Object name: ARP049
Arp 49/NGC 5665 is in Bootes. Its distance is a bit difficult to pin down. Redshift puts it about 113 million light-years distant but a recent Tully-Fisher measurement says only about 65 million light-years. A 40 year old Tully measurement agrees to its redshift. For now, I'll go with the redshift distance as being more likely closer to reality. It was discovered by William Herschel on January 30, 1784 but isn't in either Herschel 400 observing program.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J14322577+0804428, 2MASX J14322579+0804424, AKARI J1432259+080452, ARP 049, ARP049, CGCG 047-084, CGCG 1430.0+0818, IRAS 14299+0817, IRAS F14299+0818, KUG 1429+082, MAPS-NGP O_561_0169307, MCG +01-37-024, NGC 5665, NSA 165162, NVSS J143225+080447, PGC 051953, SDSS J143225.74+080443.1, UGC 09352, UZC J143225.7+080446, VV 412,