Globular Star Clusters

Star Cluster 47 Tucanae
Star Cluster 47 Tucanae is the second brightest globular cluster in the sky. Imaged July 11, 2010 with a Tak. FSQ106, SBIG-11000.
Omgea Centauri Star Cluster
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)
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
M 13 The Great Hercules Cluster
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.
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Star Cluster 47 Tucanae

Star Cluster 47 Tucanae is the second brightest globular cluster in the sky. Imaged July 11, 2010 with a Tak. FSQ106, SBIG-11000.