# The coordinated radio and infrared survey for high-mass star formation – IV. A new radio-selected sample of compact galactic planetary nebulae

@article{Irabor2018TheCR,
title={The coordinated radio and infrared survey for high-mass star formation – IV. A new radio-selected sample of compact galactic planetary nebulae},
author={T. Irabor and Melvin Hoare and Ren{\'e} D. Oudmaijer and James S. Urquhart and Stanley Kurtz and S. L. Lumsden and Cormac R. Purcell and Albert A. Zijlstra and G. Umana},
journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
year={2018}
}
• Published 25 March 2018
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