|Description of NGC 6624|
Discovered on June 24, 1784 by William Herschel.
This globular was discovered by William Herschel on June 24, 1784 and cataloged as H I.50, as he first thought it was a nebula.
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|Paper n. 1|
Heasley, J. N.; Janes, K. A.; Zinn, Robert; Demarque, Pierre; Da Costa, Gary S.; Christian, Carol A.|
Hubble Space Telescope Photometry of the Metal-rich Globular Clusters NGC 6624 and NGC 6637
2000, The Astronomical Journal, Volume 120, Issue 2, pp. 879-893 (2000)
(NGC 6624 cmd )
|Paper n. 2|
Pryor, Carlton; McClure, Robert D.; Fletcher, J. M.; Hesser, James E.|
Mass-to-light ratios for globular clusters. I - The centrally concentrated clusters NGC 6624, M28 (NGC 6626), and M70 (NGC 6681)
1989, Astronomical Journal, vol. 98, p. 596-610
(NGC 6626 NGC 6624 NGC 6681 NGC 6584 )
|Paper n. 3|
Martins, D. H.; Harvel, C. A.|
UBVR photometric sequences around NGC 5946, 6440, and 6624
1979, Astronomical Journal, vol. 84, p. 1025-1029.
(NGC 5946 NGC 6640 NGC 6624 )
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