Globular cluster M22 in
A map of the star field. Magnitudes are given without
a decimal point, e.g. 67 is to be interpreted as magnitude 6.7.
For the northern-hemisphere observer in a light-polluted area, this is the only globular cluster that could honestly be described as easy to observe with binoculars. I was even able to pick it out during a full moon (albeit from a semi-rural location). Compared to M3, it's half a magnitude brighter and in a much easier place to locate.
RA=18 36, dec=-23 54
60-degree field of view
(c) Copyright 1998 Benjamin Crowell. All right reserved.
Photos from the Digitized Sky Survey, stdatu.stsci.edu/dss/dss_form.html
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