Planetary Nebulae in Milky Way Globular Clusters

Up to now, the following planetary nebulae have been reported in Milky Way Globular Clusters: Astronomical data of the globulars and planetaries:
          RA (2000.0) Dec  Con  dim   mv    kly    RV    Cl  [Fe/H]

M 15      21:30.0  +12:10  Peg  12.3  6.2  32.6  -107.3   4  -2.25
M 22      18:36.4  -23:54  Sgr  24.0  5.1  10.1  -148.9   7  -1.64
NGC 6441  17:50.2  -37:03  Sco   8.0  7.1  36.5  + 16.4      -0.53
Pal 6     17:43.7  -26:13  Oph   7.2 13.60  9.5  +201.0  11  -0.10
Planetary Neb.   Globular  RA (2000.0)   Dec  dim  m_v   dist GC   other ID
                                                                  
Pease 1          M15       21:30.02 +12:10.2   3"  15.5   26" NNE  PK 065-27.1, Kuster 648, ARO 111, IRAS 21274+1156, PN G065.0-27.3
Peterson         M15 ??                                           
IRAS 18333-2357  M22       18:36.3  -23:55.5   8"  15.    56" SSW  PK 009-07.1, GJJC 1, PN G009.8-07.5
JaFu 2           NGC 6441  17:50:11 -37:03:27  5"         37" SW   IRAS 17468-3702, PN G353.5-05.0
JaFu 1           Pal 6?    17:43:58 -26 11.8   8" ~16::  230" ENE  PK 004+03.1, PN G002.1+01.7
                                                        (3'E .5'N)
A former candidate was Peterson 1 (Pt 1; PK 004+03.1, see Peterson 1977), an object in the neighborhood and perhaps associated with globular cluster NGC 6401 (RA: 17:38.6, Dec: -23:55 for 2000.0) in Ophiuchus. However, Acker and Stenholm (1990) found that this object exhibits a red stellar continuum - thus is not a planetary nebula but a symbiotic star.

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