Object name: NGC7132
NGC 7132 is a somewhat disturbed appearing spiral about 50 minutes of arc northeast of Enif, the nose of Pegasus. Redshift puts it 360 million light-years distant while a lone Tully-Fisher measurement says 270 million light-years. As the spiral structure appears rather disturbed and hard to measure rotation curves when seen this face on I'm going to go with the cosmological redshift distance of 360 million light-years. That would make it about 90,000 light-years in diameter. NED makes no attempt to classify it. The NGC project says Sc while Seligman says Sc? likely due to its disturbed appearance. It was discovered by Lewis Swift on October 18, 1884.