Object name: UGC05936
UGC 5936 is a ring galaxy about 340 million light-years distant in northeastern Leo Minor just a half degree from much closer Arp 206. I see the upper corner of this image overlaps my poorly processed 2008 image of Arp 206. I'm fascinated by galaxies like this one in which there's no arm structure, just a faint featureless star disk, between the reddish core and bluish ring. There seems to be a hint of structure to the ring but seeing was too poor this night to know if that is real or not. Right beside it is a small spherical galaxy. Did it have anything to do with creating the ring? I wish I knew. I didn't find it in either Simbad nor NED. SDSS does list it under photometric sources so do know about it, just not as a galaxy as its boundaries for UGC 5936 include the possible companion. I've not had time to investigate further or check the many catalogs in VizieR, not in NED or Simbad themselves.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J10500729+3620304, 2MASX J10500729+3620300, 2MASXi J1050072+362030, ASK 525326.0, CGCG 1047.2+3636, CGCG 184-020, ECO 10055, LDCE 0750 NED007, MCG +06-24-019, NPM1G +36.0230, NSA 091658, PGC 032452, SDSS J105007.28+362030.5, SDSS J105007.29+362030.6, UGC 05936, UGC05936, UZC J105007.3+362031, [CBW2015] BD 39, [S2010] J105007.28+362030.5, [TTL2012] 111209, [WKJ2013] 39,