Object name: NGC0514
NGC 514 is a rather low surface brightness spiral in southeast Pisces. Redshift puts it almost 100 million light-years distant while non-redshift measurements say 83 million light-years. It is a nice face on spiral. While listed at 11.6 magnitude it appears much fainter visually by a note I made in 1987 about it. It was discovered by William Herschel on October 16, 1784 and is in the second H400 program. Unfortunately, my log from that vanished during the move to Minnesota. A note from another time looking at it made the fainter than expected comment but nothing else. While many in the second program are featureless elliptical galaxies this is one of the better ones.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J01240389+1255027, 2MASX J01240390+1255024, 2MASXi J0124039+125502, 2MIG 0152, CGCG 0121.4+1239, CGCG 436-038, HIPASS J0124+12, IRAS 01214+1239, IRAS F01214+1239, ISOSS J01240+1254, MCG +02-04-035, NGC 0514, NGC0514, NSA 129387, PGC 005139, SSTSL2 J012403.92+125501.6, UGC 00947, UZC J012403.9+125503, [SLK2004] 0193,