Object name: NGC0317
NGC 317 is a pair of interacting galaxies a bit under 4 degrees from the center of the far more famous and nearby galaxy, M31 in Andromeda. The pair is about 230 to 240 million light-years distant by redshift. Actually, it is a triple system with CGCG 536-014 to the south. The northern galaxy of the pair is NGC 317A and is classed as S0 by NED. A note at NED adds: "Neutral, spherical compact, with a faint blue halo." In my image, I see a blue blob in this halo indicated by the question mark in the annotated image. It isn't listed in NED. I have no idea what it might be. NGC 317A is about 47,000 light-years in diameter assuming the distance is about 230 million light-years.