• Constellation: Hercules
  • Right Ascension: 16h 05m 15.0s
  • Declination: +17° 44′ 55″
  • Distance: 500 million

The Hercules Galaxy Cluster or its more more formal designation of Abell 2151, contains some 200 to 300 galaxies located approximately 500 million light years away. Imaged with the Es127 refractor and the Atik 314L+ mono ccd.

This image shows the location of many of the galaxies in this image, there are still others that aren't cataloged.

  • Telescope: Explore Scientific 127 Refractor
  • Camera: Atik 314l+