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Paper: A Retrospective: Interacting Winds Theory, Two Decades Later
Volume: 199, Asymmetrical Planetary Nebulae II: From Origins to Microstructures
Page: 9
Authors: Kwok, Sun
Abstract: The role of the interacting stellar winds (ISW) model in our modern understanding of planetary nebulae formation and evolution is reviewed. The physical origin of the observed morphological diversity of planetary nebulae is discussed in terms of the ISW model. The possibility that the observed morphological classes of planetary nebulae can be explained by a universal model is also considered.
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