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Monday 4th December

Sky at Nights Paul Money gives us a talk on "Images Of The Universe"

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The Great Cluster in the constellation Hercules – also known as Messier 13, or M13 – is considered to be the finest globular cluster in the northern half of the heavens. It’s found in a star pattern called the Keystone – a lopsided square within the constellation Hercules – between the two brightest stars of northern spring and summer, Vega and Arcturus.

This image is a combination of 30 x 180 seconds, 1 x 1 binning -25 deg. captured in Maxim DL, calibrated in Nebulosity V2.5 and processed in Photoshop CS5…….Takahashi Epsilon Astrograph and QHY10 CCD

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