2010ApJ...719.1274S


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2010ApJ...719.1274S - Astrophys. J., 719, 1274-1292 (2010/August-3)

Spitzer spectroscopy of mass-loss and dust production by evolved stars in globular clusters.

SLOAN G.C., MATSUNAGA N., MATSUURA M., ZIJLSTRA A.A., KRAEMER K.E., WOOD P.R., NIEUSMA J., BERNARD-SALAS J., DEVOST D. and HOUCK J.R.

Abstract (from CDS):

We have observed a sample of 35 long-period variables (LPVs) and four Cepheid variables in the vicinity of 23 Galactic globular clusters using the Infrared Spectrograph on the Spitzer Space Telescope. The LPVs in the sample cover a range of metallicities from near solar to about 1/40th solar. The dust mass-loss rate (MLR) from the stars increases with pulsation period and bolometric luminosity. Higher MLRs are associated with greater contributions from silicate grains. The dust MLR also depends on metallicity. The dependence is most clear when segregating the sample by dust composition, less clear when segregating by bolometric magnitude, and absent when segregating by period. The spectra are rich in solid-state and molecular features. Emission from alumina dust is apparent across the range of metallicities. Spectra with a 13 µm dust emission feature, as well as an associated feature at 20 µm, also appear at most metallicities. Molecular features in the spectra include H2 O bands at 6.4-6.8 µm, seen in both emission and absorption, SO2 absorption at 7.3-7.5 µm, and narrow emission bands from CO2from 13.5 to 16.8 µm. The star Lyngå 7 V1 has an infrared spectrum revealing it to be a carbon star, adding to the small number of carbon stars associated with Galactic globular clusters.

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Journal keyword(s): circumstellar matter - globular clusters: general - infrared: stars - stars: AGB and post-AGB

Simbad objects: 76

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Number of rows : 76

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2021
#notes
1 NGC 104 GlC 00 24 05.359 -72 04 53.20   5.78 4.09     ~ 3583 0
2 NAME SMC G 00 52 38.0 -72 48 01   2.79 2.2     ~ 9600 1
3 NGC 362 GlC 01 03 14.26 -70 50 55.6     6.58     ~ 947 0
4 Cl* NGC 362 MV o1 V* 01 03 15.19 -70 50 36.7         0.00 O-rich 14 0
5 Cl* NGC 362 TUC V2 * 01 03 21.8395168245 -70 54 20.126581222   13.61   11.79 11.11 O-rich 31 0
6 NAME Magellanic Clouds GrG 03 00 -71.0           ~ 5790 1
7 V* VX Pic LP* 05 03 00.3222037386 -54 05 52.834595407   10.40 8.80     M4III 10 0
8 SV* HV 2310 Mi* 05 06 27.6835074272 -68 12 03.684300708     17.87 13.503 13.354 M: 23 0
9 NAME LMC G 05 23 34.6 -69 45 22     0.4     ~ 15050 1
10 SV* HV 12667 AB* 05 49 13.3359288517 -70 42 40.608278564     17.91 13.152   M8-9 20 0
11 NGC 5139 9132 V* 13 26 46.3557745136 -47 29 30.644081673 17.112 15.104 13.585 11.454 10.361 M2.5 31 0
12 NGC 5139 GlC 13 26 47.28 -47 28 46.1   6.12 5.33     ~ 3037 0
13 M 5 GlC 15 18 33.22 +02 04 51.7   7.34 5.95     ~ 1786 0
14 WEB 12779 RV* 15 18 36.1443116224 +02 04 16.378472873   11.7171 11.5   10.4512 F5 27 1
15 Cl* NGC 5927 SAW V3 Mi* 15 28 00.1329165506 -50 40 24.590322980           ~ 16 0
16 NGC 5927 GlC 15 28 00.69 -50 40 22.9   10.13 8.86     ~ 407 0
17 Cl* NGC 5927 SAW V1 * 15 28 15.1692558639 -50 38 09.271759979       15.57 11.37 ~ 4 0
18 IRAS 16070-5511 Mi* 16 11 02.048 -55 19 13.51           ~ 6 0
19 Cl Lynga 7 GlC 16 11 03.65 -55 19 04.0           ~ 91 0
20 V* V720 Oph Mi* 16 32 24.6032862877 -13 12 01.394195898           ~ 23 0
21 M 107 GlC 16 32 31.86 -13 03 13.6   9.96 8.85     ~ 710 0
22 M 10 GlC 16 57 09.05 -04 06 01.1     4.98     ~ 691 0
23 NGC 6254 1035 pA* 16 57 11.7493015874 -04 03 59.670504796     11.9 11.53   G0e 26 0
24 HD 154391 PM* 17 01 16.9260540259 +60 38 55.517249329   7.164 6.143     K1III 69 0
25 V* V2009 Oph Mi* 17 23 17.0536556828 -17 46 24.441134337           ~ 11 0
26 Cl* NGC 6356 SAW V3 * 17 23 33.30 -17 48 07.4   16.0       ~ 8 0
27 Cl* NGC 6356 SAW V1 * 17 23 33.72 -17 49 14.8   16.3       ~ 7 0
28 NGC 6356 GlC 17 23 34.99 -17 48 46.9   10.01 7.42     ~ 321 1
29 Cl* NGC 6356 SAW V4 * 17 23 48.00 -17 48 04.5   15.9       ~ 8 0
30 NGC 6352 GlC 17 25 29.11 -48 25 19.8   9.95 8.87     ~ 342 0
31 Cl* NGC 6352 M L36 Mi* 17 25 37.52 -48 22 10.0           ~ 8 0
32 V* MU Sco Mi? 17 35 58.9449465542 -44 43 39.769313786           ~ 11 0
33 Cl* NGC 6388 MV x3 * 17 36 15.0337780557 -44 43 32.413222979     15.75   12.62 ~ 7 0
34 NGC 6388 GlC 17 36 17.461 -44 44 08.34   7.40       ~ 811 1
35 M 14 GlC 17 37 36.15 -03 14 45.3   9.55 5.73     ~ 318 0
36 ESO 520-21 GlC 17 43 42.20 -26 13 21.0           ~ 144 0
37 Cl* Palomar 6 SAW V1 * 17 43 49.5 -26 15 28           ~ 4 0
38 Cl* Terzan 5 SAW V7 * 17 47 54.30 -24 49 54.6           ~ 4 0
39 Cl* Terzan 5 SAW V2 * 17 47 59.50 -24 47 17.6           ~ 3 0
40 Cl* Terzan 5 SAW V5 * 17 48 03.40 -24 46 42.0           ~ 5 0
41 Cl Terzan 5 Cl* 17 48 05.00 -24 46 48.0           ~ 704 1
42 Cl* Terzan 5 SAW V8 * 17 48 07.20 -24 46 26.6           ~ 3 0
43 Cl* Terzan 5 SAW V6 * 17 48 09.30 -24 47 06.3           ~ 4 0
44 Cl* Terzan 5 SAW V9 * 17 48 11.86 -24 50 17.1           ~ 1 0
45 NGC 6441 GlC 17 50 13.06 -37 03 05.2   9.26 8.00     ~ 773 0
46 Cl* NGC 6441 SAW V2 V* 17 50 16.16 -37 02 40.5           ~ 4 0
47 Cl* NGC 6441 SAW V1 V* 17 50 17.0962116794 -37 03 49.680101827           ~ 5 0
48 HD 166780 * 18 08 38.8450768674 +57 58 46.860455191   8.79 7.34     K5III 42 0
49 NGC 6553 GlC 18 09 15.68 -25 54 27.9   9.08       ~ 538 0
50 Cl* NGC 6553 SAW V4 * 18 09 18.84 -25 54 35.8           ~ 8 0
51 IC 1276 GlC 18 10 44.26 -07 12 27.3           ~ 100 0
52 Cl* IC 1276 SAW V3 Mi* 18 10 50.79 -07 13 49.1           ~ 2 0
53 Cl* IC 1276 SAW V1 Mi* 18 10 51.55 -07 10 54.5           ~ 2 0
54 IRAS 18092-2244 * 18 12 14.1742271437 -22 43 58.869924089           ~ 6 0
55 ESO 522-1 GlC 18 12 15.80 -22 44 31.0     14.86     ~ 75 1
56 M 28 GlC 18 24 32.89 -24 52 11.4           ~ 668 0
57 V* V2342 Sgr RV* 18 24 35.8381010299 -24 53 15.879728840           ~ 23 0
58 V* V1894 Sgr Mi* 18 31 21.8815726491 -32 22 27.707570633           ~ 10 0
59 M 69 GlC 18 31 23.10 -32 20 53.1   9.32 8.31     ~ 407 1
60 2MASS J18312344-3220494 CV* 18 31 23.44 -32 20 49.4           ~ 9 0
61 HD 173511 PM* 18 41 40.5912712781 +61 32 47.094209972   8.69 7.23     K5III 49 0
62 V* R Sct RV* 18 47 28.9509385830 -05 42 18.537825839 8.30 6.67 5.20 4.14 3.37 K4/5pec 296 0
63 V* CH Sct Mi* 18 52 55.3776253156 -08 42 32.455587502   13.10 11.20     ~ 21 0
64 NGC 6712 GlC 18 53 04.32 -08 42 21.5   9.85 8.69     ~ 471 0
65 V* AP Sct Mi* 18 53 08.7721092527 -08 41 56.665173604       12.96   ~ 18 0
66 NGC 6760 GlC 19 11 12.06 +01 01 49.7   11.37 9.78     ~ 207 0
67 Cl* NGC 6760 SAW V3 Mi* 19 11 14.3002109023 +01 01 46.559121396           ~ 5 0
68 Cl* NGC 6760 SAW V4 Mi* 19 11 15.0213578975 +01 02 36.721520952       15.03   ~ 5 0
69 M 56 GlC 19 16 35.57 +30 11 00.5   8.90       ~ 364 0
70 Cl* NGC 6779 SAW V6 pA* 19 16 35.7738180416 +30 11 38.838396655   13.92 12.67 12.42   kF5hF8 18 1
71 V* MV Sge Mi* 19 17 51.4765293480 +18 34 12.646582753           M6 9 0
72 GCl 111 GlC 19 18 02.10 +18 34 18.0           ~ 90 0
73 M 71 GlC 19 53 46.49 +18 46 45.1   7.91 6.1     ~ 1028 0
74 V* Z Sge Mi* 19 53 56.1080732086 +18 47 16.746119082   14.62 13.50     M6III: 31 0
75 V* UX Cyg Mi* 20 55 05.5094928935 +30 24 52.033815647   10.99 10.75     M6-6.5e 157 0
76 NAME Local Group GrG ~ ~           ~ 7108 0

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