Object name: ARP257
Arp 257 is a double galaxy in Hydra about 170 million light years distant. Arp classed it in his category, Galaxies (not classifiable as E or S): Irregular clumps. for once I can sort of agree on the not classifiable as E or S part. I'm not sure what the clumps are he speaks of. Likely it is the two blue blobs leading from the lower galaxy to the upper. Arp's comment reads; "Galaxies joined by segment of thin arc."