Globular Cluster M22

Actually this is my return to this beautiful object located in the sea of the colourful stars :) This time I took it from south ( Namibia) that's why I enjoy this image so much. At my location it's no hihger than 20deg max. Messier 22 (also known as M22 or NGC 6656) is an elliptical globular cluster in the constellation Sagittarius, near the Galactic bulge region. It is one of the brightest globulars that is visible in the night sky.

Photo Details

  Telescope: FSQ106EDX (530 mm) Takahashi

  Camera: Sbig ST-8300M, Sbig Filter wheel, Baader 36mm round HLRGB filters

  Mount: G-11 Celestron branded

  Guiding: Off-axis Orion SS Autoguider

  Exposure: LRGB L 6x300sec, R 6x300sec, G 6x300sec, B 6x300sec

  When: June 2013

  Other information: Namibia, Tivoli Farm



Photo Details

  Telescope: Sky90@f5

  Camera: Asi1600MMC-p

  Mount: HEQ5 Pro belt modded

  Guiding: Off-axis Lodestar

  Exposure: LRGB 30,10,10,10x1min Unity Gain

  When: August 2019

  Other information: Bateleur SA


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