Object name: NGC1174
Designation(s): NGC1174, NGC1186,
NGC 1174/1186 made my to-do list for being a good example of the newly discovered class of galaxies called Red Spiral Galaxies. Also it has some very interesting structure. Located in western Perseus about 4.25 degrees east of M34. It is thought to be about 120 million light-years away. NED classes it as SB(r)bc: while the NGC Project closely agrees saying SBb-c. The only other galaxy in the image with redshift data is NPM1G +42.0108 at twice the distance, 245 million light-years. It is the elliptical like galaxy due east (left) of NGC 1174 not far from the left edge of the image. Only a very few other galaxies are even listed in NED, none with classification, distance or magnitude. All are from the 2MASS survey. Therefore I didn't bother to make an annotated image.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J03053088+4250079, 2MASX J03053084+4250076, 2MASXi J0305308+425006, AKARI J0305303+425010, CGCG 0302.2+4239, CGCG 540-034, HDCE 0207 NED002, IRAS 03022+4238, IRAS F03022+4238, LDCE 0224 NED108, LGG 082:[G93] 002, MCG +07-07-021, NGC 1174, NGC 1186, NGC1174, NGC1186, NSA 155418, NVSS J030530+425007, PGC 011617, UGC 02521, UZC J030530.7+425005,