Object name: NGC2787
NGC 2787 is a barred spiral in Ursa Major. Redshift puts it about 36 million light-years away though this has a large error bar. NED lists two other distance measurements of 42 million light-years by Tully measurement and 24 million light-years by resolution of Surface Brightness Fluctuations. The HST has taken a great image of the core of this galaxy and uses the 24 million light-year distance. I don't know if this is yet another measurement or they are using the SBF measurement.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J09191859+6912115, 2MASX J09191853+6912122, 2MASXi J0919185+691211, 2XMM J091918.6+691211, 2XMMp J091918.6+691211, CGCG 0914.8+6925, CGCG 332-041, CXO J091918.59+691211.7, CXO J091918.6+691211, GALEXASC J091918.69+691212.1 , IRAS 09148+6924, IRAS F09148+6924, LQAC 139+069 001, MCG +12-09-039, NGC 2787, NGC 2787:[L2011a] X0001, NGC2787, NVSS J091918+691208, PGC 026341, SSTSL2 J091918.51+691211.2, UGC 04914, UZC J091918.5+691211, [GMM2009b] 15, [VCV2001] J091918.9+691212, [VCV2006] J091918.9+691212,