In a pathetic attempt at trying to keep imaging with nights that are like a sunrise, here is a globular cluster in the Milky Way – M56 in the constellation Lyra.  I really like globulars with a Milky Way background – and fortunately there are a few of these.  What I didn’t know was that you could see galaxies through the Milky Way – there are 2 small ones top-left, there’s also a planetary nebula in there (towards the middle) as well.

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