|Description of Terzan 10|
Very few information is available for this cluster. By means of the bright giants method Webbink (1985) estimated an horizontal branch level of which, combined to a reddening of E(B-V) = 1.71 from the modified cosecant law, led to a distance from the Sun of . The cluster is not concentrated, with c = 1.12, as estimated from the core and limiting radii presented by Webbink. Liu et al. (1994) presented infrared photometry deriving a reddening of E(B-V) = 2.6, a metallicity close to that of 47 Tuc, and a true distance modulus of (m-M)0 = 14.5.
Source: Ortolani , Bica, and Barbuy (1997) | Notify inaccuracies
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|Selected biblio |
|Paper n. 1|
Bonatto, C.; Bica, E.|
Structural parameters of 11 faint Galactic globular clusters derived with 2MASS
2008, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Vol. 479, pp.741-750
(IC 1257 Lynga 7 Terzan 4 Terzan 10 BH 176 1636-283 ESO280-SC06 2MASS-GC01 2MASS-GC02 GLIMPSE-C01 AL 3 )
|Paper n. 2|
Ortolani, S.; Bica, E.; Barbuy, B.|
V, I and Gunn Z photometry of faint bulge globular clusters: Terzan 10, ESO 456-SC 38 and UKS 1.
1997, A & A Supplement series, Vol. 126, December I 1997, 253-246.
(Terzan 10 cmd )
|Paper n. 3|
Four new star clusters in the direction of the central area of the Galaxy
1971, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Vol. 12, p. 477 - 481
(Terzan 9 Terzan 10 Terzan 5 Terzan 12 )
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