• Constellation: Pisces
  • Right Ascension: 01h 43m 02.4s
  • Declination: +13° 38′ 42″
  • Distance: 45 million ly
  • Galaxy Type: SB(s)a pec

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