Object name: NGC2683
NGC 2683 is a flocculent galaxy with lots of dust, located in Lynx and only about 20 million light-years away. With a major axis of 9.3', its size would be about 54 thousand light-years. Pretty typical and far smaller than the Milky Way galaxy. Seeing wasn't all that great so I failed to pick up much of the flocculent nature of the galaxy. My poor imaging conditions did a number on the color I'm afraid. I retook the color on three different nights never getting good data but for one blue frame. I ended up using the best two of the other colors. Seems for the last year imaging conditions have been less than poor so this will happen quite a bit.
Related Designation(s):11HUGS 139, 2MASS J08524131+3325186, 2MASX J08524134+3325184, 87GB 084932.5+333654, AKARI J0852414+332527, CGCG 0849.6+3336, CGCG 180-017, CXO J085241.3+332518, CXO J085241.32+332518.1, EON J133.173+33.421, EXSS 0849.7+3337, FIRST J085241.2+332518, GB6 J0852+3325, IRAS 08495+3336, IRAS F08495+3336, KUG 0849+336, MCG +06-20-011, NGC 2683, NGC 2683:[L2011a] X0001, NGC2683, NSA 135538, PGC 024930, UGC 04641, UZC J085241.8+332521, [RHM2006] SFGs 012, [SPB93] 097,