NGC 7479 is a classic Barred Spiral Galaxy in
the Constellation of Pegasus, with a small, bright active
galactic nucleus (Seyfert type 2) being fed by gas flowing in
along the bar structure. The two spiral arms come from ends of
the bar. Based on the published red shift, a rough distance
estimate for NGC 7479 is: 106,000,000 light years, with the
galaxy being 100,000 light years in diameter.