Object name: NGC4013
NGC 4013 is a rather bright edge-on spiral galaxy in Ursa major just over the western border of Canes Venatici. At 55 million light years it is rather close but also smaller than some other famous edge-on galaxies like NGC 4565 which is on my redo list if the weather ever cooperates. Edit: Never retaken as yet. In the meantime, this one will have to do. It was discovered by William Hershel on February 6, 1788. It is in the second H400 observing program.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J11583131+4356487, 2MASX J11583141+4356492, 2MASXi J1158312+435648, 2MFGC 09412, 2XMM J115831.1+435647, AKARI J1158320+435656, ASK 318411.0, CGCG 1156.0+4413, CGCG 215-010, EON J179.631+43.947, HDCE 0706 NED022, HIJASS J1158+43, IRAS 11559+4413, IRAS F11559+4413, LDCE 0867 NED056, MCG +07-25-009, NGC 4013, NGC4013, NSA 160829, NVSS J115831+435651, PGC 037691, SDSS J115831.38+435647.6, SDSS J115831.38+435647.7, UGC 06963, UMa Cluster:[PRL2014] U088, USGC U480 NED46, UZC J115831.5+435651, [M98j] 170 NED28, [RHM2006] SFGs 009,