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M13 30-04-2016
 
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M13, also designated NGC 6205 and sometimes called the Great Globular Cluster in Hercules or the Hercules Globular Cluster, is a globular cluster of about 300,000 stars in the constellation of Hercules.

Imaged using Atik 16IC-S monochrome CCD and William Optics FLT-110 mounted on NEQ6 Pro.

30 light frames ranging from 60 seconds to 600 seconds, no darks.

Stacked in DeepSkyStacker, using the best 80% of frames and processed in Photoshop CS2

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That is a superb sight and well imaged Vicky.
Globulars are intriguing, and very interesting objects, and a popular target for Astro. Photographers.
One would Imagine a sight to behold if on a Planet orbiting one of those stars, I think there is a separation of at least 1 light year
between the closest pair. However, an observers night sky must be a mind boggling vista.
Congrats on a nice job on this.

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Thank you for your comments. As well as imaging, I love doing visual astronomy and I often have my binoculars to hand if my scope is otherwise occupied doing the imaging. As I view and image objects such as globular clusters I wonder what the night sky would look like if I was on a planet orbiting one of the stars. I never get tired of the sights we can behold in our sky :)

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