NGC 660 – Wikipedia
is a peculiar and unique polar-ring galaxy located approximately 45 million light years from Earth in the Pisces constellation. It is the only such galaxy having, as its host, a “late-type lenticular galaxy”.
Imaged using RC8 telescope @f/8 unguided , QSI 683 mono camera, SB MyT mount. 120 x 480 seconds Lum, 22 x 240 each channel RGB