Here’s thirty-five five-minute shots at the M92 globular cluster in Hercules.

Messier 92 is about 26,700 light-years away and one of the brightest globular clusters of the northern hemisphere. It’s often overlooked, though, because of its proximity to the more prominent M13.

This is the first image flatted with my new light box. You can’t tell because this is a crop, but the box worked well.