Object name: UGC08584
UGC 8584 is a triple galaxy about 810 million light-years away. It is in Virgo, 10.5 degrees north of Spica so a bit low for good resolution at my latitude. The three are labeled 8584A, 8584B and 8584C north to south. To the west of C is another something. Is it a fourth member, a plume or a separate galaxy. I lean toward it being an unrelated galaxy though with its apparent off-center core I'm unsure of this. NED gives it its own entry which I've put on the annotated image, SDSS J133613.40-010229.8. Without any redshift data, its relation to the others is hard to determine. I found no mention of it in what few references to this trio I looked at.