Object name: NGC0765
NGC 765 is a rather low surface brightness face on spiral once you get beyond the central region. It is located in northwestern Aries about 220 million light-years out. NED classifies it as SAB(rs)bc. The NGC project says it is as SBb/Sc spiral whatever that is trying to say while Seligman says SBbc. While catalogs say it is about 4.5 minutes across, I get 6 minutes in my image using the ends of the two faintest arms. That makes it a super gigantic spiral at over 250,000 light-years across. It was discovered on October 8, 1864 by Albert Marth and was listed as #52 in his catalog.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J01584800+2453326, 2MASX J01584798+2453331, 2MASXi J0158476+245331, ALFALFA 4-417, CGCG 0156.0+2439, CGCG 482-033, HDCE 0106 NED002, HIPASS J0158+24, IRAS F01559+2438, LDCE 0128 NED002, LGG 041:[G93] 003, MCG +04-05-025, NGC 0765, NGC0765, NSA 130881, PGC 007475, UGC 01455, USGC U089 NED04, UZC J015848.0+245333, [BTW2003] J0158+2453, [M98j] 033 NED02, [PBF2010] 1, [PBF2010] X3,