Wow Robert!!! Nice work mate! Nice sharp stars in Omega and good capture of the arms in M83
Rick, Omega Centauri is a very strange Globular in the sense that they believe it has a Black Hole at the centre, re-categorising it as a small Galaxy, not a Globular Cluster.
They have been studying it for a few years now in an attempt to prove the existence of a Black Hole but they aren't easy to prove, but they are witnessing the effects that match Black Holes at the centre of galaxies.
It is a massive Globular, and is easily seen naked eye.
Here it is marked on my photograph of our night sky: (top right corner near Centaurus 'A' galaxy)
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