Globular Cluster NGC 6934
This globular cluster was discovered by William Herschel on 24 September 1785 using his 18.7 inch reflecting telescope. He cataloged it as I 103 (class I = bright nebulae) and noted: «Very bright, large, gradually much brighter in the middle, easly resolvable, beautiful object.»  His son John listed the object in 1833 as a globular cluster with the designation h 2081.  Dreyer cataloged it in 1888 as NGC 6934. 
|Right Ascension||20h 34m 11.6s|
|Declination||+07° 24' 17"|
|Visual magnitude||8.9 mag|
|Metric Distance||15.600 kpc|
|Dreyer Description||globular, B, L, R, rrr, st 16…, * 9 p|
|Identification, Remarks||GCL 117|
The globular cluster NGC 6934 is located in the constellation Delphinus. The best observation time is May to October.
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