Object name: NGC4775
NGC 4775 is a small spiral with an off-center core and distorted spiral arms. When the core is well off center, as in the extreme example of NGC 5474, the galaxy is often said to be "sloshed" -- not drunk -- but like sloshing an uncooked egg in a frying pan before it congeals puts the yoke off center. Usually, this is due to tidal forces of a much larger galaxy such as M101 in the case of NGC 5474. In the case of NGC 4775, the cause may be something else.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J12534566-0637200, 2MASX J12534570-0637197, 6dF J1253457-063720, AGC 520228, AKARI J1253457-063718, CGS 427, GSC 4956 01267, HDCE 0740 NED010, HIPASS J1253-06, IRAS 12511-0621, IRAS F12511-0621, ISOSS J12537-0637, LDCE 0904 NED274, LGG 314:[G93] 008, MCG -01-33-043, NGC 4775, NGC4775, PGC 043826, UGCA 306, USGC S190 NED16, [BEC2010] HRS 275, [SLK2004] 0748,