Object name: IC0334
IC 334 is a very disturbed galaxy in northwestern Camelopardalis near its borders with Cepheus and Cassiopeia. Redshift puts it about 113 million light-years distant while a single Tully-Fisher measurement is pretty much in agreement saying 122 million light-years. NED shows its classification as simply S? It appears likely it is the result of a merger that happened some time ago. Long enough in the past that most of its blue stars have long since died off. Though it did host supernova SN 2008hy in its northern tidal plume. I was surprised to find very little on this interesting looking galaxy. This far north, galaxy data is very thin. NED had nothing but the coordinates of a handful of 2MASS galaxies with no magnitude or redshift data. Due to the lack of data, I didn't prepare an annotated version.