Object name: ARP005
Designation(s): ARP005, NGC3664,
Arp 5/NGC 3664 is in southwestern Leo, 80 light-years distant. Arp put it in his category for low surface brightness spirals. Arp had no comment on this one. He also apparently missed NGC 3664A about 6.5 minutes to the south. It too is very weird. Redshifts of the two are nearly identical. All the literature I've seen say they are interacting and the cause of the severe distortion both show. Assuming they are both at the same distance their separation is only about 140 thousand light years. These aren't very big galaxies.
Related Designation(s):2MASX J11242425+0319299, ARP 005, ARP005, CGCG 039-170, CGCG 1121.8+0336, DDO 095, HIPASS J1124+03, HIPEQ J1124+03, HIR J1124+0318, IRAS 11218+0336, IRAS F11218+0335, KPG 283, LGG 233:[G93] 004, MAPS-NGP O_553_1410489, MCG +01-29-041, NGC 3664, NGC3664, NSA 159767, PGC 035041, SDSS J112424.25+031930.9, SDSS J112424.70+031934.0, UGC 06419, USGC U380 NED02, UZC J112425.1+031941, VIII Zw 146, VV 251, WBL 329-003, WVFS J1124+0315, WVFSCC J112425+032404, [M98j] 119 NED06, [TCW2007] 094, [ZSK75] 1121.8+0336,