Object name: NGC7246
NGC 7246 also known as IC 5198 is a spiral galaxy in Aquarius about 170 million light-years distant (130 million by a single Tully-Fisher measurement. I suspect the redshift distance is closer to the right value as you usually need several Tully-Fisher measurements to home in on a distance using that method. It was discovered by William Herschel on September 6, 1793. It isn't in either of the H400 programs.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J22174268-1534168, 2MASX J22174266-1534166, 2MASXi J2217427-153416, 2MIG 3022, 6dF J2217427-153417, APMUKS(BJ) B221500.72-154909.5, GSC 6378 00639, HIPASS J2217-15, IC 5198, IRAS 22150-1549, IRAS F22150-1549, ISOSS J22177-1534, LDCE 1510 NED003, MCG -03-56-014, NGC 7246, NGC7246, PGC 068512, [SLK2004] 1768,