Look at a photo of a globular cluster of stars in the constellation Scorpio

NGC 6380 (other designations - GCL 68, ESO 333-SC14, Tonantsintla 1) is a globular cluster in the constellation Scorpio. Ball

The cluster was originally discovered in 1826 by the English astronomer James Dunlop, who worked for Sir Thomas Brisbane at his private observatory.

The very bright star at the top of the image is HD 159073, just 4,000 light-years from Earth.

The named structure is amazing in beautyglobular star cluster. Such formations contain a large number of luminaries. The structure is closely related by gravity and revolves around the galactic center as a satellite.

This image was captured with the Hubble Wide Angle Camera 3 (WFC3).

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