NGC6769, NGC6770, NGC6771, IC4836, NGC6752, IC4827 and IC4845
Image taken at Clayton Bay, South Australia
Equipment - FSQ106ED and QSI683-8
Guiding - QSI OAG and SBIG ST-i.
Software - MaximDL, Focusmax, Pinpoint, CCDautopilot 5
LRGB 19.5 hours
Darks, flats and biases applied
Processed in CCD stack and Photoshop CS6
Object -These galaxies and globular cluster are located in the constellation of Pavo at distances ranging from 13,000 light years and 160 million light years. The globular cluster is the third brightest globular in the night sky after Omega Centauri and 47 Tucanae.