Object name: NGC4845
NGC 4845 is an apparently warped, rather red, spiral galaxy in central Virgo. Redshift puts it about 72 million light-years distant and Tully Fisher estimates agree rather closely. William Herschel discovered it on February 24, 1786. It is a rather flat galaxy lacking much of a central bulge. In fact, a significant part of its core is hidden behind a rather thin dust lane indicating how small the core is. The galaxy is thought to have a rather small black hole in its core to go along with its small central bulge being only 300,000 times that of our sun. Still, in January of 2011, it is thought it's black hole might have devoured a rogue planet that got too close to its core. You can read about it at this link: http://www.universetoday.com/101172/astronomers-watch-as-a-black-hole-eats-a-rogue-planet/#more-%20%20101172 which contains a link to the paper the article is based on.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J12580119+0134325, 2MASX J12580124+0134320, 2MFGC 10266, AKARI J1258013+013432, ASK 078106.0, CGCG 015-049, CGCG 1255.5+0150, EVCC 1264, HDCE 0729 NED019, IRAS 12554+0150, IRAS F12554+0150, LDCE 0904 NED285, LGG 315:[G93] 007, LQAC 194+001 022, MCG +00-33-025, NGC 4845, NGC 4910, NGC4845, NSA 014373, NVSS J125801+013433, PGC 044392, SDSS J125801.18+013433.0, SDSS J125801.19+013433.0, UGC 08078, USGC U490 NED04, UZC J125801.3+013433, [BEC2010] HRS 285, [LG2007] 54, [M98j] 174 NED224, [RHM2006] SFGs 042, [VCV2006] J125801.2+013433, [WOS91] 862G001,