This face on spiral galaxy lies at a distance of about 66 million light years and is about 75,000 light years across or about half the size of the Milky Way Galaxy. This object has a fairly low surface brightness, and so will be a tougher to observe than the mag 11.3 would suggest. You’ll need dark skies and a large aperture to really appreciate this. 


NGC6814, Face on Spiral in Aquila, Imaged by Debra Holton, using the Faulkes 2m telescope