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The 109 objects in a March globular cluster marathon

Get the list and see how many of these objects you can spot in one night.
RELATED TOPICS: GLOBULAR CLUSTERS
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In the March 2014 issue of Astronomy, I challenged readers with the question, “How many globular clusters can you see in might night?” Taking the Messier marathon as inspiration, I made a list of 109 globular clusters to track down in a single night in March. My list of objects is in the PDF below. I observed 105 of the 109 and considered that a great success. How many can you spot?

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