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    Default M71 Globular cluster that looks like an open cluster..



    52 minutes of 2 minute subs taken with my C11 at F10 and QHY8

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    I didn't center the object perfectly as I fell asleep after M13 had passed the meridian and just wanted to start something else before I fell asleep again and or it turned to daylight..
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    Default Re: M71 Globular cluster that looks like an open cluster..

    Nice image. I think I've fallen a sleep during a night of imaging myself. Hate it when that happens.

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