Release 11.12 ("Hergest Ridge")


Selected bibliography

Your query: NGC 6584

Reference n. 1 (gc469)
AuthorToddy, J. M.; Johnson, E. W.; Darragh, A. N.; Murphy, B. W.
Title New Variable Stars in the Globular Cluster NGC 6584
AbstractUsing the Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy 0.6 meter telescope located at Cerro Tololo, we searched for variable stars in the southern globular cluster NGC 6584. We obtained images during 8 nights between 28 May and 6 July...
JournalJournal of the Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy, vol. 6, p. 63-71
Year of publication:2012
Tags NGC 6584

Reference n. 2 (gc183)
AuthorSarajedini, Ata; Forrester, Wendy L.
Title CCD photometry for the galactic globular cluster NGC 6584
JournalAstronomical Journal, vol. 109, no. 3, p. 1112-1118 (1995)
CM diagram
Year of publication:1995
Tags NGC 6584, cmd

Reference n. 3 (gc462)
AuthorForrestor, W.; Sarajedini, A.
Title CCD Photometry of the Globular Cluster NGC 6584
AbstractWe have obtained CCD images of the Galactic globular cluster NGC 6584 during three separate observing runs at Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory. These have been used to construct a (V,B-V) color-magnitude diagram which extends to ~2 m...
JournalAmerican Astronomical Society, 183rd AAS Meeting, #74.08; Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 25, p.1407
Year of publication:1993
Tags NGC 6584

Reference n. 4 (gc460)
AuthorPryor, Carlton; McClure, Robert D.; Fletcher, J. M.; Hesser, James E.
Title Mass-to-light ratios for globular clusters. I - The centrally concentrated clusters NGC 6624, M28 (NGC 6626), and M70 (NGC 6681)
AbstractRadial velocities accurate to about 1 km/s have been obtained for about 20 stars in each of the two cusp clusters NGC 6624 and M70 and in the centrally concentrated noncusped cluster M28. NGC 6624 and M70 are equally well fit by single and ...
JournalAstronomical Journal, vol. 98, p. 596-610
Year of publication:1989
Tags NGC 6626, NGC 6624, NGC 6681, NGC 6584

Reference n. 5 (gc461)
AuthorBailey, S. I.
Title Ten New Variable Stars Near Globular Clusters (N.G.C. 5286 6584)
AbstractNear the cluster N.G.C. 5286, a long period variabile (H.V. 3722) has been found for which the position for 1900 is (...) The nine variable stars described below were found by a comparison of five photographs of the region within about a de...
JournalHarvard College Observatory Bulletin No. 801, pp.7-8
Year of publication:1924
Tags NGC 5286, NGC 6584

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