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NGC 6207   
Penryn, California
May 2007/April 2009
M 250 @ f9.3 (ag, ST-4)
ST-10XME LRGB 10 minute subs  (Lum 2009)

NGC 6207 is a dwarf starburst galaxy near the "Great Cluster" M 13.  It is classified as Sm and is at a distance of 39 Mly.  The bright stellar appearing core is in fact a foreground star.  The morphology suggest an interaction with another galaxy.