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The biggest and brightest cluster in the night sky! Omega Centauri can be easily observed with the naked eye in a dark sky. In the eyepiece, it's just fantastic!
Telescope GSO 305mm f / 4.
Skywatcher AZ / EQ-6.
Original Canon 6D Camera.
CLS-CCD filter.
Baader MKIII.
39 x 60 ISO 1600.
Piraí / RJ - Brazil.
September 2, 2018.

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That’s great. I’d like to look at that through a big dob. :) 

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That's a beauty - superb definition right to the core.  You must have had very good seeing.  (Envy!!)

Cheers,

Peter

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On 11/15/2018 at 9:48 AM, petevasey said:

That's a beauty - superb definition right to the core.  You must have had very good seeing.  (Envy!!)

Cheers,

Peter

Thanks Peter, this cluster is really fantastic, both in photo and visual observation.

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