PHR 1315−6555: a bipolar planetary nebula in the compact Hyades-age open cluster ESO 96-SC04

@article{Parker2011PHR1A,
  title={PHR 1315−6555: a bipolar planetary nebula in the compact Hyades-age open cluster ESO 96-SC04},
  author={Quentin A. Parker and David J. Frew and Brent Miszalski and Anna V. Kovacevic and Peter M. Frinchaboy and Paul D. Dobbie and J. Taal-Van Koppen},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2011},
  volume={413},
  pages={1835-1844}
}
We present a detailed study of a bipolar, possible Type I planetary nebula (PN), PHR 1315−6555 (PN G305.3−03.1), which was discovered as part of the Macquarie/AAO/Strasbourg Hα planetary nebula project (MASH), and that we considered at the time was an excellent candidate for membership of the distant, compact, intermediate-age open cluster, ESO 96-SC04. The strong evidence for this association is presented here, making this the only known example of a PN physically associated with a Galactic… 

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