Object name: NGC3367
Designation(s): NGC3367, NGC3377,
NGC 3367 is a rather messed up barred spiral in Leo north of M105 about 150 million light-years away. To show so much detail at that distance you know it is large, about 115,000 light-years across by my measurements including the faint outer plume on the western side. I say "messed up" due to its rather chaotic spiral structure. At first glance, it looks rather normal but then you find arms start from nothing or branch from others. One ends when it hits a bright edge that appears to be a spiral arm that comes from nowhere. It has one heavy arm on the south side that certainly fits Arp's "One heavy arm" category though didn't make his list. It was discovered by William Herschel on March 19, 1784. It's not in either H400 program.
Related Designation(s):1AXG J104636+1345, 1AXG J104741+1358, 2MASS J10463494+1345028, 2MASX J10463496+1345026, 2MASX J10474239+1359083, 2MASXi J1046345+134507, 2MASXi J1047417+135902, 4C +14.37, 87GB 104353.8+140101, AKARI J1046347+134505, ASK 431208.0, CGCG 066-011, CGCG 066-016, CGCG 1043.9+1402, CGCG 1045.1+1415, CXO J104742.3+135909, CXO J104742.31+135909.2, GIN 776, HDCE 0626 NED003, HIPASS J1046+13, IRAS 10439+1400, IRAS F10439+1400, LDCE 0778 NED008, Leo GROUP:[FS90] 024, Leo I GROUP:[TT2002] 03, LGG 216:[G93] 001, LGG 217:[G93] 006, LQAC 161+013 005, MCG +02-28-005, MCG +02-28-009, MG1 J104634+1345, MS 1043.9+1400, NGC 3367, NGC 3377, NGC 3377:[L2011a] X0004, NGC 3377:[LB2005] X01, NGC 3377:[RW2000] X-02, NGC3367, NGC3377, NSA 074640, NSA 138063, NVSS J104634+134501, PGC 032178, PGC 032249, PKS 1043+140, PKS 1043+14C, PKS B1043+140, PKS J1046+1347, RSCG 37:[WBJ2013] A, RX J1046.6+1345, SDSS J104634.95+134503.0, SDSS J104634.95+134503.1, SDSS J104634.96+134503.1, SSTSL2 J104634.94+134503.1, SSTSL2 J104742.30+135909.4, SSTSL2 J104742.31+135909.7, UGC 05880, UGC 05899, UNAM-KIAS 0551, USGC U323 NED04, UZC J104634.8+134502, UZC J104742.3+135909, [M98j] 095 NED07, [M98j] 097 NED01, [VCV2001] J104634.9+134502, [VCV2006] J104634.9+134502, [VPP2013] 06,