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Identify the Stars in the M13 and their Motion Across the Sky
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Citation Xiaoyu Zhang, Ziqian Guan, Yiming Gao, Yufei Huang. Identify the Stars in the M13 and their Motion Across the Sky. TNS (2023) Vol. 5: 196-203. DOI: 10.54254/2753-8818/5/20230391.
In this project, we decided to collect and analyze the data about this cluster from several perspectives. Due to the consideration of distance, we used python to simulate their motion trajectory and position and choose Gaia data release as our data source. Hence, we listed four diagrams out of those data. By analyzing these graphs, we can get some information, such as the distance between M13 and earth and the age of those stars.
Stars, M13, Astronomy.
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