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2013MNRAS.429.1102G - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 429, 1102-1112 (2013/February-3)

Photometric study of open clusters Berkeley 96, Berkeley 97, King 12, NGC 7261, NGC 7296 and NGC 7788.

GLUSHKOVA E.V., ZABOLOTSKIKH M.V., KOPOSOV S.E., SPIRIDONOVA O.I., LEONOVA S.I., VLASYUK V.V. and RASTORGUEV A.S.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present BVRcIc CCD photometry in the fields of six Galactic open clusters toward the Perseus spiral arm. These data, complemented with J,H and KS magnitudes from 2MASS, have been used to determine the following ages, distances and colour excesses E(B - V) for these clusters: 40 Myr, 3180_-380^+440 pc, 0.54±0.03 mag (Berkeley 96); 250 Myr, 2410_-200^+220 pc, 0.77±0.06 mag (Berkeley 97); 70 Myr, 2490_-170^+180 pc, 0.51 ± 0.05 mag (King 12); 160 Myr, 2830_-150^+160 pc, 0.88±0.09 mag (NGC 7261); 280 Myr, 2450_-170^+190 pc, 0.24±0.03 mag (NGC 7296); 160 Myr, 2750_-210^+220 pc, 0.49±0.02 mag (NGC 7788). We found gaps in the mass function of clusters Be 97, King 12 and NGC 7788 in the mass intervals [1.3-1.5], [1.4-1.6] and [1.5-1.7] solar masses, respectively.

Abstract Copyright: © 2012 The Authors Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society (2012)

Journal keyword(s): open clusters and associations: individual: Berkeley 96 - open clusters and associations: individual: Berkeley 97 - open clusters and associations: individual: King 12 - open clusters and associations: individual: NGC 7261 - open clusters and associations: individual: NGC 7296 - open clusters and associations: individual: NGC 7788

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