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M13 - 11.8.2020 at 00.01 - 11.8.2020 at 02.50 Järvenpää Observation number 92752

Visibility III / V

Ari Jokinen, Etelä-Suomen kosmol. seura

Opening image for this fall, the finest spherical in the northern sky. Not so dark yet but yes the description pretty well succeeds with at least a couple of hours of time window. However, the moon was a little disturbed this time, when the background sky was not the best for that either. In fact, this is probably the first LRGB image I’ve ever taken, so it goes to the peak of the exercise.


The gang has already taken some great pictures.



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  • Observation target
    • Deep space object
  • Designation
    • M13
    • Keskitaso
  • Constellation
    • Hercules
  • Darkness
    • Mediocre
  • Star clusters and asterisms
    • Globular cluster info

      Globular cluster is a ball-shaped group of thousand of stars. Typically it looks like a round fuzzy spot. With bigger instruments a part of the stars in the cluster can be seen as sepaterated.

       

      The globular cluster 47 Tucanae is located in Tucana. Image Arto Oksanen.

       

      The globular cluster M13 is in Hercules. Image Rauno Päivinen.

       

      The globular cluster M2 in Aquarius. Image Timo Inkinen.

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Atik460Ex, Esprit 120ED

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