- Open Clusters (And) -

And (3) Cep (23) CVn (1) Lac (6) Per (13) Sgr (5)
Aql (5) CMa (3) Cyg (23) Lyr (2) Pup (6) Tau (6)
Aur (8) CMi (1) Gem (10) Mon (7) Sct (3) Tri (1)
Cam (3) Cnc (3) Her (1) Oph (3) Ser (2) UMa (1)
Cas (25) Com (1) Hya (1) Ori (11) Sge (1) Vul (5)

NGC206 (OC)

Image source: DSS II (blue) - 10×10'
Name: NGC206, H5.36
Group: M31
Type: OC, EG
Constellation: And
Coordinates: 00h40m33.80s / +40°44'22.00"
Brightness / Size: 12m8 / 4.2x4.2'
NGC206 is actually not a cluster, but a very large association of stars within the galaxy Messier 31.

152mm f/5.9, 72x, Bortle 4, SQM-L 21.3
Well seen with averted vision, relatively large, slightly oval, evenly bright.

8" f/6, 150x, Bortle 4
Oval or slightly elongated, quite faint, evenly bright. Fairly well visible with averted vision.

NGC752 (OC)

Image source: DSS II (blue) - 80×80'
Name: NGC752, H7.32
Type: OC
Constellation: And
Coordinates: 01h57m41.00s / +37°47'06.00"
Brightness / Size: 5m7 / 50.0x50.0'
naked eye, Bortle 4, SQM-L 21.0
Only the brighter star chain southwest of the cluster was visible.

naked eye, Bortle 3, SQM-L 21.5
Well visible with averted vision, rather large, evenly bright. Located besides a medium bright star.

B 40mm, 8x, Bortle 4, SQM-L 21.0
Quite loose and scattered cluster, some brighter and fainter stars. Southwest an evident chain of brighter stars. This star chain can be also seen as a golf club. The cluster is then the golf ball ;)

8" f/6, 37x, Bortle 4
Large, many brighter and moderately bright stars widely scattered. No distinct concentration toward the center. More an object for binoculars.

NGC7686 (OC)

Image source: DSS II (blue) - 25×25'
Name: NGC7686, H8.69
Type: OC
Constellation: And
Coordinates: 23h29m41.30s / +49°10'12.00"
Brightness / Size: 5m6 / 15.0x15.0'
4.5" f/8, 28x, Bortle 7
Around brighter star just some scattered stars visible. Not evident. Also used a magnification of 100x.