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Re: (IAAC) Detailed Open Cluster maps on the Web...



Lew,
Yes, WEBDA's a nice site.  I frequently use it for my articles.
Clear skies,  Sue
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From: "Lew Gramer" <dedalus@alum.mit.edu>
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Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2001 7:53 PM
Subject: (IAAC) Detailed Open Cluster maps on the Web...
>
> For Open Cluster buffs, this Web site may be of considerable interest:
>
>     http://obswww.unige.ch/webda/maps.html
>
> This extraordinary site contains well-organized links to a pretty fair
> number of scanned or plotted open cluster maps - showing cluster extent,
> plus positions, relative brightnesses and identifications of many stars,
> and areas where other objects also impinge on the open cluster.
>
> The home page above it also provides a seemingly well-stock list of prof-
> essional-oriented resources and references on OCs and their constituents.
>
> I happened to stumble on the site today, while researching Tr 24... My
> compliments and thanks to maintainer Jean-Claude Mermilliod!
>
> Enjoy!
> Lew Gramer
> http://www.visualdeepsky.org
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