|Right ascension||00h 04m 32.8s|
|Declination||±00° 71′ 53″|
|Distance||000 ± 00 kly (0 ± 0 kpc)h−1
Its distance is unknown because it is too near for the Universal expansion to affect its motion relative to Earth. It has a negative radial velocity of -35 km/second. However, based on its redshift-independent distance estimates, it may range from 5 to 15 million light years. Currently, the most accurate estimage is approximately 10 to 12 million light years. At this distance, it is relatively close to Earth, but not part of the Local Group.
This galaxy is approximately 35 thousand light years wide, determined by its apparent size of 11.6 by 1.9 arcmin