Object name: HCG064
HCG 64 is a 4 galaxy group in Virgo about 5 degrees north of the ecliptic. This explains the 9 asteroids that poked their noses into the image. The three close galaxies are interacting. They are at a half billion light-years. The fourth member to the north, like the asteroids, has no connection to the other three. At the time Hickson defined is compact groups distances were mostly unknown. Like Arp's Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies with duos and trios did the same. In both cases sometimes the apparent closeness is just due to a similar line of sight. The three main galaxies in this group are obviously related. The fourth met his criteria so was included. He likely doubted it really belonged. One clue is that under the accuracy of magnitudes is on a scale of 1 to 4 but this one is listed as 5 for which there's no explanation.