Object name: NGC7741
NGC 7741 is a rather low surface brightness barred spiral inside the Great Square of Pegasus. I found its distance rather uncertain. Adam Block put it at 30 million light-years on his AOP pages. NED shows distance estimates from 40 to nearly 60 million light years with a mean of a bit under 50 million light years. In any case, its redshift distance of only 19 million light years seems unreliable.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J23435440+2604318, 2MASX J23435437+2604320, 2MASXi J2343536+260432, ALFALFA 2-444, CGCG 2341.3+2548, CGCG 476-125, IRAS 23413+2547, IRAS F23413+2547, ISOSS J23439+2604, KPG 589B, KUG 2341+257, MAPS-PP O_0843_0118757, MCG +04-55-050, NGC 7741, NGC7741, NSA 152489, PGC 072237, UGC 12754, USGC U854 NED02, UZC J234354.3+260432, [SLK2004] 1904,