Palomar Globular Clusters

Object
Mag (v)
Size
Brightest *
Constellation
Minimum Aperture
           
13.6
1.2'
16.3
Cepheus
10"
Palomar 2
13.0
2.2'
18.8
Auriga
16"
Palomar 3
13.9
1.6'
18.0
Sextans
?
Palomar 4
14.2
1.3'
18.0
Ursa Major
?
Palomar 5
11.8
8.0'
15.5
Serpens
10"
11.6
1.3'
?
Ophiuchus
4.5"
10.3
8.0'
15.7
Serpens
3"
10.9
5.2'
15.4
Sagittarius
3"
8.4
5.4'
14.0
Sagittarius
3"
Palomar 10
13.2
4.0'
18.0
Sagitta
10"
9.8?
10.0'
15.5
Aquila
3"
11.7
2.9'
14.6
Capricornus
8"
Palomar 13
13.8
0.7'
17.0
Pegasus
10"
Palomar 14
14.7
2.5'
17.6
Hercules
11"
Palomar 15
14.2
3.0'
17.1
Ophiuchus
10"


10" and 11" minimum apertures provided by Stephen R. Waldee
16" and 18" minimum apertures provided by Iiro Sairanen

Palomar 1 is possibly one of the oldest open clusters known


Updated: Friday, August 9, 2013 8:10 PM