|Description of NGC 7099|
Messier 30 (also known as M30 or NGC 7099) is a globular cluster in the Capricornus constellation.
It was discovered by Charles Messier in 1764. M30 is at a distance of about 26,000 light-years away from Earth.
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|Paper n. 1|
Mucciarelli, A.; Lovisi, L.; Lanzoni, B.; Ferraro, F. R.|
The Helium Abundance in the Metal-poor Globular Clusters M30 and NGC 6397
2014, The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 786, Issue 1, article id. 14, 8 pp.
(NGC 7099 NGC 6397 )
|Paper n. 2|
Davidge, T. J.|
Near-Infrared Photometry of the Core-Collapsed Metal-Poor Globular Cluster NGC 5946 and NGC 7099
1995, Astronomical Journal v.110, p.1177
(NGC 5946 NGC 7099 )
|Paper n. 3|
Buonanno, R.; Caloi, V.; Castellani, V.; Corsi, C. E.; Ferraro, I.;
CCD photometry of stars in the metal-poor globular cluster NGC 7099 (M30)
1988, Astronomy and Astrophysics Supplement Series, vol. 74, no. 3, Sept. 1998
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