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Date/Location May 29, 2017 KEASA Observatory, Barking Sands, Kauai, Hawaii
Camera and Settings SBIG STF-8300C CCD Camera -10°C
Telescope Stellarvue SV70T 70mm f/6 Apochromatic Refractor with 0.8x focal reducer/field flattener
Mount Paramount MyT
Exposure 40 minutes (4 x 10 min)
Processing CCDOpts, Images Plus 5.75, Photoshop CS5
Other Mag. 6.4 globular star cluster in the constellation Ophiuchus, 15 arc minutes in diameter. The globular cluster resides in the inner part of the Milky Way near the Ophiuchus-Scorpius boundry.
M62 and Milky Way
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