Object name: NGC7128
NGC 7128 is an open cluster in the constellation of Cygnus. It is one of the prettier clusters in the original Herschel 400 list. The distance to it has usually been put at about 7500 light years but I found a well-researched paper indicating it is more like 13000 light years away give or take 10%. This puts it on the edge of the Perseus arm of our galaxy rather than between arms. Since it is a rather young cluster, something over 10 million years old, it wouldn't have had time to move out of an arm as the old distance estimates said. Another reason I like this new distance estimate.