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List Of Papers Presented at the Asymmetrical Planetary Nebulae II Conference

Note: the following table contains links to papers presented at APNII as submitted to the astro-ph preprint service, prior to editing and inclusion in the proceedings book (to appear as Volume 199 of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series). To order the book from the ASP, please click here.

Paper

Authors
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Page
I. Overview of Key Theory and Observation

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A Retrospective: Interacting Winds Theory, Two Decades Later
S. Kwok
9
A. Manchado et al.
17
25
Planetary Nebulae with the Hubble Space Telescope
Y. Terzian & A.R. Hajian
33
41
II. Mass Loss and Stellar Evolution: Setting the Stage for Asymmetrical Planetary Nebulae
Properties of AGB Star Progenitors
P.R. Wood
51
D. Schonberner & M. Steffen
59
Asymmetric Outflows in Miras
M. Karovska, K. Wood, & W. Hack
67
71
VLBA Detection of Bipolar OH 1612 MHz Maser Emission Toward OH 37.1-0.8
Y. Gomez & L.F. Rodriguez
75
Is the Outflow from RT Vir Bipolar or Rotating?
J.A. Yates et al.
79
Accretion Disks around Late AGB Stars: Restrictions and Characteristics
M. Reyes-Ruiz & J.A. Lopez
83
High Resolution CO Observations of Evolved Stars Imaged with the BIMA Array and Some ISO Results
D. Fong et al.
87
M. Marengo et al.
91
Y. Simis, C. Dominik & V. Icke
95
AGB Star Polar Breakout and the Origin of Aspherical Planetary Nebulae
R.E. Stencel
99
Prospects for Mid-infrared Imaging and Polarimetry with Denver's TNTCAM2
R.E. Stencel
101
III. Shaping the AGB Wind: Binarity, Pre-planetary Nebulae, Etc.
Mass Transfer/Loss from AGB Stars in Close Binaries
I. Iben, Jr.
107
115
The Formation of Very Narrow Waist Bipolar Planetary Nebulae
S.A. Rappaport & N. Soker
125
135
Mid-infrared Imaging of Pre-planetary Nebulae
M. Morris & R. Sahai
143
147
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Imaging Linear Polarimetry of Proto-planetary Nebulae: the Origins of Asymmetry
T. Gledhill, J. Yates, & A. Chrysostomou
151
Optical Imaging of Proto-planetary Nebulae
B.J. Hrivnak, S. Kwok, & K.Y.L. Su
155
K.Y.L. Su, K. Volk, & S. Kwok
159
K.Y.L. Su et al.
163
Near-Infrared Continuum, H 2 Line and Polarimetric Imaging of Three Proto-Planetary Nebulae with HST
R. Sahai et al.
167
T. Bourke et al.
171
175
Modification of AGB Wind in a Binary System
A. Frankowski & R. Tylenda
179
HST/NICMOS Near-IR Imaging of the Proto-planetary Nebula OH 231.8+4.2
J.H. Bieging et al.
183
187
G.C. Van de Steene, P.R. Wood, & P.A.M. van Hoof
191
T. Ueta, M. Meixner, & M. Bobrowsky
195
IV. Shaping the Planetary Nebula: Wind-Blown Bubbles, Magnetohydrodynamics, and Young Planetary Nebulae
A Debate: Single Stars or Binary Systems as Progenitors of Bipolar Planetary Nebulae?
V. Bujarrabal et al.
201
Hubble Space Telescope Observations of Young Planetary Nebulae
R. Sahai
209
217
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HST/NICMOS Observations of the Planetary Nebula NGC 7027
A. Dayal et al.
221
225
Magnetohydrodynamic Models for Planetary Nebulae
G. Garcia-Segura et al.
235
Jets in Planetary Nebulae
M. Livio
243
High Resolution Spectroscopy of the Nuclei of the Bipolar Planetary Nebulae M 2-9 and M 1-91
A. Arrieta & S. Torres-Peimbert
255
A Thermal Radio Jet from the Central Post-AGB Star in the Bipolar Planetary Nebula M2-9
J. Lim & S. Kwok
259
HST/NICMOS Imaging of the Planetary Nebula BD+30 3639
W.B. Latter et al.
263
J.L. Hora et al.
267
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[FeII] Bubbles in Hubble 12
C.A. Welch et al.
271
V. Planetary Nebula Chemistry and Structure on Large and Small Scales
277
R. Lucas, P. Cox, & P.J. Huggins
285
Abundances and Morphology in Planetary Nebulae
S.R. Pottasch
289
A. Riera et al.
297
On the Puzzle of the Anomalous Oxygen Recombination Lines in Planetary Nebulae
H.L. Dinerstein, C.F. Lafon, & D.R. Garnett
301
305
F. Kerber et al.
313
A Spatio-Kinematic Study of the Interaction of the PN NGC 246 with the Interstellar Medium
C. Muthu, B.G. Anandarao, & S.R. Pottasch
317
E. Villaver, A. Manchado, & G. Garcia-Segura
321
Absorption Lines from Neutral Envelopes of Planetary Nebulae
R.S. French, H.L. Dinerstein, & C. Sneden
325
K.B. Kwitter & R.B.C. Henry
329
Near-Infrared Observations of Molecular Hydrogen Emission in Planetary Nebulae
L. Likkel et al.
333
T. Rauch et al.
337
T. Rauch et al.
341
VI. Microstructures and Kinematics
J. Alcolea et al.
347
J.H. Kastner, I. Gatley, & D.A. Weintraub
355
J.A. Lopez et al.
363
Mass-loaded Jet Models of FLIERS in Planetary Nebulae
J.E. Dyson & M.P. Redman
367
371
379
J.P. Harrington & K.J. Borkowski
383
Kinematics of the Molecular Hydrogen in the Planetary Nebula NGC 2346
L. Arias & M. Rosado
387
ISO Spectroscopy and Optical Morphology of Proto-planetary Nebulae and Young Planetary Nebulae
P. Garcia-Lario et al.
391
Morphology and Kinematics of the High Excitation Planetary Nebula Hb 5
P. Pishmish, M. Manteiga, & A. Mampaso Recio
397
H. Monteiro, C. Morisset, R. Gruenwald, & S. M. Viegas
401
Kinematics of the Asymmetrical Planetary Nebula IC 4593
J.A. O'Connor et al.
405
The Dramatic Hypersonic Knotty Outflow from MyCn 18
M.P. Redman et al.
409
W. Steffen & J.A. Lopez
413
VII. Connections and the Future
Y.-H. Chu, M.A. Guerrero, & R.A. Gruendl
419
Do the Nuclei of Elliptical Galaxies Eat Planetary Nebulae?
M.A. Dopita et al.
423
431
The R Coronae Borealis Star - Planetary Nebula Connection
G.C. Clayton
437
Magellanic Cloud Planetary Nebulae: A Fresh Look at the Relations between Nebular and Stellar Evolution
L. Stanghellini et al.
441
445
449
453
457

 

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