Star Clusters in July

M6 “The Butterfly Cluster” and M7 are known as ‘open star clusters’, because they are not as tightly packed as globular star clusters.

A pair of 50mm or larger binoculars will bring out the beauty of these two amazing star clusters, both of which were included in Charles Messier’s catalog of 110 astronomical objects.

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