Two unusual galaxies
UGC 6446 and NGC 3658 are two galaxies about 30 arcminutes apart, just below the bowl of the Big Dipper. UGC 6446 is a low surface brightness irregular galaxy (that appears spiral-like to me). NGC 3656 (on the right side of this image) is also Arp 155, cataloged as "disturbed with interior absorption". It's companion is magnitude 15 MCG+9-19-64 just a couple of arcminutes to the east:
1.3X crop of UGC 6446:
LRGB, 7.5 hours total exposure.
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