Messier 30 (NGC7099) is a globular cluster object of interest in space. It lies at a distance of 27.8-31 kly light years away in the constellation of Capricornus. It is referred to as M(30) when it was catalogued by Charles Messier in 18th - 19th Century France. It is also referred to as NGC(7099) in the New General Catalogue. This is a list of deep space objects that was compiled by John Louis Emil Dreyer in 1888 in an update to John Herschel earlier catalogue. Messier 30 (NGC7099) was discovered in 1764 by Charles Messier. The Globular Cluster's location is 21:40.4 (R.A.) and -23:11 (Dec.). Its Visual Brightness is a 7.2 Magnitude and has an apparent magnitude of 8 with an apparent dimension of 12.0 . The object can not be seen by the naked eye, you need a telescope to see it.
(M30,NGC7099) is a globular cluster. It was discovered in 1764 by Charles Messier. It's location is RA(21:40.4), Dec(-23:11) and its distance is calculated 27.8-31 light years away. Its visual Brightness is 7.2. Its apparent dimensions measured in arcmins is 12.0.
|Name||Messier 30 (NGC7099)|
|Distance (Lt.Yr)||27.8-31 kly|
|Naked Eye Visible||Requires a 7x50 Binoculars - Magnitudes|
|Year of Discovery||1764|