Milky Way Globular Clusters

This list contains all 157 Milky Way globular clusters known at the time of this writing (May-June 2011). These objects belong to the halo of our own galaxy, the Milky Way. Most of the data were taken from William E. Harris (2010 version).

The purpose of this webservice is to provide images, basic data and links to further information for all Milky Way Globular Clusters, as far as available. Similar info is provided for former globular cluster candidates. For each object, we give positional data (Right Ascension [RA] and Declination [Dec] for epoch J2000.0 as well as the constellation), distance from the Sun and the Galactic Center in thousands of light years (kilo light years, kly), apparent diameter (in arc minutes) and apparent visual brightness (in magnitudes) as well as radial velocity, linear diameter and absolute brightness. Standard links include our Messier and NGC online catalogs, an image from the STScI Digitized Sky Survey (DSS), the SIMBAD Astronomical Database and Marco Castellani's Galactic Globular Cluster database (GGC-DB).

Note: This list includes a number of globular cluster which probably have only recently been incorporated in, or have immigrated into, our Galaxy's halo; notably from smaller galaxies which are in process to be disrupted and eventually incorparated into the Milky Way: The genuine members of the Sagittarius Dwarf Elliptical Galaxy (SagDEG) (discovered 1994) include M 54, Arp 2, Terzan 7 and Terzan 8, as well as probably NGC 5634 and Whiting 1 and perhaps Palomar 12, NGC 5053, Palomar 2, and NGC 4147. Those probably originating from the Canis Major Dwarf (discovered 2003) include M 79, NGC 1851, NGC 2298, and NGC 2808. Discounting all these could decrease the number of known genuine Milky Way globulars by up to 14, i.e., from 157 to down to 143.

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    Globular Cluster      Con     RA  (2000.0)   Dec    R_Sun   R_gc   m_v   dim
    
    NGC 104, 47 Tuc Tuc 00:24:05.67 -72:04:52.6 14.7 24.1 3.95 50.0 NGC 288 Scl 00:52:45.24 -26:34:57.4 29.0 39.1 8.09 13.0 NGC 362 Tuc 01:03:14.26 -70:50:55.6 28.0 30.6 6.40 14.0 Whiting 1 Cet 02:02:57 -03:15:10 98.1 112.5 15.03 1.2 NGC 1261 Hor 03:12:16.21 -55:12:58.4 53.1 59.0 8.29 6.8 Palomar 1 Cep 03:33:20.04 +79:34:51.8 36.2 56.1 13.18 2.8 AM 1, E 1 Hor 03:55:02.3 -49:36:55 402.0 406.2 15.72 0.5 Eridanus Glob. Cl. Eri 04:24:44.5 -21:11:13 293.7 309.7 14.70 1.0 Palomar 2 Aur 04:46:05.91 +31:22:53.4 88.7 114.1 13.04 2.2 NGC 1851 Col 05:14:06.76 -40:02:47.6 39.4 54.1 7.14 12.0 M 79, NGC 1904 Lep 05:24:11.09 -24:31:29.0 42.1 61.3 7.73 9.6 NGC 2298 Pup 06:48:59.41 -36:00:19.1 35.2 51.5 9.29 5.0 NGC 2419 Lyn 07:38:08.47 +38:52:56.8 269.3 293.1 10.41 4.6 Koposov 2 Gem 07:58:17.0 +26:15:18 113.1 136.6 17.60 Pyxis Glob. Cl. Pyx 09:07:57.8 -37:13:17 128.4 135.0 12.90 4.0 NGC 2808 Car 09:12:03.10 -64:51:48.6 31.3 36.2 6.20 14.0 E 3 Cha 09:20:57.07 -77:16:54.8 26.4 29.7 11.35 10: Palomar 3, Sex C Sex 10:05:31.9 +00:04:18 301.5 312.0 14.26 1.6 NGC 3201 Vel 10:17:36.82 -46:24:44.9 16.0 28.7 6.75 20.0 Palomar 4, UMa dw UMa 11:29:16.80 +28:58:24.9 354.4 362.5 17.10 1.3 Koposov 1 Vir 11:59:18.5 +12:15:36 157.5 160.7 14.20 NGC 4147 Com 12:10:06.30 +18:32:33.5 62.9 69.8 10.32 4.4 NGC 4372 Mus 12:25:45.40 -72:39:32.4 18.9 23.1 7.24 5.0 Rup 106 Cen 12:38:40.2 -51:09:01 69.1 60.3 10.90 2.0 M 68, NGC 4590 Hya 12:39:27.98 -26:44:38.6 33.6 33.3 7.84 11.0 NGC 4833 Mus 12:59:33.92 -70:52:35.4 21.5 22.8 6.91 14.0 M 53, NGC 5024 Com 13:12:55.25 +18:10:05.4 58.4 60.0 7.61 13.0 NGC 5053 Com 13:16:27.09 +17:42:00.9 56.7 58.0 9.47 10.0 NGC 5139, Omega Cen Cen 13:26:47.24 -47:28:46.5 17.0 20.9 3.68 55.0 M 3, NGC 5272 CVn 13:42:11.62 +28:22:38.2 33.3 39.1 6.19 18.0 NGC 5286 Cen 13:46:26.81 -51:22:27.3 38.1 29.0 7.34 11.0 AM 4 Hya 13:56:21.7 -27:10:03 105.0 90.6 15.88 3.0 NGC 5466 Boo 14:05:27.29 +28:32:04.0 52.2 53.1 9.04 9.0 NGC 5634 Vir 14:29:37.23 -05:58:35.1 82.2 69.1 9.47 5.5 NGC 5694 Hya 14:39:36.29 -26:32:20.2 114.1 95.8 10.17 4.3 IC 4499 Aps 15:00:18.45 -82:12:49.3 61.3 51.2 9.76 8.0 NGC 5824 Lup 15:03:58.63 -33:04:05.6 104.6 84.4 9.09 7.4 Palomar 5, Ser dw Ser 15:16:05.25 -00:06:41.8 75.6 60.6 11.75 8.0 NGC 5897 Lib 15:17:24.50 -21:00:37.0 40.8 24.1 8.53 11.0 M 5, NGC 5904 Ser 15:18:33.22 +02:04:51.7 24.4 20.2 5.65 23.0 NGC 5927 Lup 15:28:00.69 -50:40:22.9 25.1 15.0 8.01 6.0 NGC 5946 Nor 15:35:28.52 -50:39:34.8 34.6 18.9 9.61 3.0 BH 176 Nor 15:39:07.45 -50:03:09.8 61.6 42.1 14.00 3.0 NGC 5986 Lup 15:46:03.00 -37:47:11.1 33.9 15.6 7.52 9.6 Palomar 14, AvdB Her 16:11:00.6 +14:57:28 249.4 233.4 14.74 2.2 Lynga 7 Nor 16:11:03.65 -55:19:04.0 26.1 14.0 10.18 2.5 M 80, NGC 6093 Sco 16:17:02.41 -22:58:33.9 32.6 12.4 7.33 10.0 M 4, NGC 6121 Sco 16:23:35.22 -26:31:32.7 7.2 19.2 5.63 36.0 NGC 6101 Aps 16:25:48.12 -72:12:07.9 50.2 36.5 9.16 5.0 NGC 6144 Sco 16:27:13.86 -26:01:24.6 29.0 8.8 9.01 7.4 NGC 6139 Sco 16:27:40.37 -38:50:55.5 32.9 11.7 8.99 8.2 Terzan 3 Sco 16:28:40.08 -35:21:12.5 26.7 8.1 12.00 3.0 M 107, NGC 6171 Oph 16:32:31.86 -13:03:13.6 20.9 10.8 7.93 13.0 ESO452-SC11, 1636-283 Sco 16:39:25.45 -28:23:55.3 27.1 6.8 12.00 1.2 M 13, NGC 6205 Her 16:41:41.24 +36:27:35.5 23.1 27.4 5.78 20.0 NGC 6229 Her 16:46:58.79 +47:31:39.9 99.4 97.1 9.39 4.5 M 12, NGC 6218 Oph 16:47:14.18 -01:56:54.7 15.6 14.7 6.70 16.0 FSR 1735 Ara 16:52:10.6 -47:03:29 31.9 12.1 12.90 0.8 NGC 6235 Oph 16:53:25.31 -22:10:38.8 37.5 13.7 9.97 5.0 M 10, NGC 6254 Oph 16:57:09.05 -04:06:01.1 14.3 15.0 6.60 20.0 NGC 6256 Sco 16:59:32.62 -37:07:17.0 33.6 9.8 11.29 4.1 Palomar 15 Oph 16:59:51.0 -00:32:20 147.0 125.2 14.00 3.0 M 62, NGC 6266 Oph 17:01:12.80 -30:06:49.4 22.2 5.5 6.45 15.0 M 19, NGC 6273 Oph 17:02:37.80 -26:16:04.7 28.7 5.5 6.77 17.0 NGC 6284 Oph 17:04:28.51 -24:45:53.5 49.9 24.4 8.83 6.2 NGC 6287 Oph 17:05:09.13 -22:42:30.1 30.6 6.8 9.35 4.8 NGC 6293 Oph 17:10:10.20 -26:34:55.5 31.0 6.2 8.22 8.2 NGC 6304 Oph 17:14:32.25 -29:27:43.3 19.2 7.5 8.22 8.0 NGC 6316 Oph 17:16:37.30 -28:08:24.4 33.9 8.5 8.43 5.4 M 92, NGC 6341 Her 17:17:07.39 +43:08:09.4 27.1 31.3 6.44 14.0 NGC 6325 Oph 17:17:59.21 -23:45:57.6 25.4 3.6 10.33 4.1 M 9, NGC 6333 Oph 17:19:11.26 -18:30:57.4 25.8 5.5 7.72 12.0 NGC 6342 Oph 17:21:10.08 -19:35:14.7 27.7 5.5 9.66 4.4 NGC 6356 Oph 17:23:34.93 -17:48:46.9 49.2 24.4 8.25 10.0 NGC 6355 Oph 17:23:58.59 -26:21:12.3 30.0 4.6 9.14 4.2 NGC 6352 Ara 17:25:29.11 -48:25:19.8 18.3 10.8 7.96 9.0 IC 1257 Oph 17:27:08.5 -07:05:35 81.5 58.4 13.10 5.0 Terzan 2, HP 3 Sco 17:27:33.10 -30:48:08.4 24.4 2.6 14.29 0.6 NGC 6366 Oph 17:27:44.24 -05:04:47.5 11.4 16.3 9.20 13.0 Terzan 4, HP 4 Sco 17:30:39.00 -31:35:43.9 23.5 3.3 16.00 0.7 HP 1, BH 229, HP Oph 17:31:05.2 -29:58:54 26.7 1.6 11.59 1.2 NGC 6362 Ara 17:31:54.99 -67:02:54.0 24.8 16.6 7.73 15.0 Liller 1 Sco 17:33:24.50 -33:23:20.4 26.7 2.6 16.77 NGC 6380, Ton 1 Sco 17:34:28.0 -39:04:09 35.5 10.8 11.31 3.6 Terzan 1, HP 2 Sco 17:35:47.8 -30:28:11 21.8 4.2 15.90 2.4 Ton 2, Pismis 26 Sco 17:36:10.5 -38:33:12 26.7 4.6 12.24 2.2 NGC 6388 Sco 17:36:17.23 -44:44:07.8 32.3 10.1 6.72 10.4 M 14, NGC 6402 Oph 17:37:36.10 -03:14:45.3 30.3 13.0 7.59 11.0 NGC 6401 Oph 17:38:36.60 -23:54:34.2 34.6 8.8 9.45 4.8 NGC 6397 Ara 17:40:42.09 -53:40:27.6 7.5 19.6 5.73 31.0 Palomar 6 Oph 17:43:42.2 -26:13:21 18.9 7.2 11.55 1.2 NGC 6426 Oph 17:44:54.65 +03:10:12.5 67.2 46.9 11.01 4.2 Djorg 1 Sco 17:47:28.3 -33:03:56 44.7 18.6 13.60 Terzan 5, Terzan 11 Sgr 17:48:04.80 -24:46:45 22.5 3.9 13.85 2.4 NGC 6440 Sgr 17:48:52.70 -20:21:36.9 27.7 4.2 9.20 4.4 NGC 6441 Sco 17:50:13.06 -37:03:05.2 37.8 12.7 7.15 9.6 Terzan 6, HP 5 Sco 17:50:46.38 -31:16:31.4 22.2 4.2 13.85 1.4 NGC 6453 Sco 17:50:51.70 -34:35:57.0 37.8 12.1 10.08 7.6 UKS 1, UKS 1751-241 Sgr 17:54:27.2 -24:08:43 25.4 2.3 17.29 2.0 NGC 6496 Sco 17:59:03.68 -44:15:57.4 36.8 13.7 8.54 5.6 Terzan 9 Sgr 18:01:38.8 -26:50:23 23.1 3.6 16.00 0.2 Djorg 2, E456-SC38 Sgr 18:01:49.1 -27:49:33 20.5 5.9 9.90 9.9 NGC 6517 Oph 18:01:50.52 -08:57:31.6 34.6 13.7 10.23 4.0 NGC 6522 Sgr 18:03:34.02 -30:02:02.3 25.1 2.0 8.27 9.4 Terzan 10 Sgr 18:03:36.4 -26:04:21 18.9 7.5 14.90 1.5 NGC 6535 Ser 18:03:50.51 -00:17:51.5 22.2 12.7 10.47 3.4 NGC 6528 Sgr 18:04:49.64 -30:03:22.6 25.8 2.0 9.60 5.0 NGC 6539 Ser 18:04:49.68 -07:35:09.1 25.4 9.8 9.33 7.9 NGC 6540, Djorg 3 Sgr 18:06:08.6 -27:45:55 17.3 9.1 9.30 1.5 NGC 6544 Sgr 18:07:20.58 -24:59:50.4 9.8 16.6 7.77 9.2 NGC 6541 CrA 18:08:02.36 -43:42:53.6 24.4 6.8 6.30 15.0 2MASS-GC01, Hurt 1 Sgr 18:08:21.81 -19:49:47 11.7 14.7 27.74 3.3 ESO 280-SC06 Ara 18:09:06.0 -46:25:23 69.8 45.6 12.00 1.5 NGC 6553 Sgr 18:09:17.60 -25:54:31.3 19.6 7.2 8.06 9.2 2MASS-GC02, Hurt 2 Sgr 18:09:36.50 -20:46:44 16.0 10.4 24.60 1.9 NGC 6558 Sgr 18:10:17.60 -31:45:50.0 24.1 3.3 9.26 4.2 IC 1276, Palomar 7 Ser 18:10:44.20 -07:12:27.4 17.6 12.1 10.34 8.0 Terzan 12 Sgr 18:12:15.8 -22:44:31 15.6 11.1 15.63 1.0 NGC 6569 Sgr 18:13:38.80 -31:49:36.8 35.5 10.1 8.55 6.4 AL 3, BH 261 Sgr 18:14:06.6 -28:38:06 21.2 5.5 11.00 1.3 GLIMPSE-C02 Sgr 18:18:30.5 -16:58:38 17.9 9.8 NGC 6584 Tel 18:18:37.60 -52:12:56.8 44.0 22.8 8.27 6.6 NGC 6624 Sgr 18:23:40.51 -30:21:39.7 25.8 3.9 7.87 8.8 M 28, NGC 6626 Sgr 18:24:32.81 -24:52:11.2 17.9 8.8 6.79 11.2 NGC 6638 Sgr 18:30:56.10 -25:29:50.9 30.6 7.2 9.02 7.3 M 69, NGC 6637 Sgr 18:31:23.10 -32:20:53.1 28.7 5.5 7.64 9.8 NGC 6642 Sgr 18:31:54.10 -23:28:30.7 26.4 5.5 9.13 5.8 NGC 6652 Sgr 18:35:45.63 -32:59:26.6 32.6 8.8 8.62 6.0 M 22, NGC 6656 Sgr 18:36:23.94 -23:54:17.1 10.4 16.0 5.10 32.0 Palomar 8 Sgr 18:41:29.9 -19:49:33 41.7 17.9 11.02 5.2 M 70, NGC 6681 Sgr 18:43:12.76 -32:17:31.6 29.3 7.2 7.87 8.0 GLIMPSE-C01 Aql 18:48:49.7 -01:29:50 13.7 16.0 22.24 NGC 6712 Sct 18:53:04.30 -08:42:22.0 22.5 11.4 8.10 9.8 M 54, NGC 6715 Sgr 18:55:03.33 -30:28:47.5 86.4 61.6 7.60 12.0 NGC 6717, Palomar 9 Sgr 18:55:06.04 -22:42:05.3 23.1 7.8 9.28 5.4 NGC 6723 Sgr 18:59:33.15 -36:37:56.1 28.4 8.5 7.01 13.0 NGC 6749 Aql 19:05:15.3 +01:54:03 25.8 16.3 12.44 4.0 NGC 6752 Pav 19:10:52.11 -59:59:04.4 13.0 17.0 5.40 29.0 NGC 6760 Aql 19:11:12.01 +01:01:49.7 24.1 15.6 8.88 9.6 M 56, NGC 6779 Lyr 19:16:35.57 +30:11:00.5 30.6 30.0 8.27 8.8 Terzan 7 Sgr 19:17:43.92 -34:39:27.8 74.3 50.9 12.00 1.2 Palomar 10 Sge 19:18:02.1 +18:34:18 19.2 20.9 13.22 4.0 Arp 2 Sgr 19:28:44.11 -30:21:20.3 93.2 69.8 12.30 2.3 M 55, NGC 6809 Sgr 19:39:59.71 -30:57:53.1 17.6 12.7 6.32 19.0 Terzan 8 Sgr 19:41:44.41 -33:59:58.1 85.7 63.2 12.40 3.5 Palomar 11 Aql 19:45:14.4 -08:00:26 43.7 26.7 9.80 10.0 M 71, NGC 6838 Sge 19:53:46.49 +18:46:45.1 13.0 21.8 8.19 7.2 M 75, NGC 6864 Sgr 20:06:04.69 -21:55:16.2 68.1 47.9 8.52 6.8 NGC 6934 Del 20:34:11.37 +07:24:16.1 50.9 41.7 8.83 7.1 M 72, NGC 6981 Aqr 20:53:27.70 -12:32:14.3 55.4 42.1 9.27 6.6 NGC 7006 Del 21:01:29.38 +16:11:14.4 134.3 125.5 10.56 3.6 M 15, NGC 7078 Peg 21:29:58.33 +12:10:01.2 33.9 33.9 6.20 18.0 M 2, NGC 7089 Aqr 21:33:27.02 -00:49:23.7 37.5 33.9 6.47 16.0 M 30, NGC 7099 Cap 21:40:22.12 -23:10:47.5 26.4 23.1 7.19 12.0 Palomar 12, Cap dw Cap 21:46:38.84 -21:15:09.4 61.9 51.5 11.99 2.9 Palomar 13, Peg GC Peg 23:06:44.44 +12:46:19.2 84.8 87.7 13.47 0.7 NGC 7492 Aqr 23:08:26.63 -15:36:41.4 85.7 82.5 11.29 4.2
    Key:
    Globular Cluster:
    Identification by Messier, NGC or IC number, and other identification or name.
    Identifications:
    Lac: Lacaille; H: William Herschel; 2MASS-GC: 2MASS Glob. Cl. (also Hurt); AM: Arp-Madore; AvdB: Arp-Van den Bergh; BH: Van den Bergh-Hagen (vdB-Ha); Djorg: Djorgovski; Dun: Dunlop; E: ESO (B); FSR: Froebrich-Scholz-Raftery (also 2MASS-GC); HP: Haute-Provence; Rup: Ruprecht; Ton: Tonantzintla; Arp; Berkeley; ESO; Koposov; Liller; Lynga; Palomar; Pismis; Terzan; UKS; Whiting
    Con:
    Constellation
    RA, Dec (2000):
    Right Ascension and Declination for epoch 2000.0
    R_Sun, R_gc:
    Distance from our Sun and the Galactic Center in thousands of lightyears (kly)
    m_v:
    Apparent visual magnitude
    dim:
    Apparent dimension in arc minutes
    New probable candidate globular clusters (2011)
     ID/Name              Con     RA  (2000.0)   Dec    R_Sun   R_gc   m_v   dim   Source
    
    VVV CL002 Oph 17:41:06 -28:50:42 Moni Bidin et.al. 2011 VVV CL001 Sgr 17:54:42 -24:00:53 Minniti et.al. 2011 PWM78 2, Pfleiderer 2 Oph 17:58:39.4 -05:04:21 2.0 Uranometria 2000.0 2nd ed, Archinal/Hynes 2003, Ortolani et.al. 2009; Harris (2010) candidate
    Possible further globular cluster candidates according to Harris (2010):
     ID/Name              Con     RA  (2000.0)   Dec    R_Sun   R_gc   m_v   dim   Source
    
    FSR 0584 Cas 02:27:15 +61:37:28 4.6 11.0 Bica e.a. 2007 Segue 1 Leo 10:07:04 +12:47:30 75.0 14.7 4.5 Willman 1 UMa 10:49.4 +51:03 147 15.3 1.75 Willman 2004; GC or dSph? SDSSJ1257+3419 CVn 12:57:10 +34:19:12 Sakamoto/Hasegawa 2006 FSR 1716 Nor 16:10:33 -53:44:12 Froebrich/Scholz/Raftery 2007 FSR 1767 Sco 17:35:43 -36:21:28 4.9 18.6 FSR 190 Cyg 20:05:31 +33:34:09 Froebrich et.al 2008a
    Other possible further globular cluster candidates:
     ID/Name              Con     RA  (2000.0)   Dec    R_Sun   R_gc   m_v   dim   Source
    
    Schuster 1 Vel 10:04:39.0 -55:51:29 1.3 Archinal/Hynes 2003 Rup 101, FSR 1603 Cru 12:09:45 -62:59:49 13.0 15.0 Froebrich/Scholz/Raftery 2007 Alessi J12130-6242 Cru 12:13:02 -42:42.4 0.8 Archinal/Hynes 2003 FSR 1703 Lup 15:41:55 -54:59:48 Froebrich/Scholz/Raftery 2007 FSR 0001 Oph 17:32:22 -27:03:39 Froebrich/Scholz/Raftery 2007 FSR 0002 Oph 17:32:32 -27:03:51 Froebrich/Scholz/Raftery 2007 VVV CL003 Oph 17:38:55 -29:54:25 Moni Bidin et.al. 2011; probably open cluster FSR 0055, [BDS2003]8 Sct 18:24:42 -13:23:40 Froebrich/Scholz/Raftery 2007
    Former Milky Way globular cluster candidates:
     ID/Name              Con     RA  (2000.0)   Dec    R_Sun   R_gc   m_v   dim   Source
    
    Schuster-West GC Phe 01:51.1 -44:27 13.1 4.9x4.1 Schuster/West 1976; Phoenix Dwarf Local Group galaxy NGC 1466 Hyi 03:44.5 -71:41 179: 11.4 1.9 Webbink 1985; in LMC Reticulum Glob. Cl. Ret 04:36.2 -58:52 179: 14.25 1.7 Webbink 1985, Djorgovsky/Meylan 1993; in LMC NGC 1841 Men 04:45. -84:00 179: 14.1 2.4 Sawyer 1947, 1959, Webbink 1985; in LMC NGC 2158 Gem 06:07.5 +24:06 8.6 5.0 Sawyer 1959, Rosino 1954; Open Cluster AM-2 Pup 07:46.8 -33:51 Webbink 1985, Djorgovsky/Meylan 1993; Open Cluster UKS 2, UKS 0923-54.5 Vel 09:24.6 -54:43 SC 2000.0, Webbink 1985; Open Cluster Russ, Shak, SAHB UMa 10:54.8 +40:28 Saywer 1959, Shakhbazian 1957; Group of Galaxies ESO 093-SC?08 Mus 11:19.7 -65:13 Webbink 1985; Asterism or Open Cluster SSWZ94 4 Cru 12:14:04.6 -63:35:37 1.0 Uranometria 2000.0 2nd ed TJ 5 Oph 17:11:15 -27:11.6 Terzan/Ju 1980, Webbink 1985 FSR 1755 Sco 17:12:20 -38:27:44 Froebrich/Scholz/Raftery 2007; young open cluster TJ 16, TBJ 2 Oph 17:18:29 -27:46.5 Terzan/Bernard/Ju 1978, Terzan/Ju 1980, Webbink 1985 TJ 15 Oph 17:18:31 -26:17.9 Terzan/Ju 1980, Webbink 1985 TJ 17, TBJ 1 Oph 17:18:41 -27:50.2 Terzan/Bernard/Ju 1978, Terzan/Ju 1980, Webbink 1985 Bica 1 Oph 17:24.9 -24:18 Bica 1994, AA 285, 868 Grindlay 1 Sco 17:32.0 -33:50 33: SC 2000.0, Webbink 1985 TJ 23 Sco 17:45:11 -32:46.3 Terzan/Ju 1980, Webbink 1985 Pavo Cluster Pav 17:50.2 -60:46 15.1 0.5 Becvar, Sawyer 1947; Shapley VVV CL004 Sgr 17:54:32 -22:13:38 Moni Bidin et.al. 2011; probably no cluster Kodaira 1 Ser 18:12:26.7 -12:04:12 Kodaira 1983, Webbink 1985; probably Red Star FSR 0089 Aql 18:48:39 -03:30:34 Froebrich/Scholz/Raftery 2007; old open cl NGC 6684 Pav 18:49.0 -65:11 10.5 3.7 Sawyer 1947; spiral galaxy
    The references are listed in the corresponding object webpages.

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    References: Thanks to Barbara Wilson for valuable contributions and corrections!


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