Object name: NGC5792
NGC 5792 is a rather large, in angular size barred spiral galaxy in northern Libra about 100 million light-years from us. I measure it as about 500 arc seconds across its wide arms. That would make it a huge spiral at 240,000 light-years across. To my eye, the far eastern arm is oddly diffuse and appears warped upward as my image is oriented. I found nothing in the notes at NED indicating any warp. In fact, the notes seem oddly at odds with each other. One says: "NGC 5792 is a highly inclined, well-formed barred spiral with an evident almost-complete inner ring from which the grand design two-armed spiral pattern emerges." While another read: "5792 Highly peculiar spiral with overextended spiral arms..." So is it regular or peculiar? I vote for the latter.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J14582265-0105280, 2MASX J14582270-0105278, 2MASXi J1458227-010525, 6dF J1458227-010528, AKARI J1458225-010521, CGCG 020-038, CGCG 1455.8-0055, CGS 505, HIPASS J1458-01, HIR J1458-0104, IRAS 14557-0053, IRAS F14558-0053, MCG +00-38-012, NGC 5792, NGC5792, NSA 145729, NVSS J145822-010527, PGC 053499, UGC 09631, USGC U672 NED02, UZC J145822.8-010527, [RHM2006] SFGs 064, [VFK2015] J224.59478-01.09098 ,