Object name: NGC7212
NGC 7212 is a train wreck of galaxies under the neck of Pegasus. It consists of three galaxies which most sources say are interacting. I'll agree two certainly are but the third may be but it is little distorted and has no redshift value I could find so I can't place it in the vicinity of the other two. The only thing going for it that I can see is it has an odd dust lane south of its core that appears to cut the southern part of the galaxy off as if a galactic chainsaw hit cut it off. The two galaxies with known redshift are about 350 million light-years from us.
Related Designation(s):1AXG J220703+1014, 2PBC J2207.0+1014, 87GB 220432.7+095832, 87GB[BWE91] 2204+0958, AKARI J2207021+101412, CGCG 2204.6+1000, CGCG 428-032, IRAS 22045+0959, IRAS F22045+0959, MCG +02-56-011, NGC 7212, NGC7212, PGC 068065, TXS 2204+099, VLSS J2207.0+1014, [AHG2014] B223, [dML87] 721, [VCV2001] J220702.0+101400, [WB92] 2204+0958,