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Globular clusters

Globular clusters are very old parts of the galaxy, and can usually be found of the galactic disk. These clusters contains hundreds of thousands, sometimes millions of stars situated in a huge sphere, held together by gravitation. Popular objects are M13 in the northern hemisphere, and the magnificant Omega Centauri on the southern sky.
M15 in Pegasus. 3x90 sec on Canon 20D with Vixen R200SS, 800 ISO. 2005-10-24.
M13 in Hercules. 4x180 sec on Canon 20D with TeleVue 4" f/5.4 APO-refractor.

M3. R200SS. Canon D60, 2 minutes. Unguided.