M10 is a 6th magnitude globular star cluster located in a region of the sky in Ophiuchus that is relatively rich in globular clusters. It is only about 3.4 degrees away from the nearby M12 globular cluster. Both of these globular clusters were discovered by Charles Messier in May 1764.
This is a composite RGB CCD image taken with a Takahashi FCT-150 at prime focus using an SBIG ST-8XE CCD. This image was taken from my backyard in Scottsdale, Arizona.
M10 (NGC 6254).
RA: 16h 57m 28s Dec: -04d 06' 45"
February 25, 2006
Image by Sid Leach
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