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The Great Hercules Cluster, M13

Celestron 8 with a Lumicon Easy Guider at f/5.8, AP 8002 dual-axis drive corrector with declination motor, Kencor worm gear drive, and Olympus OM-1 camera body. Exposure 40 minutes on hypered Kodak VR 400 speed color negative film.

M13 (NGC 6205) is a globular cluster located in the constellation of Hercules. The spiral galaxy NGC 6207 is located to the lower right of M13.

All Photographs 2000 - 2015, Eric Jamison, All rights reserved. May not be used without written permission.


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