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Ubiquitous High Speed Ejecta in Pne - MyCn 18

  • J. Meaburn (a1), M. Bryce (a1), D. J. Harman (a1) and J. A. López (a2)

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Supersonic and even hypersonic outflows have been found in a wide variety of PNe using the Manchester Echelle spectrometer (MES; Meaburn et al. 1984). Dramatic examples of these extreme motions found over many years are highlighted here for comparison with their most recent discovery in the bipolar PN, MyCn 18.

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Meaburn, J., Blundell, B., Carling, R., Gregory, D. F., Keir, D., & Wynne, C. G. 1984, MNRAS, 210, 463
Meaburn, J., & Walsh, J.R. 1989, A&A, 223, 277
Bryce, M., López, J. A., Holloway, A. J., & Meaburn, J. 1997, ApJ, 487, L161
O'Connor, J. A., Redman, M. P., Holloway, A. J., Bryce, M., López, J. A., & Meaburn, J. 2000, ApJ, 531, 336

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