Object name: NGC2841
NGC 2841 is a flocculent galaxy in Ursa Major that reminds me of M63 with its tufts of star clouds rather than defined arms. The distance to this one is rather vague. I've seen estimates from 45 to 80 million light years. Redshift and Cepheid measurements favor the shorter estimate while Tulley-Fisher measurements and a type 1a supernova estimate put it further away. Considering large earth-based scopes have resolved a few stars in it I'd favor the shorter estimates. Hubble easily resolves it into stars. Though there's no published Hubble image, you can see some good examples at the Hubble Legacy Archive.
Related Designation(s):2E 0918+5111, 2MASX J09220265+5058353, 2MASXi J0922026+505836, 2XMM J092202.6+505833, CGCG 0918.5+5112, CGCG 265-006, IRAS 09185+5111, IRAS F09186+5111, KIG 0324, LQAC 140+050 004, MCG +09-16-005, NGC 2841, NGC2841, NSA 026877, NVSS J092203+505833, PGC 026512, SDSS J092202.66+505835.7, SSTSL2 J092202.65+505835.5, UGC 04966, UZC J092202.3+505845, [GMM2009b] 16, [M98j] 062 NED02, [PVK2003] J140.50750+50.97528 , [VCV2001] J092202.0+505840, [VCV2006] J092202.0+505840,