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Globular Cluster
M12 | Messier 12 | NGC 6218
This globular cluster is about 75 light years across, and its brightest of its 200,000 stars are mV 12, with the brightest 25 stars averaging 14.0 mV. At Class IX it is has a loosely compacted core.


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All Images of Globular Cluster
15 Aug 2015

24 Jul 2014

Details:
Night of:Thursday July 16, 2015
Site:Laguna Niguel
Local Time:10:00 PM | Aug 15, 2015
Altitude:55
RA:16h 47m 14s
Declination:-01d 57'
Distance:15,700 light years
Magnitude:+7.7 mV
Size:16'
Camera Settings:
Telescope:9.25-SCT
Camera:Celestron NightScape + f/6.3 Reducer
f/ratio:f/6.3
Pixel Scale:1.45 arcsec
Image Size:1167 x 923 pixels (1.1 MP)
28.2' x 22.3'
Exposure:10 sec
Stacked Frames:23
Total Integration:4 minutes
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