The Not So Extraordinary Globular Cluster 037-B327 in M31

@article{Cohen2006TheNS,
  title={The Not So Extraordinary Globular Cluster 037-B327 in M31},
  author={Judith G. Cohen},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={653}
}
A velocity dispersion has been measured for the luminous globular cluster M31 037-B327, claimed to be the most massive star cluster in the Local Group and to be a young "super star cluster" that has survived to an old age. M31 037-B327 has a mass comparable to that of M31 G1 but not significantly larger. Although near the upper end for the mass distribution of globular clusters, it is not an unprecedented extraordinary object. 

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