M9 (also designated NGC 6333) is a globular cluster in the constellation of Ophiuchus. It is one of the nearer globular clusters to the center of the Milky Way Galaxy with a distance of around 5,500 light-years. Its distance from Earth is estimated to be 26,000 light-years.
|Optics:||ASA N 12 Astrograph at /6.8|
|Mount:||ASA DDM 85|
|Filters:||Astronomik LRGB filter set|
|Dates/Times:||26 April 2012|
|Exposure Details:||L = 10 min, R = 10 min; G = 10 min; B = 10 min.|
|Processing:||PixInsight, Photoshop CS|