NGC1664 is an star open cluster you can find in Auriga constellation. This one is about 3700 light years away and apparently it is visible in the very star reach region, so it can be tricky to distinguish cluster stars from the background. You need to use at least binoculars to spot this cluster. Its brightest stars form a recognizable shape that resembles kite – hence the cluster nickname. Cluster contains over 100 stars, and is located between our local arm and Perseus arm of our galaxy.
Picture below has been made with TS130/910 refractor with 0.79x focal reducer and Atik 383 mono camera with RGB filters. Mount EQ6 guided. During first quarter Moon and under suburban sky. Total exposure time was 150 minutes.