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The Harlow-Shapley Symposium on Globular Cluster Systems in Galaxies
The possible existence of binary clusters in our Galaxy (h and χ Persei, Ocl 556) has been argued in the past, but it has never been a well established fact either in our Galaxy, or in external systems . An early speculation on the problem by Innanen et al (1972) has predicted a considerable degree of stability for binary clusters in low nuclear density galaxies, like the LMC .doi:10.1007/978-94-015-1104-9_109 fatcat:tsn6x57ad5gifplje5tojyrq2e