Globular clusters are densely packed spherical groupings of stars. Usually found outside the main plane of the galaxy, the stars are drawn together by mutual gravity and over time form a sphere.
Most clusters can be easily spotted from the city even with a small telescope. Lots are binocular-friendly as well. The sizes and shapes range all over the map and they are usually among the best things to start with when you first get a telescope.
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