Object name: UGC04261
UGC 4261 is a mess in southern Lynx about 300 million light-years away. It consists of three rather bright blobs with plumes and loops indicating this is a merger in progress. One paper from 1994 http://adsabs.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/bib_query?1994A%26A...291...57R says it is likely forming a ring galaxy through a merger. I'd put it on the to-do list for a couple hundred million years from now but I doubt that would be productive.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J08105614+3649455, 2MASX J08105615+3649435, 2MASXi J0810561+364943, ASK 190203.0, CG 0199, CGCG 0807.7+3658, CGCG 178-033, FIRST J081056.1+364944, IRAS 08076+3658, IRAS F08076+3658, KUG 0807+369, NVSS J081056+364947, PGC 022945, PRC C-24, SDSS J081056.11+364945.4, SDSS J081056.11+364945.6, SDSS J081056.12+364945.4, SDSS J081056.13+364945.5, SIP 0245-2, UGC 04261, UGC04261, UZC J081056.2+364943, [BKH2005] 0892-415, [PVK2003] J122.73388+36.82933 , [TCW2007] 046, [TTL2012] 535247, [YCH2015] J122.7339+36.8293,