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On this page I collect my observations of the globular star cluster M 15 in the constellation Pegasus.
M 15 (NGC 7078) is a globular star cluster that is located in the constellation Pegasus. Together with M 13, M 5, and M 3, it is counted among the "fantastic four" of the globular clusters in the northern hemisphere (Stoyan). Supposedly, it is the best globular cluster in autumn.
Size: 6' (Stoyan), 10' (Karkoschka)
Distance: 31,000 light years (Stoyan)
Rating: **** (Stoyan).
M15 in the constallation Pegasus
France (St. Julien Chapteuil, Haute Loire): Observed with Heritage 100P at different magnifications (up to 100 x) in early October 2016 (not found at first).
Found in Mühlhausen / Kraichgau on October 31, 2016 with Heritage 100P - with 16 mm, 7mm, and 4mm eyepieces (= up to 100 x); not found using binoculars.