M10 is well placed
2015 Jun 5
Dominic Ford – originally published on In-The-Sky.org
The globular cluster M10 (NGC 6254) in Ophiuchus will be well placed for observation. It will reach its highest point in the sky at around midnight local time.
At a declination of -04°05', it is visible across much of the world; it can be seen at latitudes between 65°N and 74°S.
From London (click to change), it will be visible all night. It will become visible at around 23:26 (GMT) as the dusk sky fades, 30° above your south-eastern horizon. It will be lost to dawn twilight at around 02:34, 31° above your south-western horizon.
At magnitude 6.6, M10 is quite faint, and certainly not visible to the naked eye, but can be viewed through a pair of binoculars or small telescope.
The precise position of M10 is as follows:
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The coordinates above are given in J2000.0.
The details of this observing event were provided courtesy of In-The-Sky.org