Object name: ARP158
Designation(s): ARP158, NGC0523, NGC0537,
Arp 158 is NGC 523/537. It is a very strange galaxy. Arp put it in his category: Galaxies (not classifiable as S or E); Disturbed with interior absorption. I'm not sure what that means. Centaurus A (NGC 5128) also falls in this category though I won't be imaging it of course as it is always below my horizon. Redshift puts it about 200 million light-years away. Analysis of a type 1a that blew in 2001 (or I should say was seen here on earth that year) indicates about the same distance. That's about the only agreement on this galaxy I could find. Here are some Notes on it at NED.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J01252074+3401302, 2MASX J01252074+3401305, AKARI J0125217+340131, ARP 158, ARP 158:[BLD2011a] NC, ARP158, B2 0120+30:[MLO2002] NED63, CGCG 0122.5+3346, CGCG 521-022, CGPG 0122.5+3346, HDCE 0070 NED030, IRAS 01225+3345, IRAS F01225+3345, IV Zw 045, LDCE 0074 NED080, LGG 026:[G93] 006, MCG +06-04-018, NGC 0523, NGC 0537, NGC0523, NGC0537, NSA 129538, NVSS J012521+340128, PGC 005268, SDSS J012520.75+340129.8, UGC 00979, USGC U059 NED03, UZC J012519.5+340131, VV 783, [BDG98] J012519.5+340121, [BDG98] J012520.8+340129, [BDG98] J012522.4+340133, [BTW2003] J0125+3400, [MLO2002] J012520.8+340129,