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My Astrophotography
Globular Clusters

Globular Clusters are small satellites islands to our own galaxy, Milky Way. A handful of them are very bright and easy to take photos of. But they are small and a telescope or a 500 mm telephoto lens is needed.

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Globular Clusters

M3 M13 M53 Globular Cluster
M3 M13 M53
M56 Globular Cluster M92 Globular Cluster  
M56 M92
NGC 6229 Globular Cluster
NGC 6229


If I had taken those photographs today (2019) I would use the following of my equipment.

Camera Lens / Telescope Reducer / Barlow Mount Comment
Canon 6D TS130, 910 mm x1 SkyWatcher EQ6
Canon 6D Pentax 300 mm x1 SkyWatcher HEQ5 When I want some surrounding to the cluster

M3 and M13 and some other globular clusters are bright and make me able to catch them even with some light pollution.

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