47 Tucanae – Stephen Voss

An example of one of the most spectacular globular clusters in the night sky, 47 Tucanae preserves its best views for Southern Hemisphere observers. Through a telescope the cluster truely comes to life with the tightly pack stars of contrasting colours. This image captured through the 0.6 meter B&C reflector at The University of Canterbury Mount John Observatory.

Camera Settings

Nikon D810A
ISO 6400
Telescope: Boller & Chivens 0.61m reflector, f/6.5 (focal length 3.9 meters)
Composite of 18 tracked images varying from 10 seconds to 2 mins to produce, aligned and stacked to produce a single HDR image

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