Object name: ARP235
ARP 235/NGC 14 is an irregular peculiar galaxy in Pegasus. Arp classified it under: "Galaxies (not classifiable as S or E); Appearance of fission. He also noted; "Faint outer oval and resolution into stars". Was he referring to all the star clusters in the core of this galaxy? I see nothing else in his photo with the 200" scope that would fit. http://nedwww.ipac.caltech.edu/level5/Arp/Figures/big_arp235.jpeg. Film grain is very obvious in the image but I see no sign of stars. This galaxy is nearby at only about 24 million light years. Therefore some earth based scopes should be able to resolve stars in it using today's detectors. In fact, the star clusters look almost like stars in the Sloan Deep Sky Survey but they are far too bright to be individual stars. It was discovered by William Herschel on September 18, 1786. It's not in either Herschel 400 observing programs.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J00084639+1548563, 2MASX J00084642+1548559, ARP 235, ARP235, ASK 147361.0, CGCG 0006.2+1532, CGCG 456-034, HIPASS J0008+15, IRAS F00061+1532, KUG 0006+155, MCG +02-01-021, MCG +03-01-026, NGC 0014, NSA 126277, PGC 000647, SDSS J000846.41+154856.5, UGC 00075, USGC U006 NED05, UZC J000846.2+154857, VV 080, [TCW2007] 002,