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Terzan 5 is a heavily obscured globular cluster belonging to the bulge (the central star concentration) of the Milky Way galaxy. It was one of six globulars
core. It is also dynamically linked to the "young" globular Terzan 7 as well as to Terzan 8 and Arp 2. Additionally, Palomar 12 is now generally thought
Terzan 7 is a sparse and young globular cluster that is believed to have originated in the Sagittarius Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy (Sag DEG) and is physically
per second. The pulsar is located in a globular cluster of stars called Terzan 5, located approximately 18,000 light-years from Earth in the constellation
28m 44.11s −30° 21′ 20.3″ 12.30 2.3 Sag DEG Terzan 7 19h 17m 43.92s −34° 39′ 27.8″ 12.00 1.2 Sag DEG Terzan 8 19h 41m 44.41s −33° 59′ 58.1″ 12.40 3.50 Sag