Object name: NGC6755
NGC 6755 is an open star cluster in Aquila that is about 4600 light years distant. To me, it is the Mitosis Cluster. When I first saw it when doing the first Herschel 400 in the early 80's in my 10" f/5 my impression was that it was a cluster in the process of splitting into two clusters. I was rather surprised to see that same impression in this image of it. A pair of linear "stretch marks" on the west (right) side seem to indicate it is about to split. Just a bit further west is an odd narrow vertical band of stars in a wave pattern that seems to hold its width along the entire west side of the cluster furthering the impression. Or my mind is just set on seeing mitosis no matter what.