NGC 3432 (Hubble Space Telescope)
|Observation data (J2000 epoch)|
|Right ascension||10h 52m 31.1s|
|Declination||+36° 37′ 08″|
|Redshift||616 ± 4 km/s|
|Apparent magnitude (V)||11.67|
|Apparent size (V)||6′.8 × 1′.5|
|UGC 5986, PGC 32643, Arp 206|
NGC 3432 is a spiral galaxy that can be found in the constellation Leo Minor. It is currently interacting with UGC 5983, a dwarf galaxy. Tidal filaments and intense star formation can also been seen from the interaction, which is why it was listed in Halton Arp's Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies.
NGC 3432 is orientated directly edge-on.
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