J-PLUS: Tools to identify compact planetary nebulae in the Javalambre and southern photometric local Universe surveys

DOI: 
10.1051/0004-6361/201935700
Publication date: 
01/01/2020
Main author: 
Gutiérrez-Soto, L. A.
IAA authors: 
Guerrero, M. A.
Authors: 
Gutiérrez-Soto, L. A.;Gonçalves, D. R.;Akras, S.;Cortesi, A.;López-Sanjuan, C.;Guerrero, M. A.;Daflon, S.;Borges Fernandes, M.;Mendes de Oliveira, C.;Ederoclite, A.;Sodré, L.;Pereira, C. B.;Kanaan, A.;Werle, A.;Vázquez Ramió, H.;Alcaniz, J. S.;Angulo, R. E.;Cenarro, A. J.;Cristóbal-Hornillos, D.;Dupke, R. A.;Hernández-Monteagudo, C.;Marín-Franch, A.;Moles, M.;Varela, J.;Ribeiro, T.;Schoenell, W.;Alvarez-Candal, A.;Galbany, L.;Jiménez-Esteban, F. M.;Logroño-García, R.;Sobral, D.
Journal: 
Astronomy and Astrophysics
Refereed: 
Yes
Publication type: 
Article
Volume: 
633
Pages: 
A123
Abstract: 
Context. From the approximately 3500 planetary nebulae (PNe) discovered in our Galaxy, only 14 are known to be members of the Galactic halo. Nevertheless, a systematic search for halo PNe has never been performed. <BR /> Aims: In this study, we present new photometric diagnostic tools to identify compact PNe in the Galactic halo by making use of the novel 12-filter system projects, Javalambre Photometric Local Universe Survey (J-PLUS) and Southern-Photometric Local Universe Survey (S-PLUS). <BR /> Methods: We reconstructed the Isaac Newton Telescope Photometric Hα Survey of the Northern Galactic Plane diagnostic diagram and propose four new ones using (i) the J-PLUS and S-PLUS synthetic photometry for a grid of photo-ionisation models of halo PNe, (ii) several observed halo PNe, as well as (iii) a number of other emission-line objects that resemble PNe. All colour-colour diagnostic diagrams are validated using two known halo PNe observed by J-PLUS during the scientific verification phase and the first data release (DR1) of S-PLUS and the DR1 of J-PLUS. <BR /> Results: By applying our criteria to the DR1s (~1190 deg<SUP>2</SUP>), we identified one PN candidate. However, optical follow-up spectroscopy proved it to be a H II region belonging to the UGC 5272 galaxy. Here, we also discuss the PN and two H II galaxies recovered by these selection criteria. Finally, the cross-matching with the most updated PNe catalogue (HASH) helped us to highlight the potential of these surveys, since we recover all the known PNe in the observed area. <BR /> Conclusions: The tools here proposed to identify PNe and separate them from their emission-line contaminants proved to be very efficient thanks to the combination of many colours, even when applied - like in the present work - to an automatic photometric search that is limited to compact PNe.
Database: 
ADS
URL: 
https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/#abs/2020A&A...633A.123G/abstract
ADS Bibcode: 
2020A&A...633A.123G
Keywords: 
surveys;planetary nebulae: general;binaries: symbiotic;ISM: lines and bands;techniques: photometric;Astrophysics - Astrophysics of Galaxies;Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics