M92 - Globular Cluster
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Catalog:  M92

Magnitude:
6.5

Size:
14'

Constellation: 
Hercules

Common Name or Description: 
Spectacular globular cluster bright and very compressed - often forgotten as over-shadowed by it's larger neighbor (M13)
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Date Taken: July 1, 2006                         Location:  Idyllwild, CA   
Equipment: 
RCOS 12.5" truss telescope & SBIG STL4020 CCD camera
Exposure: 
LRGB = 30/15/15/15
Notes:
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