Release 11.12 " Hergest Ridge"


Based upon the
Catalog of parameters for Milky Way globular clusters
by William E. Harris.

Refs: Harris, W.E. 1996, AJ, 112, 1487, arXiv:1012.3224

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NGC 6934 - Globular Star Cluster NGC 6934
(added: 2018-12-05)
Bibliography
Munoz, C. et al. - Chemical analysis of NGC 6528: one of the most metal-rich bulge globular clusters - Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 620, 12 pp. (2018)
(added: 2018-12-14)
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New data for HP 1, NGC 6637, ....
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Links to other websites
Milky Way Globular Cluster at Seds.org
WEBDA, a site devoted to Stellar Clusters in the Galaxy and the Magellanic Clouds
Catalogue of Variable Stars in Globular Clusters
by Christine M. Clement
Globular Cluster Group
of the Padova Astronomy Department
Pulsars in globular clusters, a compilation by Paulo Freire
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This website is dedicated to the memory of Prof. Vittorio Castellani (1937-2006)


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