Globular Cluster M14 in Ophiuchus
The Globular Cluster M14 is the third brightest of seven globular clusters originally catalogued by Charles Messier over 200 years ago in the constellation Ophiuchus.  At a
distance of 30,000 light years, M14 appears smaller and dimmer than nearby globular clusters M12 and M10.  The SEDS site reports that the first CCD image was of

This image included 60 minutes of red, 45 minutes of blue, and 55 minutes of green exposures with an QSI 583 through a TEC140 refractor.   All exposures were
unbinned.  The image was cropped to a field of 29 arc min wide by 31 arc min high.  North is up.
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