A Distant Globular Cluster in Apus
A globular cluster in the southern constellation of Musca
Globular Cluster in Corona Australis
The second nearest globular cluster.
The third brightest globular cluster in the sky
A fine globular cluster near the Small Magellanic Cloud.
A globular cluster, 30° from the South Celestial Pole.
Amateur astro-photography is not always about imaging the most beautiful wide nebulae.
Sun Dog, Star Trails, and a Globular Cluster Please click to enlarge. This post is the first of two which … More
The most remarkable objects in the Southern sky.
Over one hundred and forty globular clusters orbit the Milky Way outside the galactic disc structure.
Designation: Caldwell 87, NGC 1261, in constellation of Horologium. Visual magnitude: +8.3 Apparent size: 6.8 arc-minutes. Diameter: 105 light years. Distance: … More
With no more images in the pipeline and the bushfire smoke worsening again in South West Sydney – and showing … More
Object Details: Designations: NGC 6752, Caldwell 93. Constellation: Pavo. Visual magnitude: +5.4 … More
Object Details: Designation: C104, NGC 362 Constellation: Tucana Visual magnitude: +6.4 Apparent size: 14′ Diameter: … More
Object Details: Designation: M15, NGC 7078 Constellation: Pegasus Visual magnitude: +6.2 Apparent size: 18′ … More
Deep in the Southern sky, right next to the Small Magellanic Cloud and just 18° from the South Celestial Pole, lies this … More
The Great Hercules Cluster. I’ve heard it said that when you’ve seen one globular cluster, then you’ve seen them all. … More