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Parameters
Positional Parameters
clusterNGC 6093
nameM 80
RA16 17 02.41
Declination-22 58 33.9
Galactic longitude352.67
Galactic latitude19.46
R sun10
R gc3.8
X9.4
Y-1.2
Z3.3
Photometric Parameters
E (B-V)0.18
V HB16.1
(m-M)15.56
Vt7.33
MVt-8.23
(U-B)0.21
(B-V)0.84
(V-R)0.56
(V-I)1.11
S_RR3.1
HBR0.93
hbt0
Structural Parameters
[Fe / H]-1.75
SpT F6
v_r8.1
err1.5
v_LSR16.7
c1.68
r_c0.15
r_h0.61
r_t13.28
lg(tc)7.78
lg(th)8.8
mu_V15.11
rho_v4.79
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authorAlcaino, G.; Liller, W.; Alvarado, F.; Kravtsov, V.; Ipatov, A.; Samus, N.; Smirnov, O.
titleMulticolor CCD Photometry of the Poorly Studied Globular Cluster M80
journalThe Astronomical Journal, Volume 116, Issue 5, pp. 2415-2422. (1998)
CM diagram
CreditsCMD: Padova database
Description of NGC 6093

Messier 80 (also known as M80 or NGC 6093) is a globular cluster in the constellation Scorpius. It was discovered by Charles Messier in 1781.(...) It is among the more densely populated globular clusters in the Milky Way Galaxy.

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Alcaino, G.; Liller, W.; Alvarado, F.; Kravtsov, V.; Ipatov, A.; Samus, N.; Smirnov, O.
Multicolor CCD Photometry of the Poorly Studied Globular Cluster M80
1998, The Astronomical Journal, Volume 116, Issue 5, pp. 2415-2422. (1998)
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