Object name: ARP183
Designation(s): ARP183, ARP36,
Another twofer deal in Arp galaxies located in Canes Venatici, about 3 degrees northeast of M3. Arp 183 on the left is UGC 8560 and Arp 36 on the right is UGC 8548. Both are about 240 million light-years distant. Both appear highly distorted yet are cataloged very differently by Arp. This image was taken through some haze for 4 of the 6 luminosity frames so doesn't pick up the faint parts of the galaxy as well as I'd have liked. Another I should revisit but probably won't.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J13345533+3123363, 2MASX J13341468+3125284, 2MASX J13345537+3123364, 2MASXi J1334150+312528, ARP 036, ARP 183, ARP183, ARP36, ASK 534139.0, ASK 534168.0, CGCG 1332.0+3141, CGCG 1332.6+3139, CGCG 161-080, CGCG 161-081, ECO 04173, ECO 04181, GALEXASC J133414.92+312530.6 , GALEXASC J133455.41+312334.8 , KUG 1332+316, MAPS-NGP O_324_0086903, MAPS-NGP O_324_0087595, MCG +05-32-038, MCG +05-32-039, NGP9 F324-0086903, NGP9 F324-0087595, NSA 093653, NSA 163705, PGC 047808, PGC 047867, SDSS J133414.93+312530.0, SDSS J133414.94+312529.9, SDSS J133414.95+312530.0, SDSS J133455.35+312336.5, SDSS J133455.36+312336.6, UGC 08548, UGC 08560, UZC J133414.9+312530, UZC J133455.4+312336, VV 004, VV 004a, [SMB88] 0902, [SMB88] 0925, [TTL2012] 150761, [TTL2012] 166547,