This would be much more impressive if we could shoot it in Infrared, as there is a lot of dust glowing in infrared light.
The prominent bright star on the left is HR 258, whats cool about it is
that in reality it is a binary or double star system!
Technically, these two stars are known as CCDM J00549+2337 A
& B they are approx 12,000 light-years away. As you can see
this cluster has some very nice older mature stars shining yellow and a
smattering of young blue stars as well giving it a very smooth look.
The open cluster is 300-700 Million years old, while that sounds
impressive, remember our star (sun) is 5.5 Billion years old.