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An image database. II. Catalogue between δ=-30deg and δ=70deg.
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Magnesium, silicon, and iron abundances and the cluster metallicity scale
Abundances have been determined for a number of giant stars in open andglobular clusters on the basis of broadband Washington photometry, andhigh-resolution echelle spectroscopy. The photometric observations weremade with the CTIO 91-nm and 1.5 m reflectors, and the KPNO 1.3 mreflector during 44 consecutive nights between May 1980 and September1982. The spectrographic observations were carried out between 1981 andJanuary 1982, with the KNO KPNO 4-m echelle spectrograph. The spectralresolution was approximately 0.3 A and the wavelength coverage was from5500 to 7000 A. The classical metal-rich globular clusters NGC 6352,M69, and M71 are found to have Fe/H values of less than -1. Themetal-poor open clusters NGC 2141, 2158, 2506, and Melotte 66 have Fe/Hvalues ranging from -0.5 to -1.2. Mg and Si were significantly enhancedrelative to Fe in many of the clusters, and a much better correlation isfound between the color of the cluster giant branch and the mean (Mg +Si + Fe) abundance than with the Fe abundance alone. The data for thecluster abundances are presented in a table.

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Right ascension:00h41m09.80s
Aparent dimensions:1.445′ × 1.148′

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