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M15, Globular Cluster in Pegasus
M15, Globular Cluster in Pegasus

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M15, Globular Cluster in Pegasus by pommierr
M15 is a globular cluster found 4 degrees northwest of the star Enif, which marks the nose of Pegasus. M15 is notable for it's bright, dense, triangular-shaped central core. It is a class IV globular in the Shapley-Sawyer system. It's distance is about 42,000 light-years.
Keywords: Compustar, C14, globular, cluster, M15, Flashlight-Night-Vision, T-Ring-for-35mm-Canon-EOS-Camera, T-Adapter-, Reducer-Corrector

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Celestron Equipment Night Vision Flashlight (93588), T-Ring for Canon EOS Camera (93419), T-Adapter for Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescopes (93633-A), Reducer - Corrector (94175)
Additional Equipment Compustar C14 with Celestron f/6.3 focal reducer-corrector.
Camera Canon 20D
Exposure Time 24.5 minutes at ISO 1600
Software MaxDSLR, Photoshop CS2
Date/Time Taken 09.07.2008 06:39
Location Pommier Observatory, Portland, OR
Upload Date: 12.01.2008 13:15
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