Object name: UGC05676
UGC 5676/PGC 30871 is a very strange galaxy in Ursa Major just off the southwest corner of the bowl of the Big Dipper asterism. NED gives it the classification of SBdm:. I see a slight hint of a spiral structure but can't begin to classify it. But then most Magellanic spirals like the Magellanic Clouds are too distorted for my brain to see the spiral structure. Its blue color indicates it has had strong star formation in the recent past but not quite enough to rank it in the starburst class. Redshift puts it about 73 million light-years from us so it is rather nearby compared to most galaxies I image. But it is quite small in angular size. It appears to be no more than 30,000 light years across including the edges of the plumes it seems to have. That would make it about the same size as the Large Magellanic Cloud.