Object name: ARP101
Designation(s): ARP101, IC1167, IC1168,
Arp 101/UGC 10164-69/PGC 56938-53 is a pair of interacting galaxies in Serpens Caput just south of the main Hercules galaxy clusters. It is about 215-220 million light-years distant. UGC 10169 is the northern one with the straight tail that resembles one of the Mice, Arp 242. Arp didn't see the similarity it seems. He classed this pair under: Spiral Galaxies with Elliptical Galaxy Companions. The Mice he classed as: Appearance of Fission. To me, this shows how seriously he took tARP103-NGC6241-ZWICKY'S_CONNECTED_MULTIPLE_SYSTEM-ZWICKY'S_TRIPLETARP103-NGC6241-ZWICKY'S_CONNECTED_MULTIPLE_SYSTEM-ZWICKY'S_TRIPLEThe fission concept. Maybe to the point of believing it. In neither case were the huge plumes considered in the classification which I find interesting as well. Arp made no comment on this one. This appears to be a poorly studied pair as I found little on these two.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J16035286+1456470, 2MASS J16035569+1454089, 2MASX J16035289+1456471, 2MASX J16035566+1454091, 2MASXi J1603529+145647, 2MASXi J1603556+145409, ARP 101, ARP101, ASK 636801.0, CGCG 108-090N, CGCG 1601.6+1502 NED02, GALEXASC J160353.01+145647.1 , GALEXASC J160355.56+145411.4 , GALEXMSC J160352.85+145647.0 , GALEXMSC J160355.68+145410.3 , IC 1167, IC 1168, IC1167, IC1168, MCG +03-41-065, MCG +03-41-066, NPM1G +15.0494, NSA 114894, NSA 146593, PGC 056900, PGC 056901, SDSS J160352.85+145647.2, SDSS J160352.86+145647.1, SDSS J160352.86+145647.2, VV 318, [BH98] 16016+1505, [DZ2015] 616-02, [TTL2012] 172811,