The BGO robot imaged NGC 3079 for me. An edge-on galaxy in Ursa Major. One of the RASC Finest NGCs. It looks somewhat disturbed.
Luminance only, 60 seconds subexposures, 10 stacked shots. FITS Liberator, GIMP. North is up; east is left.
To the north, near the star GSC 03817-1087, I can see the small, round, but bright fuzzy of LEDA 2515671.
To the north-east of that is the very small, dim patch of LEDA 2516041.
North-west of the big galaxy. in the triad of stars with GSC 03817-0962, is the faint small oval of LEDA 2515812.
Just south of that is another oval, fainter: LEDA 2515510.
Due west of centre is MCG 9-17-9, a large bright oval shape.
West-south-west of the spiral is a bright elliptical: NGC 3073.
Finally, near the galaxy, just to the north-east, is the faint star-like point of quasar NGC 3073 UB4. According to SkyTools 3 Pro the redshift (z) is 1.15 and the light time is 7.2 Gyr.