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The Survival of Planetary Nebulae in the Intracluster Medium
The stellar population stripped from galaxies in clusters evolve under the extreme conditions imposed by the intracluster (IC) medium. Intracluster stars generally suffer very high systemic velocities, and evolve within a rarefied and extremely hot IC medium. We present numerical simulations which aim to explore the evolution and survival of IC Asymptotic Giant Branch (AGB) envelopes and Planetary Nebula (PN) shells. Our models reflect the evolution of a low-mass star under the observeddoi:10.1086/433183 fatcat:6f7l5t3snrgltfbvoaiva2ivqm