Object name: NGC6548
Designation(s): NGC6548, NGC6549, NGC6550,
New math: 3 NGC objects + 2 galaxies = total confusion plus a loaf of sliced French bread. I should have known I was headed for confusion when I looked up NGC 6548, a galaxy on the H400 II observing program, in NED and was directed to the southwestern of a pair of galaxies. But The Sky went to the northeastern brighter one. Confused when I noticed the coordinates of the northeastern one matched the H400 II coordinates I went ahead and took the field. It wasn't until I processed the image and started in on my research that I saw what a can of worms I'd run into.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J18054949+1832171, 2MASS J18055925+1835141, 2MASX J18054951+1832167, 2MASX J18055923+1835139, 2MASXi J1805494+183216, 2MASXi J1805591+183513, 2MFGC 14206, AKARI J1805492+183217, CGCG 113-019, CGCG 113-020, CGCG 1803.6+1832, CGCG 1803.8+1835, GALEXASC J180549.47+183219.3 , GALEXMSC J180549.52+183219.7 , IRAS 18036+1831, IRAS F18036+1831, KPG 529A, KPG 529B, MCG +03-46-012, MCG +03-46-013, NGC 6548, NGC 6549, NGC 6550, NGC6548, NGC6549, NGC6550, NVSS J180549+183216, PGC 061399, PGC 061404, UGC 11114, UGC 11115, UZC J180549.5+183216, UZC J180559.3+183514,