NGC188 & M34 Globular Clusters

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NGC188

Some of the stars are a bit smeared or shifted because our telescope wanders. It hates tracking.

M34

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  • http://3jtl1.blogspot.com jason

    Cool clusters! Where in the sky are they?

  • http://www.guzzlingcakes.com/ Eve

    One’s in Cepheus and the other in Perseus. I can’t remember RA/Dec.

  • http://3jtl1.blogspot.com jason

    It’s okay, I have no idea what RA/Dec is about, other than what the words stand for. I think it’s something like latitude/longitude, but for the sky. (I never did take astronomy; astrophysics, sure, but not the stargazin’ stuff.)

  • http://www.guzzlingcakes.com/ Eve

    Astronomy is for pussies. The real fun was the spectral analysis.

  • http://lifeofdread.blogspot.com Chris

    Is this also part of your wish list?

  • http://www.guzzlingcakes.com/ Eve

    Oh you know, just a little stocking stuffer.

  • http://www.muonproof.com Tavis

    Space looks boring. I wish we were right next to a nebula or something.

  • http://www.guzzlingcakes.com/ Eve

    I had a picture of the Orion nebula as my computer background and then the night after I watched the Harry Potter movie I saw a scary clown in the nebula and had to change it. Now my background is a WWI Flying Ace.