Object name: NGC6211
Designation(s): NGC6211, SN2013cw, NGC6213, UGC10500,
NGC 6211 was on my list for three reasons. First it was an odd galaxy, secondly it was a very red galaxy and third, it was part of a chain of red galaxies, all apparently at the same distance. I finally got around to it on June 17, 2013. The several years delay turned out to be serendipitous. Unknown to me, on May 29th supernova 2013cw blew up in the galaxy. I didn't discover this until I went to process the image. So there was the fourth reason to look at this galaxy though I didn't know it at the time.
Related Designation(s):1RXS J164118.4+574601, 2MASS J16385931+5743266, 2MASS J16412766+5747010, 2MASS J16413715+5748536, 2MASX J16385940+5743268, 2MASX J16412760+5747011, 2MASX J16413722+5748533, 2MASXi J1638596+574329, 2MASXi J1641276+574700, 2MASXi J1641372+574853, CGCG 1638.0+5750, CGCG 1640.5+5754, CGCG 1640.7+5756, CGCG 299-008, CGCG 299-014, CGCG 299-017, CGPG 1640.5+5754, HDCE 0956 NED003, KAZ 076, KAZ 082, LDCE 1205 NED003, LQAC 250+057 001, MCG +10-24-013, MCG +10-24-027, MCG +10-24-030, NGC 6211, NGC 6211:SN 2013cw, NGC 6213, NGC6211, NGC6213, NVSS J164127+574702, PGC 058684, PGC 058775, PGC 058778, PSN J16412717+5747050, SBS 1640+578, SN 2013cw, SN2013cw, UGC 10500, UGC 10516, UGC 10516 NOTES01, UGC10500, UZC J163859.3+574327, UZC J164127.7+574701, VII Zw 655, WBL 622-001, WBL 622-002, WN B1640+5752, [H84a] 1640+579, [MGD2014] 1640.5+5752, [VCV2001] J164127.8+574701, [VCV2006] J164127.8+574701,