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The group of five galaxies in the center of this image is known as the Deer Lick Galaxy Group, located in the constellation Pegasus at a distance of about 40 million light years. The large spiral galaxy is NGC 7331; above it are the four smaller galaxies with NGC numbers 7335, 7337, 7337, and 7340. These plus some other galaxies are labeled on the high-resolution image. The little "splinter" in the lower right of the image is entry 17013 in the somewhat obscure catalog called 2MFGC, which stands for 2 Micron Flat Galaxy Catalog.