MCG+06-29-030, UGC 8187, PGC 45306, SDSS J130541.49+360102.8
0.78' x 0.28' @ 120°
13h 5' 41.5" (2000)
36° 1' 3" N
IC 4178 is a low-surface-brightness, late-type spiral. There is no obvious nucleus, but near the center of the brighter inner region is a blue knot. I've taken the position of this from SDSS as representing the galaxy.