M92 Globular Cluster

M92 Globular Cluster

Curdridge Observatory, Southampton,UK
Object name: M92 Globular Cluster
Apparent RA: 17 17 07.3  Apparent Dec:+43 08 13
Constellation: Hercules
15 Apr 2014
Still a bright Moon under the spring skies - so another globular cluster. This time M92 in Hercules. One of the oldest and intrinsically brigthest globulars in the Milky Way this one is often overlooked in favour of its more famous neighbour, M13

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This image was autoguided using my homemade off axis guider with Lodestar.

Imaged with my homemade telescope mount

Exposure Details :

Coma Corrector Baader L 45x180s on 200 @ F5 f.l. 1000 with Atik 490 camera


Skywatcher 200 Newt (upgraded with OO Hilux secondary)
Baader Focuser
Homemade focus motor
Homemade filterwheel / OAG combo with Lodestar guide camera
Artemis 285 CCD camera
Homemade Telescope mount

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