Object name: NGC7800
NGC 7800 is an irregular Magellanic galaxy in Pegasus. Redshift puts it about 64 million light-years distant though a single Tully-Fisher measurement says 77 million light-years. One paper even +put it at 125 million light-years. I'11 call it 70 million as a nice round number that is pretty much in the middle of the two more reasonable estimates. It is a low surface brightness blue galaxy with strong UV emission. This is quite typical of an Im class galaxy. Being blue it has had recent strong star formation. There's an obvious galaxy seen through the western edge of the galaxy. It isn't listed in NED at all even though several thousand galaxies in my field are listed. So I marked it with a question mark. It shows in the POSS plates and other images so is real and not an artifact as I was beginning to suspect. It was discovered by William Herschel on December 24, 1783. It isn't in either H400 program.