This is a very famous galaxy which is found in  many different catalogues as it is anomalously bright in every part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Besides being an 11th magnitude member of  the NGC, it is known to radio astronomers as Perseus A, deepsky wonks as the heart of Abell 426, and it was a charter member of Karl Seyfert's collection of galaxies with very bright and active nuclei.  At roughly a quarter of a billion lightyears away, this picture's wealth of detail is amazing.  All hail Hubble!