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Physics and chemistry of gas in planetary nebulae

Bernard Salas, J., 2003, Groningen: s.n.. 183 p.

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  • Jeronimo Bernard Salas
Stars are born, live and die similarly to any human being in the Universe. This thesis deals with the final stages of evolution (life) experíenced by stars like our Sun prior to their death, the so-called Planetary Nebula phase. In 5 billion years our Sun also will experience this phase and will become a Planetary Nebula: a shell of gas, which is the remnant of what was once the envelope of the star. This material slowly coasts away from the star and will eventually merge with other material in space. ... Zie: Summary
Original languageEnglish
QualificationDoctor of Philosophy
Award date30-Sep-2003
Place of PublicationGroningen
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Print ISBNs9036718961
Publication statusPublished - 2003

    Keywords

  • Proefschriften (vorm), Gassen, Interplanetaire materie, Planetaire nevels, Astrochemie, Astrofysica, 39.22

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