Constellation: Perseus
Right Ascension: 03h 03m 34.756s
Declination: +46° 23′ 10.74″
Distance: 114 million ly
Galaxy Type: SAB(r)b
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NGC 1169 is an intermediate barred spiral galaxy located in Perseus. Various more distant galaxies are also visible in the field of view.

Telescope: Explore Scientific 127 Refractor
Camera: ZWO 2600 MM
Constellation: Pisces
Right Ascension: 01h 43m 02.4s
Declination: +13° 38′ 42″
Distance: 45 million ly
Galaxy Type: SB(s)a pec
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NGC 660 is an example of an "almost" polar ring galaxy where a ring of material encircles the poles of a galaxy. The ring in NGC 660 most likely formed from a galaxy collision a billion years ago. The host galaxy is lenticular type of galaxy.

Telescope: Explore Scientific 127 Refractor
Camera: ZWO 2600 MM
Constellation: Pegasus
Right Ascension: 23h 04m 56.6s
Declination: +12° 19′ 22″
Distance: 105 million ly
Galaxy Type: SB(s)c
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NGC 7479 is a barred spiral galaxy located in Pegasus. A prominent bar along with some what asymmetrical arms are visible. The asymmetry is probably due to a recent merger as the galaxy is still undergoing star burst activity throughout the galaxy.

 

Telescope: Explore Scientific 127 Refractor
Camera: ZWO 2600 MM
Constellation: Virgo
Right Ascension: 12h 43m 32.3s
Declination: 11° 34′ 55″
Distance: 56 million ly - 63 million ly
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NGC 4647 is an intermediate spiral galaxy, and Messier 60 is elliptical galaxy that are just beginning to interact with each other. The pair of interacting galaxies are cataloged as Arp 116, which is a catalog of interacting galaxies. The pair are a part of the Virgo galaxy cluster.

Annotated image follows.

Telescope: Explore Scientific 127 Refractor
Camera: ZWO 2600 MM
Constellation: Draco
Right Ascension: 17h 20m 12.4
Declination: +57° 54′ 55″
Distance: 260,000 ly
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A bit difficult to see, it was only noticed in 1954 from Palomar sky survey photographic plates. It is a satellite galaxy of our Milky Way galaxy.
Consisting of mostly old population stars its virtually dust free thus not creating very many new stars.

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Telescope: Explore Scientific 127 Refractor
Camera: ZWO 2600 MM
Constellation: Cetus
Right Ascension: 00h 34m 46.751s
Declination: −08° 23′ 47.36″
Distance: 76 million
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NGC 157 is a spiral galaxy with somewhat distorted arms located in the constellation of Cetus. Discovered by William Herschel in 1783. Many other distant galaxies are visible in this area notated by PGC numbers.

Telescope: Explore Scientific 127 Refractor
Camera: ZWO 2600 MM