NGC 7814 -- Spiral Galaxy in Pegasus
Little Sombrero Galaxy
NGC 7814 is an edge-on spiral galaxy that resembles a faint M104 (the Sombrero Galaxy
in Virgo).  From my suburban backyard with the 155mm refractor, NGC 7814 was a
challenge due to light pollution.  Despite this galaxy belonging to both the Caldwell list
(# 43) and the Herschel 400, it proved more elusive than its stated magnitude of 10.6

The core was the easiest to see, but the edge-on extended spiral arms were difficult to
tease out and took more effort.  I never could see the dark-edged dust lane that crosses
the equatorial plane that gives it the Sombrero look.