Object name: PGC036506
NGC 3846A/UGC 06706 is a low surface brightness blue galaxy located in the bowl of the big dipper about 2 degrees northwest of Phecda at a redshift indicating a distance of about 74 million light-years. A single non-redshift measurement says 82 million light-years. It is classified as SB(r)m: and I measure its longest dimension at 53,000 light-years including the huge plume to the northeast. Without the plumes, it is about half that size. While it is listed as NGC 3846A, NGC 3846 is a full second field north of my frame. I'd not have expected it to be that distant. Also, it is nearly 450,000 light-years distant so 6 times further away. They aren't related in any way.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J11441480+5502059, 2MASX J11441477+5502061, 2MASXi J1144148+550206, ASK 237770.0, CGCG 1141.5+5518, CGCG 268-076, IRAS F11415+5518, KUG 1141+553B, LCSB L0469O, LGG 250:[G93] 006, MAPS-NGP O_130_0199015, MCG +09-19-169, NGC 3846A, NSA 041336, PGC 036506, PGC036506, SDSS J114414.81+550205.8, SDSS J114414.82+550205.8, SDSS J114414.82+550205.9, SDSS J114414.83+550205.9, UGC 06706, UZC J114414.9+550207, VV 320a, [BEC2010] HRS 067, [TCW2007] 105,