/ftp/cats/J_other/PDDO/1.511



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J/other/PDDO/1.511       Light curves of M9 variables            (Sawyer+, 1951)
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	stars.dat varphot.dat
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Beginning of ReadMe : J/other/PDDO/1.511 Light curves of M9 variables (Sawyer+, 1951) ================================================================================ Periods of variable stars in the globular cluster Messier 9. Sawyer H.B. <Pub. David Dunlap Obs., 1, 511-519 (1951)> =1951PDDO....1..511S ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Clusters, globular ; Stars, variable ; Photometry, photographic Keywords: globular clusters: M9 - stars: variables Abstract: Time-series photographic photometry for the variable stars in M9. Description: We extracted the photometry from the Sawyer paper for our own work and thought it worthwhile to upload a copy to CDS. Please note that I did not include magnitudes that are prefixed with aa bracket "[" because these represent upper limits (and are not useful in these kind of data). Objects: ----------------------------------------- RA (2000) DE Designation(s) ----------------------------------------- 17 19 11.78 -18 30 58.5 M9 = NGC 6333 -----------------------------------------

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