Are Some Star Clusters Remnants of Primordial Clusters?
Ball Sate Univeristy, IN
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This presentation describes efforts, using archival Hubble Space Telescope data, to determine if the Milky Way globular cluster NGC2419 has more than one stellar population. Preliminary, uncalibrated, color-magnitude diagrams in several color regimes are presented. The process of splitting its giant branch into a red half and blue half in the F390W-F625W color-magnitude plane is presented. Radial stellar density profiles are presented. A preliminary comparison of these profiles provides no evidence for multiple populations in this color-magnitude regime.
Milky Way Globular Clusters, Multiple Populations, Density profiles
Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physics
Stephen D. Gillam Dr, Sydnee Hamrick, and Christian Keating (2014).
Are Some Star Clusters Remnants of Primordial Clusters?. N/A.N/A (N/A). N/A: N/A.Presented at Invited Talk, Ball Sate Univeristy, IN.
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