Description of NGC 6254
Messier 10 (also known as M10, Globular Cluster M10 or NGC 6254) is a globular cluster in the constellation Ophiuchus. It was discovered by Charles Messier on May 29, 1764, cataloged as number 10 in his list, and described as a "Nebula without stars."
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Dalessandro, E. Ultraviolet Observations of the Globular Cluster M10 from HST and GALEX: The BSS Population 2013, The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 770, Issue 1, article id. 45, 8 pp. (NGC 6254 ) Paper n. 2
Dalessandro, E. et al. The Binary Fraction in the Globular Cluster M10 (NGC 6254): Comparing Core and Outer Regions 2011, The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 743, Issue 1 (NGC 6254 ) Paper n. 3
Pollard, Denise L.; Sandquist, Eric L.; Hargis, Jonathan R.; Bolte, Michael The Unusual Luminosity Function of the Globular Cluster M10 2005, The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 628, Issue 2, pp. 729-737 (NGC 6254 ) See all items
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