Object name: NGC6229
NGC 6229 is the "other" globular in Hercules. M13 and M92 get all the attention while poor NGC 6992 tends to be the wallflower. It isn't big and bright as the other two are. Not because it isn't a major globular cluster but because it is about 100,000 light-years away on the outskirts of the galactic halo. Put it in close like M92 and M13 and it would be a grand sight. Discovered by William Herschel in 1787 he cataloged it as a planetary nebula being unable to resolve it into stars. In 1819 Admiral Smyth reports someone recorded it as a comet. This distant guy got no respect it seems.