[M92, Bill Keel] [PNG]

M92 from the University of Alabama

The bright globular cluster Messier 92, seen in a red-light CCD image from the Lowell 1.1m telscope.

Credit: Bill Keel, University of Alabama.

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    [M92, Bill Keel]

    Bright globular cluster Messier 92, represented from a B-band CCD image obtained with the prime-focus camera on the 4-meter Mayall telescope of Kitt Peak National Observatory. The cluster is off-center because this was a calibration exposure. This image spans the full 14.3-arcminute field of the 2048x2048 CCD, block averaged by a factor of 4 in each dimension. The image was also obtained by Bill Keel of the University of Alabama.

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  • More Messier images from Bill Keel's collection

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    Central region of globular cluster M92 as taken by Håkon Dahle using the 1024x1024 BroCam CCD camera with an I band filter at the 2.56-m Nordic Optical Telescope on La Palma, exposed for 100 seconds during morning twilight. Click for a full-size version.

  • Amateur images of M92

    Hartmut Frommert
    Christine Kronberg

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