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For comparison, here in the Milky Way, these bright patches known as star clusters pop up with masses that are 10 thousand times that of our Sun.Behold six galactic collisions, masterfully captured by Hubble | Jessica Boddy | January 11, 2021 | Popular-Science
In a companion study, team member Manuel Arca Sedda at Heidelberg University in Germany and colleagues ran computer models to simulate how a star cluster falling into the Milky Way’s nuclear star cluster could explain the new observations.The Milky Way’s most massive star cluster may have eaten a smaller cluster | Ken Croswell | September 29, 2020 | Science News
About 7 percent of the stars in the nuclear star cluster revolve around the galactic center faster than their peers and do so around a different axis, the team found.The Milky Way’s most massive star cluster may have eaten a smaller cluster | Ken Croswell | September 29, 2020 | Science News
Called the Hyades, this star cluster is a mere 150 light-years away from Earth.Milky Way’s tidal forces are shredding a nearby star cluster | Ken Croswell | August 18, 2020 | Science News For Students
The Hyades has survived longer than many other open star clusters.Milky Way’s tidal forces are shredding a nearby star cluster | Ken Croswell | August 18, 2020 | Science News For Students
He considered that the Milky Way is a great star cluster, whose form may be conjectured from numerous star-gaugings.History of Astronomy | George Forbes
And here the possessor of a good opera-glass can get a fine view of a celebrated star-cluster known in the catalogues as 35 M.Astronomy with an Opera-glass | Garrett Putman Serviss
Another star cluster worth a moment's attention is No. 1479, above and to the left of Sirius.
Some three degrees and a half below and to the left of the star just examined is a beautiful star cluster, No. 1551.
The star cluster 4400 is about one quarter as broad as the moon, and easily seen with our smallest aperture.