Globular Cluster Messier 28
Globular Cluster Messier 28
  • Description: Globular cluster M28 in Sagittarius. M22 is the larger globular towards the left, M28 right of center. Magnitude 6.9 and about 14 arc minutes across. Also known as NGC6626.
  • Film: Kodak Ektachrome E200
  • Scope: 8" f1.5 Schmidt camera
  • Exposure: 2 x 4 Minutes, digitized and stacked.
  • Location: nr Cayley, Ab.
  • Date: 24 June, 2006
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