Updated: 6.26.08

M13 is arguably the best and most well known globular cluster in the northern hemisphere, visible to the naked eye from dark sites and located in the constellation of Hercules. This shot was taken with the Starlight Xpress H36 camera on the 10" Newtonian at f/4 using a custom spacer and the MPCC coma corrector.

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10" Homebuilt Newtonian

Starlight Express SXV-H36 monochrome ccd camera


f/4 MPCC

stacked and flattened in Maxim and tweaked in PS

Guided with SX guide head in the Sky90


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