Object name: ARP124
Arp 124 is a pair of galaxies located just north of the head of Draco at a distance of about 175 million light years. It consists of a spiral classed as SAb or Sab? and is seen nearly edge-on. The companion is an elliptical or S0 galaxy at about the same redshift. Arp classed them under Elliptical and elliptical-like galaxies close to and perturbing spirals. In this case look at the dust lane. It looks a bit like the integral sign ~ as it follows the warping of the spiral galaxy's disk I really don't see it in Arp's overexposed image. Though the upturn of the disk near the companion is quite evident. The spiral is NGC 6361 while the companion is CGCG 300-007. Arp had no comment on this one. NGC 6361 was discovered on August 18, 1886 by Lewis Swift.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J17184112+6036291, 2MASX J17184108+6036292, 2MFGC 13796, 7C 1718+6039, AKARI J1718409+603630, ARP 124, ARP124, ASK 018907.0, CGCG 1718.0+6040, CGCG 300-009, FLSGMRT J171841.3+603630, FLSVLA J171841.0+603627, IRAS 17180+6039, IRAS F17180+6039, ISOSS J17186+6036, MCG +10-25-004, NGC 6361, NSA 004305, NVSS J171841+603629, PGC 060045, SDSS J171841.08+603629.3, SDSS J171841.08+603629.4, SDSS J171841.08+603629.5, SDSS J171841.10+603629.2, UGC 10815, UZC J171841.0+603630, WN B1718+6039, [SLK2004] 1347,