M13 - Globular Cluster
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Object: M13 - Globular Cluster in the constellation Hercules.  Magnitude of 6.2.  Located about 25,000 light years from Earth.

Telelscope:LX200 10" @ f/4

Camera: Starlight Xpress SXV-H9

Guiding: SXV Guider through Stellarvue AT1010  @ f/6, piggybacked on LX200

Exposures: LUM: 30 X 30s & 12 X 60s (27 minutes total - unbinned), RGB: 12 X 30s each - unbinned

Filters: Schuler LRGcBc Filters

Comments: My second Globular Cluster and second image with SXV-H9 camera. Seeing was good.  First unbinned image and LRGB with H-9.  Captured
and processed in AstroArt 3.0, and finished with Photoshop 7.0.  The image scale was approx. 1.31 arcsec/pix.
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