Object name: ARP206
Designation(s): ARP206, NGC3432, UGC05983,
ARP 206/NGC 3432 is cataloged by Arp as a spiral with "material ejected from the nuclei." That apparently refers to the blob of material at the upper left end of the galaxy as all others in this category have similar detached pieces though he has a category for detached arms that would seem to also fit. The distortion seems caused by interaction with UGC 05983 a dwarf galaxy at the lower right end of the galaxy. The distance to Arp 206 is also rather hard to come by. Redshift data says 40 to 50 million light years though since these are likely orbiting each other this value is somewhat questionable. This seems to be one of the lesser studied Arp galaxies. Anyone looking for a Ph.D. thesis might find good hunting here. Edit: When I wrote this in 2008 I didn't realize how interesting it was -- see below.
Related Designation(s):11HUGS 214, 2MASS J10523101+3637067, 2MASX J10523113+3637076, 2MASXi J1052312+363710, 2MFGC 08476, 7C 1049+3653, 87GB 104942.2+365408, 87GB[BWE91] 1049+3654, AKARI J1052336+363739, ARP 206, ARP 206 NED01, ARP 206 NED02, ARP206, ASK 525342.0, CGCG 1049.7+3653, CGCG 184-030, IRAS 10497+3653, IRAS F10497+3653, KIG 0447, KUG 1049+368, LDCE 0743 NED008, MCG +06-24-027, MCG +06-24-028, NGC 3432, NGC3432, NSA 091664, PGC 032617, PGC 032643, SDSS J105216.74+363540.2, SDSS J105216.75+363540.2, UGC 05983, UGC 05986, UGC05983, UZC J105231.2+363710, VV 011, VV 011a, VV 011b, [RHM2006] SFGs 108, [TCW2007] 086, [WB92] 1049+3654,