Object name: NGC7535
Designation(s): NGC7535, NGC7536, NGC7559,
These three NGC galaxies are located in Pegasus, just below the Great Square. All have a red-shift that puts them about 200 million light-years distant though the two spirals have non-red-shift distances that put them somewhat closer. Their common red-shift would indicate they are part of a local group of galaxies. Several others are located out of the frame. One NGC 7563 has a red-shift similar to the non-red-shift distances and a non-red-shift distance similar to the red-shift distances of the three in my image. Weird.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J23141316+1325350, 2MASX J23141313+1325350, 2MASXi J2314132+132539, AKARI J2314125+132537, ASK 143951.0, CGCG 2311.7+1310, CGCG 2311.7+1319, CGCG 2313.3+1301, CGCG 431-022, CGCG 431-023, CGCG 431-028, HDCE 1234 NED002, HIPASS J2314+13, IRAS 23117+1309, IRAS F23117+1309, KUG 2311+131, LDCE 1562 NED005, LGG 471:[G93] 003, LGG 471:[G93] 004, MCG +02-59-010, MCG +02-59-011, Mr18:[BFW2006] 02743 NED04, Mr19:[BFW2006] 05497 NED04, Mr20:[BFW2006] 09809 NED01, NGC 7535, NGC 7536, NGC 7559, NGC7535, NGC7536, NGC7559, NSA 025337, NVSS J231413+132534, PGC 070761, PGC 070765, SDSS J231413.18+132534.9, SDSS J231413.18+132535.0, SDSS J231413.19+132534.9, UGC 12437, UGC 12438, USGC U835 NED04, UZC J231413.2+132534, [BFW2006] J348.55495+13.42637 ,