Arp 169 is a triplet of galaxies -- NGC 7236 and 7237. The are tough objects to find. The photo I took is a very poor quality. The pair is the fuzzy stars in the extreme left center. I know -- all of the stars in this image are fuzzy. NGC 7237C, the third of this group, is beyond my eyes or my imaging equipment.
I have inverted the image so the galaxies stand out a bit.
2006 September 16, 19 hours 30 minutes local time.
Sky -- excellent. 4 out of 5. Dark sky. No moon.
5 minute exposure on 3 megapixel CCD.
14 inch Schmidt Cassegrain Telescope with 3910mm focal length.