Planetary Nebulae
Planetary Nebulae
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All articles organized by reverse chronological order
  Date  Title  Type
May 15th 2020Des travaux amateurs cités dans une future publication de Quentin Parker...  Other / Varius
April 10th 2020Creating an image via spectral scans: M57...  Other / Varius
January 22nd 2020Le projet 2spot présenté dans l'Astronomie...  Other / Varius
March 12th 2019Les candidates Pre 59 et Pre 61 imagées par Steve Crouch depuis Canberra...  Other / Varius
December 8th 2017Medium- to large-sized True and Likely planetary nebulae from the DSH sampl...  Other / Varius
July 4th 2017Planetary nebulae discovered and confirmed by amateur astronomers ...  Other / Varius
March 14th 2016Prix Dorothea Klumpke - Issac Roberts...  Other / Varius
Planetary Nebulae
Respect capital letters and spaces !
Example: PN-G 262.4-01.9 or DeGaPe 32
  Front page image: Alv 3
Pa 4 is a large and faint planetary nebula that is one of more than 200 discoveries by the Deep Sky Hunters member Dana Patchick. Originally discovered in 2005, it wasn't spectroscopically confirmed to be a true PN until 2018. ©Bernhard Hubl
  Current classification:
1035 inputs in total, with:
- 110 planetary nebulae
- 32 likely planetary nebulae
- 32 possible planetary nebulae
- 572 new candidates
- 289 other objects
In 2021...
68 inputs have been added to the lists, with:
  PN candidates not published:
There are 299 unpublished PN candidates.
Complete list access: HERE
  Spectroscopic confirmations:
295 observations made
Link to the spectroscopic observations list: HERE
Planetary Nebulae .net
Contacts: - in charge PN and applications: Pascal Le Dû (ledu@shom.fr)
- webmaster: Thomas Petit (petittom@gmail.com)
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The Planetary Nebulae .net website offers all the useful and practical information about the planetary nebulae (candidates), how to apply for a new discovery and how to confirm the candidates. If you would like to contribute to the website, please visit the Data Gathering page and contact us.
Contributors: Pascal Le Dû - Thomas Petit - Olivier Garde - Nicolas Petit - Trygve Prestgard - Jean-Baptiste Feldmann - Lionel Mulato - Sakib Rasool - Dana Patchick - Xavier Strottner - Jean-Baptiste Auroux