Object name: ARP309
Designation(s): ARP309, NGC0942, NGC0493,
ARP 309 is made up of two interacting galaxies, NGC 942 (lower) and NGC 943 (upper). The pair is located in Cetus about 200 million light-years distant. They are the largest two of a group of galaxies known as the USGC S088 group. NED lists it as having 8 members. While they are not identified there are 8 galaxies with known redshift values which indicate they are at the same distance as Arp 309. Since no other galaxies in my field have redshift values I've not labeled any but those probably in the group.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J01220896+0056429, 2MASS J02291030-1050099, 2MASX J01220898+0056432, ABELL 0194:[ZH64] 73, AKARI J0122090+005648, APMUKS(BJ) B022643.80-110311.1, ARP 309, ARP 309 NED02, ARP309, CGCG 0119.6+0041, CGCG 385-084, GSC 5282 01753, HIPASS J0122+00, HIPEQ J0122+00, HOLM 059, HOLM 059A, IRAS 01195+0041, IRAS F01195+0040, IRAS F02267-1103, MCG +00-04-099, MCG -02-07-019, NGC 0493, NGC 0942, NGC0493, NGC0942, NPM1G -11.0090, NSA 006723, NVSS J012210+005701, NVSS J022910-105009, PGC 004979, PGC 009457, SDSS J012208.96+005643.8, SDSS J012208.98+005643.6, SDSS J012209.10+005644.9, SDSS J012210.24+005658.1, UGC 00914, USGC S088 NED04, UZC J012209.4+005647, VV 217, VV 217b, [PCM2000] 22, [PCM2000] 22 NED02,