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Color-Magnitude Diagram Morphology of the Oldest Star Clusters in the Large Magellanic Cloud

  • James E. Hesser (a1), Robert D. McClure (a1) and William E. Harris (a2)

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We summarize B,V imagery results from the CTIO 4-m telescope and two electronic detectors: (1) The SIT vidicon at the R-C focus yielded pixels in the 0.82 or 1.1 arcmin2 frames (Harris, Hesser and Atwood 1983). (2) KPNO's P-F CCD (used by McClure and Hesser) gave 0.6 pixels in 3×5′ fields. (The latter data are being analyzed in cooperation with Stryker and Nemec, who observed some of the same objects.) Zero points for the CCD data are set by observations of E region standards and of giants in Galactic star clusters.

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Gascoigne, S.C.B.: 1966, Mon. Not. Roy. Ast. Soc. 134, p. 59.
Harris, W.E., Hesser, J.E. & Atwood, B.A.: 1983, Pub. Ast. Soc. Pac., submitted.
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Color-Magnitude Diagram Morphology of the Oldest Star Clusters in the Large Magellanic Cloud

  • James E. Hesser (a1), Robert D. McClure (a1) and William E. Harris (a2)

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