The Rose Cluster (ばら球状星団)Messier 5

About a week ago, the night sky was clear for an hour and a half for the first time in two weeks, so I aimed my telescope at my favorite Rose Nebula.
It seems that Pattaya has entered the rainy season one month early. It's early ~. The next 5 months will be a time when I can hardly shoot.
I tried to separate the stars and edit them so that they look as rose-like as possible, but I wonder if the red stars are weak.
Basically, I like halos of stars, but globular clusters are evil. I've come to want LRGB without halo.


Place: Backyard East Pattaya (Bortle Class 6, Moon Phase 0.4%)
Shot Date 21st / May / 2023 00:06 (UTC+7)
TS RC10 Truss  (250mm,F/8.0,f/2000mm)
filter: SVbony RGB Filter set
R: 30X60Secs 30minutes
G: 30X60Secs 30minutes
B: 30X60Secs 30minutes

Total 1 hour 30 minutes

Palette: Target :RGB
Gain: 200 BIN2 Mono
Mount :iOptron CEM70G
Guide: SVBony 60mm F/4, QHY290C (Dithering every 5 shots)
Pre-Processing APP  Drizlle None
Post-Processing PI,PS  (DBE-SPCC-StarX->BlurX-Stretch)
Shot By Taro Seki

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