Object name: NGC7348
Designation(s): NGC7348, NGC7350, UGC12134,
NGC 7348 is a rather ratty looking galaxy in the neck of Pegasus about 300 to 320 million light-years distant. It is an ultraviolet excess galaxy though I found no studies on why that is the case. Most often it is due to interaction with another galaxy which could explain its rather ratty shape. It is classified as Scd: by NED, Sc by the NGC project and SBc? by Seligman. It was discovered by Albert Marth on August 7, 1864.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J22393746+1146117, 2MASS J22403627+1154222, 2MASS J22404847+1200231, 2MASX J22393747+1146115, 2MASX J22403630+1154224, CGCG 2237.1+1131, CGCG 2238.1+1139, CGCG 429-018, CGCG 429-020, GALEXASC J223937.46+114613.0 , GALEXASC J224036.18+115424.4 , GALEXASC J224048.47+120023.2 , GALEXMSC J223937.39+114612.4 , GALEXMSC J224036.11+115424.2 , GALEXMSC J224048.44+120023.4 , HIPASS J2239+11a, IRAS 22381+1138, IRAS F22371+1130, IRAS F22381+1138, KAZ 546, KUG 2237+115, KUG 2238+116, MCG +02-57-008, MCG +02-57-010, NGC 7348, NGC 7350, NGC7348, NGC7350, NSA 150022, NSA 150044, NVSS J224036+115422, PGC 069429, PGC 069463, SDSS J223937.45+114611.7, UGC 12134, UGC 12142, UGC12134, UZC J223937.5+114612, UZC J224036.3+115423, [RC2] A2237+11,