Release 11.12 ("Hergest Ridge")


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#1NGC 6388
The globular cluster NGC 6388, observed by Hubble
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#2NGC 6779
M 56 – Lyr
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#3Terzan 7
Stellar generation gap puzzles scientists
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#4NGC 5824
NGC 5824 in Lupus
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#5NGC 7078
M 15 - Peg
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#6NGC 6752
APOD 5.7.2013
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#7NGC 6402
M 14 @ Virtual Telescope Project
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#8NGC 7078
Hubble views an old and mysterious cluster
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#9NGC 6838
M 71 @ Virtual Telescope Project
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#10NGC 6362
The globular star cluster NGC 6362
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#11NGC 6656
A wonderful image by Gianluca Masi
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#12NGC 6809
M55 — Or a Swarm of Angry Bees?
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#13NGC 6402
Anne’s Image of the Day: Globular Cluster Messier 14
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#14NGC 6715
First globular cluster outside the Milky Way
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#15NGC 6642
NGC 6642, a globular cluster in Sagittarius
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#16NGC 5927
NGC 5927 at Antilhue - Chile
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#17Pfleiderer 2
A new Galactic globular cluster identified by using DOLoRes-TNG data
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#18NGC 6205
M13 The Great Globular Cluster in Hercules
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#19NGC 6254
June 19th, 2013 | Author: Gianluca Masi
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#20NGC 6205
APOD: August 19, 1998 - M13
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#21NGC 6205
M13: The Great Globular Cluster in Hercules
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#22NGC 6517
NGC 6517
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#23Terzan 1
Terzan 1: Hubble Spots Globular Cluster
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#24NGC 6205
M13 The Hercules Globular Cluster
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#25NGC 6637
Cosmic riches
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