Often overlooked, but not forgotten…I really like this little gem of a chance alignment of a stars, just sitting out here all by itself.

NGC 7772 is a tiny collection of stars, spanning 3 arc minutes in the constellation Pegasus that were once thought to be an open cluster.

The stars were first recorded on 7 October 1825 by the British astronomer John Herschel.

It is located 4,900 light years away from Earth.

Recent Gaia Satellite data shows the stars in the area are unrelated.

Celestron C6 Newtonian Reflector, Baader Coma Corrector, Bisque MyT Mount, ZWO 294MC Cooled Cmos Camera, 10 x 120sec subs, 20 minutes total exposure integration time.

Captured on 09-20-2022 from my backyard observatory in Dayton, Ohio.

Best Regards,

John Chumack