Object name: IC0200
IC 200 is a nice, overlooked, barred spiral in Triangulum about 230 million light-years away. It is classed as an SBbc spiral that may house an active nucleus. It appears disturbed, especially on the west side. A note at NED says: "One double arm eastwards from north side, hints of one extremely diffuse arm on south side, possibly also double." Its arms are rather drawn out making it some 165,000 light-years across at a minimum. IC 200 was discovered by Truman Safford on December 1, 1866.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J02052664+3110311, 2MASX J02052662+3110312, 2MIG 0236, AKARI J0205265+311036, CGCG 0202.5+3056, CGCG 503-085, CGCG 504-007, IC 0200, IC0200, IRAS 02025+3056, IRAS F02025+3056, KIG 0086, KIG 0086:[VOV2007] 005, LDCE 0129 NED021, LGG 042:[G93] 008, MCG +05-06-002, NSA 131182, NVSS J020527+311036, PGC 007967, UGC 01577, UZC J020526.7+311031,