Release 11.12 ("Hergest Ridge")


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Most visited papers
#1Harris, William E.
A Catalog of Parameters for Globular Clusters in the Milky Way
gc434 1289
#2Platais, Imants; Wyse, Rosemary F. G.; Hebb, Leslie; Lee, Young-Wook; Rey, Soo-Chang
Omega Centauri: Not a Recent Merger but Self-Enriched?
gc1 859
#3Dalessandro, E. et al.
The Binary Fraction in the Globular Cluster M10 (NGC 6254): Comparing Core and Outer Regions
gc340 563
#4Moehler, S.; Sweigart, A. V.; Catelan, M.
Blue horizontal branch stars in metal-rich globular clusters. I. NGC 6388 and NGC 6441
gc325 455
#5Sandquist, Eric L.; Bolte, Michael; Stetson, Peter B.; Hesser, James E.
CCD Photometry of the Globular Cluster M5. I. The Color-Magnitude Diagram and Luminosity Functions
gc107 436
#6Kravtsov,?V.; Ipatov,?A.; Samus,?N.; Smirnov,?O.; Alcaino,?G.; Liller,?W.; Alvarado,?F.
NTT CCD photometry of the globular cluster M79 = NGC1904 in UBV
gc8 427
#7Piotto, G.; Zoccali, M.; King, I. R.; Djorgovski, S. G.; Sosin, C.; Rich, R. M.; Meylan, G.
HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE Observations of Galactic Globular Cluster Cores. II. NGC 6273 and the Problem of Horizontal-Branch Gaps
gc130 404
#8V. Castellani et al.
Star Counts in the Globular Cluster Centauri. I. Bright Stellar Components
gc301 403
#9Bellazzini, Michele; Fusi Pecci, Flavio; Messineo, Maria; Monaco, Lorenzo; Rood, Robert T.
Deep Hubble Space Telescope WFPC2 Photometry of NGC 288. I. Binary Systems and Blue Stragglers
gc4 402
#10Walker, Alistair R.
BVI CCD photometry of galactic globular clusters. 2: M68
gc92 382
#11Cohen, Randi L. et al.
Globular Cluster Photometry with the Hubble Space Telescope.
VI.WF/PC-I Observations of the Stellar Populations in the Core of M13 (NGC 6205)
gc122 369
#12Brocato E. et al.
Luminous stars in globular clusters: new data for nine galactic clusters
gc98 366
#13Lee, Jae-Woo; Carney, Bruce W.
BV Photometry of RR Lyrae Variables in the Globular Cluster M2 (NGC 7089)
gc213 365
#14Forbes, D.; Dawson, P. C.
A photoelectric BVRI sequence in the field of the globular cluster NGC 6205 (M 13)
gc247 363
#15Neely, Ray Kreswell; Sarajedini, Ata; Martins, Donald H.
CCD Photometry of the Galactic Globular Cluster NGC 6144
gc288 363
#16Menzies, J.
Photographic UBV photometry of the globular cluster NGC 5927
gc338 362
#17Durrell, Patrick R.; Harris, William E.
A color-magnitude study of the globular cluster M15
gc26 360
#18Melbourne, Jason; Sarajedini, Ata; Layden, Andrew; Martins, Donald H.
CCD Photometry of the Globular Cluster NGC 4833 and Extinction Near the Galactic Plane
gc93 360
#19Cseh, D. et al.
Radio observations of NGC 6388: an upper limit on the mass of its central black hole
gc292 360
#20Alcaino, Gonzalo; Liller, William; Alvarado, Franklin; Wenderoth, Erich
BVR CCD photometry of the globular cluster NGC 1261
gc74 357
#21Rich, R. M.; Ortolani, S.; Bica, E.; Barbuy, B.
VI Photometry of the Post-Core-Collapse Globular Cluster NGC 6558
and the Adjacent Bulge Field Population
gc179 349
#22Harrington, M. W.
On the structure of M13 Herculis
gc421 348
#23Bekki, Kenji; Norris, John E.
The Origin of the Double Main Sequence in ω Centauri: Helium Enrichment due to Gas Fueling from Its Ancient Host Galaxy?
gc50 343
#24F. D'Antona , M. Bellazzini , V. Caloi , F. Fusi Pecci , S. Galleti and R. T. Rood
A Helium Spread among the Main-Sequence Stars in NGC 2808
gc35 342
#25A. Calamida et al.
On the White Dwarf Cooling Sequence of the Globular Cluster Omega Centauri
gc302 335

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