At Our Next Meeting

Monday 2nd March 2020

As always the meeting will start at 1930 but there will be members around from 1830. Glenys and Malcolm usually arrive around 1900 with the tea and coffee :)

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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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