I recently got Nat Geo's computer-generated Milky Way poster. One of the things that first caught my eye is their placement of M71 near the galactic core and directly in line between us and the core. This is quite different to what I'd read elsewhere, for instance ESA/Hubble describe M71 as "a great ball of ancient stars on the edge of our galaxy. And of course it makes no sense visually, as it is nowhere near Sagittarius. It appears that Nat Geo got it wrong. Anyone else notice this?