Shot on the night of May 28th on a clear night with poor seeing. Shots of jupiter didn't come out how I liked it so I let my telescope guide me to random objects in the sky.
Messier Object 13, the Hercules Globuar Cluster (NGC 6205) is a cluster that lies in the Hercules constellation. It has a magnitude of 5.8 and is 23 arc minutes wide. To the north east lies NGC 6207, a small galaxy.. that I JUST happened to miss capturing in this shot -_-". Oh well... better luck next time. Also my laptop's power supply kept acting up so I only got this one shot out of the whole night. But I have to say I'm quite pleased with the sharpness, although there is a little drift along the edges.
Composite of 19 frames (6x8"800ISO, 1x13"800ISO, 6x8"1600ISO, 6x13"1600ISO) aligned and stacked with registax then processed with Photoshop.