Object name: NGC5410
Designation(s): NGC5410, UGC08932,
NGC 5410 and UGC 8932 are a pair of apparently interacting galaxies in Canes Venatici about 180 million light-years distant. NGC 5410 is classed as SB? while its companion is an irregular Magellanic type galaxy. A large plume seems to come from NGC 5410 sort of toward UGC 8932 but it extends well beyond the companion. A much fainter plume comes off the other end. The galaxy itself is rather off-center looking. UGC 8932 doesn't seem massive enough to have caused this, however. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to find much at all on this pair. They seem rather isolated with nothing else in the image having their redshift. In fact, nothing comes within a billion light-years of this pair. Now that's isolated. Their redshifts are almost identical which seems more than a coincidence. Both have bright star knots and are quite blue in color indicating a lot of new stars in both. NGC 5410 was discovered by William Herschel on April 9, 1787. It isn't in either Herschel 400 observing program, however.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J14005454+4059179, 2MASX J14005456+4059181, 2MASX J14005650+4100191, 2MASXi J1400545+405917, 2MASXi J1400563+410025, 2MFGC 11339, ASK 309648.0, ASK 309667.0, CGCG 1358.7+4114, CGCG 1358.8+4115, CGCG 219-041, CGCG 219-042, ECO 04436, ECO 04439, IRAS 13588+4113, IRAS F13588+4113, KPG 406A, KPG 406B, KUG 1358+412A, KUG 1358+412B, MAPS-NGP O_221_0254800, MCG +07-29-034, MCG +07-29-035, NGC 5410, NGC 5410:[RMV2008] G1, NGC5410, NSA 056498, NSA 144271, PGC 049893, PGC 049896, SDSS J140054.61+405918.9, SDSS J140054.61+405919.0, SDSS J140056.38+410026.8, SDSS J140056.40+410025.9, UGC 08931, UGC 08932, UGC08932, UZC J140054.6+405918, UZC J140056.5+410021, VV 256:[MNP2009] C1, VV 256:[MNP2009] RN, VV 256a, VV 256b, [TTL2012] 104440, [TTL2012] 176763,