Globular Cluster NGC 6760
This globular cluster was discovered on 30th March 1845 by the British astronomer John Russell Hind using a 7" refractor. 
|Right Ascension (J2000.0)||19h 11m 12.1s|
|Declination (J2000.0)||+01° 01' 52"|
|Visual magnitude||9.0 mag|
|Metric Distance||7.400 kpc|
|Dreyer Description||pB, pL, vglbM (Auw. 44)|
|Identification, Remarks||GCL 109|
The globular cluster NGC 6760 can be found in constellation Aquila. Only 1° 43' towards northwest you can find another globular cluster: NGC 6749. The best time for observation is in the months July through September.
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