Object name: NGC7592
Designation(s): NGC7592, NGC7585, ARP223,
My target for this image was NGC 7592, a pair of colliding galaxies in northern Aquarius just below the Circlet of Pisces. When I saw Arp 223 could fit in the frame I adjusted to include it. Though I took it back in 2010, I missed NGC 7592. A mistake I've regretted for all these years but have finally corrected. Unfortunately, while the night was great high in the sky down at -4 degrees I was looking through fog over the lake which greatly cut into my transparency and played havoc with color.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J23180131-0439011, 2MASX J23180134-0439010, 2MASXi J2318019-043857, AKARI J2318225-042501, APMUKS(BJ) B231526.35-045522.2, ARP 223, ARP223, CGS 600, GALEXASC J231822.38-042459.3 , GALEXMSC J231822.34-042500.2 , GSC 5246 01257, IRAS 23157-0441, IRAS F23157-0441, IRAS F23157-0441 ID, MC 2315-049, MCG -01-59-015, MCG -01-59-017, NGC 7585, NGC 7592, NGC7585, NGC7592, NSA 151039, PGC 070986, PGC 070999, VV 731, [RHM2006] LIRGs 041, [UIY2014] 36, [VCV2001] J231822.1-042459,