Object name: UGC09128
Designation(s): UGC09128, FGC1737,
UGC 9128 is faint, low surface brightness, nearby, very blue, irregular galaxy of the Magellanic type located in Bootes. Its distance is rather hard to pin down. Redshift puts it at 17 million light-years. Tip of the red branch measurements says 8 to 9 million light-years. Other methods range from 5.5 to 24 million light-years. Throw out the extremes and average the remaining gives about 8 million light-years. While uncertain it does agree rather well the tip of the red branch method which tends to be rather accurate in galaxies like this one. That would make it very small at 3,800 light-years across.
Related Designation(s):11HUGS 370, 2MASS J14164718+2300086, 2MASX J14164713+2300140, 2MASX J14164715+2300083, 2MASXi J1416472+230007, 2MFGC 11598, 4C +23.37, ADBS J141556+2303, ASK 688482.0, CGCG 133-019, CGCG 133-023, CGCG 1413.6+2317, CGCG 1414.4+2314, DDO 187, ECO 04621, EON J214.197+23.002, FGC 1737, FGC1737, GALEXASC J141556.38+230318.7 , GALEXMSC J141556.34+230318.0 , KUG 1414+232, MAPS-NGP O_382_0353050, MCG +04-34-009, MCG +04-34-012, NSA 123652, NSA 144769, PGC 050961, PGC 051002, RFGC 2749, SDSS J141647.20+230008.8, SDSS J141647.21+230008.9, UGC 09128, UGC 09138, UGC09128, UZC J141556.6+230320, UZC J141647.2+230008, [RC2] A1413+23, [SPB93] 247, [TTL2012] 463834,