Object name: NGC1346
NGC 1346 is an interesting Lower-Luminosity InfraRed Galaxy (LLIRG) in Eridanus about 180 million light-years away. Some sources say it is a Seyfert 1 galaxy. NED classifies it as Sb Pec? while the NGC Project says only that it is a spiral. A spiral with interesting plumes. It has a companion with a very similar redshift, MCG -01-09-041. It is classified as Sa pec with spectral lines. It too seems highly distorted. It appears these two are an interacting pair. Transparency and seeing were poor when I took this in November 2012. Thus the plumes around NGC 1346 didn't show like I would have preferred them to.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J03301325-0532360, 2MASX J03301327-0532363, 2MASXi J0330132-053236, 6dF J0330133-053236, APMUKS(BJ) B032744.85-054247.5, GALEXMSC J033013.20-053234.2 , GSC 4722 01048, HDCE 0232 NED001, IRAS 03277-0542, IRAS F03277-0542, KUG 0327-057, LDCE 0261 NED001, LQAC 052-005 006, MCG -01-09-042, NGC 1346, NGC1346, NSA 155576, NVSS J033013-053236, PGC 013009, PSQ J0330-0532, SDSS J033013.26-053235.9, SDSS J033013.26-053236.0, SDSS J033013.27-053235.9, USGC S125 NED04, [GL2009] 12, [PJY2015] 587724242842026028 , [VCV2006] J033013.2-053235,