ETHOS 1: a high-latitude planetary nebula with jets forged by a post-common-envelope binary central star

@article{Miszalski2011ETHOS1A,
  title={ETHOS 1: a high-latitude planetary nebula with jets forged by a post-common-envelope binary central star},
  author={Brent Miszalski and Romano L. M. Corradi and Henri M. J. Boffin and D. Jones and Laurence Sabin and Miguel Santander-Garc'ia and Pablo Rodr'iguez-Gil and M. M. Rubio-D'iez},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2011},
  volume={413},
  pages={1264-1274}
}
We report on the discovery of ETHOS 1 (PN G068.1+11.0), the first spectroscopically confirmed planetary nebula (PN) from a survey of the SuperCOSMOS Science Archive for high-latitude PNe. ETHOS 1 stands out as one of the few PNe to have both polar outflows (jets) travelling at 120 ± 10 km/s and a close binary central star. The lightcurve observed with the Mercator telescope reveals an orbital period of 0.535 days and an extremely large amplitude (0.816 mag) due to irradiation of the companion… 

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