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An empirical analysis of the stellar wind and Planetary Nebulae of the [WC10] central stars CPD–56° 8032 and He 2–113
Symposium - International astronomical union
[WC] stars are H–deficient central stars of PN which have developed a dense, fast stellar wind. Their spectra can mimic the spectra of massive (Min∼5OM⊙) Wolf-Rayet stars of the carbon sequence. Deriving their parameters is of importance both in understanding the PN and the Wolf-Rayet phenomena. Spectra of both objects were obtained at the AAT in May 1993 with the UCL Echelle Spectrograph (3500–9200 å, R=50,0000). The reddening, determined from comparing the Hβnebular line fluxes with radiodoi:10.1017/s0074180900129900 fatcat:ko4kj7rc2vblhao3mz4lrkrbje