M13 globular cluster


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Name:M13 globular cluster
Type:GlobCl
Messier:13
NGC:6205
Magnitude:7.0
Right Ascention:16h41m
Declination:36 28
Constellation:hercules
Viewing Info:good for binoculars, great in telescopes

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M13 globular cluster

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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.182.93)
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M13 globular cluster

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M13 globular cluster
As everyone has stated. Jack the mag up a bit and watch as dozens if not hundreds of stars fill the fov. Absolutely awesome! Especially w/ my 8" Sct.

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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.78.103)
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M13 globular cluster
Beautiful globular, slightly more interesting than M22. It always get "Ohhs and Ahhs" when shown to new viewers.

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M13 globular cluster

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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.172.75)
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M13 globular cluster

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M13 globular cluster
With the right scope, this is easily one of THE top two or three best things you can find in the Northern Hemisphere.

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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.203.136)
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M13 globular cluster
What a globular. This and Omega Centuri rock my boat.

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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.174.185)
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M13 globular cluster
One of my favorites. Best memorable views have been in a Juno 14" equatorial Dob, eyepiece unknown, and in C 9.25 at f10 using an 11mm Nagler,214X. "Resolved to core," Extremely sharp and inspiring.

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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.85.248)
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M13 globular cluster
Every July I make it a point to have a look at M13, Omega Centauri and 47 Tucanae on the same night. It's a very good looking globular cluster compared to most others. But if one really likes observing globular clusters, one really has to go down south and see the other two, which are in a class of their own. And to my mind, NGC 6752 in Pavo is arguably as impressive as M13.

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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.231.228)
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