47 Tucane – NGC104

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David Trotter

Sydney, Australia

GSO RC8 Telescope, Sbig STL 6303e CCD on an AP900 mount

Apparently this was originally known as 47 Tucane because it was the 47th brightest star in the constellation Tucane. It ultimately turned out to be the 2nd most massive globular cluster in the galaxy, after Omega Centauri.

2015-09-08T00:00:00

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