M71 Globular Cluster in Sagitta


This globular cluster is easy to find and nicely observable even in good binoculars, by locating the 6th-mag star 9 Sagittae half-way between Gamma and Delta of that constellation. It is 13,000 light years distant.

M13 through a telephoto lens 200 mm

I take this image through a Celestron 9,25 at f/3,3 on Pixcel 237 CCD. LRGB image are composite of 15x30 second exposure of luminance layer and each of RGB component 10x30 second exposure.


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