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Thread: UDGs have gobs of globs!

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    Default UDGs have gobs of globs!



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    Default Re: UDGs have gobs of globs!

    I'm kind of a glob guy myself.
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    Default Re: UDGs have gobs of globs!

    Quote Originally Posted by kanadalainen View Post
    I'm kind of a glob guy myself.
    As am I. They really have a lot of character.
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    Default Re: UDGs have gobs of globs!

    Hi nFA. A very interesting read on the UDGs in this article. I have always liked the globular clusters, and as they are usually quite old, I can relate to that as well lately.
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    Default Re: UDGs have gobs of globs!

    Great article, thanks for sharing. So much to learn and always something new around the corner. Love it!
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