Object name: VII Zw 941
VII Zw 941 is another one Arp missed. It would fit with his category for spirals with high surface brightness companions on the arm except that arm is mostly missing. So it might also fit his one-armed spiral category. It is located in Cepheus 1.6 degrees west of NGC 188. Both are very red as are the other galaxies in the image. There is some blue extinction at this galactic latitude but not enough to account for all these red galaxies. Apparently, they just are red. The CGPG catalog note on this galaxy pair says: "...red pair of Sc (galaxies) with compact core and spherical compact." NED doesn't attempt to classify either. The main one does appear Sc with a compact core but I'm not sure about the companion. Hard to tell if that's its fuzz around it or remains of the missing spiral arm of the brighter galaxy. In any case, the pair is listed at a redshift that puts them about a half billion light years distant. NED has no redshift data for any other galaxy in the field, not even the companion. NED shows a correct position for the main galaxy and for the companion but it also lists a third entry with nothing at that position. Since the only note they have is identical in all three I assume it is referring to this pair. But I can't make any sense out of the third entry.