NGC 2419 is a globular cluster in the constellation Lynx, discovered by William Herschel on 1788.
It has apparent magnitude 9.06 and apparent dimension 6’; it is at a distance of about 300,000 light years from the Solar System and at the same distance from the galactic center.
NGC 2419 bears the nickname "the Intergalactic Wanderer," which was bestowed when it was erroneously thought not to be in orbit around the Milky Way, due to its great distance. Its orbit takes it further away from the galactic center than the Magellanic Clouds, but it can (with qualifications) be considered as part of the Milky Way. At this great distance it takes three billion years to make one trip around the galaxy.
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Optic GSO RC12 Truss - Aperture 304mm, focal lenght 2432mm, f/8
Mount 10Micron GM2000 HPSII
Camera ZWO ASI 2600 MM Pro with filter wheel 7 positions
Filters Astrodon Gen2 E-Serie Tru-Balance 50mm unmounted LRGB
Guiding system ZWO OAG-L with guide camera ASI 174MM
Exposure details L 20x300" bin3 -20C
R 12x300" bin3 -20C
G 12x300" bin3 -20C
B 12x300" bin3 -20C
Total integration 4h40'
Acquisition Voyager, PHD2
Processing Pixinsight 1.8, Photoshop CS5
Location Promiod (Aosta Valley, Italy), own remote observatory
Date 9 February 2022