Object name: NGC0925
NGC 925 is a rather low surface brightness barred spiral, SAB(s)d, in Triangulum with a lot of HII regions. I was surprised at how obvious they are in my image. In many of my images, they come out blue rather than pink as the super bright and hot stars formed in it dominate give the blue color. That doesn't seem to be the case with this galaxy for some reason. Its spiral arms are rather distorted as if it has encountered another galaxy. There are several possible candidates all well out of my images field of view.
Related Designation(s):11HUGS 043, 2MASS J02271683+3334448, 2MASX J02271691+3334439, AKARI J0227167+333439, CGCG 0224.3+3321, CGCG 504-085, CXO J022716.8+333445, CXO J022716.84+333445.4, HDCE 0155 NED001, IRAS 02243+3321, IRAS F02242+3321, KIG 0105, KIG 0107:[VOV2007] 001, KUG 0224+333, LDCE 0160 NED007, MCG +05-06-045, NGC 0925, NGC 0925:[L2011a] X0004, NGC 1023 GROUP:[TT2009] 03, NGC0925, NVSS J022719+333426, PGC 009332, UGC 01913, USGC U129 NED02, UZC J022717.0+333443, [BTW2003] J0227+3334,