Object name: NGC0337
NGC 337 is a strange looking, possibly barred, spiral located in Cetus 60 to 70 million light-years distant. I measure its size at about 50,000 light-years. NED and Seligman classify it as SB(s)d with HII emission. The NGC Project says Sc -- they see no bar, neither do I. It has no central bulge which is unusual. It's disrupted state may be due to a merger. Here is what one source says about it: "The arms in NGC 337 cannot be well traced from the nucleus. Perhaps part of the central pattern is a bar, from whose opposite ends originate two of the arm fragments, but the pattern is not regular. The association of the other segments with any overall spiral pattern as a whole is even less obvious.
Related Designation(s):1RXS J005950.9-073442, 2MASS J00595000-0734409, 2MASX J00595009-0734406, 2MASXi J0059500-073435, 6dF J0059500-073441, AGC 400534, AKARI J0059505-073451, CGS 135, CXOU J005949.5-073436, GALEXMSC J005950.02-073443.5 , GSC 5270 00029, HIPASS J0059-07, IRAS 00573-0750, IRAS F00573-0750, LGG 015:[G93] 004, MCG -01-03-053, NGC 0337, NGC 0337:[SMM2013] X-06, NGC0337, NSA 153820, NVSS J005950-073443, PGC 003572, PMN J0059-0734, [SMM2013] 010,