1. System of Planetary Nebulae


  1. 7. On the Determination of Distances of Planetary Nebulae
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 11, 64 (1960)
  2. 12. Some Physical Characteristics of Planetary Nebulae and their Evolution
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 12, 213 (1961)
  3. 15. A New Distance Scale and the Optical Thickness of Planetary Nebulae
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 13, 71 (1962)
  4. 16. Nekteré fysikální vlastnosti a vývoj planetárních mlhovin
    Thesis, Praha 1961
  5. 18. New Planetary Nebulae
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 13, 120 (1962)
  6. 19. New Planetary Nebulae
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 14, 70 (1963)
  7. 23. Contribution to the Problem of the Origin of Novae and Planetary Nebulae
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 15, 81 (1964)
  8. 25. New Planetary Nebulae
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 15, 162 (1964)
  9. 28. Positions of Planetary Nebulae (with Z. Pekný, L. Perek)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 16, 189 (1965)
  10. 30. Hamburg Schmidt-Camera Survey of Faint Planetary Nebulae
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 16, 221 (1965) = Mitt. Hamb. Sternw. 11, Nr.124
  11. 31. Catalogue of Galactic Planetary Nebulae (CGPN) (with L. Perek)
    Academia Praha 1966
  12. 36. Morphological Study of Planetary Nebulae. I. Observed Forms of Planetary Nebulae (with G.S. Hromov)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 19, 1 (1968)
  13. 37. Morphological Study of Planetary Nebulae. II. Spatial Structure of Planetary Nebulae (with G.S. Hromov)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 19, 81 (1968)
  14. 38. Morphological Study of Planetary Nebulae. III. Unclassified and Peculiar Objects (with G.S. Hromov)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 19, 90 (1968)
  15. 40. Morphological Study of Planetary Nebulae (with G.S. Hromov)
    IAU Symp. No.34: Planetary Nebulae (1967) (Invited Paper)
  16. 50. Hamburg Schmidt-Camera Survey of Faint Planetary Nebula. Galactic Anticenter Region
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 20, 307 (1969)
  17. 58. New Planetary Nebulae
    A&A 13, 493 (1971)
  18. 59. Hamburg Schmidt-Camera Survey of Faint Planetary Nebulae. Cygnus-Perseus Region
    A&A 16, 291 (1972)
  19. 77. New Southern Planetary Nebulae
    A&A 59, 137 (1977)
  20. 81. New and Misclassified Planetary Nebulae, (Supplement 1 to CGPN)
    IAU Symp. No.76: Planetary Nebulae, 47 (1978)
  21. 102. New and Misclassified Planetary Nebulae, (Supplement 2 to CGPN)
    IAU Symp. No.103: Planetary Nebulae, 17 (1983)
  22. 110. Spectroscopic Verification of Suspected Planetary Nebulae. I. (with R. Pauls)
    A&A Suppl.60, 87 (1985)
  23. 111. Spectroscopic Verification of Suspected Planetary Nebulae. II. (with R.M. West)
    A&A Suppl.60, 91 (1985)
  24. 118. New and Misclassified Planetary Nebulae, (Supplement 3 to CGPN)
    IAU Symp. No.131: Planetary Nebulae, 29 (1989)
  25. 124. New and Misclassified Planetary Nebulae, (Supplement 4 to CGPN)
    IAU Symp. No.155: Planetary Nebulae, poster I-4 (1992)
  26. 127. New and Misclassified Planetary Nebulae, (Supplement 4 to CGPN)
    Astron. Nachr. 315, 63 (1994)
  27. 130. New Planetary Nebulae Towards the Galactic Bulge. I. Objects in the Central Area
    Astron. Nachr. 315, 235 (1994)
  28. 131. Spectroscopic Verification of Suspected Planetary Nebulae. III. (with R. Pauls)
    Astron. Nachr. 315, 409 (1994)
  29. 132. Planetary Nebulae in the Direction of the Galactic Bulge
    I. New Radial Velocities based on Image-tube Spectra (with R. Pauls)
    A&A Suppl. 111, 493 (1995)
  30. 137. New and Misclassified Planetary Nebulae, (Supplement 5 to CGPN)
    IAU Symp. No.180: Planetary Nebulae,(1996), poster, Abstract


2. Planetary Nebulae: Individual Objects


  1. 26. Photographic Spectrophotometry of Two New Southern Planetaries
    PASP 76, 435 (1964) = Mitt. Hamb. Sternw. 24, Nr.288
  2. 33. A Study of Planetary Nebula NGC 1514.
    I. The Double-Star Hypothesis for the Planetary Nucleus Based on Photoelectric Photometry
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 18, 103 (1967)
  3. 35. A Study of Planetary Nebula NGC 1514.
    II. Spectroscopic Investigation of the Central Star (with J. Hekela)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 18, 203 (1967)
  4. 44. A Study of Planetary Nebula NGC 1514.
    III. Isophotic Contours and the Spatial Model of the Nebula
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 19, 285 (1968)
  5. 45. Spectrophotometry of a Super-dense Planetary Nebula M 3-27
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 19, 371 (1968)
  6. 46. Some Physical Characteristics of Very Young Planetary Nebulae and of their Nuclei
    Proc. Symp. Liège (1968) = Mém. Soc. Roy. Sci. Liège, sér.V., t.XVI., 299
  7. 65. On the Nature of the Central Star of NGC 2346 (with G. Senkbeil)
    Mém. Soc. Roy. Sci. Liège, 6e série, tome V, 485 (1973)
  8. 71. Concerning the Nature of the Nebula V-V 1-7 Surrounding BD-18 1967 (with R. Wehmeyer)
    A&A 41, 451 (1975)
  9. 78. Central Star of NGC 3132: a Visual Binary (with S. Laustsen)
    A&A 61, 761 (1977)
  10. 88. On the Radial Velocity of the Central Star of NGC 1360 (with R. Wehmeyer)
    A&A 78, 39 (1979)
  11. 90. On the Structure of the Nebula M 2-9 (with J. Surdej)
    A&A 85, 161 (1980)
  12. 92. Study of Selected Stellar Planetary Nebulae (with W. Martin)
    A&A 94, 365 (1981)
  13. 93. Study of Compact Planetary Nebulae. I. Absolute Fluxes (with W. Martin)
    A&A Suppl. 44, 325 (1981)
  14. 101. Observations of Bipolar Planetary Nebula 19W32
    A&A 115, 420 (1982)
  15. 103. Concerning the Temperature of Central Stars of Planetary Nebulae (with W. Martin)
    IAU Symp. No.103: Planetary Nebulae, 534 (1983)
  16. 114. Study of the Planetary Nebula NGC 2818. I. Photometry of the Central Star
    (with M.L. Roth-Höppner, S. Laustsen)
    A&A 162, 232 (1986)
  17. 116. Symbiotic Star AS 201: a Planetary Nebula
    Ap. Space Sci. 131, 781 (1987)
  18. 117. Study of AG Carinae. I. The 1977 Spectrum of the Star (with D. Hutsemékers)
    A&A Suppl. 73, 217 (1988)
  19. 129. Study of the Bipolar Planetary Nebula NGC 2346
    I. Historical Photometry of the Central Star
    A&A Suppl. 113, 107 (1995)
  20. 133. CPD-56 8032: A very Low-excitation Planetary Nebula
    Coll. Bamberg: Hydrogen-Deficient Stars,
    ASP Conference Series 96, 219 (1996) - poster
  21. 134. Morphology of the Planetary Nebula Lo 4
    Coll. Bamberg: Hydrogen-Deficient Stars,
    ASP Conference Series 96, 217 (1996) - poster
  22. 135. Study of the Planetary Nebula NGC 2438.
    I. Spectroscopy of the Nebula and of some Cluster Stars (with R. Pauls)
    Astron. Nachr. 317, 413 (1996)


3. Planetary Nebulae: Variable and Binary Central Stars


  1. 24. Planetary Nebula in Pyxis with Variable Nucleus?
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 15, 161 (1964)
  2. 32. Photographic Study of the Variability in Bright Central Stars of Planetary Nebulae on AGK2 and AGK3 Plates
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 17, 318 (1966) = Mitt. Hamb. Sternw. 12, Nr.130
  3. 41. The Binary-Star Hypothesis for the Nucleus of NGC 1514
    IAU Symp. No.34: Planetary Nebulae, 324 (1967)
  4. 89. Sh 2-71: New Variable Central Star of a Possible Planetary Nebula
    I.B.V.S. No.1672 (1979)
  5. 97. Central Star of Planetary Nebula NGC 2346: New Eclipsing Binary
    I.B.V.S. No.2113 (1982)
  6. 99. Study of Planetary Nebula K 1-2 and its Variable Nucleus (with G.F.O. Schnur)
    MNRAS 201, 21 (1982)
  7. 105. Recent Photometry of the Central Star of NGC 2346
    MNRAS 204, 93P (1983)
  8. 113. Photometry of the Variable Central Star of Planetary Nebula NGC 2346
    in February 1984 (with W.E. Celnik)
    I.B.V.S. No. 2759 (1985)
  9. 122. Light-changes of the Central Star of Planetary Nebula NGC 2346 in January 1991
    I.B.V.S. No.3584 (1991)
    IAU Circ. No.5181 (1991)
  10. 123. Further Observations of Light-changes of the Central Star of Planetary Nebula NGC 2346
    at the Beginning of 1991 (with L. Mantegazza, O. Hainaut)
    I.B.V.S. No.3694 (1992)
  11. 126. Photometric Observation of the Central Star of the Planetary Nebula
    NGC 2346 in 1991/1992 (with H.-G. Grothues)
    Astron. Nachr. 314, 297 (1993)


4. Variable Stars


  1. 39. The Outburst of Nova Delphini 1967. II. Photoelectric Observations at Ondrejov in 1967 (with J. Grygar, P. Harmanec)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 19, 101 (1968)
  2. 47. Nova Vulpeculae 1968 No.2
    IAU Circ. Nos. 2106, 2108, 2111 (1968)
  3. 48. The Outburs of Nova Delphini 1967 (=HR Del). III. Photoelectric Observations at Ondrejov in 1968 (with J. Grygar)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 20, 156 (1969)
  4. 49. Nova Vulpeculae 1968 No.1. I. Photoelectric Observations at Ondrejov in 1968 (with J.Grygar)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 20, 226 (1969)
  5. 53. HBV 475: a New Peculiar Emission Object in Cygnus
    I.B.V.S. Budapest No.384 (1969)
  6. 55. HBV 475: Evolution Stage of a Planetary Nebula? (with D. Crampton, J. Grygar, R. Viotti)
    Ap. Letters 6, 5 (1970)
  7. 56. Photometry of the Peculiar Emission Object HBV 475 (with H. Bossen)
    Ap. Letters 6, 157 (1970)
  8. 63. New Variable Star in the Open Cluster NGC 7128
    I.B.V.S. Budapest No. 683 (1972)
  9. 64. Photometry of Nova Cephei 1971 (with P. Klawitter)
    A&A Suppl. 11, 347 (1973)
  10. 80. Spectrophotometry of Nova Delphini 1967 (with H. Drechsel, J. Rahe, H.W. Duerbeck, W.C. Seitter)
    A&A Suppl. 30, 323 (1977) = Veröff. Bamberg XII, Nr.130
  11. 84. The Supernova 1973f in NGC 4944 (with Ch.T. Kowal)
    PASP 90, 565 (1978)
    IAU Circ. No.2521 (1973) - discovery
  12. 85. A New Eclipsing Binary in Vela
    I.B.V.S. No.1532 (1979)
  13. 86. On the 3 Hour Variation of Nova Cygni 1975 (with T. Kleine)
    A&A 76, 133 (1979)
  14. 91. Light Variability of Nova Delphini 1967 in 1977 and 1979 (with R. Pauls)
    A&A 92, 200 (1980)
  15. 94. Light Variability of Nova Delphini 1967 in 1980 (with R. Pauls, H.-M. Steinbach)
    I.B.V.S. No.1991 (1981)
  16. 95. Direct Photography of the Nebular Remnant of Nova Delphini 1967
    MNRAS 196, 87P (1981)
  17. 104. Light Variability of Nova Delphini 1967 in 1981 and 1982 (with H.-M. Steinbach)
    I.B.V.S. No.2367 (1983)
  18. 106. IQ Vel: Improved Light-curve Parameters
    I.B.V.S. No.2404 (1983)
  19. 108. Observations of Nova Muscae 1983 from 1200 A - 10 µm
    During its Early Decline Stage
    (with J. Krautter, K. Beuermann, C. Leitherer, E. Oliva, A.F.M. Moorwood, E. Deul, W.Wargau, G. Klare, J. van Paradijs, B. Wolf)
    A&A 137, 307 (1984)
  20. 109. A New Pulsating Variable in Vela
    I.B.V.S. No.2640 (1984)
  21. 119. Photometry of the Eclipsing Binary W Cru
    I.B.V.S. No.3272 (1988)
  22. 136. HBV 479: A new Variable Star in Hercules
    I.B.V.S. No.4352 (1996)


5. Interplanetary Matter: Comets and Asteroids


  1. 51. Comet Kohoutek (1969b)
    IAU Circ. Nos. 2156, 2159, 2162, 2191, 2256, 2302
  2. 54. Observations of Minor Planets 1969
    M.P.C. Nos. 2987, 3042, 3108 (1969,1970)
  3. 60. Fast-moving Object Kohoutek (1971 UA = Cerberus)
    IAU Circ. Nos. 2367, 2369, 2373, 2374, 2488 (1971, 1973)
    M.P.C. No. 3882 (1975)
  4. 62. Observations of Minor Planets 1970/71
    M.P.C. Nos. 3186, 3312 (1971, 1972)
  5. 66. Observations of Minor Planets 1971 (Programme Comet Biela)
    M.P.C. Nos. 3479-3484 (1973)
  6. 67. Observations of Minor Planets 1972
    M.P.C. Nos. 3526, 3585, 3586 (1973, 1974)
  7. 68. Comet Kohoutek (1973f)
    IAU Circ. Nos. 2511, 2514, 2522, 2571, 2700 (1973, 1974)
    On the Discovery of Comet Kohoutek (1973f)
    Icarus 23, 419 (1974)
  8. 69. Comet Kohoutek (1973e)
    IAU Circ. Nos. 2501, 2504, 2511, 2593, 2726 (1973, 1974)
  9. 70. Observations of Minor Planets 1973
    M.P.C. Nos. 3747-3750 (1974)
  10. 72. Comet West-Kohoutek-Ikemura (1975b)
    IAU Circ. Nos. 2752, 2755, 2756, 2843 (1975)
  11. 73. Comet Kohoutek (1975c)
    IAU Circ. Nos. 2752, 2754, 2755, 2757, 2766, 2847 (1955)
  12. 74. Photoelectric Photometry of Comet Kohoutek (1973f)
    IAU Coll. No.25: The Study of Comets, 50 (1976)
  13. 75. Spectroscopic Observations of Comet Kohoutek (1973f) (with J. Rahe)
    IAU Coll. No.25: The Study of Comets, 159 (1976)
  14. 76. Observations of Minor Planets 1974/75
    M.P.C. Nos. 3881, 3882 (1975)
  15. 79. Photometric Parameters of Comet Kohoutek 1973 XII (with T. Kleine)
    IAU Coll. No.39: Relationships between Comets, Minor Planets and Meteorites, 69 (1977)
  16. 82. Precise Positions of Selected Bright Asteroids (with Ch. de Vegt, W. Martin)
    A&A Suppl. 33, 265 (1978)
  17. 83. Positions of Main-belt Asteroids (with C.-I. Lagerquist)
    A&A Suppl. 33, 269 (1978)
  18. 96. Observing Facilities of the European Southern Observatory (ESO) in Chile for Cometary
    Observations (with G.F.O. Schnur, J. Rahe)
    Workshop "Modern Observational Techniques for Comets",
    Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt (1981)
  19. 98. Recovery of the Long Lost Minor Planet (843) Nicolaia after 65 Years (with L.D. Schmadel)
    Astron. Nachr. 303, 139 (1982)
  20. 100. Improved Orbital Elements for Periodic Comet Schorr (1918 III) (with C. de Vegt, B.G. Marsden)
    A&A 114, 147 (1982)
  21. 112. Observations of P/Crommelin (1983n)
    IAU Circ. 3851 (1983) - recovery M.P.C. No. 9438, 9440 (1985)
  22. 115. Structures in the Coma of Comet Halley (with E. Grün, U. Graser, U. Thiele, L. Massonne, G. Schwehm)
    Nature 321, 144 (1986)
  23. 120. Large-scale Photographic Photometry of P/Halley in Pre-Perihelion (with R. Pauls)
    IAU Coll. No.116: Comets in the Post-Halley Era (1989)
  24. 121. Narrow-band CCD Observations of Comet P/Halley on April 17 and 18, 1986
    (with J. Schramm, H. Boehnhardt, V. Vanýsek)
    IAU Coll. No.116: Comets in the Post-Halley Era (1989)
  25. 125. Jets in the Coma of Comet P/Halley in Mid-April 1986 (with H. Boehnhardt)
    Icarus 99, 106 (1992)
  26. 128. Observations of Minor Planets 1991 (GPO La Silla) (with H. Boehnhardt)
    M.P.C. Nos. 19976-77 (1992)


6. Interplanetary Matter: Meteors and Meteorstreams


    Observations of Meteor Streams 1954-1956 (with J. Grygar)
    Contr. POP Brno 3 (1965) = Zprávy LH Brno 3, SBH I.-VII. (1955-1958)
  1. 1. Geminids 1955. I. Hourly rates, Magnitudes, Trains (with J. Grygar)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 9, 13 (1958) = Contr. POP Brno 3, 83 (1965)
  2. 2. The Influence of the Telescopic Field of Vision on the Magnitude Determination of Telescopic Meteors (with J. Grygar)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 9, 102 (1958) = Contr. POP Brno 2, 79 (1965)
  3. 3. Presnost fotografického urcení geocentrické rychlosti meteoru
    Diploma work (1958)
  4. 4. On the Determination of Angular Length of Telescopic Meteors (with J. Mikusek)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 10, 50 (1959) = Contr. POP Brno 2, 95 (1965)
  5. 5. Geminids 1955 II. Luminosity Function Derived from Observations in Limited Regions
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 10, 55 (1959) = Contr. POP Brno 3, 101 (1965)
  6. 6. On the Precision of the Photographic Determination of the Geocentric Meteor Velocity
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 10, 120 (1959)
  7. 8. Observation of the alpha-Lyrid Meteor Stream
    (Results of the Mount-Bezovec Meteor Expedition 1958) (with J. Grygar, Z. Kvíz, J. Mikusek)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 11, 84 (1960)
  8. 9. Remarks to Subjektive Distortions of Telescopically Observed Meteors
    (Results of the Mount-Bezovec Meteor Expedition 1958) (with J. Grygar)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 11, 135 (1960)
  9. 10. Sensitivity of the Eye to Stationary Point Source (with J. Grygar)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 11, 248 (1960)
  10. 13. Atmospheric Trajectories of Telescopic Meteors
    (Results of the Mount- Bezovec Meteor Expedition 1958) (with J. Grygar)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 13, 9 (1962) = Smithson. Contr. Astrophys. 7, 259, (1963) (abstract)
  11. 17. Visual Geminids 1958 (with J. Grygar, Z.Kvíz, J. Mikusek)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 13, 108 (1962)
  12. 20. Statistical Study of Meteors Recorded in the Palomar Photographic Atlas
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 14, 172 (1963)
  13. 21. On the Hyperbolic Velocities of Sporadic Meteors from the Diurnal and Seasonal Variation
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 15, 20 (1964) ; see also BAC 15, 256 (1964)
  14. 22. Atmospheric Heights of Telescopic Meteors in the Year 1959 (with J. Grygar)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 15, 62 (1964)
  15. 27. Spectral Energy Distribution of Telescopic Meteors
    (Results of the Mount-Bezovec Meteor Expedition 1963) (with Z. Ceplecha, J. Grygar)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 16, 123 (1965)
  16. 29. Simultaneous Meteor Observations with Different Types of Instruments
    (Results of the Mount-Bezovec Meteor Expedition 1961)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 16, 273 (1965)
  17. 34. Atmospheric Trajectories of Telescopic Meteors.
    I. Observation (Results of the Piestany Meteor Expedition 1960)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 18, 171 (1967)
  18. 42. Simultaneous Radar and Optical Observations of Meteors at Ondrejov in 1962 (with J. Grygar, Z. Plavcová )
    IAU Symp. No.33: Physics and Dynamics of Meteors, 63 (1967)
  19. 43. Atmospheric Heights of Telecsopic Meteors
    IAU Symp. No.33: Physics and Dynamics of Meteors, 143 (1967)
  20. 52. Comparison of Radar and Optical Meteor Observations
    (Results of the Meteor Expedition Ondrejov 1962)
    (with J. Grygar, Z. Plavcová , J. Kvízová)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 21, 18 (1970)


7. Various papers


  1. 11. Two Peculiar Objects in Ophiuchus
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 12, 210 (1961)
  2. 14. Magnetic Field of a Contracting Star (with E. Chvojková)
    Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech. 13, 75 (1962)
  3. 57. Spectral Types of Bright Stars in "Stellar Ring No.373" (with U. Haug)
    A&A 10, 319 (1971)
  4. 61. Interstellar Absorption in the Direction of Maffei 1 and 2 (with U. Haug)
    Nature 236, 55 (1972)
  5. 87. Schmidtspiegel-Durchmusterungen und die ersten Programme des Hamburger
    Schmidt-Teleskops am DSAZ auf dem Calar Alto
    Abhand. Hamb. Sternw. X, Heft 2, 64 (1979)
  6. 107. Hamburg Observatory Northern Milky Way Spectral Survey for Emission Objects
    IAU Coll. No.78: Astronomy with Schmidt-Type Telescopes, 311 (1984)
Abbreviations:
POP     People's Observatory and Planetarium