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New M14: Globular Cluster with BRC250 + variable stars



 
 
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Old July 17th 11, 03:29 PM posted to sci.astro.ccd-imaging
Danilo Pivato
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Default New M14: Globular Cluster with BRC250 + variable stars

Hi all,

I'm following the recent image of M14 made ??with the F.F.C.
a new image of the same globular cluster, but this made with
the Takahashi BRC250.

In the map was given the position of all 93 + NOVA (1938)
variable stars in M14, while the catalog is at bottom page
of the map.

The old image of M14 with FFC:
http://www.danilopivato.com/tabulae_.../m14_ffc_L.htm

The new image of M14 with BRC250:
http://www.danilopivato.com/tabulae_.../m14_brc_L.htm

Map & Catalog of variable stars of M14:
http://www.danilopivato.com/tabulae_..._brc_L_map.htm

Best regards,

Danilo Pivato
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Old July 19th 11, 08:45 AM posted to sci.astro.ccd-imaging
i susan
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Default New M14: Globular Cluster with BRC250 + variable stars

The technical stuff is lost on me, Danilo. But I do so adore your
heavenly pictures! Many thanks for sharing them here...



your #1 fan in Colorado, susan

 




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