Globular Cluster NGC 5694
On 22 May 1784 the German-British astronomer William Herschel discovered a «faint nebula» which he cataloged as II 196 and noted: «Pretty bright, small, nearly round, brighter in the middle, resolvable.»  John L. E. Dreyer add this object as NGC 5694 in his «New General Catalogue» appeared in 1888. 
|Right Ascension||14h 39m 36.5s|
|Declination||-26° 32' 16"|
|Visual magnitude||10.2 mag|
|Metric Distance||35.000 kpc|
|Dreyer Description||cB, cS, R, psbM, r, * 9.5 sp|
|Identification, Remarks||GCL 29, ESO 512-SC10|
The globular cluster NGC 5694 can be found in the eastern part of the constellation Hydra, under the claws of the scorpion, today kown as constellation Libra. The best viewing time is March to June, when it is close to the meridian at night and highest in the sky.
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