Object name: NGC7137
NGC 7137 is a spiral galaxy in western Pegasus about 11 degrees north of M15. Redshift puts it 62 million light-years distant. A single Tully-Fisher estimate from 1988 puts it 82 million light-years away but has large error bars. It is classified as SAB(rs)c at NED while the NGC project just says S... whatever that means. Seligman says SBc? so there seems a slight difference of opinion about it. I'm not sure I even see it as barred. It is surrounded by a large faint, reddish halo of stars all papers seem to ignore that I saw. Using the redshift distance and including the halo, it is a bit over 40,000 light-years across. Some papers have said only 10 or 15 thousand. I don't know where they get that. Even if I use just the bright spiral section it is 18,000 light-years across by my measurement.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J21481306+2209343, 2MASX J21481303+2209344, 2MASXi J2148130+220938, ADBS J214813+2209, AKARI J2148132+220934, CGCG 2145.9+2156, CGCG 472-008, GALEXASC J214813.02+220935.9 , ISOSS 105, ISOSS J21482+2209, MCG +04-51-005, NGC 7137, NGC7137, NSA 149354, NVSS J214813+220935, PGC 067379, UGC 11815, UZC J214813.1+220935, [SLK2004] 1722,