Object name: NGC2339
NGC 2339 is a nice face-on spiral between the knees of Pollux the eastern twin in Gemini about 110 million light-years away. I measure it at about 75,000 light-years across. To the east is an apparent companion LEDA 143096 with a similar redshift. It is much smaller at 26,000 light-years across. The only other galaxy with redshift data in the image is PGC 020201 at 660 million light-years. It is a core with a ring and a plume to the south. Including the plume, I measure its size at 112,500 light-years across. I assume the plume and ring are due to something it interacted with. North of it is a nice flat galaxy. I couldn't find it in any catalog used by NED or SIMBAD. Some obscure catalog may have it but I didn't check the thousands of these it could be in. It is noted with a question mark.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J07082053+1846487, 2MASX J07082054+1846490, 87GB 070525.3+185100, 87GB[BWE91] 0705+1851, AKARI J0708202+184648, CGCG 0705.4+1851, CGCG 085-040, CGCG 086-005, GB6 J0708+1846, HIPASS J0708+18, IRAS 07054+1851, IRAS F07054+1851, MCG +03-19-002, NGC 2339, NGC2339, NVSS J070820+184648, PGC 020222, UGC 03693, UZC J070820.5+184649, VLSS J0708.3+1846,