AN HST/WFPC SURVEY OF BRIGHT YOUNG CLUSTERS IN M31. II. PHOTOMETRY OF LESS LUMINOUS CLUSTERS IN THE FIELDS

@inproceedings{Hodge2009ANHS,
  title={AN HST/WFPC SURVEY OF BRIGHT YOUNG CLUSTERS IN M31. II. PHOTOMETRY OF LESS LUMINOUS CLUSTERS IN THE FIELDS},
  author={Paul William Hodge and O. Karl Krienke and Michele Bellazzini and Sibilla Perina and P.Barmby and Judith Gamora Cohen and Thomas H. Puzia and Jay Strader},
  year={2009}
}
  • Paul William Hodge, O. Karl Krienke, +5 authors Jay Strader
  • Published 2009
  • Physics
  • We report on the properties of 89 low-mass star clusters located in the vicinity of luminous young clusters ("blue globulars") in the disk of M31. Eighty-two of the clusters are newly detected. We have determined their integrated magnitudes and colors, based on a series of Hubble Space Telescope (HST)/Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 exposures in blue and red (HST filters F450W and F814W). The integrated apparent magnitudes range from F450W = 17.5 to 22.5, and the colors indicate a wide range of… CONTINUE READING

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