Arp 332 (IC 1892 Chain)
Meade 2045D, StarlightXpress MX716, 61 minutes, 22' x 13.4'
Arp 332 is the last member of the Galaxy Chains class. The Atlas note says "different types of galaxies in chain". The largest galaxy, halfway to the E edge and one-third of the field up from the S edge, is IC 1892. It is the southernmost galaxy in the chain and has two components, listed as VV 260a and 260b in the Vorontsov-Velyaminov catalog. The next galaxy, a tiny one about 1' N, is MCG-4-8-29. Another 1' and 2' N are two even fainter galaxies listed in the APMUKS(BJ) and Mitchell Anonymous catalogs. 2.4' NW from the second of these is a slightly larger galaxy which is NGC1230. Continuing NW, the next galaxy is NGC 1229; it has a tiny Mitchell Anonymous companion on the SW end. Due N, just past the star, is NGC 1228. Finally, the last galaxy in the chain, about 2' N of 1228, is LEDA 807492. There a quite few more galaxies in the field but I don't think they are considered part of the chain.