Object name: NGC6366
NGC 6366 is a faint, scattered, very reddened by galactic dust, globular star cluster in the constellation of Ophiuchus 3 degrees southwest of far better known M14. It is about 11,400 light-years from earth and 16,300 light-years from the center of the galaxy. It is classified as class XI. These tend to look much like open star clusters than globular star clusters. It's brightest star is only magnitude 13.6 so it isn't easily resolved even in fairly large amateur telescopes. NED shows it dimmed by 2.5 magnitudes in the V band where human vision is most sensitive. Photometric measurements show it 1.6 magnitudes brighter in red light than blue. This turns its stars quite red in my image. I color balanced to the photometric values, not the spectral values. The latter would have shown it much bluer erasing the reddening of the dust we are forced to look through to see this globular.