NGC/IC Objects

NGC 6934: Globular Star Cluster (Delphinus) RA: 20h 34.2m / DEC: +07° 24'.3
Instrument: 10-inch Starfinder

NGC 6934 is an 8.9 magnitude globular cluster. It's positioned about 4 degrees south of 4.0 magnitude Epsilon (2) Delphini. NGC 6934 displays subtle interior granularity surrounded by a misty glow extending to 6' in diameter. About a dozen 12th and 13th magnitude stars frame this beauty. Before leaving the region, visit NGC 6928 and NGC 6930, a fine galaxy pair 2.5 degrees to the north.

NGCs 6928 & 6930 NGC 6939


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