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2008MNRAS.383L..45F - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 383, L45-L49 (2008/January-1)

FSR0190: another old distant Galactic cluster.

FROEBRICH D., MEUSINGER H. and DAVIS C.J.

Abstract (from CDS):

We are conducting a large programme to classify newly discovered Milky Way star cluster candidates from Froebrich et al. Here we present near-infrared follow-up observations of FSR0190 (J2000). The cluster is situated close to the Galactic plane. It shows a circular shape, and a relatively large number of core helium burning stars - which clearly distinguishes the cluster from the rich field - but no centrally condensed star density profile. We derive an age of more than 7 Gyr, a Galactocentric distance of 10.5 kpc, a distance of 10 kpc from the Sun, and an extinction of AK= 0.8 mag. The estimated mass is at least of the order of 105M, and the absolute brightness is MV≤ -4.7 mag; both are rather typical properties for Palomar-type globular clusters.

Abstract Copyright: 2007 The Authors. Journal compilation © 2007 RAS

Journal keyword(s): globular clusters: individual: FSR0190 - open clusters and associations: individual: individual: FSR0190 - galaxies: star clusters

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