Messier M92


Object Information
Messier object: M92
NGC (New General Catalog) number: NGC 6341
Discription: Globular Cluster
Located in constellation: Hercules
Right ascension in hours minutes: 17:17.1
Declination in degrees minutes: 43:08
Visual magnitude: 6.4
Size: 11.2 arc minutes
Image size: 55.23 arc minutes high by 40.98 arc minutes wide
Image orientation: North is top, East is left
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Observing Log
Date of observation: September 11, 1998
Time at end of first CCD image 22:24 PDT
Time at end of last CCD image 22:36 PDT
Observing Location: At home on the drive way
Observation of object:
Sky Conditions
Sky transparency: 5.6 - 5.0 (Magnitude of the faintest star visible with the unaided eye in Ursa Minor)
Moon rise at 23:06 PDT on September 11, 1998
Astronomical twilight ends in the evening at 21:10 PDT on September 11, 1998
Astronomical twilight starts in morning at 5:00 PDT on September 11, 1998
Observing Equipment
80 mm aperture refractor telescope and CCD Cookbook Camera
CCD image time: 4 - 240 seconds images added together
CCD dark calibration frames: 18 - 240 seconds dark frames

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