Object name: VII Zw 140
VII Zw 140 is described as a "Blue post-eruptive multiple (elliptical) ring spiral, with compact elliptical core" according to the CGPG. Though it is slightly red in my image it does look blue to the eye. Redshift puts it about 150 million light-years from us. Two Tully-Fisher measurements are in close agreement saying 160 million light-years. This makes it about 65,000 light-years across its largest diameter. NED classifies it as (R)SA(r)ab with a Seyfert 2 core. The structure is surprisingly heart-like in its inner ring though the outer ring is only slightly oval. It is found in northern Lynx.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J07193093+5921183, 2MASX J07193089+5921184, AKARI J0719317+592119, CGCG 0715.2+5928, CGCG 286-010, CGPG 0715.2+5928, GALEXASC J071930.78+592118.5 , IRAS 07151+5926, IRAS F07151+5926, LDCE 0506 NED002, LGG 143:[G93] 001, MCG +10-11-021, NVSS J071930+592118, PGC 020679, SBS 0715+594, UGC 03789, UZC J071930.8+592119, VII Zw 140, [MGD2014] 0715.1+5926,