On the crucial cluster Andrews-Lindsay 1 and a 4% distance solution for its planetary nebula

@article{Majaess2014OnTC,
  title={On the crucial cluster Andrews-Lindsay 1 and a 4\% distance solution for its planetary nebula},
  author={D. Majaess and Giovanni Carraro and Christian Moni Bidin and Charles J Bonatto and David Gerald Turner and M. Moyano and Leonid N. Berdnikov and Edgard Ervar Salvador Giorgi},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2014},
  volume={567}
}
Andrews-Lindsay 1 is a pertinent open cluster because it may host the planetary nebula (PN) PHR 1315-6555, yet ambiguities linger concerning its fundamental parameters (>50% scatter). New multiband BV JHW1−4 photometry for cluster and field stars, in concert with observations of recently discovered classical Cepheids, were used to constrain the reddening and velocity-distance profiles along the sightline. That analysis yielded the following parameters for the cluster: E(J − H) = 0.24 ± 0.03, d… 

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