Object name: UGC10923
UGC 10923 is a pair of interacting spiral galaxies just over 3 degrees from the pole and about 360 million light-years distant. That means you can image these all night any night if the pole is sufficiently high at your latitude. It does require a really good polar alignment, however. Imaging it, however, has another hurdle, at least for me, Delta Ursa Minoris 14 minutes of arc to the southeast. It sent a very bright gradient across the image. This had a high ADU level such that I might as well have been imaging from a red zone. My normal 40 minutes of luminance wasn't enough under these severe conditions so the image doesn't go as deep as I would have liked.