20210611 M92

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Messier 92, also known as NGC 6341, is a globular cluster in the Hercules constellation.

Image is cropped to about half it's original size so that some of the distant galaxies in the background are still visible. Reducing the image size would have made them to small to see.

North is up.

Constellation that it's located in: Hercules.

Imaging Site: Little Blair Valley, Ca.

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Date: 11 June 2021.

Scope and f/: Takahashi FSQ-106N at f/5.

Mount: Software Bisque Paramount MX+

Guiding: None

Camera: Canon 1D-x, ISO 800.

Camera temperature: N/A

Camera binning: N/A

Number of sub-images and exposure: 29 at 180 seconds exposure each.

Filters: None.

Image Calibration: Darks, Flats, and Bias.

Planning, control, capture and processing with: TheSky-X, PixInsight, and Photoshop.

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