Planetary Nebula dust haloes revealed by Herschel
Conference contribution, 2013

Herschel Planetary Nebula Survey (HerPlaNS) is a far-IR imaging and spectroscopic survey of planetary nebulae, performedwith the Herschel Space Observatory, aiming at (1) establishing the spatially-resolved far-IR characteristics of the target nebulae and (2) understanding the energetics and shaping history of the circumstellar nebulae. Below we briefly demonstrate the breadth and depth of the HerPlaNS data set using one of the targets, NGC6781, as an example, and explore expectations in the era of SPICA, the next-generation far-IR mission.

Author

T. Ueta

University of Denver

Djazia Ladjal

University of Denver

K. M. Exter

KU Leuven

M. Otsuka

ASIAA

R. Szczerba

NCAC

N. Siódmiak

NCAC

I. Aleman

Leiden University

Aggm Tielens

KU Leuven

J. H. Kastner

RIT

J. Nordhaus

RIT

R. Montez

Vanderbilt University

I. McDonald

University of Manchester

K. Hebden

University of Manchester

A. Zijlstra

University of Manchester

M. Wittkowski

ESO

S. Ramstedt

Uppsala University

O. De Marco

Macquarie University

E. Villaver

UAM

B. Balick

University of Washington

E. Behar

Technion – Israel Institute of Technology

E. G. Blackman

University of Rochester

J. L. Hora

CfA/Harvard

Y. H. Chu

UIUC

H. Izumiura

OAO/NAOJ

J. A. Lopez

Centro de Radioastronomía Astrofísica (CRyA-UNAM)

K. Murakawa

University of Leeds

R. Nordon

MPE

C. Sandin

AIP

R. Sahai

JPL

P. A. M. van Hoof

Royal Observatory of Belgium

Wouter Vlemmings

Chalmers, Earth and Space Sciences, Radio Astronomy and Astrophysics

I. Yamamura

JAXA Institute of Space and Astronautical Science

Life Cycle of Dust in the Universe: Observations, Theory, and Laboratory Experiments, LCDU 2013
Taipei, Taiwan,

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Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology

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