Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Exposures: RGB 30x4m + L 30x2m = 7hr
Processing: SGP, MaximDL, Corel
Telescope: MN190, STF8300M, EQ8
Guider: GSO 6.6N, 2X Barlow, LSX2
M13 is large, bright globular cluster found in the Hercules constellation.
This image was taken using an 8300M camera on my Sky-Watcher MN190 Maksutov-Newtonian reflector. It was taken from my back yard in the city over two nights for a total of 7 hours exposure.
This is one of my better globular cluster images. The long integration time helped and the color is better blanced than my previous attempts on M13.