Object name: ARP205
Arp 205 is classed by Arp under "Material Ejected From Nucleus". It is also known as NGC 3448 with the nearby, very faint spiral cataloged as "companion" by Arp and UGC 6013/PGC 32740 by everyone else. I assume the "Material ejected From Nucleus" is the large bright lump somewhat disconnected from the galaxy at the upper left rather than the tidal arms. Arp made no comment to help us know what he was seeing. Kanipe and Webb don't offer any suggestions either. Radial velocity puts NGC 3448 at 70 million light years and UGC 6016 at 77 million light years. These distances are likely somewhat wrong as the redshift of both has been altered by their passage by each other. They are likely closer than these measurements imply. UGC 6013 is described by a note at NED as being a disrupted galaxy. This certainly is possible.
Related Designation(s):2MASX J10543923+5418188, 6C B105137.3+543401, 7C 1051+5434, AKARI J1054397+541824, ARP 205, ARP205, CGCG 1051.6+5435, CGCG 267-027, GB6 J1054+5418, IRAS 10516+5434, IRAS F10516+5434, LDCE 0867 NED004, MCG +09-18-055, NGC 3448, NSA 138326, NVSS J105439+541819, PGC 032774, SDSS J105439.20+541817.5, UGC 06024, UNAM-KIAS 0584, UZC J105439.0+541819, [BEC2010] HRS 031, [MGD2014] 1051.6+5434, [PVK2003] J163.66292+54.30667 ,