Object name: UGC06903
UGC 6903 is a diffuse low surface brightness SB(s)cd galaxy in Virgo. The galaxy has an out of focus look to it with all its features being very soft and fuzzy. I'm used to sharp detail even in low surface brightness galaxies with reasonable seeing as I had but that isn't the case with this galaxy. It is not part of the main Virgo Cluster as it lies some 100 million light-years distant while the core of the cluster is only about 60 million light-years away. The galaxy is about 70,000 light-years across.
Related Designation(s):2dFGRS N448Z137, 2MASS J11553686+0114146, 2MASX J11553686+0114144, 2PIGG NGPGAL B+3.11129+0.02649, APMUKS(BJ) B115303.30+013103.2, ASK 375283.0, CGCG 013-004, CGCG 1153.1+0132, EVCC 0058, GALEXMSC J115536.78+011415.5 , GAMA 022741, GAMA J115536.94+011413.8, HAPLESS 31, HIPASS J1155+01, HIPEQ J1155+01, IRAS F11530+0130, KIG 0512, KIG 0512:[VOV2007] 127, MAPS-NGP O_615_0044538, MCG +00-31-002, NFGS 099, NSA 001285, PGC 037444, SDSS J115536.92+011413.9, SDSS J115536.93+011413.9, SDSS J115536.94+011412.5, SDSS J115536.94+011413.8, SDSS J115536.95+011413.8, SSTSL2 J115537.07+011414.0, UGC 06903, UGC06903, UNAM-KIAS 0822, UZC J115536.9+011411, [FNO2007] 0975,