Object name: NGC1154
Designation(s): NGC1154, NGC1155,
NGC 1154 and NGC 1155 are a pair of galaxies in western Eridanus about 200 million light-years distant. While it isn't mentioned in the literature that I can find it does appear they are interacting as there's a faint plume that connects the two. I saw a hint of it in the DSS images. It shows up somewhat more clearly in my image. Unfortunately the night I took this had poor seeing so the image is not very detailed. But transparency was pretty good allowing the plume to be seen. At -11 degrees it is too low in my sky for a good image. Maybe someone further south can get a better image of this interaction.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J02580769-1021477, 2MASS J02581308-1021021, 2MASX J02580766-1021479, 2MASX J02581308-1021019, 6dF J0258076-102148, 6dF J0258077-102148, 6dF J0258131-102102, AKARI J0258129-102101, APMUKS(BJ) B025542.67-103348.7, APMUKS(BJ) B025547.96-103257.4, GALEXASC J025807.70-102147.1 , GALEXASC J025813.09-102101.7 , GALEXMSC J025807.69-102146.4 , GALEXMSC J025813.05-102101.1 , GSC 5290 01018, GSC 5290 01024, HDCE 0197 NED002, HDCE 0197 NED003, HOLM 064A, HOLM 064B, IRAS 02557-1033, IRAS F02557-1033, KOS SP6 008, KOS SP6 009, LDCE 0213 NED002, LDCE 0213 NED003, MBG 02557-1033, MBG 02558-1032, MCG -02-08-034, MCG -02-08-035, MRK 1064, NGC 1154, NGC 1155, NGC1154, NGC1155, NVSS J025807-102147, NVSS J025812-102103, PGC 011221, PGC 011233, USGC S106 NED01, USGC S106 NED02, [PCM2000] 23 NED01, [PCM2000] 23 NED02,