Top row: black circles show the comparison of the aperture photometry of stars derived in this work versus the PSC values, and red circles are the comparison of our aperture photometry of the star clusters versus the PSC values for the 109 clusters for which the PSC has aperture photometry. Central row: black squares show the photometric uncertainties provided by the PSC for 109 clusters and all circles show the photometric uncertainties derived for our aperture photometry for 758 clusters. The red circles are 502 clusters with uncertainties lower than the limit of 0.3 mag (dashed line) in all JHK passbands, and the open circles are the clusters for which the photometry does not satisfy this criteria. Bottom row: distributions of cluster brightness: white histograms contain the 758 clusters for which we derived photometry and the gray ones contain the 502 clusters that satisfy the photometric uncertainty criteria. The thick open histograms represent the 109 clusters contained in the PSC, for comparison. In each row, the situation is shown for J (left panels), H (central panels), and K (right panels) passbands.
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