MORE REMOTE GLOBULAR CLUSTERS IN THE OUTER HALO OF M31

@article{diTullioZinn2013MORERG,
  title={MORE REMOTE GLOBULAR CLUSTERS IN THE OUTER HALO OF M31},
  author={Graziella di Tullio Zinn and Robert Zinn},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={145}
}
We searched the Sloan Digital Sky Survey for outer halo globular clusters (GCs) around M31. Our search of non-stellar objects, within the limits of 0.3 ⩽ (g − i)0 ⩽ 1.5 and 14.0 ⩽ r0 ⩽ 19.0 concentrated in some remote areas of the extended halo, to a maximum projected distance of 240 kpc, for a total of approximately 200 deg2. Another ∼50 deg2, ∼5–75 kpc from M31, were surveyed as test areas. In these areas, we identified 39 GCs and 2 GC candidates, 84% of the previously known GCs (93% of the… 
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