Globular Star Clusters
Star Cluster 47 Tucanae is the second brightest globular cluster in the sky. Imaged July 11, 2010 with a Tak. FSQ106, SBIG-11000.
Omega Centauri or NGC 5139, Imaged from 3RF in Texas, Canon t3i, 180mm Nikon 180mm ED Lens, AstroTrac, Cropped from the orginal image.
Messier 92, (NGC 6341) is a Bright Globular Cluster in the Constellation of Hercules. Mag, is 6.4 and its distance is 26,000 light years away. Imaged at the (PMO)5/20/2017. Imaged with the Explore ED127 FCD-100 Refractor, Meade LX850 EQ Mount, Celestron 8300 CCD 6-300
Messier 13 (The Great Hercules Cluster) (NGC 6205) is a large Globular Cluster located in the Constellation of Hercules. Mag, 5.8, distance is 21,000 light year away. to the upper right is the faint galaxy NGC 6207. Imaged 5/20/2017 at (PMO) using the Explore ED127 FCD-100 Refractor, Meade LX850 EQ Mount, Celestron 8300 CCD.