||NGC 5824, Bennett 67
||15 h 04 min -
33° 04' Lupus (Lup)
||NGC5824 is a globular
cluster located in Lupus, the Wolf, near the Centaurus
border. Of strongly condensed type, its description reads: fairly
bright (mag 9), small (6.2 arcsecs) and with a stellar nucleus.
Individual stars are mag 15.5 and fainter, a challenge to resolve for a
12" telescope under good conditions. It is an impressive 110 000
light years distant.
Click on the image for a higher resolution
version. The field of view is 37 x 25 arcminutes with north
towards the top.
||NRGB 50:16:16:16 min @ -25°C
; all exposures unbinned, no filter on luminance
||SBIG STL-11000 with Astronomik
Type 2 RGB filterset - selfguided
||RCOS 14.5" Ritchey-Chrétien
||MaxIm DL/CCD, PixInsight
|Location - Date - Time
||San Esteban (Chile) - 05Jun2005 @
||Transparency 8/10, Seeing 5/10, Temperature