Herschel Planetary Nebula Survey (HerPlaNS)
Conference contribution, 2014

The Herschel Planetary Nebula Survey (HerPlaNS) is one of the largest Open Time programs carried out by the Herschel Space Observatory, by which we simultaneously probe the dust and gas components of the circumstellar environments of evolved stars. HerPlaNS is part of a community-wide panchromatic (from X-ray to Radio) observational initiative to furnish substantial PN data resources that would allow us - PN astronomers - to tackle a multitude of issues in PN physics. In this contribution we will give a general overview of the survey and a glimpse of what the data can tell us using NGC 6781 as an example.

planetary nebulae: general

stars: planetary nebulae

Author

T. Ueta

D. Ladjal

K. M. Exter

M. Otsuka

R. Szczerba

N. Siódmiak

I. Aleman

P. A. M. van Hoof

J. H. Kastner

R. Montez

I. McDonald

M. Wittkowski

S. Ramstedt

O. De Marco

E. Villaver

Y.-H. Chu

C. Sandin

Wouter Vlemmings

Chalmers, Earth and Space Sciences, Radio Astronomy and Astrophysics

H. Izumiura

R. Sahai

J. A. Lopez

B. Balick

A. Zijlstra

Aggm Tielens

R. E. Rattray

E. Behar

E. G. Blackman

K. Hebden

J. L. Hora

K. Murakawa

J. Nordhaus

R. Nordon

I. Yamamura

Asymmetrical Planetary Nebulae VI conference, Proceedings of the conference held 4-8 November, 2013

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Subject Categories

Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology

Roots

Basic sciences

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10/7/2017