|NGC 6752 (also known as Caldwell 93 and nicknamed the Great Peacock Globular) is a globular cluster in the constellation Pavo. It is the fourth-brightest globular cluster in the sky, after Omega Centauri, 47 Tucanae and Messier 22, respectively. The cluster lies around 13,000 light-years distant and is one of the closer globular clusters to Earth and has been calculated to be 11.78 billion years old.
||German Equatorial Mount||Image center||RA 19 10 DE -59 59|
|Telescope||20" Cassegrain f/3 (1500 mm)||Size||20'|
|Camera||Moravian G2 8300 mono||Mag||5.4
|Filter||Astrodon LRGB 1,25''||Distance
|Exposure||R 4x2min/G 4x2min/B 4x2 min|
||IAS Hakos Farm, Namibia