Object name: UGC06955
UGC 6955 aka Zwicky 2 is an IB(s)m: galaxy in southeastern Ursa Major about 54 million light-years distant by redshift and 57 million light-years by Tully Fisher estimates. A very good agreement. The de Vaucouleurs "Reference Catalogue of Bright Galaxies" says of it: "Very low surface brightness. Well resolved. Asymmetric. Foreshortened central part. Smooth bar. Dimensions: 5 arcmin x 1.5 arcmin (Lick 36-inch plate)." I agree with the description but for its size. I trace it to 6 by 1.9 minutes on my FITS luminance image. Using that size and the redshift distance I get a diameter of 94,000 light-years. Rather large for an irregular galaxy, even one with a hint of spiral structure but no defined core. Still, it has a center of old stars with an outer disk of younger blue stars as you'd expect of a spiral. It seems to have some characteristics of both spirals and irregular galaxies. Being nearby and resolvable (not by me) I'd expected to find some images of it but other than survey images I found none. Since the above note says it was taken with the 36" Lick refractor I looked but couldn't find it on the net anyplace.