Barnard 92, Barnard 93
Dark Nebula in Sagittarius

Also M24 and NGC6603

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B92, B93 (LDN 323, LDN 327)
Constellation: Sagittarius
Type: Dark Nebula
Position: For B92
RA: 18h 16.9m
Dec: -18deg: 04'
Magnitude: NA
Exposure: Taken 6-3-09 at the Texas Star Party
15 X 300s ISO 800 55 deg. f
Processing: Raw images converted to 16bit TIFs, dark subtracted and stacked (average) in ImagesPlus.
Levels and curves adjusted in Photoshop.
Equipment: Orion 80ED  f/7.5 refractor at prime focus
Hutech Modified Canon Digital Rebel (300D)
Losmandy G-11 Gemini mount
SBIG ST-4 autoguider
Celestron Guidescope
Notes: B92 (the larger dark nebula) and B93 lie on the edge of M24 - the Sagittarius star cloud.
M24 is the large, diffuse group of stars that are immediately to the right of these two dark nebulae.
Embedded within M24 is the star cluster NGC6603. 

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