Object name: ARP189
Arp 189/NGC 4651, the Umbrella Galaxy, is a member of the Virgo Cluster of galaxies in the constellation of Coma Berenices. As such it is about 60 million light-years distant. So I'm a bit perplexed with its coverage by NASA's Astronomical Picture of the Day entry for it. They say it is 35 million light-years distant. Its redshift distance is about 51 million light-years while NED lists many distance measurements by Tully-Fisher averaging about 85 million light-years and a Sosies measurement of 77 million light-years. Nothing that I found agrees to APOD's 35 million light-year distance. In other words, does anyone really know its distance?
Related Designation(s):2MASS J12434265+1623359, 2MASX J12434262+1623362, 2MASXi J1243426+162336, AKARI J1243429+162337, ARP 189, ARP189, BMW-HRI J124342.7+162340, CGCG 100-004, CGCG 1241.3+1640, EVCC 1102, FAUST 3414, FAUST V172, GALEXASC J124342.60+162337.7 , HDCE 0720 NED194, HIPASS J1243+16, IRAS 12412+1639, IRAS F12412+1640, ISOSS 048, ISOSS J12437+1623, KIG 0549, LDCE 0904 NED238, LGG 289:[G93] 096, MCG +03-33-001, NGC 4651, NGC 4651:[LB2005] X01, NGC 4651:[RW2000] X-01, NSA 162318, NVSS J124342+162336, PGC 042833, SDSS J124342.64+162335.9, SSTSL2 J124342.62+162335.9, UGC 07901, Umbrella Galaxy, USGC U490 NED38, UZC J124342.7+162336, VV 056, [A96] J124343.8+162331.9, [BEC2010] HRS 246, [M98j] 174 NED203, [SLK2004] 0733,