Object name: ARP097
Arp 97 is classed by Arp as "Spiral galaxies with companion on arms: elliptical galaxy companions". This double galaxy has only a single designation UGC7085A. Oddly UGC 7085 is 22 degrees south of this pair and in no way related. There must be an interesting story here but I don't know it. The pair is about 330 million light years away so getting much detail is rather difficult. The southern galaxy has two bright arms obviously tidally extended and straightened. The north arm extends over the northern galaxy. Its yellow color contrasting to the blue of the overlaying arm. Note though that the lower galaxy seems to have a third arm running nearly due east. Well a tidal feature heads east, sort of toward the very blue galaxy MCG+05-29-012. Its distance is 353 million light years. Close enough that it too may be involved though I found no papers indicating this and it doesn't show any sign of distortion. It may be this "arm" is just an entirely separate object, probably much closer than the two making up Arp 97 but so faint it isn't seen over the galaxy. It shows in the SDSS image so is real.