|Observation data (J2000 epoch)|
|Right ascension||8h 11m 13.5s|
|Declination||+25° 12′ 25″|
|Redshift||4097 ± 9 km/s|
|Apparent magnitude (V)||16.9|
|Apparent size (V)||0′.12 × 0′.12|
|UGC 4264, PGC 22957, Arp 82|
NGC 2535 is an unbarred spiral galaxy exhibiting a weak inner ring structure around the nucleus in the constellation Cancer that is interacting with NGC 2536. The interaction has warped the disk and spiral arms of NGC 2535, producing an elongated structure, visible at ultraviolet wavelengths, that contain many bright, recently formed blue star clusters in addition to enhanced star forming regions around the galaxy center. The two galaxies are listed together in the Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies as an example of a spiral galaxy with a high surface brightness companion.