Planetary nebulae in the sagittarius dwarf spheroidal galaxys

Albert A. Zijlstra, Krzysztof Gesicki, Jeremy Walsh, Daniel Péquignot

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    Abstract

    The Sagittarius dwarf galaxy (Sgr) is a satellite of the Galaxy, located behind the Galactic Bulge. It is the nearest extra-galactic system, at a distance of 25 kpc. Sgr contains three known planetary nebulae (PNe) (two from Zijlstra & Walsh 1996, and one new identification). Together with the single PN in Fornax, these are the only PNe known in dwarf spheroidal galaxies. © 2006 Springer.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationESO Astrophysics Symposia|ESO Astrophys. Symp.
    Pages215-216
    Number of pages1
    Volume2006
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2006

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