The Parker-Carboni double-team do the great globular cluster in Hercules M13

5 hours of Hyperstar III data (3 hours in 10-minute subs, 1 hour in 1-minute subs and 1 hour in 50-second subs) collected at the New Forest Observatory and subsequently processed by Noel Caboni in Florida U.S.A.  In addition Noel compared my data to some earlier data he processed from the DSS and found a high proper motion star (the DSS data is from 20 years ago and one of the stars in the image has moved a considerable distance in the intervening 20 years).  This Hyperstar III data goes every bit as deep as the DSS data collected with the Oschin-Schmidt camera.

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