Arp 132 is the final member of the class E-like Galaxies Perturbing Spirals.
The Atlas note points out "radio source M11-02 is 3' N". There was more
than normal "space junk" during this image set. The brighter trail south
of the galaxies, running E-W, is probably a satellite while the fainter one just
east of the galaxies, at a little angle from N-S, is most likely a meteor.
It is a poorly guided image with insufficient exposure time and replacement is planned.
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