Something different from M13 and M92. The two planetary nebulae are very bright and obvious at low power . They both blink into invisibility and return , great to show everyone. Look for the bright , but fuzzy nebulae, focus on the stars, these won’t focus. Higher magnification shows more of the halo and core, but I like the contrast at low power.
NGC 6210 “Turtle nebula” some great excitement as this was one of the first Hubble images , taken to be a turtle eating a shell ! Discovered by Wilhelm Struve looking for binaries. To the south east there is the binary Σ 2016, separated by 7.4″.
“Webb’s Wreath ” is a magnificent ring like asterism. (SAO 85678)
NGC 6229 is a globular cluster some 99,000 light years on the galactic halo.
Very pleased to get these in bright summer and
clear skies ! Nick.