J0325-36b Emission from J0325-36a (NGC 1326A) is also seen in this
NGC 1326B--This is classed as SBm, and is presumably viewed edge-on. Its
velocity is quite different from that of NGC 1326, so the two systems are
probably widely separated and not interacting. In the restored PC image, we
see a few compact knots which may be point sources, possibly superimposed
field stars. There is no obvious central concentration to this galaxy.
Bar 2.0 x 0.4. Patchy.
Bright bar, many knots, slightly dist arms. Interacting pair with
NGC 1326A 2.4 north-preceding.
=ESO 357- G 29
interacting with ESO 357-IG 28
in ESO 357- G 22 group
In the Fornax I Cluster
In a contact pair with NGC 1326A at 3 arcmin
Paired with NGC 1326B in contact at 3 arcmin.
Both are faint.
In the Fornax I Cluster.