Object name: NGC2192
NGC 2192 is a rather tight but somewhat sparse open cluster in Auriga about 8,000 light-years distant with a Trumpler classification of III1p meaning it has no concentration of stars toward the center, the stars are evenly bright and it contains less than 50 stars. But it fit my field and is in the second Herschel 400 list of objects which my system is programmed to grab a frame or two on when nothing better is available (usually when waiting for something better to move into my imaging window. The luminance was taken one night and the color data taken over two other nights. I only managed one frame of each color but since there were no satellites I decided to end it last November. William Herschel found it on December 31, 1788. Apparently, he wasn't out boozing up New Year's Eve. Maybe that wasn't done in England in 1788.