Object name: NGC2541
NGC 2541 is a rather shaggy looking spiral galaxy in Lynx about 32 to 38 million light-years distant. Since nearby galaxy redshift can be dominated by other factors than cosmological expansion I'll go with the 38 million light-year distance. I measure its size at about 82,000 light-years. I suspect a longer exposure will show it a bit larger. It was discovered by William Herschel on March 9, 1788. It is in the second H400 observing program.
Related Designation(s):2MASX J08144007+4903411, 2MIG 1103, CGCG 0811.0+4913, CGCG 236-037, HDCE 0471 NED003, IRAS 08110+4912, IRAS F08109+4912, LDCE 0558 NED003, MCG +08-15-054, NGC 2541, NGC2541, NSA 134933, PGC 023110, SDSS J081440.11+490342.1, SDSS J081440.12+490342.1, UGC 04284, UZC J081440.0+490342,