Basic object information
Object name: NGC 6664
Object type: Open cluster
Magnitude: 7.8
Size: 12.0'
Number of stars: 50
Magnitude of brightest star: 10.1
Object classification: III 2 m
Description: Cl,L,pRi,vlC
Notes: H VIII 12;Contains Cepheid variable EV Sct

Catalog information
RA (J2000.0): 18h 36m 36.0s
Dec (J2000.0): -8 13' 00"
Constellation: Scutum

Observer: Iiro Sairanen
Obs. place: Ania, Pirkkala, Finland
Date/Time: 24/25.8.2009 23:45

Telescope: Newton 300/1500 mm

Magn: 214x
Field: 23'
Background sky: 2 (21.1)Visuality: I

Filter:
NE Lim.mag: 6.7
Seeing: 2
Height: 17

Weather: +5C

I tried this object few nights ago but without success because it was plotted on the wrong place in TriAtlas. Actually I saw it then but wasn't sure that it was the object. Anyway, this time I had to hurry with the sketch because NGC 6664 was slowly sliding to behind the trees. There are five to seven stars brighter than 11 mag and about 25 fainter  stars visible at 214x.