Image taken Clayton Bay, South Australia
Equipment - Takahashi TSA102S, reducer with QSI683WSG - 8
Guiding - Star Shoot Autoguider off axis with Paramount PME mount.
LRGB 80 35 30 30
Darks, flats and biases applied
Processed in CCD stack and Photoshop CS3
Object -This is the largest visible globular cluster in the night sky. It can even been seen from a few mainland cities. It lies in the constellation of Centaurus at a distance of nearly 16000 light years.