Object name: NGC1070
NGC 1070 is a face on spiral galaxy in the head of Cetus about 180 million light-years distant. It is classified as Sb by NED and S?? by Seligman. It has either a very faint thin outer arm or a thin ring. I'd hoped to bring it out but see the night had cloud issues that cut my photon capture to about half what it would have been without the clouds. The ring or arm can be faintly traced from a knot at the top of the galaxy around through the star above the 1 in NGC 1070. Further hints can be seen around through a faint galaxy off the bottom of NGC 1070. A bit better image of it can be seen at http://cseligman.com/text/atlas/ngc1070.jpg but it doesn't catch it much better than I did.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J02432224+0458059, 2MASX J02432226+0458064, AKARI J0243223+045804, CGCG 0240.7+0446, CGCG 414-045, HIPASS J0243+04, IRAS 02407+0445, IRAS F02407+0445, ISOSS J02432+0457, MCG +01-07-026, NGC 1070, NGC1070, NSA 132459, NVSS J024322+045804, PGC 010309, SDSS J024322.26+045806.0, UGC 02200, UZC J024322.3+045806, [SLK2004] 0335,