Object name: NGC6632
NGC 6632 is a rather peculiar galaxy in Hercules about 210 million light-years distant per its redshift measurement. It is classed as SA(rs)bc at NED, simply as Sb by the NGC project and several other sources. I consider it an Arp-like galaxy due to the odd southern arm that appears rather disrupted by some tidal effect. It looks severely warped as well. Though this might be an illusion. The source of this is hard to determine, however. To its southwest is the very weird galaxy 2MASX J18245534+2730302. It has a rather odd blue core at its north end and a rather red plume going south from it so looks quite comet-like. It is best seen in the enlarged, cropped image. No other galaxy but for NGC 6632 in the image has a redshift measurement that I found at NED. So we can't tell if 2MASX J18245534+2730302 is at the same distance as NGC 6632 or not. If it is, it's odd distortion would make it a likely candidate for what tore up NGC 6632's southern arm.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J18250307+2732070, 2MASX J18250309+2732073, 2MASXi J1825030+273207, AKARI J1825024+273159, CGCG 172-032, CGCG 1823.0+2730, IRAS 18230+2730, IRAS F18230+2730, ISOSS J18251+2731, MCG +05-43-018, NGC 6632, NGC6632, NVSS J182502+273158, PGC 061849, UGC 11226, UZC J182503.1+273207, [SLK2004] 1469,