Object name: NGC7156
NGC 7156 is a face on SAB(rs)cd: spiral in southeastern Pegasus. It is about 72 to 170 million light-years distant. OK, most sources say the distance is unknown. NED, however, puts the redshift distance at more than twice the Tully-Fisher determination. That makes it either 33.5 or 79.1 thousand light-years across. If I had to vote I'd say the redshift distance is likely closer to correct but that's just a guess.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J21543362+0256349, 2MASX J21543362+0256347, CGCG 2152.0+0242, CGCG 376-053, GALEXASC J215433.63+025634.2 , GALEXMSC J215433.66+025634.9 , HIPASS J2154+02, IRAS 21520+0242, IRAS F21520+0242, ISOSS J21545+0256, KIG 0935, KIG 0935:[VOV2007] 046, MCG +00-55-029, NGC 7156, NGC7156, NSA 168145, NVSS J215433+025634, PGC 067622, UGC 11843, UZC J215433.7+025635, [SLK2004] 1732,