Object name: NGC7569
NGC 7569 is a rather strange galaxy in southern Pegasus under the Great Square. Red shift puts it some 280 million light-years distant. NED classifies it as S0?. No peculiar label but it sure merits one to my eye. The NGC Project and Seligman both agree with me and add the peculiar label but only Seligman adds the question mark and uses a lower case "o" which is likely a misprint for a zero. It was discovered by Lewis Swift on September 6, 1886. The CGPG says of it: "Compact patches and jets." I can't say I see the patches but what it calls jets, I'd call plumes. That entry was from 1973 which could explain it the "jet" term. A 1971 entry in the CGCG says "Post-eruptive blue disrupted irregular galaxy with compact patches and jets."