Object name: NGC7497
NGC 7497 is a galaxy about 60 million light years distant set in the Integrated Flux Nebula in Pegasus. The IFN, also known as Galactic Cirrus is dust far out of the plane of our galaxy caused to fluoresce by the ultraviolet light of super hot stars in our galaxy's disk. The galaxy, of course lies some 60 million light years beyond our galaxy and its IFN. It is classed by the NGC project as an Sc galaxy, as an SB(s)c galaxy by de Vaucoulers and as SB(s)d by NED. I'm not seeing it as a barred spiral though it appears I'm out voted.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J23090330+1810359, 2MASS J23090345+1810387, 2MASS J23090345+1810402, 2MASX J23090342+1810378, 2MFGC 17375, AKARI J2309035+181037, CGCG 2306.7+1754, CGCG 454-003, HIPASS J2309+18, IRAS 23065+1754, KUG 2306+179, LGG 470:[G93] 003, MCG +03-59-002, NGC 7497, NGC7497, NSA 150697, PGC 070569, UGC 12392, UZC J230903.4+181036,