Object name: ARP110
Arp 110 falls under Arp's classification of an elliptical galaxy repelling a spiral galaxy's arms. It is in Aquarius and just below my normal -15 degree limit. It is about 415 million light-years away. Arp 110 is also known as MGC-3-58-011. The "companion" is the IR source 2MASX J22540664-1514125/PGC 913872. Arp's comment on this one says; "Arm bent at root." A note at NED dating back to 1968 says "Interacting? Perturbed by nearby MCG -03-58-010 (PGC 69950), or maybe by companion (unless it is a star) 16 mag at 0.6 arcmin west." The companion is obviously a galaxy in Arp's image which was taken a few years before the comment so I find it odd. NED classes it as Sab with HII emission lines. No peculiar designation which I find, well, peculiar. They seem to consider it a M51 type galaxy pair.