Object name: ARP112
Designation(s): ARP112, NGC7805, NGC7806,
Arp 112 is a triple galaxy group classed by Arp as "Elliptical and elliptical-like galaxies with repelling arms." How that applies to this weird group I don't know. Maybe it is due to the near vertical spike coming from the northeastern galaxy. I placed Arp 112 well to the right of center to pick up another rather odd galaxy at the left hiding behind a star. It is PGC 000190 and is classed as an S0? galaxy. This seems very wrong. S0 galaxies have no or very weak spiral structure and usually appear as round spheres or spindle-like depending on our viewing angle. This looks like a rather nice face on Sb spiral with rather well-defined arms. I don't understand the discrepancy.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J00012677+3126013, 2MASS J00013004+3126308, 2MASX J00012677+3126016, 2MASX J00013005+3126306, 2MASXi J0001267+312600, 2MASXi J0001300+312630, ARP 112, ARP 112 NED01, ARP 112 NED02, ARP112, CGCG 2358.8+3109, CGCG 2358.9+3110, CGCG 498-064, CGCG 498-065, CGCG 499-036, CGCG 499-037, GALEXMSC J000126.75+312601.5 , GALEXMSC J000129.98+312635.7 , HOLM 826, HOLM 826A, HOLM 826B, IRAS F23589+3109, KPG 602, KPG 602A, KPG 602B, KUG 2358+311, LGG 001:[G93] 001, LGG 001:[G93] 002, MCG +05-01-024, MCG +05-01-025, MRK 0333, NGC 7805, NGC 7806, NGC7805, NGC7806, NSA 126033, NSA 126035, PGC 000109, PGC 000112, UGC 12908, UGC 12911, UZC J000126.7+312600, UZC J000130.0+312629, VV 226, VV 226a, VV 226b, [M98j] 271 NED02, [M98j] 271 NED03,