The Open Cluster M93

From the National Optical Astronomical Observatories
M93 is an open star cluster in the constellation Puppis. A small but bright system with some 100 members spread over some 25 light years in diameter, at a distance of around 3500 light years. This CCD color composite is from data taken on at the Burrell Schmidt telescope of Case Western Reserve University's Warner and Swasey Observatory located on Kitt Peak, near Tucson, Arizona.
Image Title: The Open Cluster M93
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