Messier 73 is an asterism of four stars in the constellation of Aquarius. An asterism is composed of physically unconnected stars that appear close to each other in the sky as seen from Earth. M73 was discovered by Charles Messier on October 4, 1780, who described the object as a cluster of four stars with some nebulosity. Subsequent observations by John Herschel, failed to reveal any nebulosity. Moreover, Herschel noted. Nonetheless, Herschel included M73 in his General Catalogue of clusters and galaxies, John Dreyer included M73 when he compiled the New General Catalogue. M73 was once treated as a potential sparsely populated open cluster, which consists of stars that are physically associated in space as well as on the sky; the question of whether the stars were an asterism or an open cluster generated a small, interesting debate. In 2000, L. P. Bassino, S. Waldhausen, R. E. Martinez published an analysis of the colors and luminosities of the stars in and around M73, they concluded that the four bright central stars and some other nearby stars followed the color-luminosity relation, followed by stars in open clusters.
Their conclusion was that M73 was an old open cluster, 9 arcmin wide. G. Carraro, published results in 2000 based on a similar analysis and concluded that the stars did not follow any color-luminosity relation. Carraro's conclusion was. Adding to the controversy, E. Bica and collaborators concluded that the chance alignment of the four bright stars seen in the center of M73 as well as one other nearby star was unlikely, so M73 was a sparse open cluster; the controversy was solved in 2002, when M. Odenkirchen and C. Soubiran published an analysis of the high resolution spectra of the six brightest stars within 6 arcmin of the central position of M73. Odenkirchen and Soubiran demonstrated that the distances from the Earth to the six stars were different from each other, the stars were moving in different directions. Therefore, they concluded. Although M73 was determined to be only a chance alignment of stars, further analysis of asterisms is still important for the identification of sparsely populated open clusters.
Such clusters can be important for demonstrating how open clusters are ripped apart by the gravitational forces in the Milky Way. The asterism's location in the sky is shown in the following map of the constellation Aquarius: Messier 40 - a double star included in the Messier catalogue, mistakenly identified as having nebulosity SEDS: Messier Object 73 Messier 73, LRGB CCD image based on two-hours total exposure Messier 73 on WikiSky: DSS2, SDSS, GALEX, IRAS, Hydrogen α, X-Ray, Sky Map and images
Champdani is an assembly constituency in Hooghly district in the Indian state of West Bengal. This page contains information about the defunct Bhadreswar, As per orders of the Delimitation Commission, No. 187 Champdani is composed of the following: Champdani municipality, Baidyabati municipality, Ward Nos. 1 & 2 and 20 to 24 of Serampore municipality and Payarapur gram panchayat of Sreerampur-Uttarpara community development block. Champdani is part of No. 27 Sreerampur..# Swing calculated on Congress+Trinamool Congress vote percentages taken together in 2006. Note: New constituencies – 1, constituencies abolished – 2 In the 2006 state assembly elections, Jibesh Chakraborty of CPI won the Champdani assembly seat defeating his nearest rival Abdul Mannan of Congress. Contests in most years were multi cornered but only winners and runners are being mentioned. Abdul Mannan of Congress defeated Kaji Abdul Hai of CPI in 2001, Sunil Sarkar of CPI in 1996 and 1991. Sunil Sarkar of CPI defeated Gouri Sankar Banerjee of Congress in 1987.
Sailendra Nath Chattopadhyay of CPI defeated Swaraj Mukhopadhyay of Congress in 1982 and Bibhas Chandra Ghosh of Janata Party in 1977. Girija Bhushan Mukhopadhyay of CPI won in 1972. Haripada Mukherjee of CPI won in 1971 and 1969. Byomkesh Majumdar of Congress won in 1967. Prior to that the Champdani seat did not exist; the Bhadreswar seat was there between 1951 and 1962. Girija Bhushan Mukhopadhyay of CPI won in 1962. Byomkesh Majumdar of Congress won in 1957 and in independent India’s first election in 1951
Anastasios "Tasos" Pantos, is a retired Greek footballer. He played the right back position, but he operated as a left back. Over the years, Pantos has become famous for his speed, steady physical condition his exceptional work ethic, he played for Olympiacos for 7 years, winning 5 Greek Championships, 4 Greek Cups and 1 Greek Super Cup. Born in 1976, he established himself in the Proodeftiki team in 1998/99; the club's star dipped as they were relegated the following season, yet Pantos remained at the Korrydallos stadium and was an influential figure as they won promotion back to the Alpha Ethniki two years later. He scored his first top-flight goal for Proodeftiki against AEK Athens FC in December 2002. After playing for Proodeftiki in 2002/03, he announced in April that he would be leaving the club at the end of the season after agreeing, along with team-mates Thymios Koulouheris and Alekos Tatsis, to join Olympiacos FC, he signed a two-year contract with an option for a similar extension. Pantos adapted well in Piraeus, starting 23 league matches and played five UEFA Champions League games.
He began 2004/05 at right-back due to Dimitrios Mavrogenidis's knee injury switched to the left flank when Stylianos Venetidis was ruled out. Played in 26 league matches as Olympiacos clinched the double, but received their only red cards both in the domestic championship – a 2–0 victory at Panionios FC – and UEFA Champions League, the 1–0 win against Liverpool F. C.. The next season he took part in the majority of their double-winning games but received another UEFA Champions League red card against Rosenborg BK. On 9 July 2010 Pantos signed a two-year contract for PAS Giannina, his hardworking style of play was appreciated by the PAS Giannina supporters. Olympiacos Greek Championship: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Greek Cup: 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 Greek Super Cup: 2007PAS Giannina Greek Second Division: 2011 Profile at The Football League's website Tasos Pantos on Olympiacos FC web site