Object name: NGC7321
NGC 7321 is a barred spiral in which the two arms that come off the bar appear to form a bright ring. Look closely and you can see the ring ends are slightly further from the core when the meet the start of the ring from the other bar. Often there's little beyond a ring of this type but that's not true with this galaxy. There are arms well beyond the ring. They may come off the inner ring though some sources say they don't. I'm leaning toward the idea they don't come from the ring but you be the judge. The galaxy was discovered by William Herschel on November 17, 1784. It isn't in either of the first two Herschel 400 programs.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J22362801+2137184, 2MASX J22362802+2137186, 2MASXi J2236280+213718, CALIFA 887, CGCG 2234.0+2122, CGCG 452-031, HOLM 793A, IRAS 22340+2121, IRAS F22340+2121, KAZ 227, MCG +03-57-021, NGC 7321, NGC7321, NSA 149948, NVSS J223628+213717, PGC 069282, PGC 069287, SDSS J223627.96+213715.6, UGC 12103, UZC J223628.1+213718,