Object name: IC0673
IC 673 is a huge very low surface brightness galaxy in southern Leo less than a degree east of far more well known NGC 3521. Redshift puts it 190 million light-years distant while non-redshift measurements put it 220 to 260 million light-years distant. Since the smaller redshift distance still results in a galaxy that's over 200,000 light-years across I'll go with the smaller figure. NED and others show the galaxy as (R')SAB(rs)c with HII emission. It was discovered on April 22, 1892 by Stephane Javelle. NED shows what it calls a galaxy in a faint part of an arm on the southeastern side of the galaxy. They give it the same redshift as IC 673 which leads me to think it is just part of the galaxy, likely an HII star forming region given its NELG status which stands for Narrow Emission Line Galaxy. An HII region would most likely have narrow line emission thus I put a question mark after NELG indicating I'm not convinced it is a very small dwarf galaxy.
Related Designation(s):2dFGRS N368Z108, 2MASS J11092527-0005519, 2MASX J11092527-0005514, 2MASXi J1109251-000551, 2PIGG NGPGAL B+2.90972+0.00302, 6dF J1109252-000552, 6dF J1109253-000552, AKARI J1109252-000552, APMUKS(BJ) B110651.52+001023.8, ASK 371491.0, CGCG 011-009, CGCG 1106.8+0010, ECO 11321, HIPASS J1109-00, HIPEQ J1109-00, IC 0673, IC0673, IRAS 11068+0010, IRAS F11068+0010, MCG +00-29-003, NFGS 077, NSA 000882, NVSS J110925-000548, PGC 033817, SDSS J110925.18-000548.8, SDSS J110925.30-000551.8, SDSS J110925.31-000551.7, SDSS J110925.31-000551.8, SDSS J110925.32-000551.8, UGC 06200, UNAM-KIAS 0641, UZC J110925.3-000553, [FNO2007] 0690, [PVK2003] J167.35544-00.09773 , [TTL2012] 039069,