globular cluster in Ophiuchus

10.1'' reflector  Mallincam DS432cTEC
Exposures = 3 sec, Gain = 30/250, Live Stacked frames = 60

M107 is a loosely concentrated globular cluster; the core is irregularly shaped, not as circular as most globulars. Also known as the Crucifix cluster, there is a discernable cross-shaped pattern of bright stars in the center-left portion of the core. M107 is listed at 21,000 light years away.

North at 7 o'clock, East at 4 o'clock