Object name: NGC0296
The USGC U037 galaxy group is something you take waiting for the next Arp galaxy to get in position. It is a small group of 5 galaxies averaging about 250 million light-years away. This field is not well cataloged. Only about 20 galaxies in the image are in NED's catalogs. Only the 5 in the group have redshift data. The rather big blue galaxy on the western edge of my image isn't cataloged at NED nor is the very odd linear blue feature just southwest of UGC 244. On the raw image, I figured it to be a star and edge on galaxy of some sort. When both came back the same shade of blue I began to wonder if this was coincidence or it is just one object. Unfortunately, that is still an unanswered question. But after processing the eastern part, I thought a star, is elongated so it's not a star. Maybe two galaxies both very blue? If so they sure line up.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J00550751+3132322, 2MASX J00550752+3132322, 2MASXi J0055076+313231, 2MFGC 00667, AKARI J0055071+313231, CGCG 0052.4+3116, CGCG 501-042, IRAS 00523+3116, IRAS F00524+3116, LDCE 0074 NED009, MAPS-PP E_0601_1200126, MAPS-PP O_0601_1043511, MCG +05-03-024, NGC 0296, NGC0296, NSA 153765, NVSS J005507+313231, PGC 003260, UGC 00562, USGC U037 NED04, UZC J005507.6+313232, WBL 020-001,