M92 from the University of Alabama
The bright globular cluster Messier 92, seen in a red-light CCD image from the Lowell 1.1m telscope.
Credit: Bill Keel, University of Alabama.
Bright globular cluster Messier 92, represented from a B-band CCD image obtained with the prime-focus camera on the 4-meter Mayall telescope of Kitt Peak National Observatory. The cluster is off-center because this was a calibration exposure. This image spans the full 14.3-arcminute field of the 2048x2048 CCD, block averaged by a factor of 4 in each dimension. The image was also obtained by Bill Keel of the University of Alabama.
Central region of globular cluster M92 as taken by Håkon Dahle using the 1024x1024 BroCam CCD camera with an I band filter at the 2.56-m Nordic Optical Telescope on La Palma, exposed for 100 seconds during morning twilight. Click for a full-size version.
Last Modification: June 11, 1998