NGC 1929 is a star cluster in the N44 nebula, which in turn resides in the Large Magellanic Cloud in Dorado. I cannot recall coming across an NGC designation for a star cluster; I wonder how common that is.
A composite picture of NGC 1929 is the February image for Astronomy Magazine's 2014 Deep Space Mysteries calendar.
This looks like the image...
Globulars or Open, clusters of stars can be neat viewing.
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