Object name: NGC6764
NGC 6764 is a barred spiral in Cygnus only a couple minutes of arc from the border with Draco. It is about 100 million light-years distant by both redshift and the median of Tully-Fisher measurements at NED. That makes the galaxy about 86,000 light-years in diameter. NED classifies it as SB(s)bc;LINER Sy2, The NGC Project says SBb while Seligman says SBbc?. Reading a few papers on it some say it is a LINER galaxy, others say it is a Seyfert 2 galaxy, Some say it is both and some say neither. NED says both. Nearly all agree that the spectrum shows a lot of lines normally associated with Wolf Rayet stars, especially in the bar. They also say there's strong HII in the bar though I didn't pick that up. The galaxy was discovered by Lewis Swift on July 4, 1885. Too bad I didn't pick up the HII as if I had it might have been the "real" fireworks galaxy with that discovery date.
Related Designation(s):1RXS J190815.4+505553, 2MASS J19081638+5055593, 2MASX J19081634+5055591, 2MFGC 14754, 6C B190703.2+505101, 87GB 190701.2+505130, 87GB[BWE91] 1907+5051, AKARI J1908167+505559, CGCG 1907.0+5050, CGCG 256-007, CXO J190816.3+505558, IRAS 19070+5051, IRAS F19070+5051, ISOSS 094, ISOSS J19083+5055, LQAC 287+050 001, MCG +08-35-003, NGC 6764, NGC 6764:[LB2005] X01, NGC6764, NVSS J190816+505559, PGC 062806, TXS 1907+508, UGC 11407, UZC J190816.5+505600, [dML87] 711, [SLK2004] 1528, [VCV2001] J190816.4+505559, [VCV2006] J190816.4+505559, [WB92] 1907+5051,