Globular CLusters

Konojedy, 2023-06-25T01:44:00+02:00, Nikon D5600, SW 100ED APO / 900mm, ISO 800 8 x 200s
Globular clusters are groups of stars with an interesting origin. They are formed after collisions of dwarfs galaxy with our Milky Way, with a particular cluster of stars appearing to "peel off" after each pass, but they stay together due to their gravitational force and are relatively bright, making them easy targets for us amateurs astronomers.