Object name: NGC0637
NGC 637 is a small, tight, open cluster in Cassiopeia west of the Soul and Heart Nebulae. It is in the original Herschel 400 observing list and was discovered by William Herschel on November 9, 1787. According to WEBDA, it is about 7000 light-years distant and only about 9.5 million years old, a very young cluster. It is listed as Trumpler class I2m meaning it is highly concentrated with a medium range of brightness and richness. My visual log indicates I needed fairly high power to see 5 or 6 of the brighter stars against a faint fuzzy background of a dozen or so faint stars. Not much to look at I ventured. But it is one that easily fits my rather small field of view.