Object name: ARP070
Arp 70, a pair of interacting galaxies, is in northeastern Pisces about 2 degrees due west of M33. It is about 460 million light-years from earth. Arp put it in his category of spirals with small, high surface brightness companions on arms. There does seem to be a very faint stream of stars coming from the southern, cut-off arm over to the companion galaxy. Though in Arp's image it is difficult to see. It's easier to see a connection from the northern arm down to the companion in Arp's image. There does appear to be a broad band of stars running from the main spiral to the companion coming from the entire western side of the galaxy and going beyond the companion a little ways, if a few thousand light-years can be considered a "little ways".