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UGC 3730 - Arp 141
Penryn, California
Februray 2007
FS-128 (ag, St-4)
ST-2000XM LRGB 15 minutes subs

UGC 3730 is an extreme Seyfert 2 galaxy with an obscured core and is also an intense infrared source, the second brightest  infrared source in the sky.  Studies by Frogel,, (1989) did not detect starlight in the spectrum of this galaxy.  UCC 3730 is classified as a 'Ring' galaxy.

Surface brightness is listed as mag 14.2.