Object name: NGC4699
NGC 4699 is a large flocculent galaxy low in Virgo. I can't find a consensus on its distance from us. NED puts it at 80 million light-years by redshift and has 4 non-redshift measurements that are quite inconsistent varying from 29 to 83 million light-years. Other sources give distances within this range. Averaging everything I found says 68 million light-years. The galaxy has a bright flocculent region most images pick up but it also has a very faint outer disk most don't pick up. Using the 68 million light-year distance I measure it at over 135,000 light-years in size but using just the bright portion most see it is about 75,000 light-years across.
Related Designation(s):2MASX J12490218-0839514, 6dF J1249022-083952, AKARI J1249022-084003, CGS 417, HDCE 0740 NED004, HIPASS J1249-08, IRAS 12464-0823, IRAS F12464-0823, ISOSS J12489-0838, LDCE 0904 NED254, LGG 307:[G93] 005, MCG -01-33-013, NGC 4699, NGC4699, NSA 142383, PGC 043321, SDSS J124902.19-083951.8, UGCA 301, [RHM2006] SFGs 010, [SLK2004] 0740,