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Interstellar Matter and Planetary Nebulae

  • V. Radhakrishnan
  • J. Lequeux
  • U. Mebold
  • B. Zuckerman
  • B. Donn
  • B. G. Elmegreen
  • M. Peimbert
  • Y. Terzian
  • L. A. Higgs
  • D. C. V. Mallik
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Part of the Transactions of the International Astronomical Union book series (IAUT)

Abstract

The subject of interstellar matter continues to be one of the most active fields of present day astronomical research. The advent of new instruments operating in the different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum has resulted in a phenomenal increase both in the amount of observational material, and in the theoretical work attempting to interpret or model the observations. This has made it increasingly difficult to cite all of the published work in the field, and to have room to report even in brief on the conclusions of these studies.

Matiere Interstellaire et Nebuleuses Planetaires

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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. Radhakrishnan
  • J. Lequeux
  • U. Mebold
  • B. Zuckerman
  • B. Donn
  • B. G. Elmegreen
  • M. Peimbert
  • Y. Terzian
  • L. A. Higgs
  • D. C. V. Mallik

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