M5 is a globular cluster discovered by Gottfried Kirch and Maria Margarethe Kirch in 1702. It’s located in constellation Serpens and it’s 24500 light-years far from the Solar System. This globular cluster has diameter 165 light-years and contains more than 100 000 stars, which makes it one of the biggest globular cluster in our Milky Way galaxy.
|Telescope:||Newton 254/1000 mm|
|Focal length:||1000 mm|
|Autoguiding||Orion Mini Autoguider|
|Camera:||Moravian instruments G2 8300M @-40C|
|Exposure:||24xL, 180 s, bin 1x1, 8xRGB 120 s, bin 2x2|