Messier 14 - Globular Cluster in Ophiuchus
Globular Cluster Messier 14
  • Description: Globular cluster M14 in Ophiuchus. Also known as NGC6402, M14 glows at magnitude 7.6 and is about 11 arc minutes in diameter.
  • Film: Hypered Kodak tech pan
  • Scope: 8" f6 Newtonian
  • Exposure: 20 Minutes
  • Location: Texas Star Party
  • Date: April 30, 1992
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