7492 is the weirdest looking globular cluster I have ever
observed. This faint low-surface-brightness object is
very distant and one of the faintest of the NGC
globulars. It makes a few of the Palomars look bright
in comparison. NGC 7492 is considered a challenge for
a 10-inch telescope, although there are reports that it has
been glimpsed in an 8-inch.
In my 18-inch
f/4.5 at 94x it made itself visible as a large faint
fuzzball, rather similar in appearance to a telescopic
comet. At 270x a round haze was visible with a
sparkling of perhaps a dozen scattered stars appearing and
then disappearing with averted vision. The overall
visual effect was quite strange for a globular and one not
I guess you'll
just have to have a look for yourself!