Object name: M026
M26 is an open star cluster in Scutum not far below much more famous M11. Its Trumpler class is I1m which means; detached with strong central condensation, star of nearly same brightness and 50 to 100 stars. I'm not seeing the first two in my image. Especially all stars being of about the same brightness. Maybe visually in a 6 to 8 inch telescope that might be the impression but it sure isn't what I see in my image. Other sources however disagree. I quoted the Sky Catalog 2000. Trumper himself says II2r saying it is less concentrated and stars are somewhat different brightness but there are more of them. Götz says II3m says it stars are even more far-ranging in brightness and we are back to 50 to 100 of them rather than more than 100. And you thought this was an exact science.