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Telescope: Astro-Physics 160 EDF Designation: Messier 14 (also known as M14 or NGC 6402) is a globular cluster in the constellation Ophiuchus. It was discovered by Charles Messier in 1764. At a distance of about 30,000 light-years, M14 contains several hundred thousand stars. At an apparent magnitude of +7.6 it can be easily observed with binoculars. Medium-sized telescopes will show some hint of the individual stars of which the brightest is of magnitude +14. Wiki.
Mount: Astro-Physics AP1600 GTO Constellation: Ophiuchus
Camera: SBIX STX 16803 with Astrodon Ver. 2 Filters Remotely Imaged With CCD Commander
Guiding:SBIG ST402 Guider Type: Globular Cluster
Exposure Data: RGB 160 Mins. each. Position: R.A. 17 hr 38 min , Dec -03 15
Processed using Maxim data aquisition, PixInsight and PhotoShop image processing Date: May 2017
Data Acquisiton, Reduction and Processing by Jim Janusz Imaging Location: Cave Creek Canyon Observatory