Unfortunately, not all galaxies are lucky enough to have a fancy name. Here is one of these accidents - 2XMM J143450.5 + 033843, shot with a Hubble telescope.
At first it seems that this is an arbitrary set of letters and numbers. However, each character carries important information. The first part indicates that the HMM-Newton Observatory found it during the second X-ray survey. After J are the coordinates by which the object can be found. This is a right ascension (14h 35m 50.5 s) and declination (03e 38m 43s). The picture also clearly shows the galaxy 2XMM J143448.3 + 033749.
The central object is distant by 400 million light years. It belongs to the Seyfert type with an active galactic core. It is believed that it is covered by a supermassive black hole, which produces an abundant amount of rays.