Object name: UGC12591
UGC 12591 is a near edge-on galaxy in the belly of Pegasus about 300 million light-years distant by redshift. Though non-redshift distances vary greatly they average about 400 million light-years. In this case, I think the redshift measurement is closer to the correct value. It's not much to look at but very interesting scientifically which is what put it on my to-do list.
Related Designation(s):1RXS J232522.1+282932, 2MASX J23252175+2829425, 2MASXi J2325210+282947, 2MIG 3158, 87GB 232254.4+281313, 87GB[BWE91] 2322+2813, CGCG 2322.9+2813, CGCG 497-015, GALEXASC J232521.59+282944.3 , MAPS-PP O_0914_0474945, MCG +05-55-015, MG3 J232524+2829, NSA 151467, NVSS J232521+282942, PGC 071392, UGC 12591, UGC12591, UZC J232521.8+282943, [HRT2007] J232521+282948, [JBB2007] J232521.75+282942.7 ,