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Low in the horizon this time of year lurks a star cluster filled with variable stars that cycle their magnitude over time. I didn't stay long, but this single 5-minute exposure was all I needed to capture Messier 5.
🧭 Where is it? View this image via World Wide Telescope.
Telescope:   Celestron EdgeHD 9.25
Length:   1650mm
Aperture:   235mm
F-stop:   f/7.5
Sessions:   1
Captured:   2023-05-27 to 2023-05-27
Lights:   1
Exposure:   300
Total exposure:   5 m
Ra:   15h 18m 34.7s
Dec:   +2° 05' 25.018
Size:   38.849 x 26.824 arcmin
Radius:   0.393 deg
Scale:   0.57 arcsec/pixel