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  • A globular cluster is a spherical grouping of stars that share a Some globular clusters are found as far out as 131,000 light years from the core of the galaxy.[2] Current, there are 158 known globular clusters around the Milky Way, with several more perhaps yet to be discovered, all moving in. — “Globular cluster - Conservapedia”,
  • globular cluster n. A system of stars, generally smaller in size than a galaxy, that is more or less globular in. — “globular cluster: Definition from ”,
  • globular cluster evolution and binary evolution, techniques for simulating this evolution which Globular cluster evolution will focus on the properties that boost the production. — “Relativistic Binaries in Globular Clusters”,
  • What would the night sky look like if our Earth orbited a star in or near a globular cluster? The two images below (as well as the rest of the images on this web page) were created with the attempt to reproduce what the unaided human eye would see. — “Globular Cluster Visualizations”, terpsichore.stsci.edu
  • Globular clusters are spherical concentrations of stars typically 100 light years across and containing thousands of stars. Globular clusters are very old, at least 10 billion years old and were presumably formed when the galaxy was still forming. — “Globular Clusters”,
  • Globular Clusters. 5. . Atlas of the Milky Way's. Globular Clusters above 6. Four Planetary nebulae of globular clusters are provided at the very end, pages 98 to. — “Microsoft Word - GlobularClusters”,
  • An marvelous Globular Cluster! Have seen it before in my 8" SCT. The Globular cluster, extremely bright, very rich in stars, very gradually extremely. — “NCKAS Globular Clusters”,
  • The globular cluster M80. A globular cluster is a spherical bundle of stars that orbits a galaxy as a satellite. It is very tightly gravitationally bound, which gives it the spherical shape, and extremely dense (in relative terms) towards its core. — “Globular cluster - Wikinfo”,
  • Definition of word from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. Examples of GLOBULAR Origin of GLOBULAR. partly from Latin globus + English -ular; partly from. — “Globular - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster”, merriam-
  • Translations of globular. globular synonyms, globular antonyms. Information about globular in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. globular - having the shape of a sphere or ball; "a spherical object"; "nearly orbicular in shape"; "little globular houses like mud-wasp nests". — “globular - definition of globular by the Free Online”,
  • Globular clusters are gravitationally bound concentrations of approximately ten thousand to one million stars, spread over a volume of several tens The distribution of the globular clusters in our Milky Way galaxy is concentrated around the galactic center in the Sagittarius -- Scorpius. — “Globular Star Clusters”,
  • The Louisville Astronomical Society Astronomy Classroom lesson on Spring and Summer Globular Clusters. — “Globular Clusters”,
  • Globular clusters are gravitationally bound concentrations of approximately ten thousand to one million stars, spread over a volume of several tens to about 200 light The first globular cluster discovered, but then taken for a nebula, was M22 in Sagittarius, which was probably discovered by. — “Globular Star Clusters”,
  • With proper motions, the properties of FSR584 are consistent with a metal-poor globular cluster with a well-defined turnoff and evidence of a blue horizontal-branch. FSR584 might be a Palomar-like halo globular cluster that is moving towards the Galactic plane. — “SEDS " Globular Clusters Blog”,
  • A globular cluster is a spherical collection of stars that orbits a galactic core as a satellite. A globular cluster is sometimes known more simply as a globular. — “Globular cluster - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Many globular clusters were destroyed over the eons by repeated fateful encounters with each other or the Galactic center. The stars that compose globular clusters and many open clusters all orbit the cluster center, occasionally interacting, gravitationally, with a close. — “APOD Index - Stars: Globular Clusters”, antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov
  • M80 is a globular cluster 28,000 light years away containing This week we're going to study some of the most ancient objects in the entire Universe; globular clusters. — “Astronomy Cast - Ep. 68: Globular Clusters”,
  • A globular cluster is a spherical collection of stars that orbits a galactic core as a satellite. A globular cluster is sometimes known more simply as a globular. — “Globular cluster”, schools-
  • Gnedin & Ostriker (1997) To investigate the dynamical evolution of the Galactic Globular Cluster System, we used a Fokker-Planck code which includes two-body stellar relaxation, tidal truncation of the clusters, compressive gravitational shocks. — “Oleg Gnedin's Globular Cluster page”, astro.lsa.umich.edu
  • A globular cluster is a spherical collection of stars that orbits a galactic core as a satellite. Globular clusters are very tightly bound by gravity, which gives them their spherical shapes and relatively high stellar densities toward their centers. — “Globular cluster”,
  • A globular cluster is a spherical collection of stars that orbits a galactic core as a satellite. Globular clusters are very tightly bound by gravity, which gives them their spherical shapes and relatively high stellar densities toward their. — “Globular cluster”,

Videos

  • Comet Garradd C/2009 P1 Crossing M71 Globular Cluster in Sagitta Comet Garradd C/2009 P1 Crossing M71 Globular Cluster in Sagitta 01:46 UT to 04:18 UT August 27 2011 QHY8 CCD Camera 2.5 hour movie Homemade 16" Scope Yellow Springs, Ohio USA Video Courtesy of John Chumack - Galactic Images
  • Hertzsprung-Russell diagram of globular cluster Omega Centauri In this video, the stars in globular cluster Omega Centauri are rearranged according to their intrinsic brightness (vertical axis) and their temperature (horizontal axis). The temperature of a star dictates its apparent colour, with cooler stars being red and hotter ones being blue. The majority of stars at any given time fall into a wide band known as the main sequence, which passes from the top left (hot, bright stars) to the bottom right (cool, dim stars). However this is just a snapshot in time — as stars evolve they do not stay fixed to one point on the diagram for the whole of their lives. Credit: NASA, ESA, J. Anderson and R. van der Marel (STScI)
  • globular webster Hi Everybody!! This show is going to be pretty ridiculous (and that means something coming from us!) Guest talent will feature Jack Cesareo (cupcake man) with another mindbending performance piece, Divas from Russia & Bosnia, **A Psychic**, A Saxaphone player, & more. Webster Hall This Sunday! Feb 28th. 10:00PM $15 (it's a benefit for Orphaned Children, come on now) See you then!!!!! ~GlobularCluster
  • GLOBULAR - Dimension Extension Artist: Globular Track: Dimension Extension Hey, this is my first attempt at video editing, and what better song to use than my latest tune :) Spread the sound + let me know what you think. www.last.fm /globular Cheers! Globular
  • Globular Springtails These incredibly small insects happen to be my favorite to capture and observe. They measure from 0.5-1mm the females are the larger and the males are competing for her attention in this video with their mating ritual. I was quite lucky to capture some of this footage! Music: Windy & Carl - Sunrise Shot with 5D2 and Canon HV40
  • Possible free-floating Planet in Globular Cluster Messier 22 This movie shows how the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope observes microlensing events in the globular cluster M22. Hubble (to the left) observes a faint background star in the Milky Way bulge (shown to the right) through the myriad stars of M22. The movie also shows how a possible 'free-floating' planet-sized object in M22 passes in front of the red background star and briefly magnifies its light. Note that the distances and sizes in this artist's rendering have been exaggerated for the sake of clarity. Also worth noting is that in the six actual Hubble observations the planet-sized objects were not visible in themselves, but only revealed their presence through their gravitational focussing of the light from the background stars. In each of the six microlensing events only one Hubble observation 'sampled' the brightening of the star. This means that the estimate for the mass of the planet-sized object will 'only' be an upper estimate (80 Earth-masses). Credit: ESA/Hubble (M. Kornmesser & LL Christensen)
  • GLOBULAR - The Missing Quanta Artist: Globular Track: The Missing Quanta Old song; new video... this song is a favourite of mine, so.. I hope you like it :::) www.last.fm /globular Cheers! Globular
  • Globular Springtail I find these critters on bark and fallen leaves all the time and I never knew they existed until very recently. I think they are pretty cute, especially when you see them up close. I brought a rotten rose bush stump inside just to see how many I'd find on it. There were about 12 of them leaping off left and right. I noticed they like to sit on top of water too. I thought they had gotten themselves stranded and stuck inside an old recycling bin filled with rainwater, but when I tried to "save" them they skipped across the surface of the water! So they definitely knew what they were doing and didn't need me bothering them. :P I've seen quite a bit of variation in their coloration and patterning too...some are very dark, looking almost black at first glance, where others are brown and yellow with spots and these funny stripey blobs over their abdomen. They also have something on their belly that allows them to leap, and I think their name " Globular springtail" is perfectly descriptive for what they are! These are the globular sort, but theres elongate ones..along with several other body types. o_O I think they eat fungi and spores. Also, I put the springtails back in the garden when I was done recording this video. For some pictures and a little bit of information, check this page out: and here:
  • Globular Clusters Tell Tale of Star Formation Courtesy of Newswise SciNews. Virgo Cluster's Center is a Hub of Star Formation The Hubble Space Telescope's Advanced Camera for Surveys takes a closer look at the Virgo cluster located 54 million light-years away. Astronomers are cataloging the numerous globular star clusters, which will help our understanding of how stars and galaxies evolve. This zoom into the Virgo Cluster containing 2000 galaxies, takes us from a ground-based image into Hubble's view of the dominant central giant elliptical galaxy M87 and its multitude of globular star clusters.
  • Stellar 'Baby Booms' In A Globular Cluster Science & Reason on Facebook: Hubblecast 04: Hubble Finds Multiple Stellar 'Baby Booms' In A Globular Cluster. New Hubble observations of the massive globular cluster NGC 2808 provide evidence that it has three generations of stars instead of one as current theories predict. --- Subscribe to Science & Reason: • • • --- Credit: • ESA/Hubble (M. Kornmesser & LL Christensen), Daniel Verschatse - Observatorio Antilhue - Chile • Narration: Dr. Robert Fosbury • Design: Martin Kornmesser •Web Technical Support: Lars Holm Nielsen, Raquel Yumi Shida • Cinematographer: Peter Rixner () • Script: Lars Lindberg Christensen • Director: Lars Lindberg Christensen Dr. J is a German astronomer at the ESO. His scientific interests are in cosmology, particularly on galaxy evolution and quasars. Dr. J's real name is Joe Liske and he has a PhD in astronomy. Hubble European Space Agency Information Centre Garching/Munich, Germany • • http • .
  • Multiple Stellar Baby Booms In A Globular Cluster Hubblecast 04: Hubble Finds Multiple Stellar Baby Booms In A Globular Cluster (HD) --- Subscribe to Science & Reason: • • • --- New Hubble observations of the massive globular cluster NGC 2808 provide evidence that it has three generations of stars instead of one as current theories predict. Credit: • ESA/Hubble (M. Kornmesser & LL Christensen), Daniel Verschatse - Observatorio Antilhue - Chile • Narration: Dr. Robert Fosbury • Design: Martin Kornmesser • Web Technical Support: Lars Holm Nielsen, Raquel Yumi Shida • Cinematographer: Peter Rixner () • Script: Lars Lindberg Christensen • Director: Lars Lindberg Christensen Dr. J is a German astronomer at the ESO. His scientific interests are in cosmology, particularly on galaxy evolution and quasars. Dr. J's real name is Joe Liske and he has a PhD in astronomy. Hubble European Space Agency Information Centre Garching/Munich, Germany • • http .
  • GLOBULAR - Paranormaloid Artist: Globular Track: Fractalicious Fantastifications New track!! Appears on "Space Forming" - the latest Various Artist release from netlabel www.gliese581c.cc check out their page for free downloads! Video = erm... www.last.fm /globular Enjoy!! Globular
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  • The Sagittarius Globular Cluster - M22 The Sagittarius Globular Cluster, a spectacular globule of nearly 100000 stars, as seen through the Astrochannels 14" telescope and video camera. You can see live video of deep space objects at .
  • GLOBULAR - Squabbling Gods New track, featured on Gliese 581c's awesome compilation "Space Forming Vol 2", d/l it for FREE here: gliese581c.cc Enjoy!!!
  • NGC 104/47 Tucanae Globular Cluster, animation This animation zooms from ground-based optical views around the southern constellation of Tucana, to a Hubble Space Telescope image of the globular cluster 47 Tucanae, and finally rests on the X-ray image of the cluster's core taken with Chandra. Animation: STScI/Honeywell/CXC/B.Preston
  • M4 Globular Cluster, animation This animation shows how the Jovian planetary system in the outskirts of globular cluster M4, 13 billion years ago, travels to the core of the cluster. The star is drawn toward a neutron star and its companion. The slowly spinning neutron star captures the star and planet. Its original partner is ejected into space. The sun-like star swells to a red giant, spilling matter onto the neutron star.
  • Need for Speed IV Soundtrack - Globular Cluster Globular Cluster Saki KaskasNeed for Speed IV: High Stakes Soundtrack Download torrent: Need For Speed IV: High Stakes Soundtrack 1. Rom Di Prisco - Need For Speed IV: High Stakes Intro (1:06) 2. Saki Kaskas - Amorphous Being (3:37) 3. Lunatic Calm - Roll the Dice (3:21) 4. Rom Di Prisco - Rock This (2:34) 5. Dylan Rhymes - *** and Ashamed (4:47) 6. Junkie XL - War (2:49) 7. Crispin Hands - Bionic (3:11) 8. The Funk Lab - I Am Electro (7:17) 9. Rom Di Prisco - Liquid Plasma (2:48) 10. Junkie XL - Fight (5:38) 11. DJ Icey - Clutch (3:20) 12. Rom Di Prisco - Bring That Beat Back (4:19) 13. Dastrix - Dude in the Moon (5:42) 14. Junkie XL - Def Beat (4:55) 15. The Experiment - The Cost of Freedom (4:27) 16. Saki Kaskas - Globular Cluster (3:38) 17. Junkie XL - No Remorse (6:40) 18. Surreal Madrid - Insanity Sauce (5:12) 19. Rom Di Prisco - Road Warrior (2:26) 20. Saki Kaskas - Callista (4:19) 21. Rom Di Prisco - Electro Optik (3:08) 22. Saki Kaskas - Bulbular Swirl (3:17) 23. Saki Kaskas - Bulbulous Swirl (3:21) 24. Rom Di Prisco - Groovalicious (1:51) 25. Saki Kaskas - Kaphunk (1:35) 26. Rom Di Prisco - Cygnus Rift (5:36) 27. Rom Di Prisco - Paradigm Shifter (3:45) 28. Rom Di Prisco - Photon Rez (2:48) 29. Rom Di Prisco - Quantum Singularity (2:45) 30. --- - Runnin' (2:26) 31. Rom Di Prisco - Demo 1 (0:30) 32. Crispin Hands - Demo 2 (0:29) 33. Saki Kaskas - Demo 3 (0:31)
  • Sirius Stargazing: Globular Cluster M15 M15 is one of the easiest Globular Clusters to find, and ranks 12th brightest of 158 associated with the Milky Way. Its unusually dense core suggests the presence of a black hole, shrouded by the hundreds of thousands of ancient stars, that appear through our binoculars as tiny patch of light. Please subscribe to be notified about new episodes. You can also follow me on twitter at: • If you're sirius about stargazing, please check out the following organisations. Royal Astronomical Society: • British Astronomical Association: • Campaign for Dark Skies: • Clear skies!
  • Inside a Globular Cluster II: Pyxis This is a 3D Animation of "Pyxis" Globular Cluster far out from the Milky Way. INFO ON GLOBULAR CLUSTER: The Cluster is 75 light years across and it is in the Constellation Pyxis. It's center is about 129500 light years from Earth!
  • GLOBULAR - Nahajai Artist: Globular Track: Nahajai Hey, hope you enjoy this, my latest song "Nahajai". The video is only a half-arsed attempt at something for the eyes, its all about the music really ;) www.last.fm /globular Cheers! Globular
  • globular.avi A single inclusion of mutant huntingtin protein in the globular form, we believe this to be the toxic conformation of mutant huntingtin protein.
  • GLOBULAR - Fractalicious Fantastifications Artist: Globular Track: Fractalicious Fantastifications Bbbbbbrand new song; one for the sunshine methinks ;) www.last.fm /globular Cheers! Globular
  • Galaxies, Globular Clusters and Planetary Nebula... Some more of the astro-piccies I took over the Summer 08 in the Snowies (Wyoming). These are more deep sky objects (Galaxies, the odd planetary nebula and globular clusters) I had meant to give a more detailed run down of the kit, and what it did, but never managed to get the footage. Will try to give a run down of the kit when I get back to the US.
  • Comet C/2009 P1 Garradd meets globular cluster M71 in Sagitta C/2009 P1 Garradd meets Messier 71 in Sagitta Equipment: 8" f/5 Newtonian telescope with QHY8 CCD Camera 135mm Takumar f/3.5 with EOS 550D EQ6-Syntrek equatorial mount
  • Black Holes Discovered In Globular Clusters Science & Reason on Facebook: Hubblecast 15: Black Holes Unexpectedly Discovered In Globular Clusters NGC 5139 (Omega Centauri), M15 and G1. --- Please subscribe to Science & Reason: • • • • --- In general relativity, a black hole is a region of space in which the gravitational field is so powerful that nothing, not even light, can escape. The black hole has a one-way surface, called an event horizon, into which objects can fall, but out of which nothing can come. It is called "black" because it absorbs all the light that hits it, reflecting nothing, just like a perfect black-body in thermodynamics. Quantum ***ysis of black holes shows them to possess a temperature and Hawking radiation. Despite its invisible interior, a black hole can reveal its presence through interaction with other matter. A black hole can be inferred by tracking the movement of a group of stars that orbit a region in space which looks empty. Alternatively, one can see gas falling into a relatively small black hole, from a companion star. This gas spirals inward, heating up to very high temperatures and emitting large amounts of radiation that can be detected from earthbound and earth-orbiting telescopes. Such observations have resulted in the scientific consensus that, barring a breakdown in our understanding of nature, black holes do exist in our galaxy. --- Omega Centauri or NGC 5139 is a globular cluster ...
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  • Need for Speed IV: High Stakes OST - Globular Cluster Need for Speed IV: High Stakes - Globular Cluster Buy the game: amzn.to ElectronicArts' Need for Speed series continues to lead the exotic car-racing pack in its latest incarnation, Need for Speed: High Stakes. Though graphically similar to the previous version (Need for Speed III), High Stakes innovates with new race tracks, visible car damage, and a career mode that should please racing fans. Diverse play modes separate Need for Speed: High Stakes from standard driving computer games. Though single races and tournaments across several tracks are readily available, players can also participate in the inventive Hot Pursuit mode, where you flee from police or try to catch speeders, as well as a career game. In the career game, drivers begin with enough cash to buy a low-end sports car. Prize money earned in races can be spent on repairs, performance upgrades, or a hotter car. High Stakes contains over twenty exotic cars, including the BMW Z3, Lamborghini Diablo SV, Porsche 911 Turbo, and Ferrari F50. Additional dream machines are available at Electronic Arts' Web site. If you don't have the patience to save up for a new car, you can choose the ultimate high stakes race: winner takes all, including the opponent's car. With cutting-edge graphics and sound, Need for Speed: High Stakes reigns as the current leader in arcade racing. Whether you're a NFS veteran or new to the series, Need for Speed: High Stakes 's polished gameplay, sleek design, and plentiful play options ...
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  • The Nature of Globular Clusters Part 1 of 4 This month's classroom program features Josh Reynold's presentation on The Nature of Globular Clusters. Ever wonder about what these bunches of stars are? How many have you looked at? How many are there? What made them and how do they work? What are they? These questions and more will be addressed at the next SSS talk. You will be interested to find out how old these are and that they are much more than just fuzzy patches of stars in the sky. Naturally if its clear, we will have the big scope pointed at some so you can see for yourself and put the points of the talk to use.
  • Globular Kudzu Bug Invasion Globular bugs, also known as Kudzu Bugs or Kudzu beetles, are very much an invasive pest. Imported from China most likely on kudzu plants, this small brown stink bug like insect likes to overwinter on homes and other structures. They have that distinctive smell and leave black feces where they nest. The following video shows a home with typical activity.
  • Globular Cluster Age: White Dwarf Ages in M4 NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has found the oldest burned-out stars in our Milky Way Galaxy. These extremely dim and old "clockwork stars" provide a completely independent reading of the age of the universe. By measuring the temperature of white dwarf stars in a globular star cluster, astronomers can estimate their ages. Hubble's sensitive detectors came up with an age of 12 to 13 billion years, dovetailing nicely with other independent measurements placing the universe's age at 13 to 14 billion years.
  • M13 Globular Cluster M13 is a globular star cluster located 25000 light years from earth. Easily seen with a pair of binoculars, this video explains how to find and view this interesting deep space object.
  • Hubble Source | Globular Cluster This is a Hubble Source video visualization of a globular cluster.
  • The Globular Cluster Omega Centauri | First Images from the VLT Survey Telescope New Telescope Opens Big Eye to Southern Skies In this sequence we start with a wide view of the southern Milky Way. We then gradually zoom in on what initially appears to be a bright fuzzy star, the giant globular star cluster Omega Centauri. As we get close the cluster resolves into a ball of vast numbers of faint stars. The final image shows a very detailed new view of the cluster from the new VLT Survey Telescope (VST). Read more:
  • NGC 6121 Globular Cluster Messier 4, animation zoom into Sequence begins with a backyard view of the Scorpius region, then zooms to the Hubble Space Telescope's Wide Field Planetary Camera view of the M4 globular star cluster, located in the Milky Way Galaxy's stellar halo. Circles fade in, indicating the location of the cooling white dwarf stars astronomers used to determine the age of the Universe.
  • Globular Cluster = Advanced Life?
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  • M107 (NGC 6171) - Globular Cluster Video about the globular cluster Messier 107, also known as NGC 6171, that lies about 21 000 light-years away from Earth, and is located in the constellation of Ophiuchus, north of the pincers of Scorpius. M107 is a compact and ancient family of stars, and according to the European Southern Observatory (ESO) these images are composed from exposures taken through the blue, green and near-infrared filters by the Wide Field Camera (WFI) on the MPG/ESO 2.2-metre telescope at the La Silla Observatory in Chile. All imagesreleased by ESO under an Attribution-Unported 3.0 Creative Commons License. Music by Butterfly Tea - "Eyes of Darkness", from the album "Land of Legend", released under an Attribution, Non-commercial, Share-alike, 3.0 Creative Commons License.
  • Globular - Squabbling Gods Album: Space Forming Vol. 2
  • NGC 4636 Globular Cluster System, animation NGC 4636 looks like a normal elliptical galaxy optically (blue image at beginning), but X-ray observations from Chandra (purple) show a galaxy wracked by a titanic explosion 3 million years ago. Animation: NASA/CXC/A.Hobart
  • Closer look in a globular cluster 3D Animation showing the globular cluster NGC 2808 in the constellation of Carina. Read more on