M3 Globular Cluster

The globular cluster M3 includes about a half million stars. It is one of the nices examples in the northern hemispher sky. It was the first of the Messier objects personally discovered by Charles Messer. This image was taken starting at 2022-05-01 01:35 from Fort Davis, Texas and stacked from 13 three minute exposures. Shot with a WO RedCat 250/51 mm, ZWO ASI533 MC, ASIAIR Plus, on a SW AZ-EQ5 mount.

Processed with PixInsight and Topaz DeNoise AI with final crop and exposure adjustments in Photoshop.

Content created: 2022-05-11

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