Object name: NGC3254
NGC 3254 is a nice spiral galaxy in Leo Minor about 76 million light-years distant by redshift and 94 million by non-redshift measurements. Using the shorter distance I get a size of 112,000 light-years. The greater distance its size is 142,000 light-years. That would make it unusually large so I'm going to go with the nearer distance and thus smaller size which still makes it larger than our galaxy. Also, like ours, it appears to have only a small bulge at its core. That could indicate a smaller than typical supermassive black hole at its center.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J10291995+2929299, 2MASX J10291992+2929291, 2MASXi J1029198+292929, 2XMM J102919.7+292926, CGCG 1026.5+2945, CGCG 154-020, CS 0455, HDCE 0585 NED002, IRAS F10265+2944, LDCE 0734 NED002, LGG 197:[G93] 003, LQAC 157+029 008, MCG +05-25-018, NGC 3254, NGC3254, NSA 137460, PGC 030895, SDSS J102919.94+292930.5, UGC 05685, USGC U306 NED03, UZC J102919.9+292931, [BEC2010] HRS 008, [M98j] 087 NED02, [VCV2006] J102919.9+292930, [WTK2001] J102920.18+292932.3 ,