Object name: ARP325
Arp 325 is a chain of galaxies, one minute of arc long, in very southern Aquarius. There is very little on these. No catalog I could find lists them as separate galaxies. Most just number them 1 through 5, usually north to south rather than in RA order as most other such groups are numbered or lettered. Best I can do is either say they are VV 167 or MCG -04-52-014 and number them NED 01 through 05 top to bottom. I wish I could tell you more about this chain but I can't. I find only one redshift measurement of one of the galaxies in the chain. It is obviously wrong and NED says the same. It shows it coming toward us when it's quite obvious this is a very distant chain and thus would have a high speed away from us not a small one toward us. Neither Hubble nor SLOAN has examined this field. Arp had no comment on this field either. The Rodney Dangerfield of Arp galaxies it would appear.