NGC 772 (Arp 78) is an unbarred spiral galaxy located in the direction of Aries constellation. It is approximately 130 million light years from Earth.
Two supernovae were seen in the galaxy within three weeks in 2003, SN 2003 hl and SN 2003 iq.
The galaxy’s coordinates are 01h 59m 19.6s (right ascension) and +19°00’27” (declination). It is believed to have a H II nucleus. The galaxy’s apparent dimensions are 7′.2×4′.3.
NGC 772 has a satellite galaxy, NGC 770. NGC 770 is a very faint elliptical galaxy, classified as type E3 dwarf spiral, also located in Aries.