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In the constellation Sagitta lies a controversial group of stars that might be a dense open star cluster, or may be an unusually loose globular cluster. Either way it's home to 20,000, many of which shine a distinctive gold color.
Telescope:   Stellina
Length:   400mm
Aperture:   80mm
F-stop:   f/5.0
Sessions:   1
Captured:   2021-10-08 to 2021-10-08
Lights:   118
Exposure:   10
Total exposure:   19 m
Ra:   19h 53m 47.9s
Dec:   +18° 47' 32.869
Size:   60.707 x 41.159 arcmin
Radius:   0.611 deg
Scale:   0.688 arcsec/pixel