M13 - Hercules Cluster
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M13 - Hercules Cluster
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.

Images of M13 - The Hercules Cluster
M13 imaged with an NP101is refractor and a D90 DSLR camera
NP101is, DSLR
M13 imaged with an 11" EdgeHD SCT and a Nightscape 8300 camera
11" EdgeHD, OSC
M13 imaged with an NP101is refractor and an STF-8300M camera
NP101is, LRGB
M13 imaged with an MN190 Maksutov-Newtonian reflector and an STF-8300M camera
M13 imaged with a CFF 132 refractor and an STF-8300M camera
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