NGC7184 is a 11,2 mag bright galaxy in the constellation of Aquarius.It measures about 5,9′ × 1,3′ with a real distance of 114 million light years.It was dicovered by William Herschel in 1783.
The NGC 7184 Group, a group of 4 galaxies which also includes the smaller galaxies NGC 7180, NGC 7185 and NGC 7188.
NGC 7184 is probably not interacting with its nearby companion galaxies.
There was a supernova observed on 7-20-1984 (SN1984N Typ1)
RA: 22h 02m 40s
Dekl.: -20° 48′ 46
LRGB L=24x1200s,RGB=7x1200s each,total time:15h,Seeing: 0.9-1.2", 80cm f/7 AstroOptik-Keller corrected Cassegrain,FLI Proline 16803,Baader-RGB-filters, Promt7 CTIO/UNC Chile,remote controlled
Here is a look at it with 85% of the telescopes CCD-field:
here is a bigger view of this fine,but not well known spiral galaxy: