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RA: 19h 05m 6s
Dec: +01° 53′ 3″
Ch: MSA:1293, U2:251, SA:16
Ref: SIMBAD, SEDS
Type: globular cluster
Mag: B=?, V=12.4
The RNGC (Sulentic and Tifft 1973) notes that this is a globular cluster. Their coded description reads NO CL DC.
Phelps, R. L., Janes, K. A. & Montgomery, K. A. (1994) Development of the galactic disk: A search for the oldest open clusters. Astron.J., 107(3), 1079.
Briefly noted, p 1089.
RA 19 05 15.3 (2000) Dec +01 54 03 Integrated V magnitude 12.44 Central surface brightness, V magnitudes per square arcsecond 21.54 Integrated spectral type Central concentration, c = log(r_total/r_core); a 'c' denotes a core-collapsed cluster .83 Core radius in arcmin .77. ["Catalog Of Parameters For Milky Way Globular Clusters", compiled by William E. Harris, McMaster University. (Revised: May 15, 1997; from http://www.physics.mcmaster.ca/Globular.html; Harris, W.E. 1996, AJ, 112, 1487) ]
= Be 49
POSS: br neb ~35' ENE should be vis.
15cm - not vis @ 50x/80x. BS, 14May1988, TSP.
25cm - not seen @ 190x. BS, 20Aug1979, Roof.
- barely seen. has m12 * on E edge, vlosfcbr w/o concen, 1'.5 diam, no res.
a grp of m12 *s 30' across surrounds cl, incl the * at E edge. BS,
22Aug1979, Slate Mtn.
- 190x: easier. 2' diam, vlosfcbr, barely distinguishable from bkgrnd. not
res. m12-12.5 * on E edge. unconcen. m9 pair 1' apart 10' ENE. BS,
15Jul1980, Anderson Mesa.
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