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Sirius Stargazing: Globular Cluster M15

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Uploaded on Dec 21, 2009

M15 is one of the easiest Globular Clusters to find, and ranks 12th brightest of 158 associated with the Milky Way. Its unusually dense core suggests the presence of a black hole, shrouded by the hundreds of thousands of ancient stars, that appear through our binoculars as tiny patch of light.

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