Object name: IC1413
There are a few interesting galaxies around IC 1413 that caught my attention. I used IC 1413 as a reference as the other galaxies in the image are quite obscure. Also IC 1413 is considered a flat galaxy by the 2 micron catalog, just not flat enough to make the FGC. Unfortunately I didn't find any information on it other than a distance of about 210 million light-years which makes it about 64,000 light-years across. I can't tell if it is an S0 or edge on galaxy. Only one source classified it and then only as S for spiral. Without a dust lane S0 may be more likely. It was discovered by Stephane Javelle as #453 in his catalog on September 19, 1892. While this field is at -3 degrees declination there is some IFN in the northern part of the frame which caught me by surprise.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J21582661-0306086, 2MASX J21582660-0306084, 2MASXi J2158266-030609, 2MFGC 16581, 6dF J2158266-030609, 6dFGSv 10632, GALEXASC J215826.70-030609.0 , GALEXMSC J215826.63-030608.6 , IC 1413, IC1413, IRAS F21558-0320, LEDA 1076468, LEDA 4684335, NSA 168170, NVSS J215826-030607,