Object name: UGC11453
KPG 542, also known as UGC 11453 is a pair of interacting galaxies in the northwest corner of Cygnus about 165 million light-years distant by redshift. Not a place you'd normally go galaxy hunting. Pros don't either, unfortunately. I was unable to turn up much about this pair. The spiral has obviously been distorted with the plume along the north side and drawn out eastern arm. There's some disagreement whether it is an ATM or DIS pair. Without getting into details ATM pairs are in a common halo and DIS show interaction. Of course, some are both but I don't see a common halo so vote for DIS with only the spiral showing any interaction. It is classified by NED as Sb with the companion E.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J19310808+5406079, 2MASX J19310804+5406077, AKARI J1931073+540608, CGCG 1929.9+5400 NED01, CGCG 281-005 NED01, IRAS 19299+5359, IRAS F19299+5359, ISOSS J19311+5406, KPG 542A, MCG +09-32-007, NVSS J193107+540604, PGC 063311, UGC 11453, UGC11453, UZC J193108.2+540608, [RC2] A1930+54, [SLK2004] 1562,