|Description of NGC 6528|
Discovered by William Herschel on June 24, 1784.
On the occasion of its discovery, William Herschel cataloged this globular cluster as H 2.200, indicating that he took it for a "Faint Nebula." His son, John Herschel, listed it as h 3723 in his "Cape of Good Hope" catalog, and included it in his General Catalogue as GC 4364.
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|Paper n. 1|
Munoz, C. et al.|
Chemical analysis of NGC 6528: one of the most metal-rich bulge globular clusters
2018, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 620, 12 pp.
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|Paper n. 2|
Lagioia, E. P.|
On the Kinematic Separation of Field and Cluster Stars across the Bulge Globular NGC 6528
2014, The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 782, Issue 1, article id. 50, 11 pp.
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|Paper n. 3|
Origlia, L.; Valenti, E.; Rich, R. M.|
High-resolution infrared spectra of NGC 6342 and 6528: two moderately reddened bulge globular clusters
2004, MNRAS, Volume 356, Issue 4, pp. 1276-1282.
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