Stargazing a star city

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M3 is one of the brightest and biggest globular clusters/star cities in the spring sky. It is in the constellation of Canes Venatici and is located at a distance of 34,ooo light years. This star city consists of 0.5 million stars.

Exposure details:

Telescope: Celestron EdgeHD 800 telescope

Camera: Modified Canon Rebel XS

Number of Light Frames: 60 (30 seconds each)

Number of Dark frames: 10

ISO: 1600

Outside Temperature: 5c

 

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