Globular Cluster

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Messier 62

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Messier 62 (M62) is a globular star cluster located in the southern constellation Ophiuchus.

The cluster has an apparent magnitude of 7.39 and lies at an approximate distance of 22,200 light years from Earth. It has the designation NGC 6266 in the New General Catalogue.
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Messier 56

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Messier 56 (M56) is a globular star cluster located in the small northern constellation Lyra.

M56 has an apparent magnitude of 8.3 and lies at a distance of 32,900 light years from Earth. The cluster has the designation NGC 6779 in the New General Catalogue.
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Messier 53

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Messier 53 (M53) is a globular star cluster located in the northern constellation Coma Berenices.

The cluster has an apparent magnitude of 8.33 and lies at an approximate distance of 58,000 light years from Earth. It has the designation NGC 5024 in the New General Catalogue.
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Messier 30

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Messier 30 (M30) is a globular cluster located in the southern constellation Capricornus. The cluster lies at a distance of 27,140 light years from Earth and has an apparent magnitude of 7.7. It has the designation NGC 7099 in the New General Catalogue.
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Messier 28

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Messier 28 (M28) is a class IV globular star cluster located in the constellation Sagittarius.

The cluster has an apparent magnitude of 7.66 and lies at a distance of 17,900 light years, or 5,500 parsecs, from Earth. Its designation in the New General Catalogue is NGC 6626.
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Messier 19

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Messier 19 (M19) is a globular cluster located in the southern constellation Ophiuchus.

The cluster has an apparent magnitude of 7.47 and lies at a distance of 28,700 light years, or 8,800 parsecs, from Earth. It has the designation NGC 6273 in the New General Catalogue.
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