Object name: ARP267
Arp classified Arp 267 in galaxies (not classifiable as E or S): Irregular clumps. He said of it: "Semi-stellar nucleus, faint oval ring outside." I'm not sure which of the knots he is considering the "semi-stellar" nucleus. The big blue one is an HII region where most of the current star formation is going on. It's their blue light that gives it the color. Or is it the fainter only slightly blue object under it? It is closer to the center. Or is it the condensation in the only slightly orange area to the NE? It's far off center but of the right color for a galaxy "core". Though an irregular galaxy isn't called irregular without reason. I doubt this one even has a nucleus.