Arp 237 is the merging pair right in the center; it is in the Appearance of
Fission class. Dr. Arp's Atlas note was "knot in arm as large, not quite
as bright as nucleus". The member on the right side of Arp 237 is
UGC 5044 while the one on the left is MCG+2-24-14. The nearly edge-on
galaxy a couple of arc minutes WSW is CGCG 62-36. All three, plus the
small galaxy north of CGCG 62-36, make up Hickson Cluster 38. The bright
glow at the top of the field is from a 7th magnitude star just off the edge.
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