Object name: PAL13
Palomar 13, found in Pegasus, is located about 85 thousand light-years away and about 88 million light-years from the center of the galaxy. While SIMBAD and a note at NED says it is an intergalactic cluster this is likely incorrect. SEDS has this to say about it: "Palomar 13 was discovered by A.G. Wilson (1955) and named by him the Pegasus Globular Cluster, together with globular clusters Palomar 3, Palomar 4 and Palomar 5, and two new Local Group galaxies. That naming was certainly not essentially a happy choice, as Pegasus also contains the prominent globular M15. G.O. Abell (1955) cataloged them with their Palomar numbers."