Object name: NGC3912
NGC 3912 is a peculiar galaxy in northeastern Leo about 96 million light-years distant though non-redshift measurements put it at about 80 million light-years. It was discovered by William Herschel on April 6, 1785 and is in the second Herschel 400 observing program under this designation. It was independently recorded by his son John on March 26, 1827. One or both got the position somewhat wrong and Dreyer didn't catch this giving each an entry in what became the NGC catalog. Thus it is also NGC 3899.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J11500445+2628443, 2MASX J11500444+2628443, 2MASXi J1150044+262844, ADBS J115004+2628, AKARI J1150041+262845, ASK 572561.0, CGCG 1147.4+2645, CGCG 157-041, IRAS 11474+2645, KUG 1147+267, LGG 252:[G93] 003, MCG +05-28-037, MJV 08473, NGC 3899, NGC 3912, NGC3912, NSA 160627, NVSS J115004+262844, PGC 036979, SDSS J115004.45+262845.2, SDSS J115004.45+262845.3, UGC 06801, USGC U422 NED01, UZC J115004.6+262847, UZC-CG 153 NED03, [M98j] 146 NED02,