetary nebulae (CPN) is obtained by indirect methods using the emission line spectra of the surrounding nebula. These methods, which apply the beautiful recombination theory, can provide us with information about temperature, distance and radius of the CPN. However, we know that these methods are subject to severe problems, which then lead to strong discrepancies in the parameters of the CPN.

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Non-LTE analysis of central stars

  • R.P. Kudritzki (a1), R.H. Méndez (a2) (a3) (a4) and K.P. Simon (a1)

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