Object name: NGC1110
Designation(s): NGC1110, NGC1108,
FGC 0356/NGC 1110 is a flat galaxy in Eridanus about 50 to 60 million light-years distant. Its southern declination makes it a difficult target in winter for me as I get a frozen fog layer above the lake I have to look through which greatly dims the image along with brightening the background to near full moon brightness. This limits how deep I can go. Rare is the night I can do even as well as this image, especially this winter. Still, it doesn't go as deep as I'd like and seeing is much worse than even my poor normal of late.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J02483853-0757039, 2MASX J02483851-0757036, 6dF J0248385-075704, 6dFGSv 01411, ASK 054633.0, ASK 054644.0, FGC 0346, GALEXASC J024838.55-075704.1 , GALEXMSC J024838.55-075704.1 , GEMS NGC 1052:[KFB2009] 04, GEMS_N1052_04, GSC 5286 00592, HIPASS J0249-07, IRAS F02467-0802, LDCE 0193 NED002, LGG 071:[G93] 011, MBG 02467-0802, MCG -01-08-010, Mr18:[BFW2006] 02551 NED02, Mr19:[BFW2006] 05163 NED01, NGC 1108, NGC 1110, NGC1108, NGC1110, NSA 011268, PB 09262, PGC 010633, PGC 010673, RFGC 0600, SDSS J024838.52-075704.0, SDSS J024838.53-075703.9, SDSS J024838.53-075704.0, SDSS J024838.54-075704.0, SDSS J024909.55-075015.3, SDSS J024909.56-075015.1, SDSS J024909.57-075015.1, UGCA 043, USGC S092 NED01, [BFW2006] J042.16054-07.95111 , [PJY2015] 587727179541446671 ,