M13 is well placed
Sunday 2nd Jun 2019
The Hercules globular cluster (M13, NGC 6205) will be well placed for observation. It will reach its highest point in the sky at around midnight local time.
At a declination of +36°27', it is easiest to see from the northern hemisphere but cannot be seen from latitudes much south of 33°S.
From London, it will be visible all night. It will become visible at around 23:18 (BST) as the dusk sky fades, 66° above your south-eastern horizon. It will be lost to dawn twilight at around 02:40, 67° above your south-western horizon.
At magnitude 5.8, M13 is quite faint, and certainly not visible to the naked eye, but can be viewed through a pair of binoculars or small telescope.
The position of M13 is as follows:
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The coordinates above are given in J2000.0.
This entry in the observing calendar was provided by In-The-Sky.org