Dan Crowson


SBIG STF-8300M on an Astro-Tech AT12RCT at f/8 2432mm
NGC 660 (UGC 1201, PGC 6318, VV 979 and others) is a polar-ring galaxy located approximately 44.2 million light-years away in Pisces. This is likely the result of two galaxies that merged a billion or more years ago. Asteroid 56157 1999 CG135 is the line to the right of the galaxy. Asteroid 158240 2001 TD3 (much fainter) is the line above and to the right of 56157 that points at it.