The predicted number of massive stars of each model.
|Nmassive outside the clusters|
|WR-L = 20 M⊙||StdDev||WR-L = 40 M⊙||StdDev||WR-L = 60 M⊙||StdDev|
|Qage = 4 Myr||62||σ4,20 = 8||22||σ4,40 = 5||11||σ4,60 = 4|
|Qage = 4.5 Myr||80||σ4.5,20 = 12||30||σ4.5,40 = 4||13||σ4.5,60 = 2|
|Qage = 5.0 Myr||68||σ5,20 = 8||26||σ5,40 = 3||10||σ5,60 = 2|
Notes. In the Pa survey region, 35 massive stars are observed outside the three clusters (outside their approximate tidal radius) in the GC region. Among these massive stars are 24 Wolf-Rayet stars.
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