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V/127A/mash1
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MASH Catalogues of Planetary Nebulae (Parker+ 2006-2008)
The MASH Catalog of Planetary Nebulae (see also the MASH image gallery)
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1MASH presentationTG209.1-08.206 15 20.4-00 25 49 100.0 100.0R 0Lovely, circular, faint PN with possible CSPN; off edge of SHS on-line; [OIII]>Hβ, Hα only in red
2MASH presentationPG227.3-12.006 33 24.9-18 08 23 17.0 15.0Ea 1Very faint, partial arcuate nebula also observed M1 060100; [NII]∼0.8xHα, strong [SII], only weak Hβ in blue - inconclusive
3MASH presentationTG212.2-04.706 33 09.3-01 35 12 56.0 50.0Ea 0Approximately circular, faint nebula with enhanced southern edge confirmed spectroscopically
4MASH presentationPG214.2-02.406 45 03.5-02 17 52 55.5 46.0Es 1Faint, patchy approximately circular nebula; nothing in blue possible PN; has [NII]∼0.2xHα, inconclusive
5MASH presentationLG223.6-06.806 46 25.4-12 35 56 40.0 37.0E 0Slightly oval very faint PN candidate - has [OIII] and Hα
6MASH presentationLG219.1-03.906 48 43.8-07 19 51 35.0 33.0Ea 1Faint, oval nebula; has [NII]∼0.7xHα, [SII], [OIII]
7MASH presentationTG212.6-00.006 50 40.5+00 13 40 68.0 26.0B 2Bright bipolar! How was it missed? [NII]∼2.6xHα
8MASH presentationTG215.5-01.406 51 07.2-02 57 07 8.5 8.5R 1Small circular PN in plate halo of bright star; has Hα only in red, [OIII]>Hβ, HeII High excitation
9MASH presentationPG221.8-04.206 52 19.4-09 51 36 60.0 46.0Ea 2Arcuate nebula south of star; possible PN. also observed SA 310103,010203; has [NII]∼0.8xHα, strong [SII], [OIII] no Hβ
10MASH presentationPG224.3-05.506 52 20.3-12 40 34 187.0 180.0I 1Faint, extended S-shaped emission nebula, possible evolved PN, also observed M1 080100; has [NII]∼0.8Ha, [OIII], strong [SII], [OIII]>Hβ
11MASH presentationTG222.8-04.206 54 13.4-10 45 38 27.0 16.0E 1PM10; Compact oval PN with associated outer nebula + WR CSPN!
12MASH presentationTG224.3-03.407 00 05.8-11 43 51 49.0 47.0Ea 0Nice, oval PN with enhanced eastern limb; has [NII]∼2xHα, [OIII]>Hβ
13MASH presentationLG221.0-01.407 01 09.3-07 49 21 67.0 66.0Ea 1PM13 Circular ring PN around CSPN EM.star (WEL) with enhanced eastern limb; has [NII]>Hα, [OII] no Hβ
14MASH presentationTG217.2+00.907 02 34.2-03 24 35 52.0 44.5Ea 1Faint, slightly oval PN; has [NII]∼0.7xHα, [OIII]>Hβ
15MASH presentationTG214.6+02.907 04 56.6-00 11 15 14.0 14.0R 2Small, compact circular nebula;[OIII]\glHβ, [NII]∼0.5xHα
16MASH presentationTG227.2-03.407 05 38.5-14 19 05 15.0 15.0E 1Small, circular PN around a faint central star; also observed M1 040100; [NII]∼0.7 Hα, [OIII]\glHβ
17MASH presentationTG222.9-01.107 05 51.4-09 24 11 85.0 80.0B 1Possible bipolar PN; has [NII]∼3xHα, [OIII]>Hβ
18MASH presentationPG237.9-07.207 11 32.0-25 31 24 660.0 600.0Ea 1Large, wispy, appoximately round PN candidate; spectrum has [OIII]>Hβ; look for blue star
19MASH presentationTG226.4-01.307 11 43.3-12 38 03 56.5 55.0Ra 1Almost circular PN; has [NII]∼0.5xHα, strong [OIII] no Hβ
20MASH presentationLG225.2+00.107 14 28.8-10 51 44 7.0 5.0E 0Very small, faint nebula; Hα only in red, weak [OIII] in blue
21MASH presentationTG225.4+00.407 16 08.0-10 53 06 104.5 71.0Em 1Known as possible PN We 2-37, PK225+00 1; multishell PN; has [NII]∼5xHα,[OIII]>Hβ
22MASH presentationTG227.1+00.507 19 46.7-12 22 47 193.0 188.0Ea 1Large, circular PN; confirmed by spectra; [NII]>Hα, [OIII]\glHβ; probable CSPN at 07 19 46.3 -12 22 35; also observed MS180105
23MASH presentationPG215.0+07.407 21 41.0+01 33 31 720.0 720.0A 2Possible one-sided PN; also SA 130204; MS130105; cloud affected need deeper spectrum
24MASH presentationTG238.1-04.607 22 14.3-24 31 02 21.0 20.0R 1Faint, circular disc/ring; has Hα, weak [NII] in red and [OIII]\glHβ; also observed MS070105
25MASH presentationTG229.3+00.007 22 14.9-14 34 49 93.0 60.0Es 0Very faint, oval PN; has [OIII]>Hβ, Hα in red
26MASH presentationTG222.1+03.907 22 17.7-06 21 461150.01100.0Ra 2Large, faint, ring nebula with enhanced NW rim interacting with ISM: Pierce Shell: PFP1
27MASH presentationPG228.1+00.807 22 30.6-13 05 30 44.5 20.5R? 0Faint nebula around star; has PN spectrum in red + continuum. Only Hβ in blue; compact, possible VLE PN
28MASH presentationLG216.0+07.407 23 48.1+00 36 48 80.0 60.0Es 0Known as WC UV object; nebular detection is new; spectrum of central star is a WR; nebula has two arcs and possible more distant arc to NE
29MASH presentationLG234.7-02.207 24 13.1-20 21 49 134.5 54.0A 1Large, very faint diffuse arcuate nebula; has [NII]∼2xHα, nothing in blue
30MASH presentationTG232.6-01.007 24 43.4-17 57 51 171.0 167.5Rs 1Large, faint oval nebula; also observed M1 060100; has [NII]\glHα, nothing in blue; prob CSPN id and position used for nebula centre
31MASH presentationLG230.0+00.507 25 23.6-14 57 10 93.0 63.0E 1Faint, diffuse nebula; also observed M1 060100; has [NII]∼Hα, [OIII]>Hβ
32MASH presentationLG229.0+01.107 25 43.9-13 47 04 63.0 45.0A 1Loop of nebula around group of stars; has [NII]∼2xHα, nothing in blue; peculiar morphology
33MASH presentationTG242.5-05.907 26 04.8-28 58 23 32.5 31.0R 1Small, diffuse PN; [NII]∼0.3xHα, [OIII]\glHβ
34MASH presentationTG232.1-00.107 27 08.3-17 07 14 44.0 31.5B 1Very faint, slightly bipolar PN; has [NII]>Hα, [OIII], no Hβ
35MASH presentationTG228.6+01.907 27 49.0-12 59 30 48.5 47.0E/B 1Faint E-W arcs, poss-bipolar; [NII]>Hα, [OIII]>Hβ
36MASH presentationTG236.7-01.607 30 46.9-21 51 44 27.5 27.0R 2Faint, circular PN; also observed SA290103; [NII]∼0.6xHα, [OIII]\glHβ
37MASH presentationLG239.3-02.707 31 59.6-24 39 04 20.0 18.0E 1Small, circular, possible VLE nebula with CSPN; also observed M1 040100; known as a galaxy LEDA136861 in zoa; has [NII]∼0.3xHα, Hβ no [OIII]
38MASH presentationTG242.6-04.407 32 17.4-28 25 18 38.0 19.0B 2Compact bipolar PN; also observed SA280103; has [NII]∼3xHα; [OIII]>Hβ
39MASH presentationLG236.8-00.407 35 23.3-21 22 42 60.0 57.0Ea 2Oval nebula with enhanced western rim; also observed SA120200; [NII]∼0.6xHα, [OIII]>Hβ
40MASH presentationTG252.4-08.707 36 25.2-39 01 31 28.0 25.5E 2Faint, diffuse PN; has [OIII]\glHβ, [NII]∼0.3xHα
41MASH presentationTG242.3-02.407 39 36.0-27 09 52 450.0 450.0Es 0Peculiar object with striations; spectrum shows strong [NII] emission; also observed MS180105; newly identified CSPN
42MASH presentationTG237.0+00.707 40 22.9-20 55 54 240.0 240.0Ra 1Very large, very faint, vaguely circular nebula; has strong [OIII] no Hβ, [NII]∼Hα; probable CSPN position used for nebula centre
43MASH presentationTG247.5-04.707 42 23.6-32 47 45 180.5 153.0Es 0Quite large, diffuse PN; confirmed spectroscopically; known as possible PN PK 248-05
44MASH presentationLG236.5+02.007 43 53.5-19 51 49 400.0 304.0A 1Very large, faint one-sided ring PN; has [NII]>Hα, relatively strong [SII], nothing in blue; highly redenned; possible CSPN at 07 43 51.2 -19 51 17; also observed MS180105
45MASH presentationTG250.5-05.807 44 34.1-35 53 57 26.0 25.0R 1Faint, round nebula; has [NII]∼0.6xHα, [OIII]\glHβ
46MASH presentationTG250.3-05.407 45 41.1-35 35 04 56.0 46.5Es 1Bright nebula; has [NII]∼Hα, no Hβ, strong [OIII], possible bright CSPN
47MASH presentationTG238.5+01.707 47 18.8-21 46 50 143.0  Ra 1Quite large, faint, semi-circular PN; has strong [OIII], Hα>[NII]
48MASH presentationTG243.5-01.107 47 21.3-27 29 17 20.0 20.0Er 1Small, ring PN; has [NII]>Hα, [OIII]>Hβ
49MASH presentationPG248.3-03.607 48 32.1-32 58 16 23.0 22.0R 1Diffuse, isolated, circular nebulosity in obscured region;[NII]∼0.3xHα, nothing in blue; possible VLE PN; compact MSX A-band source
50MASH presentationTG244.6-00.307 53 09.6-28 03 05 73.0 56.5Es 1Extended, diffuse emission; has [NII]∼2xHα, [OIII], no Hβ
Result truncated to 50 rows
V/127A/mash2
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MASH Catalogues of Planetary Nebulae (Parker+ 2006-2008)
The MASH Catalog of Planetary Nebulae (see also the MASH-II image gallery)
image/fits
(335 rows)
img(gal)
start AladinLite
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n_

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Morph

Comments

1TG216.9-05.206 39 58.1-05 54 57 10.0 10.0  SAdjacent to star.
2TG215.7-03.906 42 18.4-04 17 49 888.0 560.0BEarVery large fractured arc with E component.
3TG229.0-08.706 49 02.7-18 16 38 12.0 9.0  Es  
4TG234.9-09.706 56 00.0-23 56 49 170.0 170.0BR  
5TG237.4-09.607 00 51.8-26 07 18 162.0 50.0BA  
6LG225.5-02.507 05 37.2-12 24 52 20.0 20.0BRa  
7TG237.3-08.407 05 45.5-25 28 50 124.0 45.0BBs  
8TG219.1+03.007 13 47.9-04 05 08 68.0 58.0  BsPHR1244-6231 analogue.
9TG219.5+02.807 13 51.0-04 32 51 142.0 110.0B?Ea  
10TG240.6-07.707 15 02.3-28 05 44 19.0 19.0  R  
11TG223.1+01.407 15 32.4-08 26 49 30.0 28.0  BsBipolar with pinched waist.
12LG228.0-00.407 17 57.5-13 34 08 192.0 90.0B?BamsBipolar with v.faint outer lobes. Possibly related to Thor's Helmet.
13TG245.1-05.507 33 24.1-31 08 05 697.0 492.0BBmsLarge, faint bipolar.
14TG222.5+07.607 36 23.1-05 00 20 88.0 55.0BE  
15TG237.6-00.107 38 06.5-21 55 31 10.0 10.0  S  
16TG231.1+03.907 39 50.6-14 18 26 153.0 150.0BRas  
17TG245.0+02.208 03 54.2-27 06 02 230.0 190.0BRs  
18TG258.0-03.208 15 56.9-40 53 08 407.0 245.0BAs  
19TG250.5+01.908 16 20.8-31 51 00 44.0 44.0BR  
20TG261.9-05.308 18 16.8-45 17 57 57.0 22.0BAm  
21TG254.1+00.508 20 50.4-35 36 01 12.0 10.0  Ears  
22TG265.8-05.208 31 36.6-48 31 23 9.0 8.0  R  
23TG276.1-11.908 35 07.3-60 39 43 21.0 17.0BEFlocculent oval nebula.
24TG265.5-02.608 42 59.9-46 41 25 8.0 8.0  R  
25TG266.9-03.508 43 53.7-48 21 22 16.0 10.0  Bam  
26TG250.6+09.308 44 37.9-27 37 15 120.0 118.0BEaStrong enhancement to SE.
27TG263.1+04.309 04 02.3-40 22 20 490.0 490.0BRa  
28LG264.6+03.809 07 24.3-41 46 14 280.0 280.0BR  
29TG264.5+05.009 11 45.6-40 51 59 150.0 100.0BEa  
30TG274.8-04.209 13 20.6-54 45 36 7.0 7.0  R  
31TG265.6+09.509 32 17.9-38 27 29 6.0 6.0  S  
32TG280.1-05.109 36 43.6-59 05 17 138.0 131.0B?EaStrong enhancement to NW.
33TG280.9-05.309 40 26.3-59 45 44 8.0 7.0  E  
34TG276.5+03.109 54 37.5-50 26 57 11.0 10.0  Es  
35TG284.0-04.710 03 03.3-61 14 28 71.0 61.0  EaEnhancement to E.
36TG279.2+03.110 08 30.4-52 02 16 13.0 13.0  E  
37TG286.1-02.010 29 07.7-60 14 04 85.0 54.0  EprFaint oval with opposed enhancements.
38TG289.4-03.810 46 23.7-63 27 09 8.0 8.0  Ear  
39TG289.5-03.810 46 45.7-63 28 11 7.0 6.0  E  
40PG287.4+00.210 47 13.2-58 49 23 6.0 6.0  EaSymbiotic Nebula?
41TG288.2+00.410 53 32.0-59 03 02 10.0 10.0  RSPH106 ``unknown emission object'' (Schwartz et al. 1990).
42PG293.2-09.510 54 27.3-70 13 12 516.0 494.0BEmlarge blob with external arc, no detection in spectrum
43TG290.1-02.510 57 09.6-62 33 40 7.0 7.0  Rrs  
44TG289.8+00.511 04 48.8-59 37 12 70.0 50.0  IasFP1554-5651 analogue.
45TG289.8+00.711 06 03.6-59 25 40 6.0 6.0  R  
46TG292.4-00.711 21 21.7-61 46 06 7.0 6.0  E  
47TG289.7+06.911 21 53.2-53 39 04 9.0 6.0  Ea  
48TG293.1-00.011 28 12.9-61 21 03 7.0 7.0  S  
49TG292.4+02.111 28 48.7-59 02 41 9.0 9.0  R  
50TG294.7-02.411 35 46.4-64 06 19 12.0 10.0  EaEnhancement to S.
Result truncated to 50 rows
V/127A/sp
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MASH Catalogues of Planetary Nebulae (Parker+ 2006-2008)
*List of spectra available in "sp" subdirectory (1657 rows) (Note)
 
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1PPA1751-2933_SA280603.fitsG000.0-01.32003-06-28
2PPA1751-2933_6D200803.fitsG000.0-01.32003-08-20
3PHR1752-2953_FL070799LD.fitsG000.0-01.81999-07-07
4PHR1752-2953_FL110799LD.fitsG000.0-01.81999-07-10
5PHR1752-2953_FL110799HD.fitsG000.0-01.81999-07-11
6PHR1752-2953_FL120899HD.fitsG000.0-01.81999-08-12
7PHR1752-2953_FL040700HD.fitsG000.0-01.82000-07-04
8PPA1752-2953_SA270603.fitsG000.0-01.82003-06-27
9PHR1752-2953_6D200803.fitsG000.0-01.82003-08-20
10PHR1738-2748_FL130899HD.fitsG000.1+01.91999-08-14
11PHR1738-2746_FL130899HD.fitsG000.1+02.01999-08-14
12PHR1724-2543_FL130899HD.fitsG000.1+05.71999-08-14
13PHR1752-2941_FL040700HD.fitsG000.1-01.72000-07-04
14PHR1759-3030_FL090799HD.fitsG000.2-03.41999-07-09
15PHR1759-3030_FL090799LD.fitsG000.2-03.41999-07-09
16PHR1759-3030_FL120899HD.fitsG000.2-03.41999-08-12
17PHR1759-3030_MS060700B.fitsG000.2-03.42000-07-06
18PHR1759-3030_MS060700R.fitsG000.2-03.42000-07-06
19PHR1759-3030_6D220701HD.fitsG000.2-03.42001-07-22
20PHR1733-2655_FL130899HD.fitsG000.3+03.21999-08-14
21PHR1733-2647_FL130899HD.fitsG000.3+03.41999-08-14
22PPA1730-2621_6D190803.fitsG000.3+04.22003-08-19
23PHR1729-2614_FL130899HD.fitsG000.3+04.51999-08-14
24PHR1729-2614_MS250601B.fitsG000.3+04.52001-06-25
25PHR1729-2614_MS250601R.fitsG000.3+04.52001-06-25
26PHR1725-2534_FL130899HD.fitsG000.3+05.61999-08-14
27PHR1725-2534_SA240600.fitsG000.3+05.62000-06-24
28PHR1725-2534_MS070703B.fitsG000.3+05.62003-07-07
29PHR1725-2534_MS070703R.fitsG000.3+05.62003-07-07
30PHR1718-2441_MS090702B.fitsG000.3+07.32002-07-09
31PHR1718-2441_MS090702R.fitsG000.3+07.32002-07-09
32PHR1718-2441_MS040703R.fitsG000.3+07.32003-07-04
33PHR1718-2441_MS140604R.fitsG000.3+07.32004-06-14
34PHR1752-2930_FL040700HD.fitsG000.3-01.62000-07-04
35PPA1729-2611_SA270603.fitsG000.4+04.42003-06-27
36PHR1735-2659_FL130899HD.fitsG000.5+02.81999-08-14
37PHR1734-2644_FL130899HD.fitsG000.6+03.11999-08-14
38PHR1734-2644_6D220701HD.fitsG000.6+03.12001-07-22
39PHR1734-2644_SA220702.fitsG000.6+03.12002-07-22
40PPA1810-3104_SA290603.fitsG000.8-05.72003-06-29
41PPA1810-3104_SA290603_a.fitsG000.8-05.72003-06-29
42PPA1740-2708_SA250603.fitsG000.9+01.82003-06-25
43PHR1801-2947_FL070799LD.fitsG000.9-03.31999-07-07
44PHR1801-2947_FL110799LD.fitsG000.9-03.31999-07-10
45PHR1801-2947_FL110799HD.fitsG000.9-03.31999-07-11
46PHR1801-2947_6D220701HD.fitsG000.9-03.32001-07-22
47PHR1804-3016_FL090799HD.fitsG000.9-04.21999-07-09
48PHR1804-3016_FL090799LD.fitsG000.9-04.21999-07-09
49PHR1804-3016_FL120899HD.fitsG000.9-04.21999-08-12
50PHR1804-3016_SA250600.fitsG000.9-04.22000-06-25
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