Globular Cluster Messier 92
Globular Cluster Messier 92
  • Description: Globular cluster M92 in Hercules. A beautiful globular cluster, often overlooked by its brighter, easier to find cousin M13. Exposures were cut short as M92 started disappearing behind trees but still managed to pick up a few small background galaxies. M92 (NGC6341) is fairly bright at magnitude 6.5, 14 arc minutes across.
  • Camera: SBIG ST-10XME at -15C
  • Filters: AstroDon RGB set.
  • Scope: Takahashi FSQ refractor
  • Exposure: 5x5min red, 4x5min green, 3x5min blue.
  • Location: Mt. Kobau, B.C.
  • Date: Aug 11th, 2010
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