Object name: ARP078
Designation(s): ARP078, NGC0770,
I've never been happy with my 2008 image of Arp 78. I tried this August on a night of good seeing to get better luminance data. Unfortunately, the weather didn't cooperate the couple nights seeing was up to what I wanted. I tried anyway but only the core region of the galaxy had enough signal to be usable. I've merged that into the previous image. Thus only the core region shows any improvement. Below is some of the text from the original 2008 post.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J01591364+1857167, 2MASS J01591954+1900274, 2MASX J01591364+1857169, 2MASX J01591958+1900271, 2MASXi J0159133+185717, 2MASXi J0159201+190024, AKARI J0159202+190024, ARP 078, ARP078, CGCG 0156.4+1843, CGCG 0156.5+1846, CGCG 461-016, CGCG 461-018, GALEXMSC J015913.58+185717.9 , HIPASS J0159+18, IRAS 01565+1845, IRAS F01565+1845, KIG 0080, KIG 0080:[VOV2007] 188, KIG 0080:[VOV2007] 201, LGG 040:[G93] 001, LGG 040:[G93] 002, LQAC 029+019 001, MCG +03-06-010, MCG +03-06-011, NGC 0770, NGC 0772, NGC 0772:[A70] G1, NGC 0772:[DMT98] 336, NGC 0772:[ZSF97] a, NGC0770, NSA 130896, NSA 130902, NVSS J015920+190028, PGC 007517, PGC 007525, SDSS J015919.55+190027.5, SSTSL2 J015919.54+190027.5, UGC 01463, UGC 01466, UZC J015913.6+185716, UZC J015919.8+190030, [M98j] 032 NED01, [M98j] 032 NED02, [RHM2006] SFGs 006, [WB92] 0156+1848, [WGB2006] 015624+18430_a, [WGB2006] 015624+18430_b,