Photometric catalog of nearby globular clusters. II. A large homogeneous (V,I) color-magnitude diagram data-base

@article{Rosenberg2000PhotometricCO,
  title={Photometric catalog of nearby globular clusters. II. A large homogeneous (V,I) color-magnitude diagram data-base},
  author={A. Rosenberg and A. Aparicio and I. Saviane and G. P. Tng and Padova and Italy. and Iac and Tenerife and Spain. and Universita' di Padova},
  journal={Astronomy & Astrophysics Supplement Series},
  year={2000},
  volume={144},
  pages={5-38}
}
In this paper we present the second and nal part of a large and photometrically homogeneous CCD color-magnitude diagram (CMD) data base, comprising 52 nearby Galactic globular clusters (GGC) imaged in the V and I bands. The catalog has been collected using only two tele- scopes (one for each hemisphere). The observed clus- ters represent 75% of the known Galactic globulars with (m M)V 16:15 mag, cover most of the globular clus- ter metallicity range ( 2:2 (Fe=H) 0:4), and span Galactocentric… Expand
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