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M67 is in the constellation Cancer and is often overlooked because of it's next door neighbor, M44, the Beehive Cluster. This is one of the oldest open clusters known and in some ways, not visually but spectroscopically resembles a globular cluster. M67 is about 2,500 light years distant.
Location: Cheddar Ranch Observatory
Telescope: LX200 10" SCT @ f/6.3
Camera: Hutech Type I Modified 350D
Exposure Count: 10 @ 5 minutes, 50 minute total exposure.
Guiding: ST-402, Orion 80ED
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