Object name: FGC1751
FGC 1751/UGC 9242 is a somewhat commonly imaged super flat galaxy. As one of my goals is to image the better FGC entries (obviously not all of them by a long shot) I had to get this one even if it is not as rare as most of my objects. To make the FGC a galaxy must be at least 8 times longer than it is thick. This one is over 16 times longer than it is thick so qualifies as a super flat galaxy (CGCG dimensions). It has a compact blue nucleus with starburst characteristics and a number of rather bright and compact H II complexes visible throughout its disk, to quote one note at NED. One of these may or may not be a galaxy. NED shows one catalog entry for the bluest of the knots as a separate galaxy and says it is a compact spiral. Even in the Sloan image, I see only a small round blue object. Similar to others in the galaxy, just more round and bluer. I've noted it in the annotated image. Redshift is nearly the same as for FGC 1751. NED makes no mention of this entry being part of FGC 1751 or any hint of doubt that it is anything other than a compact spiral galaxy.
Related Designation(s):2MASX J14252115+3932215, 2MASXi J1425212+393222, ASK 310372.0, CG 0423, CGCG 1423.3+3945, CGCG 220-015, CGPG 1423.3+3945, EON J216.338+39.540, FGC 1751, FGC1751, HOLM 643A, I Zw 088, MCG +07-30-011, NSA 054670, PGC 051503, RFGC 2774, SDSS J142521.02+393222.4, SDSS J142521.02+393222.5, UGC 09242, USGC U618 NED01, UZC J142521.1+393223, [BEC2010] HRS 315,