Object name: ARP004
Not surprisingly, Arp 4/MCG -02-05-050 falls under his classification for low surface brightness spiral galaxies. These tend to be very blue. That is the case here. It is quite nearby at only about 60 to 65 million light-years away in the constellation of Cetus. Its classification is IAB(rs)m indicating it is an irregular galaxy with characteristics of both a barred and normal spiral and falls into the Magellanic class as does our Magellanic clouds.