Astron. J., 132, 1014-1022 (2006/September-0)
Image-subtraction photometry of variable stars in the globular clusters NGC 6388 and NGC 6441.
CORWIN T.M., SUMEREL A.N., PRITZL B.J., SMITH H.A., CATELAN M., SWEIGART A.V. and STETSON P.B.
Abstract (from CDS):
We have applied Alard's image-subtraction method (ISIS ver. 2.1) to the observations of the globular clusters NGC 6388 and NGC 6441 previously analyzed using standard photometric techniques (DAOPHOT and ALLFRAME). In this reanalysis of observations obtained at the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory, besides recovering the variables previously detected on the basis of our ground-based images, we have also been able to recover most of the RR Lyrae variables previously detected only in the analysis of Hubble Space Telescope WFPC2 observations of the inner region of NGC 6441. In addition, we report five possible new variables not found in the analysis of the Hubble Space Telescope observations of NGC 6441. This dramatically illustrates the capabilities of image-subtraction techniques applied to ground-based data to recover variables in extremely crowded fields. We have also detected 12 new variables and 6 possible variables in NGC 6388 not found in our previous ground-based studies. The revised mean period for RRab stars in NGC 6388 is 0.676 days, while the mean period of RRab stars in NGC 6441 is unchanged at 0.759 days. These values are among the largest known for any Galactic globular cluster. Additional probable type II Cepheids were identified in NGC 6388, confirming its status as a metal-rich globular cluster rich in Cepheids.
globular clusters: individual (NGC 6441) - globular clusters: individual (NGC 6388) - Stars: Evolution - Stars: Variables: Other
Table 2: Cl* NGC 6441 CSP VN (Nos V1-V5) = Cl* NGC 6441 SAW VNNN (Nos V146-V150) added. Table 4: Cl* NGC 6388 CSP VNN (Nos V1-V12) = Cl* NGC 6388 SAW VNN (Nos V58-V69) added. Table 4: Cl* NGC 6388 CSP SN (Nos S1-S6).
Table 4: SV1 is Cl* NGC 6388 CSP S1 in Simbad and is later named Cl* NGC 6388 SAW V70 by SKOTTFELT et al.(2015A&A...573A.103S); SV2=Cl* NGC 6388 CSP S2=Cl* NGC 6388 SAW V71; SV4=Cl* NGC 6388 CSP S4=Cl* NGC 6388 SAW V72; SV5=Cl* NGC 6388 CSP S5=Cl* NGC 6388 SAW V73.
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