[paper] Probable member stars of the gravitational theory-testing globular clusters AM 1, Pal 3 and Pal 14

Hilker, M.
Probable member stars of the gravitational theory-testing globular clusters AM 1, Pal 3 and Pal 14

Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 448, Issue 1, March II 2006, pp.171-180

“Some of the Galactic outer halo globular clusters are excellent tools to probe gravitational theories in the regime of weak accelerations. The measurement of the line-of-sight velocity dispersion among stars in these clusters will differentiate between the validity of Newtonian dynamics (low velocity dispersion) and the possiblity of modified Newtonian dynamics (MOND) or dark matter dominated globular clusters (high velocity dispersion). In this paper, the properties of probable member stars of the three best-case gravitational theory-testing clusters AM 1, Pal 3 and Pal 14 are presented….”


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3 thoughts on “[paper] Probable member stars of the gravitational theory-testing globular clusters AM 1, Pal 3 and Pal 14

  1. Anonymous

    Hi, my name is Neil Price, I have just made a 3-D map using data from the tables:

    http://www.mporzio.astro.it/~marco/gc/

    and CHveiwer.

    The page is visable here:

    http://zephyr46.tripod.com/cartography/id13.html

    CHveiwer is from:
    http://www.solstation.com/map27ly.htm

    The Clusters all link back to the database if you double click on them.

    I was going to add, SNR 1987 A and LBV 1806-20, out of interest and position, if anyone can help with Earth centered co-ordinates, would be cool.

    I am now mucking around with size and colour, commenst and suggestions welcome.

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  2. Marco

    Dear Neil,

    you made surely an excellent work! Thank you very much, I think I’ll have to add a link to your website in GGCs database… 🙂

    Please keep me aware of any improvement or addiction in your pages.

    Kind regards,

    Marco

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  3. Anonymous

    Will do. Thanks for the database, it is Brilliant, I can go through APOD and send you the links form there.

    http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/apod/apod_search?Globular+Clusters

    I am thinking some of these links are for clusters outside of our galaxy, I don’t think they will fit on this applet, they might need an applet for each galaxy.

    Any sign of those other 50 Globulars mentioned here;

    http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap050905.html

    I hate leaving things undone.

    Great site!
    Ciao
    Neil Price

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