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Adam Block
July 20, 2006
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Acquisition Details

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Description

Not Oft Imaged, M56 M56,in the constellation of Lyra, is often completely overlooked (and understandibly so) by the more showy resident of the area- M57. This very short exposure (LRGB 20:5:5:5) attempts to display the most stars and vivid colors as possible with the data in hand. The data was processed as part of a workshop recently held (by me) in Cincinnati. This cluster is around 30,000 light years away and orbits our galaxy rapidly. See this and other images at Caelumobservatory.com



Gossamer Galaxy
1019

July 20, 2006


M31: Andromeda
907

July 20, 2006


The Heart Nebula
1124

July 20, 2006


Subaru
1110

July 20, 2006


M31 in Color
971

July 20, 2006