Overview

Double Cluster


'Double Cluster' can also refer to...

Double Cluster

Adaptive cluster double sampling

Cluster and Double Star see massive ‘starquake’

The double galaxy cluster Abell 2465 – II. Star formation in the cluster

Double starbursts triggered by mergers in hierarchical clustering scenarios

The double galaxy cluster Abell 2465 – I. Basic properties: optical imaging and spectroscopy

The SLUGGS survey: globular cluster kinematics in a ‘double sigma’ galaxy – NGC 4473

Discovery of radio haloes and double relics in distant MACS galaxy clusters: clues to the efficiency of particle acceleration

On the origin of double main-sequence turn-offs in star clusters of the Magellanic Clouds

A double main-sequence turn-off in the rich star cluster NGC 1846 in the Large Magellanic Cloud

UVA-induced DNA double-strand breaks result from the repair of clustered oxidative DNA damages

Processing of clustered DNA damage generates additional double‐strand breaks in mammalian cells post‐irradiation

Artemis is required to improve the accuracy of repair of double-strand breaks with 5′-blocked termini generated from non-DSB-clustered lesions

Periodic UV modulation of X1850 — 087: a double degenerate binary in the globular cluster NGC 6712?

Clustering of double strand break-containing chromosome domains is not inhibited by inactivation of major repair proteins

Analysis of 12C+12C Elastic and Inelastic Scatterings in the Framework of the Cluster Double Folding Model and Coupled-Channels Mechanism

Chromosome thripsis by DNA double strand break clusters causes enhanced cell lethality, chromosomal translocations and 53BP1-recruitment

Modifying effects of wealth on the response to nutrient supplementation in pregnancy on birth weight, duration of gestation and perinatal mortality in rural western China: double-blind cluster randomized controlled trial

Two clustered 8-oxo-7,8-dihydroguanine (8-oxodG) lesions increase the point mutation frequency of 8-oxodG, but do not result in double strand breaks or deletions in Escherichia coli

 

More Like This

Show all results sharing this subject:

  • Astronomy and Astrophysics

GO

Show Summary Details

Quick Reference

A pair of 4th-magnitude open star clusters in Perseus, also known as NGC 869 and 884, or h and χ (Chi) Persei, each about ½° across. They lie about 7500 l.y. away in the Perseus spiral arm of our Galaxy, and are members of the Perseus OB1 association. NGC 869 is the richer, with around 200 stars against 150 in NGC 884. Both clusters are only a few million years old.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.


Reference entries

Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content.