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20 May, 2017
Vixen VC200L @ f/6.4 + SBIG ST2000XM
M13 is generally considered the finest globular cluster in the northern skies, mainly because it is visible to the naked eye in a well-known grouping of stars that sails high overhead in the summer sky. It is a swollen mass teeming with perhaps 300.000 to a half-million suns spread across 140 light years or more.