Object name: NGC0060
NGC 60/UGC 150 is a rather chaotic spiral possibly interacting with a high surface brightness companion on its arm. Why Arp didn't include it in his category for such galaxies I don't know. Seems more deserving than some he did include though at the time he didn't realize they were often at very different distances. That's not the case here. These two have virtually the same redshift that puts them about a half billion light years distant. It is located in southern Pisces between Aquarius and Cetus. NED and the NGC project classify it as SA(r)cd pec. Peculiar it certainly is with its very weird arm structure. NED makes no attempt to classify its companion, however. It was discovered by Édouard Stephan on November 2, 1882.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J00155824-0018126, 2MASX J00155824-0018130, 6dF J0015582-001813, 6dFGSv 00132, APMUKS(BJ) B001324.76-003453.6, ASK 028709.0, CGCG 0013.4-0034, CGCG 382-037, KIG 0011:[VOV2007] 117, LQAC 003-000 040, MCG +00-01-048, Mr18:[BFW2006] 08854 NED02, Mr19:[BFW2006] 17868 NED02, NGC 0060, NGC0060, NSA 005769, PGC 001058, SDSS J001558.24-001812.6, SDSS J001558.24-001812.7, SDSS J001558.25-001812.6, UGC 00150, UZC J001558.2-001813, [BFW2006] J003.99268-00.30351 , [GVI2006] LSB 004, [ISI96] 0013-0034,