Deep Sky Object in Summer
NGC6934 (Globular Cluster in Delphinus)
|Date & Time: ||Nov 18 2000, 18:23 JST(+0900), 30min. Exp.
|Optical: ||VIXEN 20cm(7.9") VISAC with conversion lens (f=1278mm, F6.4)
|Auto-guided with TAKAHASHI JP equatorial & Meade Pictor 201 XT
|Camera: ||MINOLTA XD
|Film: ||Kodak Portra 800
|Location: ||Ooizumi vil., Yamanashi pref.
NGC6934 is a small globular cluster contained in the constellation of Delphinus, positioned at 7 degrees south of small diamond-shaped asterism of the constellation.
The cluster has an apparent diameter of 6 arc minutes and a brightness of 9th magnitude.
You can recognize it with binoculars as a stellar-like figure, and small scopes can show you a dimmed image like nebulosity.
The cluster looks like a normal round shape, has no characteristics worthy of mention.
It's a tiny globular in a tiny constellation being in hiding within the eastern coast of summer's Milky Way.
|NGC6934 / Globular Cluster|
|R.A.||20h 34m 12.0s (2000.0)|
|Dec.||+07°24' 00" (2000.0)|