NGC7006- Globular Cluster in Delphinus
Globular Cluster NGC7006
  • Description: Globular Cluster NGC7006 in Delphinus. 1st light with the TMB 175 refractor! Not the biggest or brightest globular cluster, it is about 11th magnitude and only 3.6 arc minutes across. A number of faint background galaxies came through (brightest is mag. 15.2) even though exposure was cut short by dead batteries.
  • Camera: SBIG ST-8XE at -10C
  • Filter: SBIG RGB
  • Scope: TMB 175 f8 triplet refractor.
  • Exposure: 3x10min R, 3x10min G, 3x10min B
  • Location: Mt. Kobau, B.C.
  • Date: August 3rd, 2008
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